Gerreidae


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Noun1.Gerreidae - mojarras
fish family - any of various families of fish
order Perciformes, order Percomorphi, Perciformes, Percomorphi - one of the largest natural groups of fishes of both marine and fresh water: true perches; basses; tuna
mojarra - small silvery schooling fishes with protrusible mouths found in warm coastal waters
genus Gerres, Gerres - type genus of the Gerreidae
Eucinostomus, genus Eucinostomus - a genus of Gerreidae
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Relationships among four genera of mojarras (Teleostei: Perciformes: Gerreidae) from the western Atlantic and their tentative placement among percomorph fishes.
Families with more species were Carangidae (10 spp), Gerreidae (4 spp), Engraulidae (3 spp) and Lutjanidae (3 spp).
The Gerreidae family has very abundant species in the coastal lagoons, where they form large shoals and feed mainly on benthic organisms.
[38.] Espino-Barr E, Gallardo-Cabello M, Cabral-Solis EG, Puente-Gomez M, Garcia-Boa A (2015b) Reproduction of Gerres cinereus (Percoidei: Gerreidae) off the Mexican Pacific coast.
Litopenaeus LISE setiferus Fish Ariidae Ariopsis felis ARFE Bagre marinus BAMA Atherinopdisae Menidia menidia MEME Carangidae Chasmodes CHBO bosquiartus Carcharhinidae Caranx hippos CAHI Clupeidae Carcharhinus CALI limbatus Cynoglossidae Brevoortia BRPA patronus Cyprinodontidae Symphurus SYPL plagiusa Dasyatidae Cyprinodon CYVA variegatus Elopidae Dasyatis sabina DASA Engraulidae Flops saurus ELSA Gerreidae Anchoa mitchilli ANMI Gobiesocidae Eucinostomus EUAR argenteus Gobiidae Gobiesox spp.
In Brazil, studies focused on the description of the sagitta otolith being: Sciaenidae (CORREA; VIANA, 1992), Carangidae (ABILHOA; CORREA, 1992), Gerreidae (LEMOS et al., 1992), Engraulidae and Clupeidae (LEMOS et al., 1995).
This pattern indicates that these chromosomal regions as poor cytotaxonomic markers, differing from other Atlantic fishes in which the identification of ribosomal cistrons has proved to be efficient to distinguish apparently homogeneous karyotypes, as in Lutjanidae [40], Serranidae [41], and Gerreidae [42] or even population units [43, 44].