Gerres


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Noun1.Gerres - type genus of the GerreidaeGerres - type genus of the Gerreidae    
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
Gerres cinereus, yellowfin mojarra - popular panfish from Bermuda and Gulf of Mexico to Brazil
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Slightly more than 90% of all fish counted belonged to nine species: Peruvian mojarra (Diapterus brevirostris), Pacific crevalle-jack (Caranx caninus), White mullet (Mugil curema), Blue sea-catfish (Ariopsis guatemalensis), Oval flounder (Syacium ovale), Pacific lined sole (Achirus mazatlanus), Yellowfin mojarra (Gerres simillimus), Pacific bumper (Chloroscombrus orqueta) and Freckled porcupinefish (Diodon holocanthus).
On the other hand, there are reports of Eucinostomus melanopterus, Gerres cinereus, and Diapterus rhombeus in this lagoon (Vega-Cendejas & Hernandez de Santillana, 2004; Peralta-Meixueiro & Vega-Cendejas, 2011), they were not included in the analyzes by its low capture frequency.
marianus (16%; 4.5-10.0 cm TL), silver biddy, Gerres subfaciatus (15%; 3.5-15.5 cm TL), southern herring, Herklotsichthys castelnaui (12%; 7.5-15.5 cm TL), and yellowfin bream, Acanthopagrus australis (5%; 5.5-17.5 cm TL) (Table 1, Fig.
(34.) Sivashanthini K (2008) Reproductive Biology of the Whipfin Silver biddy Gerres filamentosus (Cuvier, 1829) from the Parangipettai Waters (SE coast of India).
The environment, climate and range of Gerres filamentosus are marine; fresh water; brackish; demersal; amphidromous; depth range 1-50 m.; tropical; 26C29C and 32N -12S, respectively [4].
Population dynamics of Gerres abbreviatus Bleeker, 1850 from the Parangipettai waters, southeast coast of India.
Roeberella gerres descrita originalmente de Muzo, Boyaca, por Otto Thieme en 1907, bajo el genero Depranula Rober (Berliner Ent.
Summary: DUBAI -- Minister of Environment and Water Dr Rashid Ahmed bin Fahd issued a decision suspending the catching and selling of Al Badah fish (Gerres longirostris) in Abu Dhabi till June 1.
Also recorded at Site 3 (Ain Dhayah) are Crescent-banded Terapon jarbua, which is usually seen hunting killifish in the shallow water; Milkfish Chanos chanos, and Common Silver-Biddy Gerres oyena.