Hemiramphidae


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Related to Hemiramphidae: Dactylopteridae
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Noun1.Hemiramphidae - halfbeaks; marine and freshwater fishes closely related to the flying fishes but not able to glide
fish family - any of various families of fish
order Synentognathi, Synentognathi - order of fishes having spineless fins; needlefishes; sauries; flying fishes; halfbeaks
halfbeak - tropical and subtropical marine and freshwater fishes having an elongated body and long protruding lower jaw
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Phylum Chordata Class Actinopterygii Order Beloniformes Family Hemiramphidae Hyporhamphus rosae (Jordan and Gilbert, 1880), California halfbeak (Figs.
14 septiembre 2008 Familia Hemiramphidae Hyporhamphus rosae (Jordan & Gilbert, 1880).
3.20 Octopodidae Octopus rubescens 3.20 Crustacea Squillidae Squillid mantis shrimps 2.52 Euphausiidae Nyctiphanes simplex 2.52 Galatheidae Pleuroncodes planipes 2.52 Penaeidae Penaeid shrimps 2.52 Teleostei Clupeidae Harengula thrissina 3.10 Phosichthyidae Vinciguerria lucetia 3.00 Hemiramphidae Oxyporhamphus micropterus 3.10 Exocoetidae Exocoetus spp.
An informative paper by Tibbetts & Carseldine (2003) described the pharyngeal anatomy of the hemiramphid Arrhamphus sclerolepis krefftii (Steindachner) (Beloniformes: Hemiramphidae) with four tooth-bearing bones (a large medial and two smaller lateral plates in the roof of the pharynx and a single large plate from the pharyngeal floor).
The ballyhoo half beak belong to the family Hemiramphidae, are found in shallow marine, estuarine and freshwater waters in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans (Hughes and Stewart, 2006).
The fishes popularly known as ballyhoo half beak belong to the family Hemiramphidae [9] and are found in shallow marine and estuarine waters in the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans [10].
Here we add a recently described species of Hyporhamphus (Hemiramphidae), recognize Chromis bermudae (Pomacentridae) as valid, and remove Parasphyraenops atrimanus (Serranidae) from the list of Bermuda endemics, changing the total number of Bermuda endemic fishes to seven species, eight if Clepticus sp.
tade + + + + 26 Mugil cephalus -+ + + Family: Hemiramphidae 27 Hemiramphus sp -+ + - Family: Atherinidae 28 Pranesus pinguis + + + + Family: Carangidae 29 Carangoides malabaricus + + + + 30 Caranx sp 1 + + + + 31 Caranx sp 2 + + + + 32 Decapterus russelli + + + + 33 Scomberoides tol + + + + Family: Gerriedae 34 Gerrus oblongus + + + + Family: Teraponidae 35 Terapon jarbua + + + + Family: Scombridae 36 Scomberomorus sp + + + + Family: Pleuronectidae 37 Pleuronectid egg + + + - Family: Bothidae 38 Pseudorhambus javanicus -- + + Family: Soleidae 39 Solea ovata + + + + Family: Cynoglossidae 40 Cynoglossus arel + + + + 41 C.
Large numbers of jawbones and some other skeletal elements of garfishes (Hemiramphidae) were recovered at Quadrant.