Lutjanus griseus

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Noun1.Lutjanus griseus - found in shallow waters off the coast of FloridaLutjanus griseus - found in shallow waters off the coast of Florida
snapper - any of several large sharp-toothed marine food and sport fishes of the family Lutjanidae of mainly tropical coastal waters
genus Lutjanus, Lutjanus - type genus of the Lutjanidae: snappers
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Es importante mencionar que especies como Carangoides bartholomaei, Lutjanus griseus y Haemulon plumierii, eran poco capturadas entre 1993 y 1996 (Manjarres, 2004), que luego para el 2000 ya no fueron registradas.
3.2 3.0 Lutjanidae Lutjanus campechanus 3.7 4.3 Lutjanidae Lutjanus griseus 3.5 4.4 Lutjanidae Pristipomoides aquilonaris 2.6 2.9 Lutjanidae Rhomboplites aurorubens 4.5 4.8 Family Number measured Total no.
Habitos alimenticios y ecologia trofica del pez Lutjanus griseus (Pisces: Lutjanidae) asociado a la vegetacion sumergida en la Laguna de Terminos, Campeche, Mexico.
The main objective of our study was to determine habitat preference and survival rates of common, economically important penaeid shrimps in the presence and absence of the increasingly abundant tropical predator, the gray snapper (Lutjanus griseus).
However, results similar to the ones in the present study were reported by Sales et al., (12) who tested the structured 9-point hedonic scale on mangrove snappers (Lutjanus griseus) and obtained the mean of the acceptance scores equal to 8, located in the hedonic term "Like Very Much," indicating that this product is well accepted.
Diet variation of a generalist fish predator, grey snapper Lutjanus griseus, across an estuarine gradient: trade-offs of quantity for quality?
The first published recordings of sounds from larval fish reveal that gray snappers (Lutjanus griseus) only about a month old and a centimeter long make noises at night, says Claire Paris of the University of Miami in Florida.
Uniforme Mero Hyporthodus flavolimbatus Jul-ago Mucuro Amphiarius phrygiatus Uniforme Paguara Chaetodipterus faber Uniforme Pampano Trachinotus falcatus Uniforme Pargo cebal Lutjanus analis Julio-set Pargo dienton Lutjanus griseus, Ag-dic L.
Mangroves are also essential for many marine fish, and mangrove-dependent species such as snook (Centropomus undecimalis) and mangrove snapper (Lutjanus griseus) are quite common.