Mullidae


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Related to Mullidae: goatfish, Sphyraenidae
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Noun1.Mullidae - goatfishes or red mullets
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
mullet - bottom dwelling marine warm water fishes with two barbels on the chin
genus Mullus, Mullus - type genus of the Mullidae: goatfishes
genus Mulloidichthys, Mulloidichthys - a genus of Mullidae
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Barbun baliklarinin ait oldugu Mullidae familyasi da demersal ozellik gosteren familyalardan birisidir ve tum dunyada 6 genus icerisindeki 85 tur ile temsil edilmektedir (Nelson ve ark., 2016).
Accordingly, 65 sets of growth data belonging to 43 studies on the subject of the growth of four Mullidae species prevalent in the Mediterranean (Mullus barbatus, Mullus surmuletus, Upeneus pori and Upeneus moluccensis) and the Black Sea (M.
On the other hand, Ramadan and El-Halfawy [48] stated that by using the monthly changes in the percentage frequency of ovarian phases, the ovarian cycle of Upeneus pori (Mullidae) was divided into three periods which were a long period of early oogenesis, a short period of vitellogenesis and a spawning period.
Cromosomas supernumerarios en el pez Upeneus parvus (Poey, 1853; Mullidae) del oceano Atlantico.
Overfishing along the entire marine stretch has led to the depletion of breeding grounds of Sparidae, Soleidae, Mullidae and more.
Die indo-pazifischen Meerbarben Parupeneus cyclostomus und P macronemus nehmen wie die anderen Angehorigen der Familie Mullidae ihre Nahrung vom Sand auf, dabei senken sie das Paar ihrer Tastbarteln am Kinn in den Sand, um ihre haufigste Beute zu finden: kleine Krebse, Poly-chaeten (Vielborster) und Sipunculiden (Spritzwiirmer).
Distribution, abundance and reproductive patterm of Pseudupeneus grandisquamis Gill, 1863 (Perciformes: Mullidae) y Urobatis halleri Cooper, 1863 (Rajiformes: Urolophidae) in the Gulf of California