Mycteroperca bonaci


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Noun1.Mycteroperca bonaci - large dark grouper with a thick head and rough scalesMycteroperca bonaci - large dark grouper with a thick head and rough scales
grouper - usually solitary bottom sea basses of warm seas
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Dourado Coryphaena hippurus Cioba Lutjanus analis Xareu olhudo, garacimbora Caranx latus Cavala wahoo, aipim Acanthocybium solandri Badejo, sirigado Mycteroperca bonaci Arioco Lutjanus synagris Guaiuba Ocyurus chrysurus Dentao Lutjanus jocu Pargo ferreiro Caranx lugubris Garajuba, guarajuba Carangoides bartholomaei Olho de boi, arabaiana verdadeira Seriola dumerili Olho de vidro, olho de cao Heteropriacanthus cruentatus Cherne Hyporthodus sp.
y Garzon-Ferreira, 1994 Hyporthodus acanthistius P NT SP (Gilbert, 1892) Hyporthodus nigritus C DD DH (Holbrook, 1855) Hyporthodus niphobles (Gilbert P DD SP y Starks, 1897) Hyporthodus niveatus C DD SP (Valenciennes, 1828) Mycteroperca bonaci (Poey, C VU SP, DH, 1860) HV Mycteroperca cidi Cervigon, C VU SP 1966 Mycteroperca interstitialis C VU (Poey, 1860) * Mycteroperca olfax (Jenyns, P VU SP 1840) Mycteroperca tigris C NT SP, DH (Valenciennes, 1833) Mycteroperca venenosa C VU SP, DH (Linnaeus, 1758) Mycteroperca xenarcha Jordan, P DD SP 1888 Arturo Acero P.
curtus has previously been recorded in another serranid fish: Mycteroperca bonaci (Poey, 1860) in the littoral of Bahia and Espirito Santo (Luque et al., 1998), demonstrating the specificity of this sea lice for the fishes of the family Serranidae in the Atlantic Ocean.
A few key differences: The true black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci) has dark markings on the body forming box- or chain-like patterns.
Red grouper, Epinephelus morio (n = 45), were the primary emphasis for this study, with sensitivityruns performed using parameterizations from the movements of opportunistically tagged black grouper, Mycteroperca bonaci (n = 3), and mutton snapper, Lutjanus analis (n = 3).
Observations of a black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci) spawning aggregation in Bermuda.
Blacktip shark Carcharhinus limbatus Black sea bass Centropristis striata Remora Remora remora Florida pompano Trachinotus carolinus Tiger shark Galeocerdo cuvier Spotted moray Gymnothorax moringa Creole-fish Paranthias furcifer Purplemouth moray Gymnothorax vicinus Black grouper Mycteroperca bonaci Cobia Rachycentron canadum Sand seatrout Cynoscion arenarius Leopard toadfish Opsanus pardus Dogfish (genus) Squalus Bank sea bass Centropristis ocyurus Bluefish Pomatomus saltatrix Scalloped hammerhead Sphyrna lewini Cubera snapper Lutjanus cyanopterus Dogfish Mustelus sp.
This was verified for fishes Trichiurus lepturus Linnaeus, 1758 (n = 5), Dicentrarchus labrax (Linnaeus, 1758) (n = 7), Sciades herzbergii (Bloch, 1794) (n = 12), Archosargus rhomboidalis (Linnaeus, 1758) (n = 9), Mycteroperca bonaci (Poey, 1960) (n = 1), Spheroides testudineus (Linnaeus, 1758) (n = 5), Micropogonias furnieri (Desmarest, 1823) (n = 11), Menticirrhus americanus (Linnaeus, 1758) (n = 32), Balistes capriscus (Gmelin, 1788) (n = 8) and Epinephelus gigas (Brunnich, 1768) (n = 1).
The black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci) is the second largest grouper in the western Atlantic and is classified as near threatened in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species because of declining populations (Ferreira et al., 2008).
In this municipality, artisanal fishing is the main economic activity, producing a wide variety of fish, such as, Hirundichthys affinis, Coryphaena hippurus, Thunnus albacares, Mycteroperca bonaci, Lutjanus synagris, L.