Ocyurus chrysurus


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Noun1.Ocyurus chrysurus - superior food fish of the tropical Atlantic and Caribbean with broad yellow stripe along the sides and on the tailOcyurus chrysurus - superior food fish of the tropical Atlantic and Caribbean with broad yellow stripe along the sides and on the tail
snapper - any of several large sharp-toothed marine food and sport fishes of the family Lutjanidae of mainly tropical coastal waters
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Similar results to those found in the present study were obtained in canane snapper (Ocyurus chrysurus), where the enzymatic activity of alkaline proteases started from 5 DPH, while activity of alkaline proteases was detected in species such as Mayan cichlid (Cichlasoma urophthalmus) on 13-36 DPH (LopezRamirez et al., 2011; Ahumada-Hernandez et al., 2014).
griseus; dog snapper, L.jocu; yellowtail snapper, Ocyurus chrysurus; thread herring, Opisthonema oglinum; white mullet, Mugil curema; and fantail mullet, M.
cyanopterus Pargo guanapo Lutjanus synagris Jul-set Pargo rojo Lutjanus purpureus Mar-set Pargo rubio, Ocyurus chrysurus Uniforme rabi-rubia Peje burro Anisotremus surinamensis Jul-ago Picua Sphyraena barracuda Uniforme Raya Dasyatis spp.
Caconete - Camarao Xiphopenaeus kroyeri, Farfantepenaeus subtilis - Litopenaeus schimitti Carioco - Cavala Scomberomorus spp., Acanthocybium solandri Cioba Lutjanus analis Corvina Micropogonias furnieri Dentao Lutjanus jocu Dourado Coryphaena hippurus Gracaim - Guaiuba Ocyurus chrysurus Guaricema - Lagosta Palinurus laevicauda, Palinurus argus Mero Epinephelus itajara Olho de Boi Seriola dumerili Pescada Cynoscion spp.
Pollutants and biomarker responses in two reef fish species (Haemulon aurolineatum and Ocyurus chrysurus) in the southern Gulf of Mexico.
For example, in 2006-2007 surveys, juveniles of tropical species such as Chaetodon ocellatus (Chaetodontidae), Fistularia tabacaria (Fistularidae), Ocyurus chrysurus (Lutjanidae), Thalassoma bifasciatum (Labridae), Sparisoma viride (Scaridae), and unidentified acanthurids were collected in coastal habitats where they were not collected during previous surveys (1971-79) (Livingston, 1985).