Perciformes


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Related to Perciformes: Acanthopterygii
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Noun1.Perciformes - one of the largest natural groups of fishes of both marine and fresh water: true perches; basses; tuna
animal order - the order of animals
Acanthopterygii, superorder Acanthopterygii - teleost fishes having fins with sharp bony rays
Percoidea, suborder Percoidea - in some classifications nearly or exactly equivalent to the Perciformes which are considered a suborder
percoid, percoid fish, percoidean - any of numerous spiny-finned fishes of the order Perciformes
perch - any of numerous spiny-finned fishes of various families of the order Perciformes
Anabantidae, family Anabantidae - small freshwater spiny-finned fishes of Africa and southern Asia
family Percidae, Percidae - active freshwater fishes; true perches and pike perches
family Trichodontidae, Trichodontidae - two species of elongate compressed scaleless large-eyed fishes that live in sand or mud
family Ophidiidae, Ophidiidae - eellike marine fishes
Brotulidae, family Brotulidae - chiefly deep-sea fishes related to the Ophidiidae
Carapidae, family Carapidae - pearlfishes: related to the Brotulidae
Centropomidae, family Centropomidae - a family of fish or the order Perciformes including robalos
Esocidae, family Esocidae - pikes; pickerels; muskellunges
freshwater bream, bream - any of various usually edible freshwater percoid fishes having compressed bodies and shiny scales; especially (but not exclusively) of the genus Lepomis
family Serranidae, Serranidae - marine fishes: sea basses; sea perches; groupers; jewfish
Embiotocidae, family Embiotocidae - viviparous percoid fishes comprising the surf fishes
family Priacanthidae, Priacanthidae - small carnivorous percoid fishes found worldwide in tropical seas
Apogonidae, family Apogonidae - bright-colored marine fishes that incubate eggs in the mouth
family Malacanthidae, Malacanthidae - short-headed marine fishes; often brightly colored
family Pomatomidae, Pomatomidae - food and game fishes related to pompanos
family Rachycentridae, Rachycentridae - family of pelagic fishes containing solely the cobia
Carangidae, family Carangidae - large family of narrow-bodied marine food fishes with widely forked tails; chiefly of warm seas
Coryphaenidae, family Coryphaenidae - large active pelagic percoid fish
Bramidae, family Bramidae - deep-bodied percoid fishes of the open seas
Branchiostegidae, family Branchiostegidae - small family of marine fishes having covered gills
family Sparidae, Sparidae - porgies; scups
sea bream, bream - any of numerous marine percoid fishes especially (but not exclusively) of the family Sparidae
family Sciaenidae, Sciaenidae - warm-water marine fishes including the drums and grunts and croakers and sea trout
family Mullidae, Mullidae - goatfishes or red mullets
Mugiloidea, suborder Mugiloidea - fishes distinguished by abdominal pelvic fins: families Mugilidae; Atherinidae; Sphyraenidae
Ephippidae, family Ephippidae - small family comprising the spadefishes
family Scaridae, Scaridae - parrotfishes
Blennioidea, suborder Blennioidea - blennies; butterfishes; gunnels
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Plagioscion squamosissimus showed a carnivorous diet with preference for fish, but also including prawns and insects (Odonata and Ephemeroptera) in areas with low fish density (Barros, Santos, Zanuncio, & Dergam, 2012); Pellona castelnaeana feeds mainly on small Characiformes and Perciformes, however, prawns and other aquatic invertebrates can be part of the diet (Freitas & Siqueira-Souza, 2009).
Pleuronectiformes 1% Characiformes 63% Siluriformes 23% Perciformes 9% Beloniformes 1% Gymnotiformes 3% Nota: Tabla derivada de grafico segmentado.
X Cipriniformes Poeciliidae Poecilia reticulata X X Peters, 1859 Cipriniformes Poeciliidae Poecilia caucana X (Steindachner, 1880) Perciformes Ciclhidae Andinoacara pulcher X (Gill, 1858) Perciformes Ciclhidae Caquetaia kraussii X X (Steindachner, 1878) Perciformes Ciclhidae Oreochromis X niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758) Perciformes Ciclhidae Geophagus X steindachneri Eigenmann & Hildebrand, 1922
pretiosus migrates during the night for food and feeds on cephalopods and teleost fishes from the orders Gadiformes, Perciformes and Anguilliformes (Vasilakopoulos et al.
Del total de especies 33 pertenecen al orden Perciformes, seguido de los Cypriniformes (12 especies), Characiformes (8 especies) y los Cyprinodontiformes (8 especies).
Hasta el presente, este yacimiento ha brindado restos de Siluriformes indeterminados, Trichomycterinae, y Perciformes cf.
Orden Total Distribucion Endemicas En de restringida riesgo especies Atheriniformes 39 28 33 10 Cyprinodonti 182 95 155 74 formes Cypriniformes 98 54 64 60 Characiformes 9 2 2 2 Perciformes 63 16 43 22 Salmoniformes 3 2 2 2 Siluriformes 30 8 13 13 Orden % En Endemicas % Endemicas riesgo en en riesgo riesgo Atheriniformes 25.
During that process, it was noticed that the heading for Perciformes itself was a broader term on many SARs in the catalog, yet the SAR for Perciformes itself was not in the catalog.
With other perciformes, like Tropheus cichlid lineages, they exhibit distinguishable morphological characteristics with minor variation due a tightly packed community with limited capacity of dispersal [15] and this phenimenon might be the cause of the minimal variation between male and female of M.