5, Bony fishes, Part 3 (Menidae to Pomacentridae
The most represented families were the Pomacentridae
and Chaenopsidae, with three species each.
Studies of temperate, subtropical, and coral reefs in Western Australia determined that analysis of videos from BRUVS results in greater species richness and a greater number of targeted, carnivorous large-bodied species, such as those in the families Lethrinidae and Serranidae, whereas UVC conducted by divers results in observations of more site-attached, cryptic small-bodied species, such as some members of the families Pomacentridae
, Labridae, and Scaridae (Langlois et al., 2010; Watson et al., 2010).
The whitetail damselfish (Family Pomacentridae
), Stegastes leucorus (Gilbert, 1892), new to California marine waters with a key to the California species of Pomacentridae
Sin embargo, este grupo sufre decrementos en su abundancia, relacionada con la perdida de la estructura y complejidad del habitat (Garpe et al., 2006), ejerciendo un mayor efecto en los miembros de familia Pomacentridae
family (Teleostei: Perciformes), particularly the species of the Amphiprion genus, represents the most important group of marine fish in aquariums (Johnston et al., 2003).
Larval supply: a good predictor of recruitment of three species of reef fish (Pomacentridae
The causal factors and function of "yawning" in Microspathodon chrysurus (Pisces: Pomacentridae
Chellappa, "Morphohistology of the digestive tract of the damsel fish Stegastes fuscus (Osteichthyes: Pomacentridae
)," The Scientific World Journal, vol.
RAPD Probe on genetic variation in damselfishes (Family Pomacentridae
) in gulf of Mannar region.
Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) fingerprinting resolves species ambiguity of domesticated clown fish (genus: Amphiprion, family: Pomacentridae
) from India.
These species included Amphiprion akallopisos Bleeker 1853 (Pomacentridae
), Dascyllus aruanus (Linnaeus, 1853) (Pomacentridae
), from Toliara; D.