Soleidae


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Related to Soleidae: Synodontidae, Cynoglossidae
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Noun1.Soleidae - soles
fish family - any of various families of fish
Heterosomata, order Heterosomata, order Pleuronectiformes - flatfishes: halibut; sole; flounder; plaice; turbot; tonguefishes
sole - right-eyed flatfish; many are valued as food; most common in warm seas especially European
genus Solea, Solea - type genus of the Soleidae
genus Parophrys, Parophrys - a genus of Soleidae
genus Psettichthys, Psettichthys - a genus of Soleidae
genus Trinectes, Trinectes - a genus of Soleidae
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silagindae 2% soleidae 2% Synbranchidae 2% Mastacembelidae 2% Belonidae 2% Channidae 2% Cyprinidae 21% Siluridae 4% Schilbeidae 9% Pangasidae 2% Bagridae 7% Sisoridae 7% Ariidae 4% Clupeidae 2% Ergraulidae 2% Notopteridae 4% Polynemidae 2% Mugilidae 4% Anabantidas 2% Osphronemidae 4% Ambassidae 4% Nandidae 4% Gobiidaeu 11% Note: Table made from pie chart.
curema) y lenguado (Soleidae), sugiriendo que las zonas de rompiente en el Ecuador son de importancia para las etapas iniciales de los peces.
Characterization of local populations of the common sole Solea solea (Pisces Soleidae) in the NW Mediterranean through otolith morphometrics and shape analysis.
Characterization of local populations of the common sole Solea solea (Pisces, Soleidae) in the NW Mediterranean through otolith morphometries and shape analysis.
Overfishing along the entire marine stretch has led to the depletion of breeding grounds of Sparidae, Soleidae, Mullidae and more.
Other types of flatfish include sole (family Soleidae) and tonguefishes (family Cynoglossidae).
Plates 1-149 are photographs of sagittal otoliths beginning with Elopidae and ending with the family Soleidae. Each species is represented by a variable number of otoliths, mostly around 20, with several views, the proximal side predominating.
9), the peculiarities of which were that it had a delicious flavor, much like the sole (Soleidae), and was possessed of a mouth too small to take a hook large enough to land it.