Sphyraena


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Noun1.Sphyraena - type and sole genus of the Sphyraenidae: barracudaSphyraena - type and sole genus of the Sphyraenidae: barracuda
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Sphyraenidae, Sphyraenidae - monotypic family of large active fishes of tropical and subtropical waters: barracuda
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and Euthynnus alletteratus), amberjacks (Seriola rivoliana and other Seriola species), barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda), snappers (Lutjanus vivanus and L.
[5.] Mohammed K, Balasubramanian (1990) Fishery,Growth, Yield Per recruit and Stock assessment of Sphyraena obtustata cuvier Off Tuticorin, Gulf of mannar.
Scientific Name Fish Name of Fish Bluefish Pomatomus saltatrix Butterfish Stromateus fiatola Cassava Croaker Pseudotolithus senegalensis Dark Redfish Brachydeuterus auritus European Barracuda Sphyraena sphyraena Herrings Clupea harengus Horse Mackerel Trachurus trachurus Pacific Hake (kako) Merluccius productus Redfish Pagellus affinis Salmon Oncorhynchus spp.
Locomotory activity and depth distribution of adult great barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda) in Bahamian coastal habitats determined using acceleration and pressure biotelemetry transmitters.
tayenus), barracuda (Sphyraena jello), and threadfin bream (Nemipterus bleekeri) [20].
There are three whitefish that ontogenetically shift from zooplanktivores to predatory species: longjaw silverside (Chirostoma lucius); bigmouth silverside (Chirostoma sphyraena); and blacknose silverside (Chirostoma promelas).
Heavy metals, lipid peroxidation, and cigateratoxicity in the liver of the Caribben barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda).
Ram feeding involves the predator overtaking its prey by swimming faster than the prey can escape, and is usually associated with fish that have fast jaws and sharp teeth, such as the great barracuda Sphyraena barracuda (Habegger, Motta, Huber, & Deban, 2011).
In April 2010, a dozen people were reported to have been poisoned by eating the great barracuda, Sphyraena barracuda (Walbaum), supposedly caught in the Chuburna region (located 11.3 km from Chelem), according to information from the Secretary of Public Health in Yucatan (Pilar E.