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Related to Trichiuridae: cutlass fish
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Noun1.Trichiuridae - cutlassfishes
fish family - any of various families of fish
order Perciformes, order Percomorphi, Perciformes, Percomorphi - one of the largest natural groups of fishes of both marine and fresh water: true perches; basses; tuna
cutlassfish, frost fish, hairtail - long-bodied marine fishes having a long whiplike scaleless body and sharp teeth; closely related to snake mackerel
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Metacaligus rufus was originally described by Wilson (1908) from Bagre marinus (Mitchill, 1815) in Beaufort (USA), and since its description this species has been recorded parasitizing hosts of the families Ariidae, Carangidae, Merlucciidae, Sciaenidae, Scombridae and Trichiuridae (Luque and Tavares, 2007; Suarez-Morales et al., 2012; Luque et al., 2013).
Similar eggs of other members of the Trichiuridae family may be differentiated from T.
Taxonomia dos monogeneticos (Platyhelminthes) e variacao temporal da biodiver-sidade, abundancia numerica e biomassa dos metazoarios parasitos de Geophagus brasiliensis (Cichlidae) e de Trichiurus lepturus (Trichiuridae) no Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Lepturacanthus savala (Cuvier, 1829) (Sueo, 1976; Nakamura and Parin, 1993), a commercial marine fish are commonly known as ribbonfish, hairtail, talwar, tinji and chindi in Pakistan belongs to family Trichiuridae (Bianchi, 1985; Romero, 2002).
panamensis Penaeidae Megalopa -2.4 Zoeas -1.2 TELEOSTOMI: RNI 3.9 0.27 3.2 3.3 3.3 3.4 3.1 Myctophidae -1.4 Gobiidae 0.5 Trichiuridae Sciaenidae S.
The black scabbardfish, Aphanopus carbo (Lowe 1839), is a bathypelagic species belonging to the Trichiuridae family and is distributed in temperate-cold Atlantic waters at depths between 200 and 1800 m [12, 13].
Os autores ressaltam ainda que peixes das familias Carangidae, Scombridae, Trichiuridae e Clupeidae sao frequentes nos desembarques dos cercos na Ilha Anchieta, representando 33, 28, 22 e 6% das capturas, respectivamente.