Definition of Acanthuridae. Meaning of Acanthuridae. Synonyms of Acanthuridae

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- Acanthuridae are the family of surgeonfishes, tangs, and unicornfishes. The family includes about 86 extant species of marine fish living in tropical seas...
- tang (Zebrasoma flavescens) is a sal****er fish species of the family Acanthuridae. It is one of the most po****r aquarium fish. The yellow tang was first...
- leucosternon is a marine tropical fish belonging to the surgeonfish family, Acanthuridae. Its common names are powder blue tang and powder-blue surgeonfish. The...
- orange-shoulder surgeonfish or the orangebar tang, is a member of the family Acanthuridae, the surgeonfishes. It lives in the tropical waters of the Indo-west...
- Acanthurus lineatus, the lined surgeonfish, is a member of the family Acanthuridae, the surgeonfishes. Other common names include blue banded surgeonfish...
- Naso is a genus of fish in the surgeonfish family, Acanthuridae. Fish of this genus are known commonly as unicornfishes because of the "rostral protuberance"...
- Naso lituratus is a species of fish in the family Acanthuridae, the tangs and unicornfishes. Its common names include barch**** unicornfish, naso tang,...
- Fishbase Soleidae Fishbase Holocentridae Fishbase Microcanthidae Fishbase Acanthuridae Fishbase Xiphiidae Fishbase Polynemidae Fishbase Malacanthidae Fishbase...
- length of 100 cm, making it one of the largest members of the family Acanthuridae. It is brown in color and has a large, distinguishing "nasal" protrusion...
- tang or yellowtail tang, is a species of reef surgeonfish in the family Acanthuridae. It was first described by zoologist Edward Blyth in 1852. Purple tangs...
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