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- Several species from the genus Centroberyx: Centroberyx affinis, commonly referred to as red snapper in New Zealand Centroberyx gerrardi, one of several species...
- erythropterus. In family Berycidae: Eastern nannygai, Centroberyx affinis. Yelloweye nannygai, Centroberyx australis. Family Glaucosomatidae: Pearl perch, Glaucosoma...
- Centroberyx, often referred to as nannygais, is genus of ray-finned fishes found in the Indian Ocean and western Pacific Ocean, with the greatest species...
- Centroberyx druzhinini is a member of the family Berycidae found in the Western Indian Ocean and Western Pacific Ocean near ****an and New Caledonia. It...
- The swallow-tail or kingfish (Centroberyx lineatus) is a member of the family Berycidae. It is native to the Indian Ocean and Western Pacific Ocean off...
- Centroberyx rubricaudus is a member of the family Berycidae. Originally thought to be endemic to Taiwan, there has been a reported catch of C. rubricaudus...
- Golden snapper is a common name for a number of fish: Genus Centroberyx Centroberyx affinis Genus Pagrus Pagrus auratus Genus Lutj**** Lutj**** inermis...
- known as "Redfish" Country Species Other common names Australia, UK Centroberyx affinis Redfish, eastern nannygai Australia Lutj**** erythropterus Crimson...
- The short alfonsino (Centroberyx spinoffs) is a species of ray-finned fish. It is found from the Storms River to off the coast of Durban, South Africa...
- known as silver seabream Eastern nannygai, also known as red snapper, Centroberyx affinis Bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix), of which the smallest are often...
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