Definition of Centropomidae. Meaning of Centropomidae. Synonyms of Centropomidae

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Definition of Centropomidae

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Meaning of Centropomidae from wikipedia

- 1802, is a genus of predominantly marine fish comprising the family Centropomidae The type species is Centropomus undecimalis, the common snook. Commonly...
- (Centropomus undecimalis) is a species of marine fish in the family Centropomidae of the order Perciformes. The common snook is also known as the sergeant...
- Latinae in family Centropomidae, was raised to family status in 2004 after a cladistic analysis showed the original Centropomidae were paraphyletic....
- Atlantic Nile perch (Lates niloticus), a freshwater fish in the family Centropomidae, important as food in much of Africa USS Capitaine (SS-336), a Balao...
- Centropomus parallelus is a species of fish in the family Centropomidae, the snooks and robalos. It is known by several common names, including fat snook...
- of Clariidae, Claroteidae, Mochokidae, Poeciliidae, Mastacembelidae, Centropomidae, Cyprinidae, Clupeidae and other fish families are found in these lakes...
- Centrarchidae (Freshwater sunfishes) Centrogenyidae (False scorpionfishes) Centropomidae (Snooks) Chaetodontidae (Butterflyfishes) Coryphaenidae (Dolphinfishes)...
- This page lists all fish commonly kept in aquariums and ponds. Barbus albanicus Barbus arulius Barbus conchonius Barbus ****ingi Barbus daruphani Barbus...
- Snook, Snooks, or Snoek may refer to: Family Centropomidae (snooks) Common snook Family Esocidae (pikes) Haplochromis insidiae Northern pike Family Gempylidae...
- Centriscidae Centrogenyidae Centrolophidae Centrophoridae Centrophrynidae Centropomidae Cepolidae Ceratiidae Ceratodontidae Cetomimidae Cetopsidae Cetorhinidae...
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