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- The goatfishes are perciform fish of the family Mullidae. The family is also sometimes referred to as the red mullets, which also refers more narrowly...
- mullets" or "surmullets" being Mullidae, notably members of the genus Mullus, the red mullets. Outside Europe, the Mullidae are often called "goatfish"....
- the Black Sea. Both "red mullet" and "surmullet" can also refer to the Mullidae in general. Though they can easily be distinguished—M. surmuletus has a...
- (2014). "Upeneus nigromarginatus, a new species of goatfish (Perciformes: Mullidae) from the Philippines". Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. 62: 745–753. Archived...
- Mullus is a subtropical marine genus of perciform fish of the family Mullidae (goatfish) and includes the red mullets, occurring mainly in the southwest...
- Despite its English name, the striped red mullet, of the goatfish family Mullidae, is only very distantly related to the grey mullet and other species called...
- monogenean species from the gills of Mulloidichthys vanicolensis (Perciformes: Mullidae) off New Caledonia, with the proposal of Volsellituba n. g. and Pennulituba...
- Fishbase Dactylopteridae Fishbase Antennariidae Fishbase Gempylidae Fishbase Mullidae Fishbase Gobiidae Fishbase Serranidae Fishbase Hemiramphidae Fishbase Cirrhitidae...
- striped mullet, Mugil cephalus Goatfish, or "red mullets", of the family Mullidae; in particular, red mullets of the genus Mullus Malagasy mountain mullet...
- Mulloidichthys is a genus of fish in the family Mullidae native to coral and rocky reefs of the tropical Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Ocean. There are...
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