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"Lionfish" specifically refer to the genus within the family . They have spines and should be treated with caution. Other species within Scorpaenidae but outside may also have "lionfish" in their common names. Feeder goldfish are not the proper nutrition for a lion fish.
Our A-Z contains a list of all fish/sea creatures that are stored on the site. All listings are by common names and not scientific names.
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This authoritative reference provides an accurate, up-to-date checklist of common and scientific names for all described and taxonomically valid fish species living in fresh and marine waters of North America. This edition reflects numerous taxonomic changes that have occurred since 2004 and includes 3,875 species and 260 families. Provides the rationale and methodology for common name allocation, history of changes from the previous edition, and extensive references. Aquamarine- sushi- aquata- tiger- mako- trident- flare- Finn- Neptune- Atticus-that’s the names of all of my fish ?
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But even if you never spot a fish or body of water, you’re bound to eventually come across , expressions, that invoke the various names of common fish. -- Presented are those specimen collections mentioned in the main Catalog of Fishes database, especially as repositories of type specimens. Besides museum names and abbreviations, this includes WWW sites, cross-referencing of abbreviations, and selection of museums by country, along with type catalogs, historical articles, name changes, transfers, and other items for individual collections. Prepared by Ron Fricke and Bill Eschmeyer.Listed below are some of the popular fishes that may be found in the coastal waters of Mauritius. Local names are shown in italics. The colours of the fish have been described as observed under normal daylight and might not always match those on some photos that have been taken under water. The feeding habit gives an indication of the bait that might be used, if one intends to go fishing. Squid, octopus, shrimp, and sea-snail flesh are good baits for Carnivorous, , or piscivorous fish; fresh bread is fine for herbivorous or omnivorous fish. (Small fish, however, should be released!)Keep in mind, names of fish often vary with the region. For instance, various types of North American flounder are locally called “sole”—French sole, Pacific sole, sand sole, lemon sole, even Dover and English sole—even though no North American fish is truly a sole. Some flounders are given market names like sanddab, fluke, plaice, or turbot.Common names within family are very disorderly, including Jacks, Amberjacks, Pompanos, Trevally, Bumpers and Scads, without clear deliniation as to which are which. This section deals with those most commonly called Jacks and Trevally, which tend to be some of the larger of the , without too much regard as to what genus they belong to. The fish don't cooperate either, some change shape significantly as they mature. With 30 genera, this naming mess is impossible to make orderly. for other fish of this family see , and .There are many varieties of Sardine, all members of the , and each variety is likely to be known by a number of local names. Larger fish may be sold fresh but many millions are canned every year, packed in water, oil, mustard sauce and tomato sauce, with and without hot chilis. Morocco is the largest producer of canned sardines in the world, providing 41% of the world's exports. Unfortunately, in my opinion, those canned just about anywhere else are better. The now has its own page.