Percoidei

Branzino - Dicentrarchus labrax

Branzino - Dicentrarchus labrax

Dicentrarchus labrax, nota comunemente come spigola (nell'Italia peninsulare e insulare) o branzino (prevalentemente nell'Italia settentrionale) è un pesce osseo marino e d'acqua salmastra della famiglia Moronidae. ...
Carangidi - Carangidae

Carangidi - Carangidae

I Carangidi sono una famiglia di pesci ossei marini. Questi pesci hanno, nella quasi totalità, abitudini pelagiche e predatorie. Spesso sono gregari e vivono e cacciano in fitti branchi....
Carango Gigante - Caranx ignobilis

Carango Gigante - Caranx ignobilis

Caranx ignobilis, conosciuto comunemente come Carango gigante indopacifico è un grosso pesce d'acqua salata appartenente alla famiglia Carangidae....
Carango Pinna Blu - Caranx  Melampygus

Carango Pinna Blu - Caranx  Melampygus

Caranx melampygus Cuvier, 1833 è un pesce d'acqua salata appartenente alla famiglia Carangidae. Distribuzione e habitat Questa specie è diffusa nell'Oceano Indiano, dal Mar Rosso fino...
Leccia Stella - Trachinotus ovatus

Leccia Stella - Trachinotus ovatus

La Leccia Stella (Trachinotus ovatus) è un pesce di mare appartenente alla famiglia Carangidae. ...
Leccia Stella Maculata - Trachinotus Baillonii

Leccia Stella Maculata - Trachinotus Baillonii

La Leccia Stella Maculata (Trachinotus baillonii) è una specie di carangide nella famiglia Carangidae. ...
Ricciola - Seriola dumerili

Ricciola - Seriola dumerili

Ricciola Seriola dumerili Amberjack Yellowtail Carangidae carangidi Seriola dumerili , conosciuta comunemente come Ricciola , è un pesce marino appar...
Castagnola Nera - Chromis chromis

Castagnola Nera - Chromis chromis

Chromis chromis, conosciuto comunemente come Castagnola Nera, è un pesce d'acqua salata appartenente alla famiglia Pomacentridae, di cui è l'unico rappresentante nel Mediterraneo. ...
Pesci Fucilieri - Caesionidae

Pesci Fucilieri - Caesionidae

I Caesionidae (Pesci Fucilieri) sono una famiglia di pesci ossei appartenenti all'ordine Perciformes, noti come pesci fucilieri. Questa famiglia è endemica dell'Oceano Indiano e dell'Oceano Pacifico occidentale, nelle fasce tropicali. Sono presenti anc...
Serranidae - Serranidi

Serranidae - Serranidi

Serranidae è una famiglia di pesci ossei marini appartenenti all'ordine Perciformes che comprende 530 specie di pesci comunemente noti come Serranidi.
Castagnola Rossa - Anthias Anthias

Castagnola Rossa - Anthias Anthias

Anthias anthias castagnola rossa famiglia Serranidae family Anthias anthias (Linnaeus, 1758), conosciuto comunemente come castagnola rossa è un pesce osseo marino appartenente alla famiglia dei Serranidae .   Distribuzione e habitat  ...
Cernia Bruna - Epinephelus marginatus

Cernia Bruna - Epinephelus marginatus

La cernia bruna (Epinephelus marginatus Lowe, 1834) è un pesce appartenente alla famiglia dei Serranidae. Vive comunemente nel Mar Mediterraneo ad una profondità variabile tra i 10 e i 50 metri (spingendosi fino ai 200) ...
Cernia di Nassau - Cernia Striata - Epinephelus striatus

Cernia di Nassau - Cernia Striata - Epinephelus striatus

La cernia nassau (Epinephelus striatus) o Cernia Striata è uno dei numerosi pesci perciformi della famiglia dei Serranidi, comunemente definiti cernie. È la più importante delle cernie per la pesca commerciale nelle Indie occidentali, ma è stata messa in ...
Cernia Dorata o Dotto - Epinephelus costae

Cernia Dorata o Dotto - Epinephelus costae

Cernia Dorata o "Dotto".Cernia Dorata Dotto Epinephelus costae Goldblotch grouper intotheblue.it ...
Cernia gigante atlantica - Epinephelus itajara

Cernia gigante atlantica - Epinephelus itajara

La cernia gigante atlantica (Epinephelus itajara Lichtenstein, 1822) è un grande pesce d'acqua salata appartenente alla famiglia Serranidae. ...
Cernia Maculata - Epinephelus Tauvina

Cernia Maculata - Epinephelus Tauvina

La Cernia Maculata (Epinephelus tauvina), nota anche come cernia araba o cernia indopacifica, è una specie ittica indo-pacifica di importanza economica appartenente alla famiglia Serranidae. ...
Cernia Nera -  Epinephelus Caninus

Cernia Nera - Epinephelus Caninus

La cernia (Epinephelus caninus) è un pesce di mare appartenente alla famiglia Serranidae, raro nei mari italiani.....
Sciarrano - Serranus scriba

Sciarrano - Serranus scriba

Serranus scriba (Linnaeus, 1758), comunemente conosciuto come sciarrano o "boccaccia" è un pesce osseo marino appartenente alla famiglia Serranidae. ...
Sparidi - Sparidae

Sparidi - Sparidae

Gli sparidi sono diffusi in tutte le acque temperate e tropicali del mondo, compreso il Mar Mediterraneo, dove sono estremamente comuni e, spesso, costituiscono la maggior parte della fauna ittica delle aree costiere. La zona dove sono rappresentati dal...
Mormora - Lithognathus Mormoryus

Mormora - Lithognathus Mormoryus

La mormora (Lithognathus mormyrus (Linnaeus, 1758)), conosciuta anche come marmora, è un pesce osseo marino appartenente alla famiglia Sparidae. .....
Occhiata - Oblada melanura

Occhiata - Oblada melanura

Occhiata - Oblada melanura - IntotheBlue.it - Sparidae L' Occhiata (Oblada melanura Linnaeus, 1758) è un pesce d'acqua salata appartenente alla fa...
Orata - Sparus Aurata

Orata - Sparus Aurata

Orata - Sparus Aurata - IntotheBlue.it sparidae sparidi L'orata (Sparus aurata Linnaeus, 1758) è un pesce osseo di mare e di acque salmastre, appa...
Salpa - Sarpa salpa

Salpa - Sarpa salpa

La Salpa, Sarpa salpa (Linnaeus, 1758), comunemente conosciuta come salpa, è un pesce osseo marino appartenente alla famiglia Sparidae. È l'unica specie del genere Sarpa. ...
Sarago - Diplodus Sargus

Sarago - Diplodus Sargus

Sarago Diplodus Sargus sparidae sparidi sparide Mar Mediterraneo
Sarago fasciato - Diplodus vulgaris

Sarago fasciato - Diplodus vulgaris

Il sarago fasciato (Diplodus vulgaris (Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1817)), conosciuto comunemente come sarago comune o sarago testa nera, è un pesce osseo marino appartenente alla famiglia Sparidae....
Tanuta - Cantaro - Spondyliosoma cantharus

Tanuta - Cantaro - Spondyliosoma cantharus

La tanuta o cantaro Spondyliosoma cantharus (Linnaeus, 1758) è un pesce di mare della famiglia Sparidae. ...

 

Percoidei is one of 18 suborders of bony fishes in the order Perciformes. Many commercially harvested fish species are contained in this suborder, including the snappers, jacks, whitings, groupers, basses, perches, and porgies.

(Wikipedia)

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 Taxonomic Hierarchy

Kingdom Animalia  – Animal, animaux, animals
   Subkingdom Bilateria
      Infrakingdom Deuterostomia
         Phylum Chordata  – cordés, cordado, chordates
            Subphylum Vertebrata  – vertebrado, vertébrés, vertebrates
               Infraphylum Gnathostomata
                  Superclass Osteichthyes  – bony fishes, poissons osseux, osteíceto, peixe ósseo
                     Class Actinopterygii  – ray-finned fishes, spiny rayed fishes, poisson épineux, poissons à nageoires rayonnées
                        Subclass Neopterygii  – neopterygians
                           Infraclass Teleostei
                              Superorder Acanthopterygii
                                 Order Perciformes  – perch-like fishes
                                    Suborder Percoidei
Direct Children:
                                       Family Acropomatidae  – temperate ocean-basses, farolitos, macondes, lanternbellies
                                       Family Aplodactylidae
                                       Family Apogonidae  – cardinalfishes, apogonidés, cardenales, poissons-cardinaux
                                       Family Arripidae
                                       Family Banjosidae
                                       Family Bathyclupeidae  – deepsea herrings
                                       Family Bramidae  – pomfrets, castagnoles, tristones
                                       Family Caesionidae  – fusilier fishes
                                       Family Callanthiidae
                                       Family Carangidae  – jacks, pompanos, carangues, pampanos, saurels, jureles y pámpanos
                                       Family Caristiidae  – manefishes
                                       Family Centracanthidae
                                       Family Centrarchidae  – sunfishes, achigans et crapets, lobinas
                                       Family Centrogeniidae
                                       Family Centropomidae  – robalos, snooks, centropomes
                                       Family Cepolidae  – red bandfishes
                                       Family Chaetodontidae  – butterflyfishes, peces mariposa, poissons-papillons
                                       Family Chandidae  – Asiatic glassfishes
                                       Family Cheilodactylidae  – jackassfishes, morwongs
                                       Family Chironemidae  – kelpfishes
                                       Family Cirrhitidae  – hawkfishes, halcones, poissons-éperviers
                                       Family Coryphaenidae  – dolphins, dorados, coryphènes, dolphinfishes, dorados
                                       Family Datnioididae
                                       Family Dichistiidae
                                       Family Dinolestidae  – long-finned pike
                                       Family Dinopercidae
                                       Family Drepaneidae Gill, 1972
                                       Family Echeneidae  – remoras, sharksuckers, rémoras, rémoras
                                       Family Emmelichthyidae  – bonnetmouths, rovers, andorreros, poissons-rubis
                                       Family Enoplosidae
                                       Family Epigonidae  – deepwater cardinalfishes
                                       Family Gerreidae  – mojarras, blanches, mojarras
                                       Family Glaucosomatidae  – pearl perches
                                       Family Grammatidae  – basslets, cabrilletas, grammatidés
                                       Family Haemulidae  – grunts, burros y roncos, grogneurs
                                       Family Howellidae
                                       Family Inermiidae  – bonnetmouths, bogas, inermiidés
                                       Family Kuhliidae  – aholeholes, mountain basses, crocros, daras, flagtails
                                       Family Kyphosidae  – pilotfishes, rudderfishes, sea chubs, chopas, kyphoses
                                       Family Lactariidae  – milkfishes, false trevallies
                                       Family Lateolabracidae Springer and Raasch, 1995
                                       Family Latridae
                                       Family Leiognathidae  – ponyfishes, slimys, slipmouths
                                       Family Leptobramidae  – beachsalmon
                                       Family Lethrinidae  – porgies, rudderfishes, scavengers, emperor breams, emperors, pigface breams, sweetlips
                                       Family Lobotidae  – flashers, tripletails, croupias, dormilonas
                                       Family Lutjanidae  – sea perches, snappers, perches de mer, vivaneaux, fusiliers, pargos y huachinangos
                                       Family Malacanthidae  – tilefishes, blanquillos, tiles
                                       Family Menidae  – moonfishes, ponyfishes
                                       Family Monodactylidae  – fingerfishes, silver angelfishes, moonfishes
                                       Family Moronidae  – temperate basses, bars, lobinas norteñas
                                       Family Mullidae  – goat fishes, chivos, surmulets, goatfishes, red mullets, surmullets
                                       Family Nandidae  – leaffishes, nandus
                                       Family Nematistiidae  – roosterfish, papagallos, plumières, roosterfishes
                                       Family Nemipteridae  – false snappers, threadfin breams
                                       Family Notograptidae
                                       Family Opistognathidae  – jawfishes, smilers, bocones, tout-en-gueule
                                       Family Oplegnathidae  – knifejaws
                                       Family Ostracoberycidae
                                       Family Pempheridae  – sweepers, barrenderos, poissons-balayeurs
                                       Family Pentacerotidae  – boarfishes, armorheads, espartanos, têtes casquées
                                       Family Percichthyidae  – temperate basses
                                       Family Percidae  – true perches, perches, percas, perches et dards, perches
                                       Family Plesiopidae  – longfins, roundheads, spiny basslets
                                       Family Polycentridae
                                       Family Polynemidae  – threadfins, barbudos, capitaines
                                       Family Polyprionidae  – náufragos, polyprions, wreckfishes
                                       Family Pomacanthidae  – ángeles, demoiselles, angelfishes
                                       Family Pomatomidae  – bluefishes, anjovas, tassergals
                                       Family Priacanthidae  – bigeyes, catalufas, beauclaires, catalufas
                                       Family Pseudochromidae  – dottybacks
                                       Family Rachycentridae  – cobias, cobias, cobilos
                                       Family Sciaenidae  – croakers, drums, roncadores, corbs, courbines, maigres, ombrines, corvinas y berrugatas, drums and croakers, tambours, coakers
                                       Family Scombropidae
                                       Family Serranidae  – groupers, sea basses, bars, mérous, serranidés, cabrillas y meros, sea basses and groupers, serrans
                                       Family Sillaginidae  – smelts, whitings, sillagos
                                       Family Sparidae  – dorades, plumas, porgies
                                       Family Sphyraenidae  – barracudas, barracudas, barracudas
                                       Family Symphysanodontidae Lee, 1989 – pargos del talud, slopefishes, symphysanodontidés
                                       Family Terapontidae
                                       Family Toxotidae  – archerfishes

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