Percoidei

Branzino - Dicentrarchus labrax

Branzino - Dicentrarchus labrax

Dicentrarchus labrax spigola branzino intotheblue.it Dicentrarchus labrax , nota comunemente come spigola (nell'Italia peninsulare e insulare) o branzino (preva...
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...
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 Castagnola Nera Damselfish Pomacentridae
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

Cernia Bruna Epinephelus marginatus Dusky Grouper Serranidae La cernia bruna (Epinephelus marginatus Lowe, 1834) è un pesce appartenente alla famiglia dei Serranidae . Habitat e distribuzione Vive comunemente nel Mar Mediterraneo ad una profondità v...
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...
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 famiglia degli Sparidi . È l'unica specie del genere Oblada .   Distribuzione e habitat ...
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, appartenente alla famiglia Sparidae. Il nome deriva dalla caratteristica striscia di color oro che il pesce ...
Salpa - Sarpa salpa

Salpa - Sarpa salpa

Salpa Sarpa salpa famiglia Sparidae unica specie del genere Sarpa 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. Distribuzione e...
Sarago - Diplodus Sargus

Sarago - Diplodus Sargus

Sarago Diplodus Sargus sparidae sparidi sparide Mar Mediterraneo Il Sarago (Diplodus ) è un genere di pesci ossei marini appartenente alla famiglia Sparidae , comunemente noti come saraghi . Descrizione Benché le dimensioni dei saraghi ...
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....

 

Percoidei è un sottordine di pesci PerciformesPercoidei – IntotheBlue.it

La superfamiglia Percoidea, utilizzata da alcuni autori, è ritenuta sinonimo di questo sottordine e non più valida. Il sottordine Polynemoidei, utilizzato da alcuni autori, è allo stesso modo considerato sinonimo.

(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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