Definition of Family serranidae

1. Noun. Marine fishes: sea basses; sea perches; groupers; jewfish.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Serranidae

family Sclerodermataceae
family Sclerotiniaceae
family Scolopacidae
family Scolytidae
family Scomberesocidae
family Scombresocidae
family Scombridae
family Scorpaenidae
family Scrophulariaceae
family Scutigeridae
family Scyliorhinidae
family Secotiaceae
family Selaginellaceae
family Sepiidae
family Septobasidiaceae
family Serranidae
family Sialidae
family Sillaginidae
family Siluridae
family Simaroubaceae
family Simuliidae
family Sirenidae
family Sisyridae
family Sittidae
family Solanaceae
family Soleidae
family Solenidae
family Soricidae
family Spalacidae
family Sparganiaceae

Literary usage of Family serranidae

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1. Annual Report of the New York Zoological Society by New York Zoological Society (1913)
"... Rhombus paru 1 month Family SERRANIDAE (Sea-basses). Striped Bass, Roccus lineatus. (Brought in as two-year- old; will be 21 years old this spring, ..."

2. The New International Encyclopædia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1904)
"A large family (Serranidae) of marine, perch-like fishes, abounding in all warm seas and in some fresh waters ..."

3. Foods and Their Adulteration: Origin, Manufacture, and Composition of Food by Harvey Washington Wiley (1917)
"... lineatus) is a fish of the family Serranidae and quite common in the Potomac. It occurs commonly around the Atlantic coast. ..."

4. The Big Game Fishes of the United States: A Collection of Critical Essays by Charles Burton Martin, Viktor Aleksandrovich Maksunov, Charles Frederick Holder, Amiya Chandra Chakravarty, David Malet Armstrong (1903)
"It belongs to the family Serranidae, in which is included the splendid striped bass, which attains a weight of one hundred pounds, and affords rare sport ..."

5. The big game fishes of the United States by Charles Frederick Holder (1903)
"It belongs to the family Serranidae, in which is included the splendid striped bass, which attains a weight of one hundred pounds, and affords rare sport ..."

6. The Sexuality Seriesby Oneil McQuick by Oneil McQuick (2006)
"... (family serranidae). These are a highly sought food fish complex made up of primarily groupers. Since even a small male can produce more than enough ..."

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