Atlas of marine bony fish otoliths (sagittae) of Southeastern-Southern Brazil Part IV: Perciformes (Centropomidae, Acropomatidae, Serranidae, Priacanthidae, Malacanthidae, Pomatomidae, Carangidae, Lutjanidae, Gerreidae and Haemulidae)

  • Marina Rito Brenha-Nunes Universidade de São Paulo; Instituto Oceanográfico
  • César Santificetur Universidade de São Paulo; Instituto Oceanográfico
  • Valéria Regina Martins Conversani Universidade de São Paulo; Instituto Oceanográfico
  • Marcella Bockis Giaretta Universidade de São Paulo; Instituto Oceanográfico
  • Carmen Lucia Del Bianco Rossi-Wongtschowski Universidade de São Paulo; Instituto Oceanográfico
  • Carolina Correia Siliprandi Universidade de São Paulo; Instituto Oceanográfico

Abstract

This publication is part of a series that will constitute an Atlas of Teleostei Otoliths for the Southeastern-Southern Brazilian area. It presents the results of the morphological and morphometric analyses of 31 Perciformes (two species of Centropomidae; two of Acropomatidae; two of Serranidae; two of Priacanthidae; two of Malacanthidae; one of Pomatomidae; six of Carangidae; three of Lutjanidae; five of Gerreidae and six of Haemulidae). Whenever available in the collection, otoliths from three distinct specimen sizes were illustrated and photographed in order to show their variation during development. For each characteristic the frequency of occurrence was calculated within each length class (TL) and among length classes (during development) and differences were analyzed by a multiple χ² test (significance 0.05).

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Published
2016-01-01
How to Cite
Brenha-Nunes, M., Santificetur, C., Conversani, V., Giaretta, M., Rossi-Wongtschowski, C., & Siliprandi, C. (2016). Atlas of marine bony fish otoliths (sagittae) of Southeastern-Southern Brazil Part IV: Perciformes (Centropomidae, Acropomatidae, Serranidae, Priacanthidae, Malacanthidae, Pomatomidae, Carangidae, Lutjanidae, Gerreidae and Haemulidae) . Brazilian Journal of Oceanography, 64(spe1), 23-75. https://doi.org/10.1590/S1679-875920161100064(sp1)
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