Labrus

Belongs within: Labridae. Labrus is a genus of wrasses found in the eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean. <==Labrus Linnaeus 1758L58 |–L. anthias Linnaeus 1758L58 |–L. auritus Linnaeus 1758L58 |–L. bergylta Ascanius 1767LD09 |–L. bimaculatus Linnaeus 1758L58 |–L. chinensis Linnaeus 1758L58 |–L. cretensis Linnaeus 1758L58 |–L. cynaedus Linnaeus 1758L58 |–L. exoletus Linnaeus 1758L58 |–L. falcatus Linnaeus 1758L58… Continue reading Labrus

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Labridae

Belongs within: Percomorpharia.Contains: Choerodon, Cheilinus, Xanothon, Lepidaplois, Julidinae, Labrus, Scarus. The Labridae, wrasses, are colourful warm-water marine fishes characterised by sharp, heavy teeth at the front of the mouth in conjunction with crushing pharyngeal jaws (Bond 1996). <==Labridae [Callyodontidae, Coridae, Scaridae] |–+–HarpinaeR13 | | |–Lachnolaimus maximusND13 | | |–Harpe rufaR13, F15 | | |–PimelometoponR13 |… Continue reading Labridae

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Choerodon

Belongs within: Labridae. Tuskfish Published 13 October 2019 The reefs of the Indo-west Pacific Oceans are one of the most species-rich regions of the entire marine environment. A complex geological history and high geographical complexity have contributed to drive speciation, resulting in a number of local radiations. One such radiation is the tuskfishes of the… Continue reading Choerodon