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  • There is particularly high diversity among the fish populations, the families of which include: Mugelidae, Serranidae, Carangidae, Gerridae, Hemiramphidae, Plectrorhynchidae and Elopidae.

    Madagascar mangroves

  • Common pursuit predators include jacks (Family Carangidae), Great Barracudas (Sphyraena barracuda), and Yellowtail Snappers (Ocyurus chrysurus).

    Coral reef fish feeding behavior in the Caribbean

  • The structure of the ordination was driven by strong associations of sharks (Carcharhinidae), jacks (Carangidae), and large species of groupers (Serranidae) and snappers (Lutjanidae) with regions of low human population density

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  • The dominant fish species off India’s central west coast ecosystem are Sciaenids (Pseudosciaena diacanthus), Carangidae (Caranx spp.), and Engraulidae (anchovies).

    Arabian Sea large marine ecosystem

  • The dominant species off India’s northwest coast are prawn, Sciaenids (Pseudosciaena diacanthus), and Carangidae.

    Arabian Sea large marine ecosystem

  • (Carangidae) and requiem sharks (Carcharhinidae) summarized at the family levels (

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