Curved sweeper

The Curved sweeper lives in the reef-associated, marine environment.

All but the curved sweeper (Pempheris poeyi) possess a gas bladder. The largest species is the common bullseye (Pempheris multiradiata) at 28 centimetres in length; most other species measure 16 centimetres or less. Coloration is relatively subdued. More

All but the curved sweeper (Pempheris poeyi) possess a gas bladderGas bladder The gas bladder is an internal gas-filled Organ that contributes to the ability of a fish to control its buoyancy, and thus to stay at the current water depth without having to More

* Curved sweeper, Pempheris poeyi Bean, 1885. * Pempheris rapa Mooi, 1998. * Glassy sweeper, Pempheris schomburgkii Müller & Troschel, 1848. More

curved sweeper curved sweeper (Pempheris poeyi) (Pempheris rapa) glassy sweeper glassy sweeper (Pempheris schomburgkii) (Pempheris schreineri) black-stripe sweeper black-stripe sweeper (Pempheris schwenkii) Vanikoro sweeper Vanikoro sweeper (Pempheris vanicolensis) (Pempheris xanthoptera) More

Curved Sweeper, Shortfin Sweeper Common Names in Mandarin Chinese: 短鰭單鰭魚, 短鰭單鰭魚, 短鳍单鳍鱼 Common Names in Papiamento: Babalochi Common Names in Spanish: Pemferis Colinegro Description More

Common names

Babalochi in Papiamento
Babalochi in Unknown
Curved sweeper in English
Pemferis colinegro in Spanish (español)
shortfin sweeper in English
短鰭單鰭魚 in Mandarin Chinese
短鰭單鰭魚 in Unknown
短鳍单鳍鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
短鳍单鳍鱼 in Unknown

Order : Perciformes
Family : Pempheridae
Genus : Pempheris
Species : Pempheris poeyi
Authority : Bean, 1885