Smalleye croaker

The Smalleye croaker lives in the demersal, brackish, marine, depth range - 50 m environment.

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Common names

Akoupa celeste in Creole, French
Akoupa celeste in Creoles and Pidgins, French
Akoupa celeste in Unknown
Amor-sem-olho in Portuguese (Português)
Bacalhau in Portuguese (Português)
banana in Portuguese (Português)
Banana-rosa in Portuguese (Português)
Botervis in Dutch (Nederlands)
Botervis in Unknown
Botrofisi in South American Indian (Other)
Botrofisi in Sranan
Botrofisi in Unknown
Butterfish in English
Corvina ojo chico in Spanish (español)
Courbine tiyeux in French (français)
Croaker in English
Cururuca in Portuguese (Português)
Gomame-nibe in Japanese (日本語)
Kourbine ti-yeux in Creole, French
Kourbine ti-yeux in Creoles and Pidgins, French
Kourbine ti-yeux in Unknown
Maduro in Spanish (español)
Maria-mole in Portuguese (Português)
Olho-de-moça in Portuguese (Português)
pescada in Portuguese (Português)
Pescada sete-buchos in Portuguese (Português)
Pescada-banana in Portuguese (Português)
Pescada-rosa in Portuguese (Português)
Pescada-tunica in Portuguese (Português)
Pescadinha in Portuguese (Português)
Sete-buchos in Portuguese (Português)
Smalleye croaker in English
Socozinho in Portuguese (Português)
軟顱石首魚 in Mandarin Chinese
軟顱石首魚 in Unknown
软颅石首鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
软颅石首鱼 in Unknown

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Sciaenidae
Genus : Nebris
Species : Nebris microps
Authority : Cuvier, 1830