Comb grouper

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Comb grouper is important for small-scale artisanal fisheries as well as amateur fishing. It is common throughout its Brazilian range, but is regarded as a target of a “heavy” fishing pressure by Floeter et al. (2006). More

comb grouper on the sheltered scads strengthen the protective hypothesis of the fish-jellyfish association (Mansueti, 1963; Rees, 1966). More

acutirostris (the comb grouper) are four sympatric serranid of remarkable ecological and commercial importance. This study investigated the feeding of these four species in the S More

I saw a comb grouper lying on the sand. Its color was pale, its tail fin collapsed and lying twisted to the side on the sand, and its pectoral fins were by its side. More

adult Comb Grouper - rare for this area. Invasive Lionfish sighting has been reported to REEF and to Cayman Islands Dept of Environment. less Subscriptions (1) ssbatcheler ssbatch... Subscribers (7) videmand videmand jcubert jcubert jonesor jonesor neoprenediver neoprened... More

Common names

Badèche peigne in French (français)
Badejete in Portuguese (Português)
Badejo-mira in Portuguese (Português)
Badejo-saltão in Portuguese (Português)
bonací rojo in Spanish (español)
cherna peineta in Spanish (español)
Comb grouper in English
Cuna negra in Spanish (español)
Mira in Portuguese (Português)
Saltão in Portuguese (Português)
Serigado-Tapoã in Portuguese (Português)
Wavy-lined grouper in Unknown
western comb grouper in English
尖吻喙鱸 in Mandarin Chinese
尖吻喙鲈 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Serranidae
Genus : Mycteroperca
Species : Epinephelus undulosus
Authority : Valenciennes, 1828