Synonyms for myripristis or Related words with myripristis

soldierfish              ostracion              randalli              scorpaenopsis              immaculatus              oligolepis              apogon              klunzinger              pseudanthias              bleekeri              brotula              sebastapistes              scorpionfish              dussumieri              cheilopogon              cyanostigma              hirundichthys              lithognathus              leiognathus              scorpaena              stegastes              macrophthalma              sparisoma              trichiurus              meeki              stenogobius              albolineatus              polydactylus              aplocheilus              taeniatus              strigatus              braueri              micropus              cyprinoides              microlepis              rubberlip              amphiesma              splitfin              macrophthalmus              microps              hyporhamphus              kner              flavolineatus              macrolepis              oreas              guichenot              flyingfish              pleurostigma              snaketail              steindachneri             



Examples of "myripristis"
"Myripristis berndti" is widespread in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
Myripristis vittata is a soldierfish from the Indo-Pacific.
"Myripristis vittata" occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade.
Myripristis adusta, common name shadowfin soldierfish, is a species of soldierfish belonging to the family Holocentridae.
Myripristis murdjan is a species of soldierfish found in the Indo-Pacific.
Myripristis kochiensis is a species of fish in the soldierfish family found in the Northwest Pacific
The blotcheye soldierfish ("Myripristis berndti") is a species of soldierfish belonging to the family Holocentridae.
Myripristis violacea is a species of fish in the soldierfish family found in the Indo-Pacific Ocean
Myripristis botche, the blacktip soldierfish, splendid soldierfish, or splendid squirrelfish, is a species of soldierfish belonging to the family Holocentridae.
Myripristis kuntee is a species of fish in the soldierfish family It is found over a wide area the Indo-Pacific and is common in some places.
"Myripristis berndti" is widespread in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. This species can be found on tropical reefs hiding in caves or under ledges, at depths of from .
Myripristis jacobus (Blackbar soldierfish) is a soldierfish from the Western Atlantic. It occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade. It grows to a size of 25 cm in length.
"Myripristis vittata" is recorded to live in the areas of Indo-Pacific, mainly from oceanic islands, from the Mascarene Islands and Seychelles to French Polynesia, and the Hawaiian Islands. "Myripristis vittata" is found in marine environments within reef-associated areas. They occupy the depth range of about 3 – 80 meters, but more specifically this species stays in the depth range of about 15 – 80 meters. This species is native to a tropical environment. They are recorded to swim upside down occasionally. This species is nocturnal and it feeds on plankton.
"Myripristis botche" can reach a length of about TL. These fishes have 11 dorsal spines and 4 anal spines. The front of head is red, while the postorbital head and the body is silvery white, with red edges of scales. Soft dorsal, anal and caudal fin show white margins and black tips. Paired fins are white.
A sedentary ambush predator, the Pacific angelshark feeds mainly on bony fishes, including kelp bass, croakers, flatfishes, damselfishes, mackerels, and sardines. During the winter and early spring, spawning squid are abundant and become the primary source of food. In the southern Gulf of California, the most important prey species are, in descending order, the mackerel "Decapterus macrosoma", the toadfish "Porichthys analis", the lizardfish "Synodus evermann", the soldierfish "Myripristis leiognathus", and the shrimp "Sicyonia penicillata". At Catalina Island, this species feeds mainly on the blacksmith ("Chromis punctipinnis") and the queenfish ("Seriphus politus"). Adults and juveniles have similar diets.
"Myripristis jacobus" can be located in a marine environment within a subtropical climate. They live in reef-associated waters. "Myripitis jacobus" is recorded to be found in the Western Atlantic, Bahamas, Northern Gulf of Mexico, West Indies, the Caribbean Sea, Cape Verde, Principe, Ascension, and St. Helena islands. The biology of this species states that they can be found in coral reefs within deep waters. They are a nocturnal species. They mainly eat plankton. This species is occasionally marketed, but it is not popularly bought as a fish to eat. It is a bright red color along with a black bar behind its head. It also is trimmed with white lines on its fins. This species is also found swimming upside-down at times.