Species, Hyporhamphus unifasciatus (Ranzani, ) – halfbeak, silverstripe halfbeak, Atlantic silverstripe halfbeak, pajarito blanco del Atlántico, escribano. Froese, R. and D. Pauly. Editors. (). FishBase. Hyporhamphus unifasciatus ( Ranzani, ). Accessed through: World Register of Marine. SpeciesHyporhamphus unifasciatusAtlantic silverstripe halfbeak. To cite this page: Myers, P., R. Espinosa, C. S. Parr, T. Jones, G. S. Hammond, and T. A. Dewey.
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Length 30 cm TL Hyporhamphus unifasciatus Ranzani, Its range includes both the Atlantic coasts of America, the Caribbean coast and the Gulf of Mexico, and its range extends as far north as the Gulf of Maine. This is a schooling fish living in surface waters. There are no extra little finlets between them and the tailfin. Hyporhammphus is sometimes caught as bycatch when fishing for other species but, although it is edible, it is not much esteemed. Species Hyporhamphus unifasciatus Atlantic silverstripe halfbeak.
Gulf of Maine Research Unit. Hyporhamphus acutus [Pacific halfbeak]. Please see our brief essay. Retrieved 25 Unifasfiatus Arrhamphus sclerolepis [Northern snubnose garfish].
Hyporhampus page was last edited on 22 Marchat While ADW staff and contributors provide references to books and websites that we believe are reputable, we cannot necessarily endorse the contents of references beyond our control. Length 18 cm SL Nuifasciatus similis Bruun, Caught with unifasciaus nets in Venezuela, often using lights Ref.
A field guide to Atlantic coast fishes of North America. Hyporhamphus unifasciatus Ranzani, . Short description Morphology Morphometrics Body elongate; lower jaw very prolonged; upper jaw short, triangular, and scaly; lower branch of first gill arch with 29 to 38 gill rakers; fins lacking spines; pectoral fins not very long; caudal fin emarginate or slightly forked; anal fin with 15 to 18 rays; back greenish, with 3 narrow, dark, bars; flanks and belly silvery white; fleshy border of lower jaw red; caudal fin light colored with dark tips Ref.
Length 53 hyporhsmphus TL Euleptorhamphus viridis van Hasselt, To cite this page: Hyporhamphus unifasciatus Atlantic silverstripe halfbeak Also: No picture found Western Central Atlantic Max. This map was computer-generated and has not yet been reviewed. Hemiramphus lutkei [Lutke’s halfbeak]. Edible but not really appreciated Ref.
Arrhamphus sclerolepis krefftii [Snubhose garfish]. Hyporhamphus unicuspis [Simpletooth halfbeak]. Hyporhamphus unifasciatusthe common halfbeak or the Atlantic silverstripe halfbeakis a bony fish in the Hemiramphidae family. Hyporhamphus limbatus [Congaturi halfbeak]. Other identification tools FishBase.
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ADW: Hyporhamphus unifasciatus: CLASSIFICATION
An inshore, surface-dwelling species forming sizeable schools, frequently entering estuaries Ref. Length 37 cm TL. Hemiramphus depauperatus [Tropical half-beak fish].
Length 25 cm SL. This map was computer-generated and has not yet been reviewed. Length 55 cm TL Hemiramphus brasiliensis Linnaeus, A field guide to Atlantic coast fishes of North America.
The dorsal fin has 14 to 16 soft rays and the anal fin has 15 to 17 soft rays, these two fins being of equivalent size and both being set far back near the caudal peduncle.
The common halfbeak is native to the sub-tropical western Atlantic Ocean. Hyporhamphus unifasciatus Conservation status. No picture found Southwest Pacific Max. Length 25 cm TL Hyporhamphus sindensis Regan, Length 26 cm SL Hyporhamphus ihi Phillipps, In other projects Wikimedia Commons. An inshore, surface-dwelling species forming sizeable schools, frequently entering estuaries Ref. High, minimum population doubling time less than 15 months Preliminary K or Fecundity.
Hyporhamphus unifasciatus [Common halfbeak]. Hyporhamphus rosae [California halfbeak].
Photo by Miyahara, H. Hyporhamphus roberti roberti [Slender halfbeak]. It is an omnivore, feeding on algaepieces of seagrass, small invertebrates and fish.