Scorpaenidae


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Scorpaenidae

Toxicology A family of venomous bony fish–eg, lionfish, and scorpion fish which contains 30 genera and 350 spp; they are considered to be the most dangerous of all fish in terms of number and severity of injuries to the groups–scuba divers, tropical fish fanciers–affected; the fish envenomate by erecting spines on their dorsal, anal, and pelvic fins that pierce the victim's flesh and release venom Clinical Intense local pain that peaks at 60-90 mins and persists for 8-12 hrs; other manifestations include erythema, ecchymosis, pallor, induration, swelling, edema, hypesthesia, anesthesia, paresthesia, N&V, regional lymphadenopathy, necrosis; the venom is a heat-labile protein that produces hypotension, vasodilation, muscular weakness, respiratory paralysis Treatment Immerse affected body part in hot water; antivenom is available

Scorpaenidae

(skor?pen'id-e) [L. Scorpaena, the type genus, fr Gr. skorpaina + -idae] See: scorpionfish
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Family Scorpaenidae Classification by Morphology of Venom Apparatuses Subfamily names Scorpaeninae Scorpaeninae Common names Scorpionfish Lionfish (Turkeyfish) Common genera Rhinopias Dendrochirus Scorpaenopsis Pterosis Geographic Mostly tropical Mostly tropical Indian and distributions Indian and Western Pacific Oceans Western Pacific 2 Pterosis species were Oceans introduced into US waters off Few species in the of the coast of Southeast Eastern Pacific Florida in the 1990s and have Ocean from now spread from coastal North coastal California Carolina to Texas and to Central throughout the Caribbean to America Barbados.
En virtud de lo senalado, no es posible hacer comparaciones con las prevalencias de ictioacantotoxicosis por Scorpaenidae ni por otros peces oseos marinos de otras regiones de Venezuela.
Se encontro que los peces de profundidad recolectados fueron de tallas pequenas, del grupo I y II, acumulando 70% del total, los grupos estan compuestos por peces de las familias Ophidiidae, Moridea, Lophidae, Scorpaenidae, Triglidae, Paralichthydae, Pleuronectidae y Cynoglossidae (Fig.
1970a, b, 1971, 1972) and Johnson (1972) conducted a series of investigations on intraspecific variation in Sebastes alutus and other species of Sebastes, interspecific variation among Sebastes, and intergeneric variation within the Scorpaenidae, using electrophoresis of muscle proteins and several enzymatic systems.
Unidentified billfish Scorpaenidae, Scorpionfishes 148 Scorpaena spp.
The family with the most representatives was Labridae with three species, followed by Carangidae, Chironemidae, Scorpaenidae and Serranidae with two species each.
Peces oseos comerciales del Parque Gorgona, Pacifico colombiano (Osteichthyes: Muraenesocidae, Hemiramphidae, Belonidae, Scorpaenidae, Triglidae, Malacanthidae, Gerreidae, Sparidae, Kyphosidae, Sphyraenidae e Istiophoridae).
Paralichthyidae D 13 Pez mariposa Triglidae D 1 Venenoso o Escorpion Scorpaenidae D 8 Chancharro Sebastidae D 42 Tollo de J.
atrum Dusky Lanternfish Paralepididae Arctozenus risso White Barracudina Paralepididae Unidentified paralepidid Paralichthyidae Paralichthys oblongus Fourspot Flounder Phycidae Phycis chesteri Longfin Hake Phycidae Urophycis chuss Red Hake Phycidae Urophycis tenuis White Hake Scorpaenidae Helicolenus dactylopterus Blackbelly Rosefish Serrivomeridae Serriuaaner beanii Stout Sawpalate Sternoptychidae Polyipnus clarus Slope Hatchetfish Stomiidae Chauliodus cf.
Systematics, variation, distribution, and biology of the subgenus Sebastomus (Pisces, Scorpaenidae, Sebastes).
Prey family or group Prey species Gadidae Unidentified gadid species Walleye Pollock Clupeidae Herring (2) American Shad (Aloca sapidissima) Salmonidae Juvenile Chinook Salmon Juvenile salmon species Adult Chinook Salmon Adult salmon species Cottidae Pacific Staghorn Sculpin Ammodytidae Pacific Sand Lance (3) Embiotocidae Shiner Perch Rajidae Skate species Scorpaenidae Juvenile rockfish species Adult rockfish species Biomass reconstruction estimates for prey of breeding seals No.