Callionymidae

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Callionymidae

family of fish containing only the poisonous stinkfish.
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Annotated checklist of the dragonet families Callionymidae and Draconettidae (Teleostei: Cal-lionymoidei), with comments on callionymid fish classification.
Revision of the Indo-Pacific genera and species of the dragonet family Callionymidae (Teleostei).
Both sole and dragonets (Tables 4 and 6) certainly show morphological adaptations to this substratum type and are dorsoventrally flattened to a greater (sole) or lesser (dragonet) extent.
Following the 1997--1998 El Nino, two specimens of the blacklip dragonet were collected in the Southern California Bight (SCB) by semiballoon (7.
Dragonets of the genus Synchiropus Gill, 1859, are small, bottom-dwelling fishes from the tropical Indian and Pacific Oceans and comprise approximately 27 species (Fricke 1983).
There are also the usual pouting, coalfish and whiting and a few dragonets taken.
At our home in Chicago, Cindy and I have installed a ninety-gallon aquatic environment which, I am happy to say, is home to many varieties of anthia, butterflyfish, triggerfish, dragonets, surgeonfish, lionfish, goby, and wrasse, in addition to many varieties of coral, starfish, and other invertebrates.
34) While the tree trunks twist themselves into hideous postures (rendered positively spectral by the Forest's ancestral antiquity (35)), the willow, the monarch of the valley, metamorphoses into a half-plant-like, half-human monster, pawing the air with its long-fingered hands, its roots transformed into dragonets (154).