By Donatella Crosetti, Stephen J. M. Blaber
Mullets (grey mullets) are a relatives (Mugilidae) and order of ray-finned fish present in temperate and tropical waters around the world. There are nearly eighty species of mullet; those fish were thought of a big foodstuff resource in Mediterranean Europe when you consider that Roman instances. This e-book offers a protracted late replace at the biology and ecology of mullets and contours entire insurance of the major good points of the Mugilidae family, similar to fresh DNA proof and morphological info that problem the conventional taxonomy.
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Crenimugil is the brother genus of Osteomugil, part of the Crenimugilini tribe within the Rhinomugilinae subfamily (Xia et al. submitted, Fig. 1). Crenimugil consists of three nominal species: C. crenilabis, C. buchanani and C. 1). No diagnostic morpho-anatomical traits were revealed when 68 morpho-anatomical characters were plotted onto the molecular phylogenetic tree (Xia et al. submitted, Fig. 2). The genus Crenimugil has a wide Indo-West Pacific distribution. 1. Polyphyletic Mugilidae species in the molecular phylogenetic trees of Durand et al.
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