Senin, 30 Maret 2015

The cutlassfishes are about 40 species of predatory fish in the family Trichiuridae (order Perciformes) found in seas throughout the world. Fish of this family are long, slender, and generally steely blue or silver in colour, giving rise to their name. They have reduced or absent pelvic and caudal fins, giving them an eel-like appearance, and large fang-like teeth.

Some of the species are known as scabbardfishes or hairtails; others are called frostfishes because they appear in late autumn and early winter, around the time of the first frosts.

Classification


Cutlassfish

This list of species follows FishBase:

  • Genus Aphanopus
    • >Aphanopus arigato Parin, 1994
    • Aphanopus beckeri Parin, 1994
    • Aphanopus capricornis Parin, 1994
    • Aphanopus carbo Lowe, 1839 (Black scabbardfish)
    • Aphanopus intermedius Parin, 1983 (Intermediate scabbardfish)
    • Aphanopus microphthalmus Norman, 1939 (Smalleye scabbardfish)
    • Aphanopus mikhailini Parin, 1983 (Mikhailin's scabbardfish)
  • Genus Assurger
    • Assurger anzac Alexander, 1917 (Razorback scabbardfish)
  • Genus Benthodesmus
    • Elongate frostfish, B. elongatus Clarke, 1879
    • Bigeye frostfish, B. macrophthalmus Parin & Becker, 1970
    • Neglected frostfish, B. neglectus Parin, 1976
    • Sparse-rayed frostfish, B. oligoradiatus Parin & Becker, 1970
    • North Pacific frostfish, B. pacificus Parin & Becker, 1970
    • Papuan frostfish, B. papua Parin, 1978
    • Simony's frostfish, B. simonyi Steindachner, 1891
    • Philippine frostfish, B. suluensis Parin, 1976
    • Slender frostfish, B. tenuis Günther, 1877
    • Tucker's frostfish, B. tuckeri Parin & Becker, 1970
    • Vityaz' frostfish, B. vityazi Parin & Becker, 1970
  • Genus Demissolinea
    • New Guinean hairtail, D. novaeguineensis Burhanuddin & Iwatsuki, 2003
  • Genus Eupleurogrammus
    • Longtooth hairtail, E. glossodon (Bleeker, 1860)
    • Smallhead hairtail, E. muticus (Gray, 1831)
  • Genus Evoxymetopon
    • Evoxymetopon macrophthalmus Chakraborty, Yoshino & Iwatsuki, 2006.
    • Evoxymetopon moricheni Fricke, Golani & Appelbaum-Golani, 2014
    • Evoxymetopon poeyi Günther, 1887 (Poey's scabbardfish)
    • Evoxymetopon taeniatus Gill, 1863 (Channel scabbardfish)
  • Genus Lepidopus
    • Crested scabbardfish, L. altifrons Parin & Collette, 1993
    • Hawaiian ridge scabbardfish, L. calcar Parin & Mikhailin, 1982
    • Silver scabbardfish, L. caudatus (Euphrasen, 1788)
    • Doubtful scabbardfish, L. dubius Parin & Mikhailin, 1981
    • Fitch's scabbardfish, L. fitchi Rosenblatt & Wilson, 1987
    • Ghost scabbardfish, L. manis Rosenblatt & Wilson, 1987
  • Genus Lepturacanthus
    • Coromandel hairtail, L. pantului (Gupta, 1966)
    • Savalani hairtail, L. savala (Cuvier, 1829)
  • Genus Tentoriceps
    • Crested hairtail, T. cristatus (Klunzinger, 1884)
  • Genus Trichiurus
    • Pearly hairtail, T. auriga Klunzinger, 1884
    • Trichiurus australis Chakraborty, Burhanuddin & Iwatsuki, 2005.
    • Chinese short-tailed hairtail, T. brevis Wang & You, 1992
    • Ganges hairtail, T. gangeticus Gupta, 1966
    • Largehead hairtail, T. lepturus Linnaeus, 1758
    • Trichiurus margarites Li, 1992
    • Trichiurus nanhaiensis Wang & Xu, 1992
    • Australian short-tailed hairtail, T. nickolensis Burhanuddin & Iwatsuki, 2003
    • Short-tailed hairtail, T. russelli Dutt & Thankam, 1966

Timeline of genera


Cutlassfish

References


Cutlassfish
  1. ^ Johnson, G.D. & Gill, A.C. (1998). Paxton, J.R. & Eschmeyer, W.N., ed. Encyclopedia of Fishes. San Diego: Academic Press. p. 190. ISBN 0-12-547665-5. 
  2. ^ Froese, Rainer, and Daniel Pauly, eds. (2006). "Trichiuridae" in FishBase. January 2006 version.
  3. ^ Chakraborty, Yoshino & Iwatsuki (2006). "A new species of scabbardfish, Evoxymetopon macrophthalmus (Scombroidei: Trichiuridae), from Okinawa, Japan". Ichthyological Research 53 (2): 137ff. doi:10.1007/s10228-005-0319-x. 
  4. ^ Fricke, R., Golani, D. & Appelbaum-Golani, B. (2014): Evoxymetopon moricheni, a new cutlassfish from the northern Red Sea (Teleostei: Trichiuridae). Ichthyological Research 61 (3): 293-297.
  5. ^ Anirban Chakraborty, Andi Iqbal Burhanuddin and Yukio Iwatsuki (2005). "A new species, Trichiurus australis (Perciformes: Trichiuridae), from Australia". Ichthyological Research 52 (2): 165â€"170. doi:10.1007/s10228-005-0268-4. 
  • Sepkoski, Jack (2002). "A compendium of fossil marine animal genera". Bulletins of American Paleontology 364: p.560. Retrieved 2011-05-19. 

External links


Cutlassfish
  • Listing of Trichiuridae in English and Japanese 2003-10-27


 
Sponsored Links