Mixed Lutjanidae quiz


Pinjalo species can be identified by having the upper and lower profiles of head rounded with the eye set toward of head.
Lutjanus species can be identified by having the upper and lower profiles of head rounded, with the eye set toward the of head.

equally

unequally

upper profile

middle

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Correct: Pinjalo species can be identified by having the upper and lower profiles of head equally rounded with the eye set toward middle of head.
Lutjanus species can be identified by having the upper and lower profiles of head unequally rounded, with the eye set toward the upper profile of head.

Incorrect.

Correct: Pinjalo species can be identified by having the upper and lower profiles of head equally rounded with the eye set toward middle of head.
Lutjanus species can be identified by having the upper and lower profiles of head unequally rounded, with the eye set toward the upper profile of head.

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Select the correct species.

Quiz Par.xan

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Paracaesio xanthura can be identified by having a blue body with yellow dorsal stripe and yellow caudal fin.

Incorrect.
This species is Paracaesio xanthura.

Paracaesio xanthura can be identified by having a blue body with yellow dorsal stripe and yellow caudal fin.

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This species is Paracaesio xanthura.

Paracaesio xanthura can be identified by having a blue body with yellow dorsal stripe and yellow caudal fin.

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This species is Paracaesio xanthura.

Paracaesio xanthura can be identified by having a blue body with yellow dorsal stripe and yellow caudal fin.

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Select the correct species.

quiz Sym.spi

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This species is Symphorichthys spilurus.

Symphorichthys spilurus can be identified by having a deep body, a blunt head and being yellowish with series of bright-blue stripes on sides and head, black spot on upper caudal peduncle, orange bars on nape and between eyes.

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This species is Symphorichthys spilurus.

Symphorichthys spilurus can be identified by having a deep body, a blunt head and being yellowish with series of bright-blue stripes on sides and head, black spot on upper caudal peduncle, orange bars on nape and between eyes.

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Symphorichthys spilurus can be identified by having a deep body, a blunt head and being yellowish with series of bright-blue stripes on sides and head, black spot on upper caudal peduncle, orange bars on nape and between eyes.

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This species is Symphorichthys spilurus.

Symphorichthys spilurus can be identified by having a deep body, a blunt head and being yellowish with series of bright-blue stripes on sides and head, black spot on upper caudal peduncle, orange bars on nape and between eyes.

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Select the correct species.

Quiz Lut.gib

Lutjanus gibbus can be identified by having a snout longer and pointed, caudal fin forked with distinctly rounded lobes, a preopercular notch well developed and being red in colour.

Lutjanus gibbus can be identified by having a snout longer and pointed, caudal fin forked with distinctly rounded lobes, a preopercular notch well developed and being red in colour.

Lutjanus gibbus can be identified by having a snout longer and pointed, caudal fin forked with distinctly rounded lobes, a preopercular notch well developed and being red in colour.

Lutjanus gibbus can be identified by having a snout longer and pointed, caudal fin forked with distinctly rounded lobes, a preopercular notch well developed and being red in colour.

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divide Pristipomoides from Lutjanus

Quiz Mac.mac
Quiz Lut.boh
Prist.cf.filamentosus
Quiz Apr.vir

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