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 Cynoscion guatucupa (Cuvier, 1830)
   NamebankID: 125417
   LSID:  urn:lsid:ubio.org:namebank:125417   (view metadata)
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Classification: (According to: PreUnion)
  Cellular life
    Eukaryota
      Opisthokonts
        Choanoflagellates and animals
          Metazoa
            Epitheliates
              Bilateria
                Deuterostomia
                  Chordata
                    Craniata
                      Vertebrata
                        Gnathostomata
                          Osteichthyes
                            Actinopterygii
                              Perciformes
                                Sciaenidae
                                  Cynoscion Gill, 1861
                                    Cynoscion guatucupa (Cuvier, 1830)


Alternate Classifications:
Fish: W.T. Eschmeyer
Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2007
uBiota 2008-03-20T10:36:50-04:00
Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2008



Synonyms:
Cynoscion guatucupa
Otolithus guatucupa Cuvier, 1830



Common Names:
English | Mandarin Chinese | Portuguese | Spanish
 
English
    Stripped weakfish
Mandarin Chinese
    乌拉圭犬牙石首鱼
    烏拉圭犬牙石首魚
Portuguese
    Maria-mole
    Pescada-olhuda
    Pescada maria mole
Spanish
    Pescadilla de calada



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Associated Taxonomic Groups
Pisces
Sciaenidae



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Record Inserted
Cynoscion guatucupa (Cuvier, 1830)Apr 15, 2003 Eschmeyer, William
 



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