H

Habitats Acanthuroidei, 5:392, 5:396-403 Acipenseriformes, 4:213, 4:217-220 Albuliformes, 4:249-250, 4:252-253 alteration of, 4:74-75 angelsharks, 4:162, 4:164-165 anglerfishes, 5:48, 5:53-56 Anguilliformes, 4:255-256, 4:260-268 Atheriniformes, 5:68-69, 5:73-76 Aulopiformes, 4:432-433, 4:436-439 Australian lungfishes, 4:198 beardfishes, 5:1, 5:3 behavior and, 4:62 Beloniformes, 5:80, 5:83-86 Beryciformes, 5:115, 5:118-121 bichirs, 4:210, 4:211-212 blennies, 4:48, 4:50, 5:342, 5:345-348 bowfins, 4:230

bullhead sharks, 4:98, 4:101-102 Callionymoidei, 5:366, 5:369-371 carps, 4:298, 4:308-313 catfishes, 4:353, 4:357-366 characins, 4:337, 4:342-349 chimaeras, 4:91-92, 4:94-95 coelacanths, 4:191 Cypriniformes, 4:298, 4:307-319,

4:321-322, 4:325-333 Cyprinodontiformes, 5:91-92, 5:96-102 damselfishes, 4:42, 4:47, 4:48 deep slope and wall, 4:48 deep water, 4:56 distribution in, 4:52 dogfish sharks, 4:151, 4:155-157 dories, 5:124, 5:126-128, 5:130 eels, 4:50, 4:255-256, 4:260-268 electric eels, 4:370, 4:373-377 Elopiformes, 4:243, 4:246-247 Esociformes, 4:380, 4:383-386 flatfishes, 5:452, 5:455-463 floating, 4:62

freshwater, 4:36, 4:57-41, 4:58, 4:52 Gadiformes, 5:28-29, 5:32-39 gars, 4:221-222, 4:224-227 Gasterosteiformes, 5:134, 5:139, 5:141-147

5:380-388 Gobiesocoidei, 5:356, 5:359-363 Gonorynchiformes, 4:290, 4:293-295 ground sharks, 4:114, 4:119-128 groupers, 4:48

Gymnotiformes, 4:370, 4:373-377 hagfishes, 4:78-79, 4:80-81 hawkfishes, 4:42, 4:43, 4:48 herrings, 4:277, 4:281-287 Hexanchiformes, 4:144, 4:146-148 Labroidei, 5:277, 5:284-290, 5:294,

5:301-306 labyrinth fishes, 5:428, 5:431-434 lake, 4:38-39, 4:40, 4:52 lampreys, 4:84, 4:88-90 Lampridiformes, 4:449, 4:452-454 lanternfishes, 4:442, 4:444-446 lionfishes, 4:48

lungfishes, 4:202-203, 4:205-206 mackerel sharks, 4:132, 4:135-141 marine, 4:47-50 minnows, 4:314-315

morays, 4:47, 4:48, 4:255-256, 4:264-266 mudminnows, 4:380, 4:383-386 mullets, 4:47, 5:59-60, 5:62-65 Ophidiiformes, 5:17, 5:20-22 Orectolobiformes, 4:105, 4:108-110 Osmeriformes, 4:391-392, 4:395-401 Osteoglossiformes, 4:232, 4:237-241 parrotfishes, 4:48 Percoidei, 5:196-197, 5:202-208, 5:211-212, 5:214-217, 5:220-221, 5:225-226, 5:228, 5:230-233, 5:238-239, 5:247-253, 5:259-260, 5:266-268, 5:270-273 Percopsiformes, 5:5, 5:8-12 pikes, 4:380, 4:383-386 ragfishes, 5:352

Rajiformes, 4:176-177, 4:182-188 rays, 4:176-177, 4:182-188 river, 4:39-40, 4:52

Saccopharyngiformes, 4:272, 4:274-276 salmons, 4:405-406, 4:410-419 sawsharks, 4:168, 4:170-171 Scombroidei, 5:406, 5:409-418 Scorpaeniformes, 5:158, 5:161-162, 5:164-165, 5:169-178, 5:180-181, 5:186-193 Scorpaenoidei, 5:164-165 seahorses, 4:48 shallow, 4:53-56 skates, 4:176-177, 4:187 snakeheads, 5:438, 5:442-446 South American knifefishes, 4:370,

4:373-377 southern cod-icefishes, 5:322, 5:325-328 squirrelfishes, 4:48

Stephanoberyciformes, 5:106, 5:108-110 Stomiiformes, 4:422, 4:426-429 streams, 4:39-40, 4:62 Stromateoidei, 5:422 subtital, 4:47

Synbranchiformes, 5:151, 5:154-156 Tetraodontiformes, 5:468-469, 5:474-484 toadfishes, 5:42, 5:44-45 Trachinoidei, 5:333, 5:337-339 tropical, 4:53 tunas, 4:49 wrasses, 4:48

Zoarcoidei, 5:310-311, 5:315-317 See also Coral reef habitats Haddocks, 5:26, 5:27, 5:29, 5:30, 5:51,

5:55-34 Haemulidae, 5:255, 5:258-263 Haemulon sciurus. See Blue striped grunts;

Bluestriped grunts Hagfishes, 4:77-81, 4:80-81 evolution, 4:9-10, 4:77 physical characteristics, 4:4, 4:6, 4:25, 4:77,

4:78, 4:80-81 reproduction, 4:27, 4:50, 4:34, 4:79, 4:80-81 Haikouichthys, 4:9 Haimara. See Trahiras Hairtail blennies, 5:544, 5:345 Hairyfishes, 5:105, 5:106, 5:107, 5:109 Hakes, 5:25, 5:25-30, 5:51, 5:37-40 Halaelurus spp., 4:115 Halfbeaks, 4:12, 4:47, 4:67, 4:70, 5:79, 5:80-81

See also Blackbarred halfbeaks Halibuts, 5:451, 5:452, 5:453

See also specific species Halimochirugus alcocki. See Spikefishes Halobatrachus spp., 5:42 Halophryne spp., 5:42 Halosauridae, 4:249, 4:250 Halosauropsis spp., 4:249 Halosauropsis macrochir. See Halosaurs Halosaurs, 4:251, 4:252 Halosaurus spp., 4:249 Hamlets, 4:30, 4:45, 4:68, 5:255, 5:262 Hammerhead sharks, 4:11, 4:27, 4:113, 4:114,

4:115 Hammerjaws, 4:432

Hancock's amblydoras. See Blue-eye catfishes

Hannia spp., 5:220

Haplochromine cichlids, 4:36, 5:281

Haplochromis spp., 5:281

Haplocylicini, 5:355, 5:356

Haplocylix spp., 5:355

Haplotaxodon, 4:54

Harlequin filefishes. See Longnose filefishes Harlequin ghost pipefishes. See Ornate ghost pipefishes Harlequins, 4:505, 4:516 Harpadontidae, 4:431 Harpagiferidae. See Spiny plunderfishes Harrison, Ian J., 5:83, 5:94 Hatchetfishes, 4:336, 4:559-540, 4:549,

4:421-423, 4:425, 4:426-427 Hawaiian anthias, 4:5 Hawaiian morwongs, 5:245, 5:247-248 Hawaiian squirrelfishes, 5:115, 5:116 Hawkfishes, 4:42, 4:43, 4:45-48, 4:63,

5:235-240, 5:242-244 Hearing, 4:61 Heemstra, P. C., 5:123 Helfman, G. S., 4:390, 5:365 Helicophagus hypophthalmus. See Iridescent shark-catfishes Helmet gurnards. See Flying gurnards Helostoma spp., 5:427, 5:428 Helostoma temminckii. See Kissing gouramies Helostomatidae, 4:57, 5:427 Hemichromis spp., 5:279 Hemigaleidae. See Weasel sharks Hemilepidotus spp., 5:183 Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus. See Red Irish lords

Hemiodontidae, 4:335 Hemiramphidae. See Halfbeaks Hemiramphus far. See Blackbarred halfbeaks Hemirhamphidae, 4:47, 4:67 Hemirhamphodon spp., 5:81 Hemiscyllidae. See Longtail carpet sharks Hemitaurichthyspolycanthus, 5:238 Hemitaurichthyspolylepis, 5:241 Hemitilapia oxyrhynchus. See Giant haplochromises Hemitripteridae, 5:179 Hemoglobin, icefishes and, 5:326 Henfishes. See Lumpfishes Heniochus diphreutes. See Bannerfishes Hephaestus spp., 5:220

Hephaestus adamsoni. See Adamson's grunters Hephaestus fuliginosus. See Sooty grunters Hepsetidae, 4:335, 4:338 Hepsetus odoe. See African pikes Heptapteridae, 4:352

Heptranchias perlo. See Sharpnose sevengill sharks Heraldia spp., 5:135 Herbivorous fishes, 4:67-68

See also specific fishes Herichthys carpintis. See Tampico cichlids Herlings. See Brown trouts Hermaphrodites, 4:25-27, 4:29-30, 4:45

See also specific fishes Hernings. See Atlantic herrings Herns. See Atlantic herrings Herring jacks. See American shads Herring smelts, 4:390 Herrings, 4:57, 4:277-288, 4:278, 4:280 behavior, 4:277-278 conservation, 4:278 distribution, 4:277 evolution, 4:277

feeding ecology, 4:67, 4:69, 4:278 habitats, 4:277 humans and, 4:278-279 physical characteristics, 4:277 reproduction, 4:278 species of, 4:281-288 taxonomy, 4:12, 4:277 See also Reef herrings Herrons. See Atlantic herrings Heterenchelyidae, 4:255 Heteroclinus roseus. See Rosy weedfishes Heterodontiformes. See Bullhead sharks Heterodontus spp., 4:97

Heterodontus francisci. See California bullhead sharks

Heterodontus galeatus, 4:98 Heterodontus japonicus, 4:98, 4:101, 4:102 Heterodontus mexicanus, 4:98 Heterodontus portusjacksoni. See Port Jackson sharks Heterodontus quoyi, 4:98 Heterodontus ramalheira, 4:97, 4:98 Heterodontus zebra, 4:98, 4:101, 4:102 Heteroscyllium colcloughi. See Blue-gray carpet sharks Heterostraci, 4:9

Heterotis niloticus. See African arawanas Hexagrammidae, 5:179 Hexagrammoidei. See Greenlings Hexagrammos spp., 5:180 Hexagrammos decagrammus. See Kelp greenlings

Hexagrammos stelleri. See Whitespotted greenlings Hexanchidae, 4:143-144 Hexanchiformes, 4:11, 4:143-149, 4:145 Hexanchiforms, 4:143

Hexanchus griseus. See Bluntnose sixgill sharks Hexanchus nakamurai, 4:143 Hexanchus vitulus. See Bigeyed sixgill sharks Hexatrygon bickelli. See Sixgill stingrays Hexatrygonidae, 4:176 Hi utsuri, 4:299

Hickory shads. See Gizzard shads

High fin banded sharks. See Chinese suckers

Highbrow crestfishes. See Crestfishes

Hillstream loaches, 4:322, 4:324, 4:326, 4:328

Himantura chaophraya, 4:178

Hingemouths. See African mudfishes

Hiodon alosoides. See Goldeyes

Hiodon tergisus. See Mooneyes

Hiodontidae. See Mooneyes

Hippichthys spp., 5:134

Hippocampus spp., 4:14

Hippocampus abdominalis. See Big-bellied seahorses Hippocampus barbouri, 5:134 Hippocampus breviceps. See Short-nosed seahorses

Hippocampus capensis. See Cape seahorses Hippocampus erectus. See Lined seahorses Hippocampus kuda. See Yellow seahorses Hippoglossus hippoglossus, 5:451 Hippoglossus stenolepis. See Pacific halibuts Hippopotamyruspictus, 4:233 Hippos. See Palette tangs Hispidoberycidae, 5:105

Hispidoberyx ambagiosus. See Hispidoberycidae

Histiodraco velifer. See Sailfin plunderfishes

Histiogamphelus spp., 5:133

Histiogamphelus cristatus, 5:133

Historical ecology, 4:70

Histrio histrio. See Sargassumfishes

Hoffstetterichthys spp., 4:351

Holacanthus bermudensis. See Blue angelfishes

Holacanthus ciliaris. See Queen angelfishes

Holocentridae, 4:48, 4:67, 5:113-116

Holocentrus spp., 5:113

Holocentrus ascensionis. See Squirrelfishes

Holocephalans, 4:10

Holocephali, 4:10, 4:91

Holophagus gulo, 4:192

Holoptychius spp., 4:197

Homalopteridae, 4:321

Homeostasis, 4:23

See also Physical characteristics Homing behavior, 5:181-182

See also Behavior Honeycomb cowfishes, 5:469 Hooligans. See Eulachons Hoplias malabaricus. See Trahiras Hoplichthyidae. See Ghost flatheads Hoplobrotula spp., 5:16 Hoplolatilus spp., 5:256 Hoplosternum spp., 4:351 Hoplostethus atlanticus. See Orange roughies Horaichthys spp., 5:81

Horn sharks. See Bullhead sharks; California bullhead sharks

Horseface loaches, 4:322, 4:328, 4:331 Host fishes, 4:50 Hound sharks, 4:11, 4:113, 4:115 Howella spp., 5:220-221 Huchens, 4:405 Hucho hucho. See Huchens Humans, 4:72-76, 4:73, 4:74 Acanthuroidei and, 5:393, 5:397-403 Acipenseriformes and, 4:215, 4:217-220 Albuliformes and, 4:250, 4:252-253 angelsharks and, 4:162, 4:164-165 anglerfishes and, 5:51, 5:53-56 Anguilliformes and, 4:258, 4:262-269 Atheriniformes and, 5:71, 5:73-76 Aulopiformes and, 4:434, 4:436-439 Australian lungfishes and, 4:199 beardfishes and, 5:2, 5:3 Beloniformes and, 5:81, 5:83-86 Beryciformes and, 5:116, 5:118-121 bichirs and, 4:210, 4:211-212 blennies and, 5:343, 5:345-348 bowfins and, 4:230 bullhead sharks and, 4:99, 4:101-102 Callionymoidei and, 5:367, 5:370-371 carps and, 4:303, 4:308-313 catfishes and, 4:354, 4:357-367 characins and, 4:339, 4:342-350 chimaeras and, 4:92, 4:94-95 coelacanths and, 4:193 Cypriniformes and, 4:303, 4:307-319, 4:322, 4:325-333

Cyprinodontiformes and, 5:94, 5:96-102 dogfish sharks and, 4:153, 4:156-158 dories and, 5:124, 5:126-130 eels and, 4:258, 4:262-269 electric eels and, 4:371, 4:373-377 elephantfishes and, 4:234 Elopiformes and, 4:244, 4:247 Esociformes and, 4:381, 4:383-386 flatfishes and, 5:453, 5:455-460,

5:462-463 Gadiformes and, 5:30, 5:33-40 gars and, 4:222, 4:224-227 Gasterosteiformes and, 5:136, 5:139-141,

5:143-147 I

gobies and, 5:377, 5:380-388 IND

Gobiesocoidei and, 5:357, 5:359-363 EX

Gonorynchiformes and, 4:291, 4:293-295 ground sharks and, 4:116, 4:120-128 Gymnotiformes and, 4:371, 4:373-377 hagfishes and, 4:79, 4:80-81 herrings and, 4:278-279, 4:281-288 Hexanchiformes and, 4:144, 4:146-148 Labroidei and, 5:281, 5:284-290, 5:298,

5:301-307 labyrinth fishes and, 5:429, 5:431-434 lampreys and, 4:85-86, 4:88-90 Lampridiformes and, 4:450, 4:453-454 lanternfishes and, 4:443, 4:445-446 lungfishes and, 4:203, 4:205-206 mackerel sharks and, 4:133, 4:136-141 minnows and, 4:303, 4:314-315 morays and, 4:258, 4:265-267 mudminnows and, 4:381, 4:383-386 mullets and, 5:60, 5:62-65 Ophidiiformes and, 5:18, 5:21-22 Orectolobiformes and, 4:105-106,

4:109-111 Osmeriformes and, 4:393, 4:395-401 Osteoglossiformes and, 4:234, 4:237-241

Percoidei and, 5:199, 5:202-208, 5:212, 5:214-217, 5:222, 5:225-233, 5:243-244, 5:247-253, 5:263, 5:267-268, 5:270-273 Percopsiformes and, 5:6, 5:8-12 pikes and, 4:381, 4:383-386 ragfishes and, 5:353 Rajiformes and, 4:178-179, 4:182-188 rays and, 4:178-179, 4:182-188 Saccopharyngiformes and, 4:272,

4:274-276 salmons and, 4:407, 4:410-419 sawsharks and, 4:168, 4:170-171 Scombroidei and, 5:407, 5:409-412,

5:414-418 Scorpaeniformes and, 5:159, 5:161-162,

5:166, 5:169-178, 5:183, 5:186-193 Scorpaenoidei and, 5:166 skates and, 4:178-179, 4:187 snakeheads and, 5:439, 5:442-446 South American knifefishes and, 4:371,

4:373-377 southern cod-icefishes and, 5:323,

5:325-328 Stephanoberyciformes and, 5:106,

5:108-110 Stomiiformes and, 4:424, 4:426-430 Stromateoidei and, 5:422 Synbranchiformes and, 5:152, 5:154-156 Tetraodontiformes and, 5:471, 5:475-479,

5:481-484 toadfishes and, 5:42, 5:44-46 Trachinoidei and, 5:335, 5:337-339 Zoarcoidei and, 5:313, 5:315-318 Humbug damsels, 5:295 Humpback salmons. See Pink salmons Humphead wrasses, 4:45, 4:50, 5:293, 5:298,

5:299, 5:301 Humpnose big-eye breams, 5:264, 5:268, 5:269

Humu humus. See Blackbar triggerfishes

Huso huso. See Beluga sturgeons

Hybridogenesis, 4:66

Hydrargira limi. See Central mudminnows

Hydrocynus goliath. See Giant tigerfishes

Hydrolagus colliei. See Spotted ratfishes

Hygophum spp., 4:443

Hyperoglyphe perciformis. See Barrelfishes

Hyphessobrycon erythrostigma. See Bleeding-

heart tetras Hypolectus spp., 4:45 Hypomesus pretiosus. See Surf smelts Hypophthalmichthyinae, 4:297 Hypophthalmichthys molitrix. See Silver carps Hypoplectrus spp., 4:30, 5:262 Hypopomidae, 4:369 Hypoprion brevirostris. See Lemon sharks Hypopterus spp., 5:221 Hypoptychidae. See Sand eels Hypoptychus dybowskii. See Sand eels Hypopygus lepturus, 4:370 Hypoterus macropterus, 5:220, 5:222 Hypseleotris agilis, 5:377 Hypseleotris compressa. See Empire gudgeons Hypsidoridae, 4:351 Hypsidoris farsonensis, 4:351 Hypsurus caryi. See Rainbow seaperches Hypsypops rubicundus. See Garibaldi damselfishes Hysterocarpus traskii. See Tule perches

See also Southern cod-icefishes Icelidae, 5:179 Ichthyoborus spp., 4:69 Ichthyomyzon spp., 4:83 Ichthyomyzon unicuspis. See Silver lampreys Icosteoidei. See Ragfishes Icosteus aenigmaticus. See Ragfishes Ictaluridae, 4:6, 4:57, 4:60, 4:62, 4:352 Ictalurus punctatus. See Channel catfishes Ictiobinae, 4:321

Ictiobus cyprinellus. See Bigmouth buffalos Idiacanthus fasciola. See Black dragonfishes Imamura, Hisashi, 5:157, 5:163 Incaichthys spp., 4:351 Indian ariommas, 5:422 Indian flashlightfishes. See Splitfin flashlightfishes Indian flatheads, 5:160, 5:161, 5:162 Indonesian coelacanths, 4:189, 4:191, 4:193,

4:194, 4:199 Indoreonectes spp. See Hillstream loaches Indostomidae, 4:57, 5:131, 5:133, 5:134 Indostomus spp. See Indostomidae Indostomus paradoxus. See Armored sticklebacks Inimicus spp. See Bearded ghouls Inimicus didactylus. See Bearded ghouls Inkfishes, 4:447, 4:448

See also Crestfishes Inland silversides, 5:70, 5:72, 5:74 Inshore sand lances, 5:336, 5:337 Integumentary system, 4:15-16

See also Physical characteristics International Symposium on Phylogeny and Classification of Neotropical Fishes, 4:351 International Union for Conservation of Nature. See IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

Intrauterine cannibalism, 4:133

See also Reproduction Introduced species, 4:75

See also Humans Ipnopidae, 4:49, 4:432 Iridescent shark-catfishes, 4:355, 4:359, 4:363

Ishida, Minoru, 5:163 Isistius spp., 4:151

Isistius brasiliensis. See Cookie-cutter sharks Iso spp., 5:68

Iso rhothophilus. See Flowers of the wave Isogomphodon spp., 4:114 Istieus spp., 4:249

Istiophorus platypterus. See Sailfishes Isurus oxyrinchus. See Shortfin makos Iteroparous fishes, 4:47 See also specific fishes Itycirrhitus wilhelmi, 5:237-238 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Acipenseriformes, 4:215, 4:217, 4:218,

4:219, 4:220 Alabama cavefishes, 5:10 albacore, 5:415

angelsharks, 4:162, 4:164, 4:165 anglerfishes, 5:51 Arno gobies, 5:386 Atheriniformes, 5:70 Atlantic bluefin tunas, 5:415

Atlantic cods, 5:33 Beloniformes, 5:81 blennies, 5:343 blind cave eels, 5:155 blind cave gudgeons, 5:381 blue sharks, 4:124 Boeseman's rainbowfishes, 5:75 bull sharks, 4:121 Callionymoidei, 5:366-367 carps, 4:311 catfishes, 4:354, 4:357 cavefishes, 4:328, 4:329, 4:333 characins, 4:338 cichlids, 5:280 coelacanths, 4:193 Cypriniformes, 4:303, 4:322 Cyprinodontiformes, 5:94 Devils Hole pupfishes, 5:98 dogfish sharks, 4:152, 4:158 duckbilled buntingis, 5:83 dwarf pygmy gobies, 5:386 Esociformes, 4:380 flatfishes, 5:453 Gadiformes, 5:29-30 Gasterosteiformes, 5:136 gobies, 5:377

gray reef sharks, 4:116, 4:119 great hammerhead sharks, 4:127 haddocks, 5:34 Haplochromis chilotes, 5:286 herrings, 4:278

Hexanchiformes, 4:144, 4:147, 4:148

hogfishes, 5:302

humphead wrasses, 5:301

Labroidei, 5:298

labyrinth fishes, 5:429

leafy seadragons, 5:147

lemon sharks, 4:123

leopard sharks, 4:128

lined seahorses, 5:146

4:140, 4:141 Mary River cods, 5:231 mountain perches, 5:232 mullets, 5:60 Nassau groupers, 5:271 northern cavefishes, 5:9 oceanic whitetip sharks, 4:121 o'opo alamo'os, 5:385 Ophidiiformes, 5:18 Orectolobiformes, 4:105 Osmeriformes, 4:393 Osteoglossiformes, 4:234, 4:240 Ozark cavefishes, 5:8 pajama catsharks, 4:126 Percoidei, 5:199, 5:222, 5:242-243, 5:262 Percopsiformes, 5:6 Rajiformes, 4:178, 4:184, 4:185, 4:186 ringed pipefishes, 5:146 salmons, 4:407 sawsharks, 4:167, 4:170 Scombroidei, 5:407 Scorpaeniformes, 5:166, 5:183 sculptured seamoths, 5:145 Ngege, 5:287 southern cavefishes, 5:10 splendid coral toadfishes, 5:46 swordfishes, 5:418 Synbranchiformes, 5:152 Tetraodontiformes, 5:471

tiger sharks, 4:122 toadfishes, 5:42 trondo mainties, 5:288 weedy seadragons, 5:147

Jack crevalles. See Crevalle jacks Jacks, 5:255 amberjacks, 4:68 bar, 5:257

crevalle, 5:264, 5:266, 5:267 deepwater, 5:166

See also Carangidae; Northern pikes Jackson, K. L., 5:179 Jamoytius spp., 4:9 Janvier, P., 4:9

Japan sea basses. See Japanese perches

Japanese aras, 5:255

Japanese boarfishes, 5:123

Japanese colored carps, 4:299, 4:303, 4:311

Japanese giant perches, 5:220

Japanese gobies, 5:377

Japanese groupers. See Japanese aras

Japanese hagfishes, 4:79

Japanese ice gobies, 5:376

Japanese medakas. See Japanese rice fishes

Japanese perches, 5:223, 5:227, 5:230-231

Japanese pilchards, 4:279

Japanese pineapplefishes. See Pineconefishes

Japanese rice fishes, 5:82, 5:83

Japanese sandperches, 4:66

Japanese seaperches. See Japanese perches

Jara, Fernando, 5:99

Jawed fishes (Gnathostomata), 4:10

Jawfishes (Opistognathidae), 4:48, 5:255,

5:256, 5:258-263 Jawless fishes, 4:9-10 Jellyfishes, Stromateoidei and, 5:422 Jenkinsia spp. See Dwarf herrings Jenynsia spp., 5:89, 5:93 Jenynsiidae, 5:89 Jerusalem haddocks. See Opahs Jewelfishes. See Yellowtail damselfishes Jeweled blennies, 5:343 John dories, 5:123-124, 5:125, 5:129-130 Johnny darters, 5:197, 5:198 Johnson, David, 5:163 Johnson, G. D., 4:389, 4:390, 4:405, 4:431 on blennies, 5:341 on Scombroidei, 5:405 on Stephanoberyciformes, 5:105 on Synbranchiformes, 5:151 on Trachinoidei, 5:331 on Zeiformes, 5:123 Jones, W. J., 5:195 Jordan, D. S., 4:131 on Cyprinodontidae, 5:89 on labyrinth fishes, 5:427 on sailfin sandfishes, 5:339 Jordanella floridae, 5:92 Jordania zonope. See Longfin sculpins Joturus spp., 5:59

Juan de Fuca liparids. See Slipskin snailfishes Jumping characins. See Splash tetras Jungle perches, 5:220, 5:221, 5:224,

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