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Euphanerops, 4:9

Gobiesocoidei, 5:355

Fahay, M. P.

Eupotmicroides spp., 4:151

Gonorynchiformes, 4:289-290

on Gadiformes, 5:25, 5:29

Euprotomicrus bispinatus. See Pygmy sharks

ground sharks, 4:113

on red hakes, 5:28

Eurasian minnows, 4:306, 4:309, 4:314

Gymnotiformes, 4:369

on white hakes, 5:28, 5:39

European carps. See Common carps

hagfishes, 4:9-10, 4:77

Fairy basslets, 4:44, 4:48, 4:67, 5:255, 5:259,

European catfishes. See European wels

herrings, 4:277

5:261

European Community, pufferfish products

Hexanchiformes, 4:143

Fall herrings. See Atlantic herrings

and, 5:471

Labroidei, 5:275-276, 5:293

False catsharks, 4:113, 4:114, 4:118, 4:124,

European eels, 4:6, 4:256, 4:257, 4:260,

labyrinth fishes, 5:427

4:125

4:261-262

lampreys, 4:9-10, 4:83

False clown anemonefishes. See Clown

European mudminnows, 4:379, 4:380, 4:382,

Lampridiformes, 4:447-448

anemonefishes

4:384, 4:385-386

lanternfishes, 4:441

False-eye puffers, 5:470

European perches, 5:49, 5:198

lungfishes, 4:201

False rednose tetras. See False rummynose

European pilchards, 4:280, 4:285-286

mackerel sharks, 4:131-132

tetras

European plaice. See Plaice

minnows, 4:297

False rummynose tetras, 4:340, 4:345

European sea basses, 4:31, 5:198

morays, 4:255

False talking catfishes. See Blue-eye catfishes

European smelts, 4:392, 4:393

mudminnows, 4:379

Fan-tailed ragfishes. See Ragfishes

European stone loaches. See Stone loaches

mullets, 5:59

Fang blennies, 4:69

European sturgeons. See Beluga sturgeons

Ophidiiformes, 5:15-16

Fangtooth fishes, 5:113, 5:115, 5:117, 5:118,

European wels, 4:355, 4:360, 4:366

Orectolobiformes, 4:105

5:119

Euryhaline fishes, 4:47

Osmeriformes, 4:389-390

FAO. See Food and Agriculture Organization

Eurypharyngidae, 4:271, 4:272

Osteoglossiformes, 4:231

of the United Nations

Eurypharynx pelecanoides. See Pelican eels

Percoidei, 5:195, 5:211, 5:219, 5:235, 5:255

Fat sleepers, 5:374

Eustomias spp., 4:421, 4:422

Percopsiformes, 5:5

Fatbacks. See Atlantic menhadens

Eustomias schmidti. See Scaleless dragonfishes

pikes, 4:379

Fathead minnows, 4:33, 4:301, 4:302, 4:303,

Eutaeniophorus spp., 5:106

ragfishes, 5:351

4:307, 4:314-315

Euteleostei, 4:11

Rajiformes, 4:173-174

Fathead sculpins, 5:179, 5:180, 5:182

Eutrophication, haplochromine cichlids and,

rays, 4:10, 4:173-174

Fathom fishes. See Eulachons

5:281

Saccopharyngiformes, 4:271

Featherfin knifefishes, 4:11

Feeding ecology, 4:17, 4:39, 4:40, 4:67-69 Acanthuroidei, 5:393, 5:397-403 Acipenseriformes, 4:214, 4:217-220 Albuliformes, 4:250, 4:252-253 angelsharks, 4:162, 4:164-165 anglerfishes, 5:50, 5:53-56 Anguilliformes, 4:256, 4:257, 4:261-269 Atheriniformes, 5:69, 5:73-76 Aulopiformes, 4:433, 4:436-439 Australian lungfishes, 4:198 beardfishes, 5:1, 5:3 Beloniformes, 5:80-81, 5:83-86 Beryciformes, 5:115-116, 5:118-121 bichirs, 4:210, 4:211-212 blennies, 5:342-343, 5:345-348 bowfins, 4:230

bullhead sharks, 4:98, 4:101-102 Callionymoidei, 5:366, 5:369-371 carps, 4:299-300, 4:308-313 catfishes, 4:68, 4:69, 4:353, 4:357-366 characins, 4:337-338, 4:342-350 chimaeras, 4:92, 4:94-95 coelacanths, 4:192

Cypriniformes, 4:299-300, 4:307-319,

4:322, 4:325-333 Cyprinodontiformes, 5:92, 5:96-102 damselfishes, 4:50, 4:67 dogfish sharks, 4:152, 4:156-158 dories, 5:124, 5:126-127, 5:129-130 eels, 4:17, 4:256, 4:257, 4:261-269 electric eels, 4:69, 4:371, 4:373-377 elephantfishes, 4:68, 4:238 Elopiformes, 4:243, 4:246-247 Esociformes, 4:380, 4:383-386 flatfishes, 5:452-453, 5:455-463 Gadiformes, 5:29, 5:33-39 gars, 4:222, 4:224-227 Gasterosteiformes, 5:135, 5:139-147 gobies, 5:375-376, 5:380-388 Gobiesocoidei, 5:356-357, 5:359-363 Gonorynchiformes, 4:290, 4:293-295 ground sharks, 4:115, 4:119-128 Gymnotiformes, 4:68, 4:371, 4:373-377 hagfishes, 4:79, 4:80-81 herrings, 4:67, 4:69, 4:278, 4:281-287 Hexanchiformes, 4:144, 4:146-148 Labroidei, 5:277-279, 5:284-290,

5:295-296, 5:301-307 labyrinth fishes, 5:428, 5:431-434 lampreys, 4:69, 4:84, 4:85, 4:88-90 Lampridiformes, 4:449-450, 4:452-454 lanternfishes, 4:443, 4:445-446 lungfishes, 4:203, 4:205-206 mackerel sharks, 4:133, 4:135-141 marine fishes, 4:44, 4:50-51 minnows, 4:69, 4:299-300, 4:314-315, 4:322 morays, 4:68, 4:256, 4:265-267 mudminnows, 4:380, 4:383-386 mullets, 4:17, 4:69, 5:60, 5:62-65 Ophidiiformes, 5:17, 5:20-22 Orectolobiformes, 4:105, 4:109-111 Osmeriformes, 4:392-393, 4:395-401 Osteoglossiformes, 4:233, 4:237-241 parrotfishes, 4:17, 4:50, 4:67 Percoidei, 5:197-198, 5:202-208, 5:212, 5:214-217, 5:221, 5:225-226, 5:228, 5:230-233, 5:240-242, 5:247-253, 5:260-261, 5:266-268, 5:270-273 Percopsiformes, 5:5, 5:8-12 pikes, 4:380, 4:383-386

ragfishes, 5:352-353 Rajiformes, 4:177-178, 4:182-188 rays, 4:177-178, 4:182-188 Saccopharyngiformes, 4:272, 4:274-276 salmons, 4:68, 4:407, 4:410-419 sawsharks, 4:168, 4:170-171 Scombroidei, 5:406, 5:409-418 Scorpaeniformes, 5:158, 5:161-162, 5:165,

5:169-178, 5:182, 5:186-193 Scorpaenoidei, 5:165 sea basses, 4:44, 4:68 sharks, 4:69

skates, 4:177-178, 4:187 snakeheads, 5:438-439, 5:442-446 South American knifefishes, 4:371, 4:373-377 southern cod-icefishes, 5:322, 5:325-328 Stephanoberyciformes, 5:106, 5:108-110 stingrays, 4:68, 4:177-178 Stomiiformes, 4:423-424, 4:426-429 Stromateoidei, 5:422 Synbranchiformes, 5:151, 5:154-156 Tetraodontiformes, 5:470, 5:474-475,

5:477-484 toadfishes, 5:42, 5:44-45 Trachinoidei, 5:333-334, 5:337-339 trouts, 4:68, 4:407 whale sharks, 4:67, 4:110 wrasses, 4:50, 4:68, 4:69 Zoarcoidei, 5:311-312, 5:315-318 Festucalex cinctus, 5:134 Fiddlers. See Channel catfishes Fierasfer dubius. See Carapus bermudensis Filefishes, 4:48, 4:67, 4:69, 4:70, 5:467-471 See also Longnose filefishes; Scrawled filefishes Filleul, A., 4:255 Finback catsharks, 4:113, 4:114 Fine-scaled yellowfins. See Smallscale yellowfins Fingerfishes. See Monos Fingerlings, 5:183 Fink, S. V., 4:289

Fink, W. L., 4:289, 4:389, 4:390, 4:421 Fins, 4:14-15, 4:17-18, 4:22

See also Physical characteristics Fire dartfishes. See Fire gobies Fire eels, 5:152, 5:153, 5:154 Firefishes. See Fire gobies Fire gobies, 5:375, 5:378, 5:383, 5:387-388 Fish ladders, 4:73

Fisheries, 4:73-74, 4:279, 4:288, 4:361, 4:393, 4:400, 5:280-281 See also Humans Fishery Management Plan for Sharks of the

Atlantic Ocean, 4:106 Fishes, 4:3-8 behavior, 4:60-71 benthic, 4:47, 4:48, 4:49 benthopelagic, 4:47, 4:48, 4:49 biogeography, 4:52-59 communication signals, 4:19-23, 4:60, 4:61-62

coral reef, 4:35, 4:42, 4:43, 4:61 deep-sea, 4:56, 4:392 distribution, 4:52-59, 4:55t, 4:56 eggs, 4:22-33, 4:30, 4:31, 4:34, 4:46, 4:65, 4:66

evolution, 4:9-13

feeding ecology, 4:17, 4:39, 4:40, 4:67-69 as food, 4:73-74, 4:75

freshwater, 4:36-41, 4:50, 4:52 humans and, 4:72-76, 4:73, 4:74 jawed vs. jawless, 4:10 marine, 4:42-51, 4:43, 4:44, 4:50, 4:52 movement of, 4:14, 4:17-20, 4:26 pelagic, 4:39, 4:47, 4:48, 4:49 physical characteristics, 4:3-6, 4:4-7,

4:14-28, 4:15-12, 4:21, 4:22, 4:24-27 reproduction, 4:25-27, 4:29-35, 4:31-33,

4:32, 4:64-67 respiration, 4:6, 4:12, 4:23-24, 4:25 schools of, 4:63-64, 4:277-278 taxonomy, 4:9-13 See also names of specific fish Fishing rights, 4:73

See also Humans Fistularia spp. See Cornetfishes Fistularia petimba. See Red cornetfishes Fistularia tabacaria. See Blue-spotted cornetfishes Fistulariidae. See Cornetfishes Fitch, J. E., 5:352, 5:353 Flabby whalefishes, 5:105, 5:106 Flagtail aholeholes. See Flagtail kuhlias Flagtail kuhlias, 5:220, 5:224, 5:227, 5:228 Flagtail prochilodus, 4:341, 4:345, 4:348 Flagtails. See Kuhlias Flashlightfishes, 5:113-116, 5:115, 5:117, 5:118

Flatfishes, 5:449-465, 5:450, 5:454 behavior, 5:452 conservation status, 5:453 distribution, 5:452 evolution, 5:449-450 feeding ecology, 5:452-453 habitats, 5:452 humans and, 5:453

physical characteristics, 4:14, 5:450-452 reproduction, 4:34, 4:35, 5:451, 5:453 species of, 5:455-463 taxonomy, 5:449-450 Flathead catfishes, 4:351 Flathead mullets, 5:59, 5:61, 5:63, 5:64 Flathead sculpins, 5:181 Flatheads, 4:68, 5:157-162, 5:160

See also Duckbills Flegler-Balon, Christine, 4:193 Floating habitats, 4:62 Florida gars, 4:222, 4:223, 4:226, 4:227 Florida spotted gars. See Florida gars Flounders, 4:70, 5:453 Flowers of the wave, 5:72, 5:73, 5:75-76 Flukes. See Summer flounders Fluviphylax spp., 5:90 Flying gurnards, 5:157-162, 5:160 Flyingfishes, 4:4, 4:12, 4:30, 4:49, 4:67, 4:70,

5:79-81 Fodiator spp., 5:79-80 Foetorepus spp., 5:365, 5:366 Food, fish as, 4:73-74, 4:75 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Alaska pollocks, 5:36 albacore, 5:415 Atlantic bluefin tunas, 5:415 Atlantic mackerels, 5:414 blue marlins, 5:411 flathead mullets, 5:64 gobies, 5:377 king mackerels, 5:414

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (continued) largehead hairtails, 5:417 mullets, 5:60 sailfishes, 5:410 skipjack tunas, 5:412 swordfishes, 5:418 wahoos, 5:412 Forbesella agassizi. See Spring cavefishes Forbesichthys agassizii. See Spring cavefishes Forcepsfishes, 5:241-242 Forcipiger flavissimus. See Forcepsfishes Forcipiger longirostris. See Longnose butterflyfishes Forey, P., 4:189 Forkbeards. See Hakes Forked-tail cats. See Channel catfishes Four-spined sandperches, 5:331 Four-winged flyingfishes, 5:80 Foureyed fishes. 4:57

See also Largescale foureyes Foureyes. See Largescale foureyes Foxface rabbitfishes, 5:395, 5:398, 5:402-403 Foxfaces. See Foxface rabbitfishes Freshwater aholeholes. See Jungle perches Freshwater angelfishes, 5:282, 5:287-288 Freshwater batfishes. See Chinese suckers Freshwater blennies, 5:342 Freshwater butterflyfishes, 4:232, 4:233,

4:236, 4:240-241, 5:49 Freshwater dogfishes. See Bowfins Freshwater fishes, 4:36-41, 4:50, 4:52, 4:56-58, 4:57, 4:76 See also specific fishes Freshwater habitats, 4:36, 4:37-41, 4:38

See also Habitats Freshwater herrings. See Alewives Freshwater kuhlias. See Jungle perches Freshwater pompanos. See Pirapitingas Freshwater stingrays, 4:57, 4:173, 4:174,

4:176-177, 4:180, 4:184-186 Freshwater sturgeons. See Lake sturgeons Fricke, Hans, 4:189, 4:191, 4:193 Fricke, R., 5:365 Fries' gobies, 5:377

4:146-147 Fringelip mullets, 5:61, 5:62-63 Fritzinger, Leopold J. F. J., 4:201 Frogfishes, 4:64, 5:47-51, 5:54 Froghead eels, 4:259, 4:263 Frogmouth catfishes, 4:353 Frostfishes. See Atlantic tomcods Fugus, 5:471, 5:472, 5:476, 5:482 Fundulidae, 5:92, 5:94 Fundulus spp., 5:89 Fundulus catenatus, 5:92, 5:93 Fundulus diaphanus, 5:92 Fundulus fuscus, 5:91 Fundulus heteroclitus, 5:94 Fundulus heteroclitus macrolepidotus. See

Northern mummichogs Furgaleus macki, 4:116 Fusiliers, 4:67, 5:255, 5:257-263

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