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Micropogonias undulatus

(Linnaeus 1766)

Micropogonias undulatus was originally described as Perca undulatus by Linnaeus in 1766. It belongs to the family Sciaenidae. It is commonly known as Atlantic croaker but has many other common names such as Atlantic croaker in USA, Ishimochi in Japan, Roncadina in Cuba, Ørnefisk in Denmark, Rumpukala in Finland. more common names It is found in Fresh, Brackish and Salt water.
Species   undulatus
AuthorWI   Linnaeus [C.]
AuthorNI   Linnaeus
Qualification   ---
Year   1766
Status   Valid
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Acanthuriformes Acanthuriformes
Family   Sciaenidae
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Genus   Micropogonias
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Acanthuriformes
Family   Sciaenidae
Genus   Micropogonias
Original Name   Perca        
Taxon Name   undulata
Original Combination   Perca undulata
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Perca undulata
OriginalSubGenus   Perca
Original Author   Linnaeus
Original AuthorWI   Linnaeus [C.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1766
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Carolina [South Carolina] and Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, U.S.A.
Type Catalogue   Type catalog: Goode & Bean 1885:202 [ref. 1841], Wheeler 1985:61 [ref. 20705].
Primary Code   ---
Page   483

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---

Current Genus Species Micropogonias undulatus
Current Species undulatus
Current Genus Micropogonias
Current AuthorWI Linnaeus [C.]
Current AuthorNI Linnaeus
Current Year 1766
Current Family Sciaenidae
Current Subfamily
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Habitat freshwater, brackish, marine.        
Water Fresh, Brackish and Salt water
Depth Range From 0 to 100 meters.

Current Summary   Valid as Micropogonias undulatus  (Linnaeus 1766). Sciaenidae.
Name History   •Valid as Micropogonias undulatus (Linnaeus 1766) -- (Chao 1978:32 [ref. 6983], Lee et al. 1980:760 [ref. 22416], Smith 1986:434 [ref. 22186], Robins & Ray 1986:188 [ref. 23100], Boschung 1992:146 [ref. 23239], Murdy et al. 1997:194 [ref. 23144], Castro-Aguirre et al. 1999:367 [ref. 24550], Fuller et al. 1999:409 [ref. 25838], Chao 2003:1630 [ref. 27097], Nelson et al. 2004:148 [ref. 27807], Boschung & Mayden 2004:609 [ref. 27995], McEachran & Fechhelm 2005:435 [ref. 28815], Miller 2006:352 [ref. 28615], García-Hernández et al. 2009:93 [ref. 37265], Raz-Guzmán et al. 2018:346 [ref. 36407], Robins et al. 2018:359 [ref. 35886]).

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altipinnis Micropogonias altipinnis (Günther [A.] 1864)Valid
argenteus Micropogonias argenteus (Cuvier [G.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1830)Synonym
costatus Micropogonias costatus (Mitchill [S. L.] 1815)Synonym
croker Micropogonias croker (Lacepède [B. G. E.] 1802)Synonym
ectenes Micropogonias ectenes (Jordan [D. S.] & Gilbert [C. H.] 1882)Valid
fasciatus Micropogonias fasciatus (de Buen [F.] 1961)Synonym
furnieri Micropogonias furnieri (Desmarest [A. G.] 1823)Valid
manni Micropogonias manni (Moreno [C.] 1970)Synonym
megalops Micropogonias megalops (Gilbert [C. H.] 1890)Valid
opercularis Micropogonias opercularis (Quoy [J. R. C.] & Gaimard [J. P.] 1825)Synonym
woodwardi Micropogonias woodwardi (Fowler [H. W.] 1937)Synonym
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