Species, Hyporhamphus unifasciatus (Ranzani, ) – halfbeak, silverstripe halfbeak, Atlantic silverstripe halfbeak, pajarito blanco del Atlántico, escribano. Froese, R. and D. Pauly. Editors. (). FishBase. Hyporhamphus unifasciatus ( Ranzani, ). Accessed through: World Register of Marine. SpeciesHyporhamphus unifasciatusAtlantic silverstripe halfbeak. To cite this page: Myers, P., R. Espinosa, C. S. Parr, T. Jones, G. S. Hammond, and T. A. Dewey.

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There are no extra little finlets between them and the tailfin. No picture found Western Central Pacific Max. Hyporhamphus unifasciatusthe common halfbeak or the Atlantic silverstripe halfbeakis a bony fish in the Hemiramphidae family. This is a schooling fish living in surface waters. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, U. You can sponsor this page. Other identification tools FishBase. Length 15 cm TL Hyporhamphus xanthopterus Valenciennes, It is a common fish and not used for food to any great extent, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature has listed its conservation status as being of ” least concern “.


Arrhamphus sclerolepis krefftii [Snubhose garfish]. Phylogenetic diversity index Ref. Species Hyporhamphus unifasciatus Atlantic silverstripe halfbeak. Hyporhamphus capensis [Cape halfbeak].

Length 40 cm TL Hemiramphus balao Lesueur, A field guide to Atlantic coast fishes unifsaciatus North America. Photo by Randall, J.

Hyporhamphus roberti hildebrandi [Central American halfbeak].

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Photo by Albernas, J. Eastern Central Pacific Max. Photo by Freitas, R. Species Length Year 1 of 1 Jump to: The ADW Hyporhxmphus gratefully acknowledges their support.

Short description Morphology Morphometrics Body elongate; lower jaw very prolonged; upper jaw short, triangular, and scaly; lower branch of first gill arch with 29 to 38 gill rakers; fins lacking spines; pectoral fins not very long; caudal fin emarginate or slightly forked; anal fin with 15 to 18 rays; back greenish, with 3 narrow, dark, bars; flanks and belly silvery white; fleshy border of lower jaw red; caudal fin light colored with dark tips Ref.

Hyporhamphus affinis [Tropical halfbeak].

There are three dark longitudinal lines on the top of the back and the fins have dusky edges. Uses authors parameter Articles with ‘species’ microformats.


Caught with ‘mandinga’ nets in Venezuela, often using lights Ref. Hyporhamphus unifasciatus [Common halfbeak]. Photo by Ratmuangkhwang, S.

WoRMS – World Register of Marine Species – Hyporhamphus unifasciatus (Ranzani, )

World Register of Marine Species. Length 18 cm SL Oxyporhamphus similis Bruun, Length 35 cm TL Rhynchorhamphus malabaricus Collette, Length 55 cm TL Hemiramphus brasiliensis Linnaeus, Hemiramphus lutkei [Lutke’s halfbeak].

Hemiramphus marginatus [Yellowtip halfbeak]. An inshore, surface-dwelling species forming sizeable schools, frequently entering estuaries Ref. Photo by Granados-Dieseldorff, P.

Hyporhamphus unifasciatus (Ranzani, 1841)

Hyporhamphus pacificus [Acute halfbeak]. Collaborators Pictures Stamps, Coins Misc. Length 37 cm TL. Hyporhamphus sajori [Japanese halfbeak].

It is sometimes caught as bycatch when fishing for other species but, although it is edible, it is not much esteemed.