Lineatus

Some articles on lineatus:

Acontophiops Lineatus
... was formerly placed in a monotypic (single species) genus as Acontophiops lineatus ... placed both of these within the genus Acontias, which, as Acontias lineatus was already occupied, required a new name for this species ...
Lineated Woodpecker - Subspecies
... the sides of the face is reduced or lacking also smaller than similis and nominate lineatus ... lineatus (Linnaeus, 1766) – eastern and southern Costa Rica south to western Colombia and east to Trinidad, the Guianas and northeastern and eastern Brazil (Mar ... Smaller than nominate lineatus ...
Achirus Lineatus
... The Lined Sole or Achirus lineatus (Linnaeus 1758) is sometimes confused with the Hogchoker, (Trinectes maculatus) which is distinguished (at over 15 mm total length) by the latter's total lack of pectoral fin ... Achirus lineatus is further distinguished by a darkly shaded caudal region on the blind side of the body and the face-side caudal fin with numerous dark spots or irregular blotches ...
Prochilodus Lineatus
... Prochilodus lineatus (synonym P ... lineatus is therefore distinguished sometimes as sábalo jetón (colloquial Spanish for "big-mouth") or chupabarro ("mud-sucker") ... lineatus has a maximum length of about 50-60 cm and measures up to 6 kg ...
Plotosus - Ecology
... lineatus is the only catfish found in coral reefs it is also found in estuaries, tide pools and open coasts ... lineatus juveniles form dense ball-shaped schools of about 100 fish, while adults are solitary or occur in smaller groups of around 20 and are known to hide under ledges during the day ... lineatus search and stir the sand incessantly for crustaceans, mollusks, worms, and sometimes fish ...