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Diagnostic and biological features of high finned grouper (Cromileptes altivelis Valenciennes)

Ou Youjun Li Jiaer Chen Fuhua (South Chian Sea Fisheries Research Institute,Chinese Acadamy Fishery Sciences ,Guangzhou 510300)  
The high finned grouper (Cromileptes altivelis Valenciennes) is characterized by its very low head,high hump on the back and long,vertical,slit-like posterior nostrils without canine teeth in either jaw.Its body is strongly side-flat with 10 spines in the dorsal and background- brown with round,black spots on the head,body and fins.Its stomach is strong and “卜”-shaped and the intestine has a medium length with 10~13 pyloric caeca.The gallbladder is quite long and thin,23%~25% of body length.The gonad is hermaphroditic,thick and short.
【CateGory Index】: Q959.483.04
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