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Syngnathidae (pipefishes and seahorses)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Syngnathidae are a family of fish which includes the seahorses, the pipefishes, the pipehorses, and the leafy, ruby, and weedy seadragons. The name is derived from Greek, syn, meaning "fused" or "together", and gnathus, meaning "jaws". This fused jaw trait is something the entire family has in common.
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Genus

Acentronura (Pipefish) (3)
Amphelikturus (1)
Anarchopterus (Pipefish) (2)
Apterygocampus (Pipefish) (1)
Bhanotia (Pipefish) (3)
Bryx (4)
Bulbonaricus (Pipefish) (3)
Campichthys (Pipefish) (4)
Choeroichthys (Pipefish) (6)
Corythoichthys (Pipefish) (12)
Cosmocampus (Pipefish) (15)
Doryichthys (Pipefish) (5)
Doryrhamphus (Pipefish) (7)
Dunckerocampus (7)
Enneacampus (Pipefish) (2)
Entelurus (Pipefish) (1)
Festucalex (Pipefish) (7)
Filicampus (Pipefish) (1)
Halicampus (Pipefish) (12)
Haliichthys (Pipefish) (1)
Heraldia (Pipefish) (1)
Hippichthys (river pipefishes) (6)
Hippocampus (seahorses) (54)   (1)
Histiogamphelus (Pipefish) (2)
Hypselognathus (Pipefish) (2)
Ichthyocampus (Pipefish) (2)
Idiotropiscis (3)
Kaupus (Pipefish) (1)
Kimblaeus (Pipefish) (1)
Kyonemichthys (1)
Leptoichthys (Pipefish) (1)
Leptonotus (Pipefish) (3)
Lissocampus (Pipefish) (5)
Maroubra (Pipefish) (2)
Micrognathus (8)
Microphis (freshwater pipefishes) (19)   (1)
Minyichthys (4)
Mitotichthys (Pipefish) (4)
Nannocampus (Pipefish) (5)
Nerophis (Pipefish) (3)
Notiocampus (Pipefish) (1)
Oostethus (2)
Penetopteryx (Pipefish) (2)
Phoxocampus (Pipefish) (3)
Phycodurus (leafy seadragons) (1)
Phyllopteryx (common seadragons) (1)
Pseudophallus (fluvial pipefishes) (3)
Pugnaso (Pipefish) (1)
Siokunichthys (Pipefish) (6)
Solegnathus (Pipefish) (5)
Stigmatopora (Pipefish) (4)
Stipecampus (Pipefish) (1)
Syngnathoides (Pipefish) (1)
Syngnathus (seaweed pipefishes) (32)   (1)
Trachyrhamphus (Pipefish) (3)
Urocampus (Pipefish) (2)
Vanacampus (Pipefish) (4)

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