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Nohu
   NamebankID: 909249
   LSID:  urn:lsid:ubio.org:namebank:909249   (view metadata)
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Classification: (According to: uBiota 2008-03-20T10:36:50-04:00)
  Animalia
    Chordata
      Actinopterygii
        Scorpaeniformes
          Scorpaenidae
            Scorpaenopsis
              Scorpaenopsis gibbosa


Alternate Classifications:
Fish: W.T. Eschmeyer
Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2007
NCBI Taxonomy
PreUnion
Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2008
Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS)



Synonyms:
Diodon jaculiferus
Diodon jaculiferus Cuvier, 1818
Scorpaenopsis cacopsis Jenkins
Scorpaenopsis cacopsis Jenkins, 1901
Scorpaenopsis gibbosa (Bloch & Schneider, 1801)
Scorpaenopsis gibbosa
Scorpaenopsis gibbosa (Bloch and Schneider)
Scorpaenopsis gibbosus
Scorpaenopsis gibbosus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801)
Synaceia verrucosa Bloch & Schneider, 1801
Synanceia verrucosa
Synanceia verrucosa Bloch & Schneider, 1801
Synanceja verrucosa
Synanceja verrucosa Bloch & Schneider, 1801
Synanceja verrucosa Bloch and Schneider
Synancejia verrucosa
Synancejia verrucosa Bloch & Schneider, 1801
Synancia verrucosa
Synancia verrucosa Bloch & Schneider, 1801
Tragulichthys jaculiferus
Tragulichthys jaculiferus (Cuvier, 1818)



Common Names:
Afrikaans | Arabic | Austronesian (Other) | Carolinian | Creole, French | Creoles and Pidgins, French | Danish | English | French | German | Hawaiian | Hiligaynon | Japanese | Kumak | Mahl | Malay | Malayalam | Mandarin Chinese | Marshall | Marshallese | Numee | Pije | Polish | Portuguese | Spanish | Swahili | Swedish | Tagalog | Tahitian | Tuamotuan | unspecified
 
Afrikaans
    Steenvis
    Boggel-skerpioenvis
Arabic
    Friyal
Austronesian (Other)
    Loufash
    Nowuwor
    Lou
Carolinian
    Loufash
    Nowuwor
    Lou
Creole, French
    fi-fi
    Laffe la boue
    Le hiedeux
    Laffe corail
Creoles and Pidgins, French
    fi-fi
    Laffe la boue
    Le hiedeux
    Laffe corail
Danish
    Almindelig stenfisk
    Langpigget pindsvinefisk
    Pukkelrygget dragehovedfisk
English
    Jenkin's scorpionfish
    Red nohu
    Stonefish
    Dornorn
    Stone fish
    Reef stonefish
    poison scorpionfish
    Longspine burrfish
    porcupinefish
    Longspined porcupinefish
    Long-spined porcupinefish
    Humpback scorpionfish
    scorpionfish
    humpbacked scorpionfish
    Hump backed scorpionfish
    Humpbacked scorpion fish
French
    Crapaud
    Laffe
    Poisson pierre
    Poisson pierre commun
    Poisson-pierre
    Synancée verruqueuse
    Rascasse à bosse
    Rascasse bossue
German
    Steinfisch
Hawaiian
    Nohu 'omakaha
Hiligaynon
    Gatasan
Japanese
    Oni-darumaokoze
Kumak
    Bwavaxic
Mahl
    Gauviha-mas
    Gouviha-mas
Malay
    Depu
    Lepu
Malayalam
    Peychan
    Chetta-chammam
    പേച്ചന്
    ചെട്ട ചമ്മം
    ചെട്ട ചാമ്മാം
    പിയ്ചാന്
Mandarin Chinese
    夏威夷拟鲉
    夏威夷擬鮋
    玫瑰毒鮋
    腫瘤毒鮋
    虎魚
    虎鱼
    玫瑰毒鲉
    肿瘤毒鲉
    羊刺鲀
    长棘圆刺鲀
    羊刺魨
    長棘圓刺魨
    驼背拟鲉
    駝背擬鮋
Marshall
    Nou
    Nufu malulasa
Marshallese
    Nou
    No
    Nufu malulasa
Numee
    No
Pije
    Neuk
Polish
    Szkaradnica
Portuguese
    Lacrau
    Rascasso corcunda
Spanish
    Pez piedra común
    Rascacio jorobado
Swahili
    Bocho
Swedish
    Stenfisk
Tagalog
    Lupo
Tahitian
    Taterehau
Tuamotuan
    Pugapuga
unspecified
    hohu 'omakaha
    scorpionfish



Associated Taxonomic Groups
Pisces



Associated Languages
Hawaiian
Maori
Other
Tahitian



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Record Inserted
NohuAug 26, 2003 Species 2000
 



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