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Depending on your selection, you can have a family or genus displayed.

You have a number of filter options: a. all, ticked or non-ticked (Default all); b. Geographical areas (default All) and c. checklist to be used (default as per your personal settings - Clements 6.7 for birds and GT 2.0 for non-birds). If you have modified the options, you need to click on "Set Filter" to activate.

* Column 1 gives sequence # based on the checklist that has been filtered
* Column 2 has a green tick marker if you have ticked the taxa
* Column 3 shows the IUCN codes (click on the code and you will be linked to IUCN species info site)

By clicking on on the menu line on any of these 3 columns (and column 5 and 6, see below), it will sort ascendingly or descendingly. You restore to the default sequence by clicking on column 1 until you have sequence #1 at the top.

* Column 4 has a Show/Hide marker for polytypic species (i.e. a species with multiple subspecies) - click on to show the underlying taxa; click again to hide. If you have expanded a number of polytypic species, you can hide them all by clicking on the species group itself.

* Column 5 (English name), column 6 (Scientific name) and, if you have the language option other than English, column 7 (Domestic name) are self-explanatory. The English and scientific names are from the checklist that has been filtered (in this case Clements 6.7). The domestic names come from various sources and translations.

* Column 8 has markers for species or subspecies with photos ( links to Photo Gallery) and those which lack photos ( links to Photo Upload page).

You can set the value on how many entries you want to display at a time. Also, you have a Search field with a predictive search function (starts after you have typed two letters) which is handy when browsing through big species groups like e.g. hummingbirds.

Finally, you will be redirected to the info page of the species which is highlighted in yellow by clicking on it.
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Perciformes

Perciformes


   
1   Surgeonfishes
Acanthuridae
2   Lanternbellies and temperate ocean-basses
Acropomatidae
3   Bagless glassfish
Amarsipidae
4   Asiatic glassfishes
Ambassidae
5   Sand lances
Ammodytidae
6   Climbing gouramis
Anabantidae
7   Wolffishes
Anarhichadidae
8   Marblefishes
Aplodactylidae
9   Cardinalfishes
Apogonidae
10   Ariommas
Ariommatidae
11   Australian salmon
Arripidae
12   Barbled plunderfishes
Artedidraconidae
13   Chameleonfishes
Badidae
14   Banjofishes
Banjosidae
15   Deep-sea scalyfins
Bathyclupeidae
16   Antarctic dragonfishes
Bathydraconidae
17   Ronquils
Bathymasteridae
18   Combtooth blennies
Blenniidae
19   Thornfishes
Bovichtidae
20   Pomfrets
Bramidae
21   Fusiliers
Caesionidae
22   Splendid perches
Callanthiidae
23   Dragonets
Callionymidae
24   Trevallies
Carangidae
25   Manefishes
Caristiidae
26   Picarels
Centracanthidae
27   Freshwater sunfishes
Centrarchidae
28   False scorpionfishes
Centrogenyidae
29   Medusafishes
Centrolophidae
30   Snooks
Centropomidae
31   Bandfishes
Cepolidae
32   Pike-, tube- and flagblennies
Chaenopsidae
33   Butterflyfishes
Chaetodontidae
34   Crocodile toothfishes
Champsodontidae
35   Crocodile icefishes
Channichthyidae
36   Snakeheads
Channidae
37   Characins
Characidae
38   Morwongs
Cheilodactylidae
39   Torrentfish
Cheimarrichthyidae
40   Kelpfishes
Chironemidae
41   Cichlids
Cichlidae
42   Hawkfishes
Cirrhitidae
43  
Clinidae
44   Dolphinfishes
Coryphaenidae
45   Sandburrowers
Creediidae
46   Wrymouths
Cryptacanthodidae
47   Sand stargazers
Dactyloscopidae
48   Freshwater tripletails
Datnioididae
49   Galjoen fishes
Dichistiidae
50   Long-finned pike
Dinolestidae
51   Cavebasses
Dinopercidae
52   Slope dragonets
Draconettidae
53   Sicklefishes
Drepaneidae
54   Remoras
Echeneidae
55   Pygmy sunfishes
Elassomatidae
56   Patagonian blennies
Eleginopidae
57   Sleepers
Eleotridae
58   Surfperches
Embiotocidae
59   Rovers
Emmelichthyidae
60   Oldwife
Enoplosidae
61   Spadefishes, batfishes and scats
Ephippidae
62   Deepwater cardinalfishes
Epigonidae
63   Snake mackerels and escolars
Gempylidae
64   Mojarras
Gerreidae
65   Pearl perches
Glaucosomatidae
66   Gobies
Gobiidae
67   Basslets
Grammatidae
68   Grunts
Haemulidae
69   Barbeled grunters
Hapalogenyidae
70   Spiny plunderfishes
Harpagiferidae
71   Kissing gourami
Helostomatidae
72   Oceanic basslets
Howellidae
73   Ragfish
Icosteidae
74   Bonnetmouths
Inermiidae
75   Billfishes
Istiophoridae
76   Sand darters
Kraemeriidae
77   Aholeholes
Kuhliidae
78   Nurseryfishes
Kurtidae
79   Sea chubs
Kyphosidae
80   Wrasses
Labridae
81   Labrisomid blennies
Labrisomidae
82   False trevallies
Lactariidae
83   Asian seaperches
Lateolabracidae
84   Latid perches
Latidae
85   Trumpeters
Latridae
86  
Leiognathidae
87   Beachsalmon
Leptobramidae
88   Southern sandfishes
Leptoscopidae
89   Emperor breams
Lethrinidae
90   Tripletails
Lobotidae
91   Snappers
Lutjanidae
92   Louvar
Luvaridae
93   Tilefishes
Malacanthidae
94   Moonfish
Menidae
95   Wormfishes
Microdesmidae
96   Moonyfishes
Monodactylidae
97   Temperate basses
Moronidae
98   Mullets
Mugilidae
99   Goatfishes
Mullidae
100   Asian leaffishes
Nandidae
101   Roosterfish
Nematistiidae
102   Threadfin breams
Nemipteridae
103   Driftfishes
Nomeidae
104   Cales and weed-whitings
Odacidae
105   Freshwater sleepers
Odontobutidae
106   Jawfishes
Opistognathidae
107   Knifejaws
Oplegnathidae
108   Gouramis
Osphronemidae
109   Shellskin alfonsinos
Ostracoberycidae
110   Jutjaws
Parascorpididae
111   Sweepers
Pempheridae
112   Armorheads
Pentacerotidae
113   Temperate perches
Percichthyidae
114   Perches and darters
Percidae
115   Southern basses
Perciliidae
116  
Percophidae
117   Gunnels
Pholidae
118   Convict blenny
Pholidichthyidae
119   Sandperches
Pinguipedidae
120   Roundheads
Plesiopidae
121   Leaffishes
Polycentridae
122   Threadfins
Polynemidae
123   Wreckfishes
Polyprionidae
124   Angelfishes
Pomacanthidae
125   Damselfishes
Pomacentridae
126   Bluefish
Pomatomidae
127   Bigeyes
Priacanthidae
128   Catadromous icefishes
Pseudaphritidae
129   Dottybacks
Pseudochromidae
130   Dartfishes
Ptereleotridae
131   Quillfish
Ptilichthyidae
132   Cobia
Rachycentridae
133   Loach gobies
Rhyacichthyidae
134   Parrotfishes
Scaridae
135   Scats
Scatophagidae
136   Infantfishes
Schindleriidae
137   Croakers
Sciaenidae
138   Mackerels and tunas
Scombridae
139   Longfin escolars
Scombrolabracidae
140   Gnomefishes
Scombropidae
141   Graveldivers
Scytalinidae
142   Sea basses and groupers
Serranidae
143   Rabbitfish
Siganidae
144   Smelt-whitings
Sillaginidae
145   Seabreams
Sparidae
146   Barracudas
Sphyraenidae
147   Pricklebacks
Stichaeidae
148   Butterfishes
Stromateidae
149   Slopefishes
Symphysanodontidae
150   Tigerperches
Terapontidae
151   Squaretails
Tetragonuridae
152   Archerfishes
Toxotidae
153   Weeverfishes
Trachinidae
154  
Trichiuridae
155   Sandfishes
Trichodontidae
156   Sanddivers
Trichonotidae
157   Threefin blennies
Tripterygiidae
158   Stargazers
Uranoscopidae
159   Collared wrigglers
Xenisthmidae
160   Swordfishes
Xiphiidae
161   Moorish idols
Zanclidae
162   Prowfish
Zaproridae
163   Eelpouts
Zoarcidae

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