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Syngnathus floridae

(Florida pipefish)


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Family : Pipefishes and seahorses ; Abundant in seagrass beds along coasts. Northern populations move offshore during colder months (Ref. 26938).

Common Names

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Common Names in Danish:

Mørk tangnål

Common Names in English:

Dusky pipefish, Florida pipefish

Common Names in Finnish:


Common Names in Mandarin Chinese:

佛罗里达海龙, 佛羅里達海龍

Common Names in Spanish:

pez pipa prieto


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Typically found in water with a depth of 0 to -4,699 meters (0 to -15,417 feet).[1]

Biome: Marine .

Ecology: Syngnathus floridae can be found inhabiting coastal seagrass beds to a depth of 22 m. Males carry the eggs in a brood pouch which is found under the tail.[2].

List of Habitats :


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Last Revised: 2013-10-29