What is another word for Family Pholidae?

Pronunciation: [fˈamɪli fˈɒlɪdˌiː] (IPA)

The Family Pholidae is a group of marine fishes commonly referred to as "rockfishes" or "grunion". These small to medium-sized fish are found in rocky tidepools and intertidal areas along the Pacific coast of North America. They are known for their elongated bodies and pointed snouts, which are used to forage for small invertebrates and crustaceans. Some synonyms for the Family Pholidae include the subfamily Pholidinae, the grunion family, and the beach fish family. These fish are an important part of the marine ecosystem and provide a food source for larger predators such as sea birds and marine mammals.

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