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No empty stomachs were encountered among spot specimens collected during June or among croaker specimens collected during July and May (Table 2).
Knock calling by Atlantic croaker peaks at night, but the fish produce sound throughout the day (Gannon, 2007).
Group II included many of the more abundant species observed in impingement surveys across the Southern California Bight (MBC 2005a, MBC 2005b), including queenfish, walleye surfperch, jacksmelt (Atherinopsis californiensis), Pacific sardine (Sardinops sagax), Pacific pompano (Peprilus simillimus), white croaker, and topsmelt (Figure 4).
From 1994 to 2003, Atlantic croaker (Micropogonias undulatus) was absent, except in 1995 and 2003 when it represented 10.
Large yellow croaker, small yellow croaker, jellyfish, cuttlefish, and green filefish were fished so heavily that the stocks were all reduced to commercial insignificance by 1990.
Weakfish, southern kingfish, and Atlantic croaker commonly occur along the eastern coast of the United States, residing in shallow waters over bottoms of sand or sandy mud.
White croaker (Genyonemus lineatus) are a commonly caught and consumed species off local fishing piers near the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbor.
For all areas and target species, 4 species comprised > 66% of total catch: grouped finfish species (26%), Atlantic croaker (16%), brown shrimp (13%), and white shrimp (11%).
The arrests total at League matches was the lowest since records began, Home Office Minister Vernon Croaker said.