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Among these, the most abundantly used species were herring, silver pomfret, elongated sole, sardine, mangrove red snapper, mullet, grunter, sea perch, long-rayed silver, black sea bream, hilsa, catfish, sting rays, grunts, Indian threadfin, jaw fish, cobia, croaker, sciaenid, Indian scads, oil sardine, Indian mackerels (Table I).
2016) extracted protein hydrolysates from viscera, heads and carcasses of the most important fishing resources of Brazil, the Brazilian sardine and the whitemouth croaker.
The commercial stock is further affected by the amount of Atlantic croaker that is caught as bycatch, principally through shrimp trawling--an amount that is calculated to be 60-80% of the catch by weight (NMFS, 2012).
Five fish species were observed in the fall only: Atlantic croaker, red drum, shrimp eel Ophichthus gomesii, emerald sleeper Erotelis smaragdus, and blackwing searobin Prionotus rubio.
Two previous studies compared diets of spot and croaker in Gulf estuarine habitats; Darnell (1958) investigated Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana, and Parker (1971) studied Lake Borgne, Louisiana and Clear Lake/Galveston Bay, Texas.
Croakers are a "pretty typical Gulf fish," says Prosanta Chakrabarty, a fish biologist at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.
In addition to white croaker, the advisory now extends to topsmelt and barred sea bass, and includes other guidelines, including warnings for pregnant women.
of croaker, hardhead, fish you have to answer just to relieve your own
recalled Frozen Salted Yellow Croaker due to possible botulism contamination.