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vulgaris is a junior synonym of Ameiurus nebulosus, which is not native to Mississippi (Gilbert 1998:227) (although it has recently been introduced into the state [Ross 2001:309]), whereas ailurus is a junior synonym of Ameiurus natalis, which is widespread and common in the state.
Before 1995, net fishing for striped and white mullet and spotted trout, Cynosion nebulosus, was a common alternative, but the constitutional net ban in Florida (Chapter 370, Florida Statutes) has severely restricted that activity.
Demografia y reproduction de la lagartija arboricola Anolis nebulosus de la region de Chamela, Jalisco.
2), 15(17, 1172) Moxostoma 5 (1, 139), 14 (1, 69) erythrurum 15 (8, 1475) Ictaluridae Ameiurus melas Ameiurus natalis 5 (1, 69) Ameiurus nebulosus 3 (3, 1284) 15 (1, 188) Noturus miurus 6 (2, 7.
Unidentifed porgy 107 Lagodon rhomboides Pinfish Sciaenidae, Drums 108 Cynoscion nebulosus Spotted seatrout Mullidae, Goatfishes 109 Mulloidichthys martinicus Yellow goatfish 110 Pseudupeneus maculatus Spotted goatfish Kyphosidae, Sea chubs 111 Kyphosus incisor Yellow chub 112 Kyphosus sectatrix Bermuda chub 113 Kyphosus spp.
When present, postovulatory follicles (POFs) were categorized as either less than or equal to or greater than 12 hr old, on the basis of rates of POF atresia found in spotted seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus [Roumillat and Brouwer, 2004]).
Chemical orientation of brown bullheads, Ameiurus nebulosus, under different flow conditions.
1996 with size (sand smelt, or age Atherinidae) Cynoscion nebulosus Crabtree and Adamsl; (spotted seatrout, Roumillat and Brouwer, Sciaenidae) 2004; Brown-Peterson, 2003; Lowerre-Barbieri et al.
Early life history of spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus (Pisces: Sciaenidae) in Tampa Bay, Florida.
Analysis of sound production in estuarine aggregations of Pogonias cromis, Bairdiella chrysoura, and Cynoscion nebulosus (Sciaenidae).
nebulosus, brown bullhead 4 1 2 Ictalurus furcatus, blue catfish 24 I.
horseshoe crabs, blue crabs and spotted seatrout Cynoscion nebulosus (Cuvier, 1830) in South Carolina (William Anderson; pers.