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Otolithus nothus = Cynoscion nothus (Holbrook): Silver Seatrout; p.
The first is formed by dominant elements in shallow waters, such as Cynoscion nothus (Holbrook), Prionotus paralatus (Ginsburg) and Symphurus diomedianus (Goode and Bean) among others.
Latin for the son of a concubine and nothus for the son of an
nothus are of greater height than those of the other species, appearing rounder in shape.
Ceciderunt ibi plures quos ego quoque noram; inter quos Godefridus, abnepos ejus nothus, jam inde a pueritia umbram virtutis vultu colorans, veritatem animo spirans.
Spawning, age determination, longevity, and mortality of the silver seatrout, Cynoscion nothus, in the Gulf of Mexico.
nothus, Larimus fasciatus, labrids, and Etropus crossotus) were collected during the same period, but inclusive of the early spring months (March-April).
nothus, all three data sets indicated that hybridization between these species does not occur or occurs only rarely and that historical admixture in Galveston Bay after divergence between these species was unlikely.
2005), were collected during the fall as juveniles and contributed to defining the fall inner-shelf (Larimus fasciatus and Menticirrhus americanus) and mid-shelf (Cynosion nothus and C.
X Rhomboplites aurorubens X Sparidae Lagodon rhomboides Lrho X Sciaenidae Bairdiella chrysura X Cynoscion nothus X Cynoscion regalis X Larimus fasciatus X Leiostomus xanthurus Lxan X Menticirrhus americanus Mame X Micropogonias undulatus Mund X Pogonias cromis X Sciaenops ocellatus X Pomacentridae Abudefduf sp.
Species n Restriction Fragment Georgia 1997 Sample weakfish 3 461 300 unknown A 7 413 300 unknown B 5 461 300 Known standards Cynoscion arenarius 15 461 300 Cynoscion nothus 13 413 300 Species Sizes (bp) Total size (bp) Georgia 1997 Sample weakfish 200 167 1128 unknown A 200 167 1080 unknown B 256 167 1184 Known standards Cynoscion arenarius 256 167 1184 Cynoscion nothus 200 167 1080 Table 3 Frequencies of unusual alleles in four geographical samples of weakfish (Cynoscion regalis) taken in 1996 and 1997.