The top trophic level predators based on mean trophic level using stomach contents in the upper region of Lavaca Bay were Cynoscion
arenarius (Ginsburg, 1930) (TL = 3.
Otolithus nothus = Cynoscion
nothus (Holbrook): Silver Seatrout; p.
KEYWORDS: sand ridge, food habits, Bairdiella chrysoura, Cynoscion
regalis, Micropogonias undulatus
Age, growth and reproductive seasonality of the weakfish, Cynoscion
regalis, along the southeast Atlantic coast of the United States.
Two marine species (bluefish, Pomatomus saltatrix; and weakfish, Cynoscion
Stomachs were removed from Menticirrhus americanus, Cynoscion
Movement of juvenile weakfish Cynoscion
regalis and spot Leiostomus xanthurus in relation to dielcycling hypoxia in an estuarine tidal tributary.
Common name Scientific Total name catch Total fish 2,562 Atlantic Micropogonias 1,124 croaker undulatus Red drum Sciaenops 440 ocellatus Darter goby Ctenogobius 245 boleosoma Naked goby Gobiosoma 245 bosc Bay anchovy Anchoa 109 mitchilli Black drum Pogonias 108 cromis Silver perch Bairdiella 104 chrysoura Pinfish Lagodon 33 rhomboides Bay whiff Citharichthys 30 spilopterus Skilletfish Gobiesox 28 strumosus Green goby Microgobius 25 thalassinus Blackcheek Symphurus 15 tonguefish plagiusa Southern Menticirrhus 12 kingfish americanus Spotted Cynoscion
11 seatrout nebulosus Striped Mugil 9 mullet cephalus Ladyfish Elops saurus 4 Shrimp eel Ophichthus 4 gomesii Pipefish Syngnathus 4 spp.
Gulf corvina, Cynoscion
othonopterus, is a vital component of commercial fisheries in the northern Gulf of California, but a lack of information on life history parameters have thus far prevented a comprehensive stock assessment.
Depending on fishing location and depth, target species include Atlantic croaker, Micropogonias undulatus; weakfish, Cynoscion
regalis; Atlantic mackerel, Scomber scombrus; bluefish, Pomatomus saltatrix; squid, Teuthida; black sea bass, Centropristis striata; scup, Stenotomus chrysops; and other finfishes.
Changes in hepatic estrogen-receptor concentrations during the annual reproductive and ovarian cycles of a marine teleost, the spotted seatrout, Cynoscion
rostrata (Tesch, 1977), are all capable of feeding efficiently in darkness, while the ability of weakfish, Cynoscion
regalis (Grecay and Targett, 1996), perch Perca fluviatilis (Diehl, 1988), and lined seahorse, Hippocampus erectus (James and Heck, 1994) are all compromised in low-light conditions.
Length and height of sagittae (saccular otoliths) were measured in nine species of the genus Cynoscion
(Teleostei: Sciaenidae), four from the western Atlantic and five from the eastern Pacific.
Preliminary examination of low salinity tolerance of sperm, fertilized eggs, and larvae of orangemouth corvina, Cynoscion
Progress report of research on white seabass, Cynoscion