For instance, English Sole
use coastal beaches and estuaries before moving to offshore adult habitat in autumn (Toole and others 1987; Gunderson and others 1990; Chamberlain and Barnhart 1993; Rooper and others 2003), which explains why a series of hauls in autumn at the northern sampling area contained extremely high abundances of juvenile English Sole
Similar results were obtained in a study in which no significant intersite differences were found in either condition factor or length weight relationship in English sole
(Pleuronectes vetulus) from reference and contaminated sites .
Petrale Sole and English Sole
formed a consistent group in all years.
Field studies on the effects of sediment contamination on bottom-dwelling English sole
(Parophrys vetulus) at multiple Puget Sound sites (Washington State) were conducted between 1979 and 1985.
When roughly half the male English sole
at several collection sites near downtown Seattle were found to be making vitellogenin, an egg-yolk protein typical of females, toxicologist Lyndal L.
The Moana's restaurant has long since ditched the English sole
that was served at its opening, offering instead island chicken, local prawns, plus Hawaiian snapper, mahi mahi, opah, ahi, moi and Pacific salmon.
and Spotted Ratfish were by far the most common species, collectively, contributing more than 40% of all individuals sampled.
PCBs accumulate in fish tissue and have been responsible for many advisories to limit human consumption; the Washington State Department of Health warns of the possible adverse health risks of consuming English sole
and other bottom-feeding fish from the lower Duwamish River due in the presence of PCBs, PAHs, and other toxic chemicals.
According to our analyses, three benthic species--plainfin midshipman, English sole
, and Pacific staghorn sculpin--are important prey of harbor seals in SFB (Fig.
Structural differences were identified in gill DNA from two groups of English sole
collected from Puget Sound, Washington, in October 2000.
The most abundant larvae, in descending order, were northern anchovy, English sole
(Parophrys vetulus), sand sole (Psettichthys melanostictus), rex sole (Glyptocephalus zachirus), and Pacific tomcod (Microgadus proximus) (Fig.
Toxic chemicals in sediments and biota from a creosote-polluted harbor: relationships with hepatic neoplasms and other hepatic lesions in English sole
The mark-recapture model was applied to English sole
(Parophrys vetulus) off the west coast of the United States and Canada and migration rates were estimated to be 2% per month to the north and 4% per month to the south.
The four species examined were English sole
(Pleuronectes vetulus), Pacific sanddab (Citharichthys sordidus), sand sole (Psettichthys melanostictus), and starry flounder (Platichthys stellatus).
Hence, rex sole do not fit the typical pattern of geographic variation found in other pleuronectids, such as English sole
(Pleuronectes vetulus; Kruse and Tyler, 1983; Sampson and A1-Jufaily, 1999), Dover sole (Abookire and Macewicz, 2003), and yellowtail flounder (Limanda ferruginea; Zamarro, 1991).