Umbrina


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Glycoconjugate distribution in gastric fundic mucosa of Umbrina cirrosa L.
Angel sharks 538 77,507 Urophycis Brazilian 13,950 2,422,666 brasiliensis codling Urophycis mysiacea Gulf hake -- 78,446 Umbrina canosai Argentine 104,360 3,484,841 croaker -- Sharks 18,000 107,566 -- Small sharks 9,220 248,682 -- Skate 200 12,475 -- Mixed 15,280 144,325 species Total 261,174 12,505,984 Scientific names Common name Types of netting (mesh size mm) 110 120 Cynoscion leiarchus Smooth -- -- weakfish Cynoscion guatucupa Striped 18,420 10,060 weakfish Chaceon spp.
Umbrina littoralis = Menticirrhus littoralis (Holbrook): Gulf Kingfish; p.
Ocorrências de larvas e jovens de peixes na Ilha Anchieta (SP), com algumas anotações sobre a morfologia da castanha, Umbrina coroides (Cuvier, 1830).
umbrina lobificans species #1 Acer negundo Acer nigrum Acer saccharinum Acer saccharum Carya cordiformis Carya ovata Celtis occidentalis Cornus stolonifera Crataegus crus-galli Crataegus mollis X Fraxinus pennsylvanica var.
Five species recorded for La Plata have not yet been found in the remaining localitites: Candelaria concolor, Lecanora umbrina, Phaeophyscia chloantha, Teloschistes chrysophthalmus and Xanthoria parietina.
Trachinotus goodei and Umbrina coroides, and the ghost crab Ocypode verreauxi (Penchaszadeh 1983, Riera 1995).
The ecology of the western swamp tortoise Pseudemydura umbrina (Testudines: Chelidae).
Female Pseudemydura umbrina (112-116 mm CL) have been shown to place their shallow nests close to grass tussocks (Kuchling 1993), and female Kinosternon subrubrum (80-120 mm CL; Mahmoud 1967) have been shown to nest in thick vegetation (Bodie et al.
and bobtail shrimps (Xyphopenaeus kroyeri) and a second, south of 29[degrees]S, directed at other coastal shrimps (Artemesia longinaris and Pleoticus muelleri) and a group of demersal finfish that include Umbrina canosai, the sea robin (Prionotus punctatus) and flatfishes (Paralychthys spp.
76 macropoma, Diplectrum pacificum, Diplectrum sciurus, Haemulon scudderi, Hippoglossina tetrophthalma, Hyporthodus acanthistius, Hyporthodus niphobles, Isopisthus remifer, Lutjanus guttatus, Micropogonias altipinnis, Micropogonias megalops, Paralabrax maculatofasciatus, Paralichthys aestuarius, Paralichthys californicus, Paralichthys woolmani, Rypticus nigripinnis, Scomberomorus sierra,Synodus lucioceps, Synodus scituliceps, Totoaba macdonaldi, Scomberomorus concolor, Trichiurus nitens, Umbrina roncador.
1989); Paralabrax humeralis (Valenciennes, 1828), Acanthistius pictus (Tschudi, 1846), Anisotremus scapularis (Tschudi, 1846) (Oliva and Munoz, 1985); Sebastes capensis (Gmelin, 1789) (Oliva and Munoz, 1985; Bray, 2001; Oliva and Gonzalez, 2004); Cephalopholis fulvus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Caballero, 1990); Bothus lunatus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Leon, 1992); Hemilutjanus macrophthalmos (Tschudi, 1846), Cheilodactylus variegatus Valenciennes, 1833, Genypterus maculatus (Tschudi, 1846) and Mugiloides chilensis (Molina, 1782) (Luque and Oliva, 1993); Lutjanus synagris (Linnaeus, 1758), Conodon nobilis (Linnaeus, 1758), Umbrina broussoneti (Cuvier, 1830) (Bunkley-Williams et al.