dace


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  • noun

Synonyms for dace

small European freshwater fish with a slender bluish-green body

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Reproductive biology of longfin dace (Agosia chrysogaster) in a Sonoran Desert stream.
elongatus occur in the Wisconsin headwaters of East Fork Raccoon Creek and Raccoon Creek; however, the dace is evidently a peripheral species in Illinois.
In 1987, BLM acquired, through exchange, a 160-acre (65-hectare) parcel of land containing both Foskett and Dace springs.
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Dace says the goal is to ensure that "diversity is a defining characteristic at UMKC, so if it were a pie, every time you slice it there are several aspects of diversity.
Dace located much of the material in Hughes's scrapbooks and clippings at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University, then checked and documented sources in various repositories, newspapers, and magazines.
FLYWEIGHT dace are bonny fighters on light line rigs in Monmouth's River Monnow, a picturesque tributary of the Wye.
Variety is a big factor too, and there have been confirmed catches of 101 dace by one angler with a 221b pike landed just last week.
Some native fishes, including minnows, dace, suckers, Lahontan redsides and other nongame species, rode the tide out; trout were left to perish in shrinking pools of dewatered passages, nature's sacrifices to birds and other predators.
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The pair were fishing at Charlton with Colin using a float-fished dace deadbait over to the far shelf for the personal best.
RAIN the previous night affected the Thornaby AC Charities Match on the Tees, ruling out any chance of a repeat of the previous week's bumper weights of dace, as the influx of cold water put this species off feeding.
Bestgen (1989), assisted by earlier works (Ellis, 1914; Bailey and Allum, 1962; Li, 1968; Stasiak, 1977, 1980; Propst and Carlson, 1986), clarified the historical distribution and status of redbelly dace in the South Platte River Basin, Colorado, the only other area in the state known to support species of Chrosomus.
FISHERIES experts will be stocking dace, chub, roach, crucian carp and rudd at several locations in the North East next week as part of the Environment Agency's plans to develop and restore rivers and lakes in the region.