flounder


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falter

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dither

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to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

to move about in an indolent or clumsy manner

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Synonyms for flounder

flesh of any of various American and European flatfish

any of various European and non-European marine flatfish

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walk with great difficulty

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behave awkwardly

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Inter-annual variation in the recruitment pattern and abundance of age-0 summer flounder, Paralichthys dentatus, in Virginia estuaries.
Although feeding of winter flounder caged around piers could have been influenced by location (under pier, pier edge, open water), fishes of each size class were caged at all stations.
For example, when he moved the fish from sandy sea floors to black-and-white checkerboard and polka-dot patterns, the flounder quickly sported squares and dots.
However, he finds the flounder so intriguing that he sometimes takes on the role of ichthyologist.
You're safest with lean fish like cod, flounder, haddock, Pacific halibut, ocean perch, pollock, and sole (harmful chemicals accumulate in the fat).
Some of the best structures to try for flounder are the numerous artificial reefs that are located throughout Northwest Florida.
The nine who fished caught 33 fish made up of 20 flounder, four eels, and nine coalfish.
Comparing still photographs and video footage from five Caribbean locations collected over the last decade, Hanlon and co-authors, MBL graduate students Anya Watson and Alexandra Barbosa, observed uncanny similarities between the small and delicate octopus and the peacock flounder, Bothus lunatus, one of the most common sand dwellers in the Caribbean.
Comparative reproductive success of winter flounder in Long Island Sound: a three year study (biology, biochemistry and chemistry).
place flounder and egg whites and puree until smooth while adding cream
5kgs, almost 200gms ahead of runner-up Alan Combe, who had the consolation of the heaviest fish, a flounder of 910gms.
Survival (%), weight gain (g/fish) and specific growth rate (SGR) of subadult olive flounder Paralichthys olivaceus fed with extruded pellet under different feeding regimes for 12 weeks in suboptimal temperature Treatments Initial weight Final weight (g/fish) (g/fish) 7DF 271.
However you tempt your flat fish, know that the majority of flounder lost pull a Houdini right at boatside.
Second was Anthony Woods with one Flounder for 6 oz.