Alosa


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Hatcheries mounted on barges, called "shad batteries," were towed to favorable estuarine and river sites during shad, Alosa sapidissima, runs, and a specially equipped railroad car was sometimes used for the same purpose where the tracks ran sufficiently close to shad rivers (U.
The oceanic migration of American shad, Alosa sapidissima, along the Atlantic coast.
There were massive transplants made in those early years of American shad, Alosa sapidissima, and striped bass, Morone saxatilis, from the Atlantic to the Pacific coasts and, conversely, Pacific salmon, Oncorhynchus spp.
Isolation and characterization of eight dinucleotide microsatellite loci from two closely related clupeid species (Alosa alosa and A.
Prey species Common name Family Alosa pseudoharengus alewife Clupeidae Ammodytes spp.
Haemdon striatum Haemulidae 195 XXVIII(2) quadrilineatum* Not in text Alosa mediocris Clupeidae XXIX(1) Not in text AIosa sapidissima Clupeidae XXX(2) Not in text Brevoortia lyrannus Clupeidae XXX(1) Not in text Dorosoma cepedianum Clupeidae XXX(2) *Plate number in text does not agree with number on plate.
The fishery is managed under the New England Fishery Management Council's Northeast Multispecies FMR Monitoring efforts focus on both protected species bycatch and on incidental bycatch of river herring, Alosa pseudoharengus, and haddock, Melanogrammus aeglefinus.
Members of the Alosa genus, including the American shad (Alosa sapidissima) and Twaite shad (Alosa fall ax), demonstrate heterochronal spawning (10, 11).
256) There are several private organizations dedicated to providing nonbiased information on prescription drugs, including The Independent Drug Information Service, the Alosa Foundation, the Drug Effectiveness and Review Project, and the Pew Prescription Project.
The Alabama shad, Alosa alabamae, is an anadromous species that has declined drastically throughout the freshwater portion of its range during the past several decades.
The Latin name for American shad, Alosa sopidissimo, translates to "most savory.
Alosa sapidissima--"Fishermen told us that the Shad ascends the Ocmulgee River as far as the Shoals.