TAAFFEITE (oed), KAARRE (tig), JERUBBAAL, CARIBBEE, SUBBOOKKEEPER, OCCAANECHY (Hodge), RACCOON, COFFEE, BUFFOON, GEGGEE, URHHEEN, FISHHOOK, IIKKA (tig), MARKKAA (cham), SUBBOOKKEEPER, AKKYYA (tig), BOUGANVILLIIDAE, SAMMAA, ANNAAS, BLENNIID
, BUDENNYY (tig), COOEE, BOOKKEEPER, HOOQQA (oed), TIPPEE, WHIPPOORWILL, OPPUURS (tig), SARRII (Hodge), KIBROTHHATTAAVAH, QUUNNIPIEUCK (Hodge), ARROWWEED, BOWWOOD, QUIZZEE
Because larvae and juveniles of demersal fishes are generally believed to have lower swimming speeds (Blaxter, 1986), it was anticipated that catches of synodontids and blenniids
would have been more negatively affected by increasing current speed than relatively stronger-swimming pelagic taxa (e.
A total of 2111 larvae were collected from light traps (n=849; 78 samples) and channel nets (n=1262; 26 surface and 26 subsurface samples), representing 20 and 33 families, respectively (Table 1), combining blenniids
and labrisomids as blennioids, and not including clupeid and atherinid fishes.