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Synonyms for Pomoxis

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Lepomis macrochirus and Pomoxis annularis are the predominant fish species inhabiting a pond northeast of section 23, range 2 East in Carroll County, MS.
Pomoxis annularis (= Pomoxys annularis)--No voucher specimens found.
Pomoxis nigromaculatus (= Pomoxys nigromaculatus)--UF 133837 (BU 305) (2).
8) Hybognathus argyritis White crappie Pomoxis 0 (0) 1 (3.
salmoides, largemouth bass 48 48 12 Pomoxis annularis, white crappie 120 6 9 P.
1981), Atlantic cod Gadus morhua (Buckley, 1979), black crappie Pomoxis nigromaculatus (Haines, 1980), channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus (Peterson and Brown-Peterson, 1992), Pacific herring Clupea pallasi (McGurk and Kusser, 1992) and common herring Clupea harengus (Clemmesen, 1994).
Seasonal patterns of muscle RNA-DNA ratio and growth in black pie, Pomoxis nigromaculalus.
Year Species 1941 1997 1998 Amia calva X Ctenopharyngodon idella X Erimyzon sucetta X Umbra limi X X Esox americanus X X X Esox lucius X X X Fundulus dispar X Fundulus notatus X Ameiurus nebulosus X Lepomis gulosus X X Lepomis macrochirus X X X Lepomis gibbosus X X Lepomis microlophus X Micropterus salmoides X X X Pomoxis annularis X Pomoxis nigromaculatus X Total species 7 8 10 Table 2.
White crappie Pomoxis annularis and black crappie P nigromaculatus were marginally suitable hosts.
Both Pomoxis species were marginally suitable hosts and transformed [leq] 85 juveniles per fish.
New records for Hendricks County were Lepisosteus osseus, Dorosoma cepedianum, Pimephales vigilax, Carpiodes carpio, letalurus punctatus, Gambusia affinis, Lepomis microlophus, and Pomoxis nigromaculatus.
Micropterus dolomieu was already fairly widespread, whereas Pomoxis nigromaculatus and Lepomis macrochirus were both rare, before 1931.
salmoides (Lacepede), I largemouth bass pomoxis annularis Rafinesque, I white crappie P.
salmoides, largemouth bass 7, 14, 32 Pomoxis annularis, white crappie 1, 3, 8-11, 15, 51 P.
KY(10); Pomoxis nigromaculatus (Lesueur), FL(21); Etheostoma blennioides Rafinesque, WV(7); Etheostoma parvipinne Gilbert & Swain, MS(16); Etheostoma zonale (Cope), IN(22)