Pomoxis nigromaculatus


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Synonyms for Pomoxis nigromaculatus

a crappie that is black

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punctulatus, 2(5-1976) Spotted bass Pomoxis nigromaculatus, 11(3-1976); 56(5-1976) Black crappie IDNR Scientific name 1983-1987 Esocidae, pickerel & pikes Esox americanus, Grass pickerel E.
A total of 56 fish representing nine species and three genera were collected, including: 23 Lepomis macrochirus (bluegill sunfish), 16 Lepomis megalotis (longear sunfish), five Lepomis gulosus (warmouth sunfish), two Lepomis punctatus (spotted sunfish), one Lepomis marginatus (dollar sunfish), three Pomoxis annularus (white crappie), one Pomoxis nigromaculatus (black crappie), one Micropterus salmoides (largemouth bass), and one Micropterus punctulatus (spotted bass).
Pomoxis nigromaculatus (= Pomoxys nigromaculatus)--UF 133837 (BU 305) (2).
salmoides (3, 5, 1-5), Pomoxis nigromaculatus (3, 2, 1-5), Ftheostoma caeruleum (1, 9, 1-5), E.
187 3 Lepomis macrochirus 173 3 Lepomis megalotis 169 2 Dorosoma cepedianum 160 2 Lepomis humilis 151 2 Dorosoma petenense 149 2 Pomoxis annularis 127 2 Lepomis cyanellus 65 1 Micropterus punctulatus 59 1 Morone chrysops 31 <1 Percina macrolepida 31 <1 Ictalurus punctatus 29 <1 Etheostoma gracile 11 <1 Notemigonus crysoleucas 10 <1 Cyprinus carpio 10 <1 Percina caprodes 10 <1 Minytrema melanops 9 <1 Lepomis gulosus 7 <1 Ictalurus natalis 7 <1 Noturus gyrinus 6 <1 Aplodinotus grunniens 5 <1 Pimephales promelas 5 <1 Etheostoma chlorosomum 5 <1 Lepomis microlophus 4 <1 Ictalurus melas 3 <1 Pomoxis nigromaculatus 2 <1 Pylodictus olivarus 1 <1 Etheostoma spectabile 1 <1 Carpiodes carpio 1 <1 Table 2.
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).