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Synonyms for bonnethead

small harmless hammerhead having a spade-shaped head

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amp;nbsp;"Further, we looked at digestive enzymes in the intestines of the bonnetheads, to see if they even have any ability to break down plant material.
The boat makes three more stops, pulling up three more adult bonnetheads, along with Spanish mackerel, catfish, croakers, pinfish, permit, pompano, bluefish, cowfish and a ray.
Authorized Species Minimum Size Bag Limit (per trip) (fork length) Smoothhound shark None None Atlantic sharpnose shark None 1 per person Bonnethead None 1 per person Hammerheads (great, 78 inches 1 per vessel (Hammerhead or Other shark) scalloped, and smooth) Other sharks 54 inches
For example, bonnetheads can store sperm, but no one had documented such storage for more than 5 months, or that juveniles would mate in the first place.
Herein we document a previously overlooked sexual dimorphism in a well-studied shark species, Sphyrna tiburo (Linnaeus, 1758), the bonnethead shark.
Species Captures Weight (kg) Atlantic sharpnose 4,197 5,199 Bonnethead 830 1,519 Smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis 134 344 Florida smoothhound, Mustelus norrisi 121 291 Carcharhinidae 85 99 Blacknose 81 226 Angel shark 59 159 Carcharhinus sp.
When the researchers blocked both vision and lateral line, blacktip and bonnethead sharks could not follow the odor trail to locate prey, but nurse sharks could.
Big bulls, sharpnose, bonnetheads, silky, blacktips, lemons and bonus hammerheads are all available to those wanting to do battle with a toothy drag puller.
Hammerheads, bull sharks, black tips, bonnetheads, sand sharks, lemon sharks, thresher sharks, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, and whale sharks are but a few that are found in our waters.
Small sharks, including bonnetheads, Atlantic sharpnose sharks, blacknose sharks, small blacktips and spinners can be found on just about any flat in the estuary.
Blacktips, blacknoses, spinners, bulls, Atlantic sharpnoses, bonnetheads and a few small hammerheads are likely to show up in chum slicks almost anywhere in the bay, and all of them are a blast on light tackle.
Find a location in three or four feet of water on the outside edge of just about any flat along the ICW, hang a chum bag, and in short order you're likely to be visited by juvenile blacktips, spinners and bulls and adult bonnetheads, blacknoses and sharpnoses.
For the sharks, he said, you can't go wrong with cut lady-fish for blacktips, while bonnetheads love a live shrimp under a popping cork.
Expect lemons, bulls, bonnetheads, and blacktips to cruise flats in search of food.
Expect mostly blacktips but don't be surprised if bonnetheads, bulls, spinners, lemons or hammerheads crash the party.