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Antonyms for catadromous

migrating from fresh water to the sea to spawn

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2009: Life history and evolution of migratio in catadromous eels (genus Anguilla).
As economic surplus is a precondition for the emergence of socio-economic complexity, the documentation of such facilities related to the production of surpluses in the form of catadromous eels and other fish is essential.
Plasma IGF-I increased immediately in salt water in both catadromous and anadromous salmon, decreasing in both strains over a period of time in salt water.
Yoonhee took me to a famous fish market where I pressed my head against the biggest tanks and tried to listen to the low frequency squeaks and squeals of the eels so that I could share in the adventurous planning of their catadromous journey to the western slopes of the Suruga Seamount near the underwater mountains west of the Mariana Islands where they spawn but of course eels in tanks can't go on catadromous journeys or any other journeys which means they wouldn't bother to squeak and squeal about their plans.
Catadromous species spend most of their lives in freshwater, but
Eel is a catadromous species that grows in freshwater and migrates back to the sea for spawning.
Indeed, historical presence of catadromous American eels (Anguilla rostrata) indicates such a migration was possible (Koster, 1957).
Eels follow a reverse migration, called catadromous, as adults live in freshwater and migrate to the sea to spawn and die.
They are a migratory, catadromous fish spending their adult lives in freshwater but returning to the sea to spawn.
lt;<The Conservation and Management of Marine Mammals and Anadromous and Catadromous Species>>, en Ellen HEY (ed.
The eel is the only catadromous fish in North America.
Anadromous and catadromous fish species in Lithuania are among the most valuable economically and very popular angling catch.
Mitten crabs are catadromous, reproducing in the ocean, with their young moving into freshwater tributaries where they remain upstream until adulthood.
1758) is a catadromous fish species that enters into the rivers from the sea at the so-called "glass" eel stage (i.