centrarchid


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small carnivorous freshwater percoid fishes of North America usually having a laterally compressed body and metallic luster: crappies

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Additionally, significant positive relationships existed for all 12 multi-species models, with [r.sup.2] ranging from 0.471 (large cyprinids) to 0.984 (centrarchids and white bass/freshwater drum) and 0.305 (large cyprinids) to 0.953 (white bass/freshwater drum) for lateral line and non-lateral line scales, respectively.
Absolute efficiency of the sampling procedure has been previously discussed in detail (Larimore 1961, Schlosser 1982, Schlosser and Ebel 1989) and ranges from 40 to 80% of the fish captured for most cyprinids, centrarchids, and catastomids, with an average of 50-60%.
An experiment on the effects of contrasting daily photoperiods on gametogenesis and reproduction in the centrarchid fish, Enneacanthus obesus (Girard).
Fourteen papers from the August 2016 symposium held in Kansas City consider the management of centrarchids in 11 states, primarily in the Eastern US.
Mortality of centrarchid fishes in the Potomac drainage: survey results and overview of potential contributing factors.
National Symposium on the Biology and Management of the Centrarchid Basses, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 3-6 February 1975.
Evaluation of injectable fluorescent tags for marking centrarchid fishes: retention rate and effects on vulnerability to predation.
To find out, the researchers examined museum specimens representing 29 species of centrarchid fishes.
The presence of the white sucker and centrarchid indicate the presence of a permanent body of water with enough available oxygen to support these particular fishes.