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Synonyms for corbina

bluish-grey whiting of California coast

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Growth charateristics of two southern California surffishes, the California corbina and spotfin croaker, family Sciaenidae.
With thousands of miles of fishable water, the Pacific surf offers wading anglers a variety of fly-eating species, including striped bass, croaker, surfperch, mackerel, corbina, ling cod, and halibut, to name a few.
The Queen thought differently, exclaiming, "Like hell." She was well aware that, Prince Philip had been keen on CC's mama, Corbina Beaudette, prior to marrying her.
The white water in front of us was all frilled in silver by the fins of big Corbina fish rooting for sand crabs.
The thirst for publicity was so strong that debutantes such as Corbina Wright Jr.
Avid anglers can cast for croakers, corbina, sierra, and other surf fish.
donacis most likely infects Menticirrhus undulatus, the California corbina, when the fish consume exposed D.
Then, the blenny, whiting, and corbina are in great demand in all beach resorts along the coast for their exceptional culinary qualities.
Corbina is Southern California's "cook's prize of the surf.' Striped bass is the San Francisco Bay Area's gourmet game fish.
Pondella (3) personal communication), and California corbina (Menticirrhus undulatus; personal observation).
A greater proportion of California corbina (Menticirrhus undulatus) survived through the holding period, while greater than one-fifth of all impinged white sea bass (Atractoscion nobilis) survived.
In the present study, the white seabass (Atractoscion nobilis) and the shortfin corbina (Cynoscion parvipinnis), two important species in the commercial and sport fishery, were scarse.
Although it appears that the abundance of several other species (Portunus xantusii--Xantus' swimming crab, Paralabrax nebulifer--barred sand bass, Menticirrhus undulatas--California corbina, and Pleuronichthys coenosus--C-O turbot) may also be correlated with the 1997-98 El Nino event (Tables 1 and 2), we are not considering these as "new/uncommon species" because they are all regularly found in the local sandy nearshore environment.