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the lean flesh of a saltwater fish caught along Atlantic coast of southern U

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That is the case of the whitemouth croaker, which has been the single most productive demersal resource in the region and shared by several fleets (Valentini & Pezzuto, 2006).
The Atlantic croaker (Micropogonias undulatus) in the western Atlantic range from the Gulf of Maine to the northern Gulf of Mexico (GOM).
White croaker (Genyonemus lineatus) are a commonly caught and consumed species off local fishing piers near the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbor.
For all areas and target species, 4 species comprised > 66% of total catch: grouped finfish species (26%), Atlantic croaker (16%), brown shrimp (13%), and white shrimp (11%).
The Gafo-class Croaker (SS-246) was eventually credited with sinking 11 enemy vessels during six missions in the Pacific.
southeastern Atlantic coast and the northern Gulf of Mexico, two sciaenid species, the spot (Micropogonias undulatus) and Atlantic croaker (Leiostomus xanthurus), are among the most widespread and abundant fishes in shallow estuarine habitats (McErlean et al.
Female croakers caught during this period were found to have a decreased level of aromatase, the key chemical needed to produce estrogen and ovaries.
The Croaker of the Exchequer's Budget is a disreputable deceit on the British public.
According to the interviewees, the white shrimp (camarao-branco) Litopenaeus schimitti Burkenroad, 1938, the croaker (corvina) Micropogonias furnieri (Desmares, 1823), the catfish (bagre) (family Ariidae) and the largehead hairtail (espada) Trichiurus lepturus Linnaeus, 1758, in spite of presenting larger capture in some months, are caught every month, while the mullet (tainha) (Mugil spp.
Hunwick angler Jonathan Croaker took advantage, catching 31 fish here during the week.
Others, like the Egusi goat soup, baked Yellow Croaker or boiled beef served with ground prawns and a peanut sauce, are better known in Cameroon than they are in Cumbernauld.
This series sees the introduction of Frank Gallagher's latest girlfriend - librarian Libby Croaker - played by former Father Ted actress Pauline McLynn.