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Synonyms for darter

fish-eating bird of warm inland waters having a long flexible neck and slender sharp-pointed bill

a person or other animal that moves abruptly and rapidly

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Keith Darter, 37, of Johnston City, was charged with retail theft in the 3000 block of West DeYoung Street and for resisting a police officer on Jan.
In this study we investigated changes in Diamond Darter relauve abundance after a high magnitude flood event in the Elk River, West Virginia.
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The spottail darter (Etheostoma squamiceps) is found in drainages in western and central Kentucky, southern Illinois, and southwestern Indiana (Page et al.
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After sampling a couple of prime darter waters, Paul departed, and Lynne and I drove back to our motel.
The purpose of this investigation was to compare reproductive traits between two populations of a percid fish, Etheostoma duryi Henshall (Black Darter), in north Alabama and to closely-related members of the subfamily Etheostomatinae, where such information is available.
Rather, it is likely that the Crystal Darter persists at some unknown level in the Mississippi River along the Illinois border.
Mississippi's Pascagoula River drainage is home to the last known surviving populations of the pearl darter (Percina aurora), a small freshwater fish that measures just two-and-one-half inches long.
Gohmert said there is nobody who is more appreciative than he is for the rights of race, religion, national religion of the Delta Smelt, the snail darter, various lizards, the lesser prairie chicken, the greater sage grouts and so many other insects who would want someone standing for their religion, their race, their national origin.
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The fountain darter Etheostoma fonticola is restricted to two spring-fed rivers in central Texas, the San Marcos and Comal rivers.
(E) Kentucky Arrow Darter: Toxic waste from mountaintop removal coal mining is poisoning streams and killing the rare Kentucky arrow darter fish (and contaminating the drinking water of human communities downstream).
I think I've found it in the Lindy Darter. It has swimming action, flutter, flash, and a rattle, all while providing realistic representations and profiles of the forage pike are targeting."
In addition, a new locality in Stone County is added for the endemic and federal candidate species yellowcheek darter (Etheostoma morel).