eelblenny


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eellike fishes found in subarctic coastal waters

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In addition to cod, the overall fish diet by % FO included rainbow smelt (62%), several species of flounder and sculpin (both at 48%), slender eelblenny (38%), Pacific sand lance; capelin, Mallotus villosus; and Pacific herring (all at 24%); Arctic lamprey, Lethenteron camtschaticum (19%); snailfish (14%); and two species of salmon (coho, Oncorhynchus kisutch, and chum, O.
All three stomachs contained Arctic cod and saffron cod, but the male had also eaten two adult salmon (one coho and one chum); the female stomachs had no salmon but contained other smaller fish (e.g., slender eelblenny, smelt, sculpin) and the larger female's stomach also contained shrimp and cephalopods.
(1982) included Arctic lamprey, pond smelt, Hypomesus olidus; eulachon, capelin, five species of Pacific salmon, Pacific cod, walleye pollock, poachers, variegated snailfish, eelblenny, and Pacific sand lance.
(24, 25)) and with bearded seals, Erignathus barbatus, for Pacific sand lance, Arctic cod, saffron cod, sculpins, eelblenny, and flatfish (Kosygin, 1971; Lowry et al., 1980; Antonelis et al., 1994; Quakenbush et al.
We captured many demersal taxa (e.g., flatfishes, poachers, pricklebacks, and sculpins), mostly in small numbers; some exceptions were slender eelblenny and sculpins, the second and third most abundant taxa.
The dominant taxa in our catches, capelin, Arctic cod, sculpins, and slender eelblenny, have all been reported as present or abundant in the nearshore marine habitat of the Beaufort Sea (Craig and McCart, 1976; Craig, 1984; Johnson et al, 2010).