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Synonyms for garfish

primitive predaceous North American fish covered with hard scales and having long jaws with needlelike teeth

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On the other words, there is a fishing pressure on the garfish stock in the Black Sea due to absence of minimum landing size (MLS) of the garfish.
Fish size was estimated from the vertebrae or otolith length (Table S1); b) the average weight of the garfish was estimated to be approximately 120 g (comparative collection).
capacity, Ca[Cl.sup.2] molitrix) mechanical and textural attributes Chitosan Barred Protein 7B from garfish content, prawn (Hemiramphus SEM, shell far) textural attributes Konjac Giant Protein glucomannan squid solubility, aqueous (Dosidicus pH, dispersion gigas), textural Alaska and pollock viscoelastic (T.
Four garfish, two plaice and a gurnard put Ivor Smith in second place with 1.38kg while third placed Zac Williams made up his 1.08kg with five garfish, a plaice and a gurnard.
Be bold: ask for horta (wild greens), meet the fishing boats at dawn and haggle over the price of lobster, or buy the infinitely cheaper garfish, with its single bone and rather alarming ability to glow, for a taste of our prehistoric past.
In addition, the gastric mucosa of perch, Percafluviatilis, was described to have three types of endocrine cells that produced hydrochloric acid [20], but it is absent in herbivorous fish such as sea garfish, Hyporhamphus melanochir [21].
Mutlu, "Heavy metal contaminants in tissues of the garfish, Belone belone L., 1761, and the bluefish, Pomatomus saltatrix L., 1766, from Turkey waters," Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, vol.
"This large species of Garfish is very aptly named the Hound fish by the Bermudians, as they may incessantly be seen like a pack of hounds in chase of large schools of fry, which in their hurry and alarm jump out of the water skipping and scudding before their pursuers in a rolling mass over the smooth surface.
soups of crocodile and green turtle, cooked chicken, garfish
With the support of his mother, Terri, and sister, Bindi, the eight-year-old stepped into the crocodile pen armed with a bucket of garfish.
It is snorkelling that gets me close and personal with ocean life: a garfish against my mask; the background static of parrot fish crunching on coral, leaving tomorrow's beach sand trailing behind; a green turtle flying through the blue.
The first occupant was fittingly the village's co-founder Gary Cadey, whose businesses Garfish Export and North Sea Fish moved into a new 4,000 square foot unit.
Use fork to plate linguine as shown Garfish with roe and fennel