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Synonyms for lizardfish

tropical fishes with large mouths in lizard-like heads

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In this study, the microbial flora isolated from gills and intestine tissues of some finfish species; saddled seabream (Oblada melanura), gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata), bogue (Boops boops), horse mackerel (Trachurus mediterraneus), red mullet (Mullus barbatus), brushtooth lizardfish (Saurida undosquamis), grey mullet (Mugil cephalus), threadfin bream (Nemipterus randalli) which caught from Iskenderun Bay from 6 different locations/local fish market were evaluated.
Kalhoro MA, Liu Q, Memon KH, Waryani B, Soomro SH (2015) Maximum sustainable yield of Greater lizardfish Saurida tumbil fishery in Pakistan using CEDA and ASPIC packages.
The inshore lizardfish, Synodus foetens, is one of the most common coastal demersal predators on the Gulf of Mexico's continental shelf (Cruz-Escalona et al, 2005).
Quality assessment of fish burgers from deep flounder (Pseudorhombus elevatus) and brushtooth lizardfish (Saurida undosquamis) during storage at -18[degrees]C.
Abstract Growth and mortality parameters of brushtooth lizardfish Saurida undosquamis (Richardson, 1848)
inland silverside Menidia beryllina, spot Leiostomus xanthurus, least puffer Sphoeroidesparvus, and inshore lizardfish Synodus foetens.
50) - for any curry virgins out there, nothing to do with duck, but salted lizardfish, something I had never tried before - pilau rice (pounds 1.
Benjakul S, Visessanguan W and J Turksuban Changes in physico-chemical properties and gel-forming ability of lizardfish (Saurida tumbil) during post-mortem storage in ice.
and blue crabs (dozens and dozens of these, in all sizes), we found 3 inshore lizardfish (the largest about 6" long).
136) Cartilagenous fish include the Southern Stingray; Bony fish include the Atlantic Needlefish, French Angelfish, Lizardfish, Puffer, and Spotfin Mojarra.
Potential predators that were observed during tethering included larger Nassau grouper ([greater than]10 mm TL; n = 17 fish in all observations), bar jack (Caranx ruber; n = 10 fish), schoolmaster snapper (Lutjanus apodus; n = 5 fish), lizardfish (Synodus intermedius; n = 3 fish), red hind (Epinephelus guttatus; n = 2 fish), and gray snapper (L.
In the few cases in which I did observe a recruit leaving a reef, it was almost immediately eaten by a small piscivorous fish (primarily lizardfish, Synodus spp.
The lizardfish was lying on the coral, waiting for a small fish or other creature to get close enough to catch.