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Synonyms for snakehead

showy perennial of marshlands of eastern and central North America having waxy lanceolate leaves and flower with lower part creamy white and upper parts pale pink to deep purple

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Since snakeheads still suffer from the stigma attached to them by the press, there are few people marketing themselves as snakehead guides in South Florida.
In this study, we used mitochondrial Cyt b gene sequences as molecular marker to investigate the relationships and genetic diversity of two color morphs of northern snakehead and other Chnannidae family species.
In 2008, northern snakeheads (Channa argus) were discovered in Ridgebury Lake in the town of Wawayanda, Orange County.
The snakehead's spread is limited only by its intolerance for salt water, and for temperatures below 50 degrees, according to Kelly Gestring, a project biologist with Florida's nonnative fish and wildlife program, which shares space at the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Palm Beach County.
Huang's solicitor said his client had been deceived by snakeheads after being sneaked into the UK in 2007.
Cannibalism is the most common problem leading to low survival during snakehead larviculture.
The 27-year old plumber made two world records: one for the biggest northern snakehead and another for a snakehead catch using a 20-pound fishing line, breaking an earlier record of 17-pound, 4-ounce snakehead caught in Japan in 2004.
Tilapia reproduce extremely quickly so the predatory Snakeheads, which are native to Africa and Asia, have also been introduced simultaneously to keep the Tilapia population under control.
The Royal Golf Club's course maintenance team has introduced 1,000 Tilapia fish and 200 Snakehead fish into its six lakes as part of a three-year plan to improve water quality and the eco-system at the facility.
can confirm that it has completed the sale of a majority of it's assets to SnakeHead Software LLC.
Among the periods are the proto-Maya Olmec cities of San Lorenzo and La Venta 1250-400 BC, the Mirador Basin in times long gone 1000 BC-AD 150, Calakmul and the Snakehead Dynasty as a Maya superpower, and terminal classic in the Yucatan AD 800-1100.
Peter May's SNAKEHEAD (9781590586066, $24.95) provides the fourth China thriller and returns American pathologist Margaret Campbell back on home soil, facing a truck load of dead Chinese and a Beijing detective who is to work with her to find how his fellow countrymen died.
Patrick Radden Keefe, The Snakehead: An Epic Tale of the Chinatown Underworld and the American Dream.
This one's got more reviews of books found in the garbage, an article on a true menace: the snakehead fish, interviews with Mass Hysteri, Demon Claws, and Savage Crimes, "Guilty Pleasures" (including mouthing swear words to little kids and puking on things), comics, reviews, and two people commenting on the worst person and worst band at South by Southwest.