striped mullet

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most important commercial mullet in eastern United States

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Render JH, Thompson BA, Allen RL (1995) Reproductive development of striped mullet in Louisiana estuarine waters with notes on the applicability of reproductive assessment methods for isochronal species.
Preliminary biological data of the striped mullet (Mullus surmuletus) in the aegean Sea.
Gray striped mullet itself also appeared on the seasonal menu when we visited.
Striped mullet have a significant economic impact in the southeast where they represented a landings value of 16.
Exposing striped mullet (Mugil cephalus) to K brevis in laboratory aquaria permits respiratory and oral exposure as well as dermal contact with the toxin-producing organism.
Topsmelt, striped mullet, deepbody anchovy, and slough anchovy inhabitat the water column of both the main channels and along the shoreline, although topsmelt and mullet feed on the bottom.
The commonest are the roes of the common striped mullet (Mugil cephalus), and especially lumpfish roe from the sea hen (Cyclopterus lumpus), a scorpaeniform from the North Sea which spawns small (1-2 mm diameter), greenish eggs, which are often dyed black.
Abstract: The parasitic prevalence and mean intensity in the striped mullet, Mugil cephalus, was seasonally determined during an annual cycle (February 1994 to February 1995) in the confluence of the Colorado and Hardy rivers, Baja California, Mexico.
As worldwide demand for fish roe has increased in recent years (Iversen, 1990), roe products have been developed and prepared from such diverse species groups as the lumpfish (Cyclopteridae) in the North Atlantic (Stevenson and Baird, 1988), flying-fishes (Exocoetidae) in the tropics, capelin (Osmeridae) in more boreal waters (Iversen, 1990), and striped mullet (Mugilidae) along the southeastern United States (Leard et al.
Silver mullet and striped mullet are the predominant mullet species of Florida's shallow inshore waters, common around grassflats, shorelines and seawalls along bays, creeks, estuaries and coastal beaches around the state.
Striped mullet are the most abundant and largest with bodies displaying distinct stripes.
Abstract--Fecundity in striped mullet (Mugil cephalus) from South Carolina correlated highly with length and weight, but not with age.
Local populations of the larger striped mullet will also be congregating in vulnerable areas.