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Gila Trout

  1. Gila trout - The gila trout (Oncorhynchus gilae) is similar to a Cutthroat trout and a native to the Southwest United States, in Arizona and New Mexico.
  2. Gila trout are being raised in the Mora and Mescalero hatcheries. (Web site)
  3. Gila trout are swimming expressions of antiquity, artifacts of epochs past.
  4. Gila trout was not formally described until 1950, using fish collected in Main Diamond Creek in 1939 (Miller 1950).
  5. The Gila trout is a member of the salmon and trout family (Salmonidae). (Web site)

Abramis Ballerus

  1. Abramis ballerus feeds mostly on larger zooplankton.
  2. Abramis ballerus also known as zope or blue bream, is a fish.
  3. The Carp bream ( Abramis ballerus), the largest of the breams, is of note in Swedish fresh waters. (Web site)


  1. Alewife - One of the most popular members of the herring family, the alewife is anadromous (it spawns in fresh water).
  2. Alewife are more strongly compressed, deep, their body is less elongated and they have a much larger eye than blueback herring.
  3. The Alewife is a member of the Herring family that was released into the Great Lakes and has adapted and grown into lage populations.
  4. The Alewife is a small herring with a dark dorsal side, bluish to greenish, and light sides with horizontal darker stripes. (Web site)
  5. The Alewife is an exotic invasive fish that proliferated in Lake Huron and is now a key prey fish for salmon and walleye. (Web site)


  1. Amblycipitidae is a family of catfishes, commonly known as loach catfishes or torrent catfishes. (Web site)
  2. Ng, H. H., 2001. Amblyceps macropterus, a new species of amblycipitid catfish (Osteichthyes: Amblycipitidae) from Pakistan.
  3. A review of the genus Amblyceps (Osteichthyes: Amblycipitidae) in Indochina, with descriptions of five new species.

American Shad

  1. American Shad is a silvery fish with a row of dark spots along its side.
  2. American Shad is a schooling and highly migratory species. (Web site)
  3. American shad are anadromous fish (moving from the sea to spawn in freshwater) found along the Atlantic coast of North America from Newfoundland to Florida.
  4. American shad are anadromous, migrating from the ocean to freshwater specifically to reproduce. (Web site)
  5. American shad are collected during spawning runs and stripped of their eggs, which are then fertilized at the hatcheries.


  1. Anablepidae is a family of freshwater and brackish water fishes living on river estuaries in Central and South America.
  2. A gonopodium is a modified anal fin in males of certain species of live-bearing fish in the families Anablepidae and Poeciliidae.
  3. The four-eyed fishes are a genus, Anableps, of fishes in the family Anablepidae.


  1. Like the Anostomidae breeds, this fish also swims with his head suspended down.
  2. The Black Banded Leporinus is part of the Characin group and of the Anostomidae family. (Web site)
  3. Monophyly of the families Curimatidae, Prochilodontidae, Anostomidae, and Chilodontidae was proposed by Vari (1983). (Web site)


  1. Anthias are relatively small, hardy animals that fare well in aquaria.
  2. Anthias are mostly small, peaceful, and beautiful, and are very popular within the ornamental fish trade.
  3. Anthias are smallish fish by general standards, most reaching only 4 to 6 inches in length at maturity. (Web site)
  4. Anthias are zooplankton feeders.
  5. The anthias are fed mysid shrimp, at least once a day.

Apache Trout

  1. Apache trout is one of two native trout in Arizona.
  2. The Apache trout is one of only two trout native to Arizona.
  3. The Apache trout was listed as endangered in 1969 under the precursor to the Endangered Species Act and then down-listed to threatened in 1974. (Web site)
  4. The Apache trout was one of the first species to be down-listed from endangered to threatened after re-evaluation of its status.


  1. Apistogramma are best kept in species tanks with plenty of cover (in the form of plants and driftwood).
  2. Apistogramma are popular aquarium residents, particularly in community or planted aquariums. (Web site)
  3. Apistogramma is a genus of more than a hundred species of fish from the family Cichlidae found in tropical areas of the Amazon basin and Venezuela.
  4. The Apistogramma is a carnivore, and will consume a wide variety of foods.
  5. The Apistogramma is an egg layer that prefers to spawn in caves.

Atlantic Menhaden

  1. The Atlantic menhaden is a remarkable citizen of the sea.
  2. Atlantic menhaden are an ecologically critical fish species. (Web site)
  3. Atlantic menhaden are one of the most abundant fish species in estuarine and coastal Atlantic waters.
  4. Atlantic menhaden are the most important and one of the most abundant fish species in the Chesapeake Bay. (Web site)
  5. The Atlantic menhaden is one of the most abundant species of finfish in estuarine and coastal Atlantic waters. (Web site)

Beluga Sturgeon

  1. Beluga sturgeon are long lived and slow to mature.
  2. Beluga sturgeon were found to have the highest organochlorine levels of all sturgeon species, likely attributable to the species' longevity (Padeco 2002).
  3. Beluga sturgeon were once abundant in the Danube River.
  4. The Beluga Sturgeon is the most rare of the three varieties from the Caspian Sea. (Web site)
  5. The beluga sturgeon is a large fish from which highly valued beluga caviar is obtained. (Web site)


  1. A betta is a hardy fish, but can be a little lethargic in the winter months without a heater.
  2. Betta is a genus in the fish family Osphronemidae.
  3. Betta is a popular tank fish and its maintenance is least painful.
  4. Betta is one of the most beautiful freshwater fish and one of the famous aquarium fish. (Web site)
  5. It makes me nuts when I hear and see the name "Betta" spelled and mispornounced wrong. (Web site)

Black Bream

  1. A black bream is a kind of marine fish ( Coracinus capensis) that is found only along the coast of South Africa. (Web site)
  2. Black Bream are a deep, robustly built species (much like a Snapper) that is common in South Australia.
  3. Black bream are a dark bronze fish with a touch of green and silver, a deep, strong body and powerful tail.
  4. Black bream are also opportunistic feeders, consuming a range of plant and animal species. (Web site)
  5. Black bream are common in the rivers and estuaries of Australia's lower west, southern and south-east coasts.

Black Carp

  1. Black Carp - The black carp is a freshwater fish that likes lakes and the bottom of fast moving rivers. (Web site)
  2. Black carp are also known to eat freshwater shrimp, crawfish, and insects. (Web site)
  3. Black carp are considered to be a serious threat to mollusks native to the United States, many of which are critically endangered. (Web site)
  4. Black carp are different from the other three in two important ways: 1) Black carp have not been found in the wild, and 2) they eat only mussels and snails. (Web site)
  5. Black carp are farm-raised in aquaculture facilities throughout Asia and Eastern Europe for human consumption. (Web site)


  1. Bleak - a species of fish in Lake V--stra Silen.
  2. Bleak is a small fish which lives in shoals high in water.
  3. Bleak is a word that comes to mind.
  4. The Bleak - a species of fish in Lake --stra Silen.
  5. The Bleak is a long, slender, flat sided cyprinid fish with an almost straight back and a small typically superior mouth. (Web site)

Blue Marlin

  1. Blue marlin are considered by many to be the most sought after of all the ocean sport fish.
  2. Blue Marlin are memories that will never be forgotten. (Web site)
  3. Blue Marlin are probably the most sought after game fish.
  4. Blue marlin are greatly coveted by sportsfishers and trophy hunters.
  5. Blue marlin are known to make trans-Atlantic migrations.

Blue Pike

  1. Blue Pike were so common no one seemed to bother to photograph them from anything closer than 10 feet away. (Web site)
  2. Blue pike were known to spawn in deeper water than the walleye do.
  3. Blue pike were named for their distinct blue-gray cast, but walleyes in some waters also have a slight bluish tint. (Web site)
  4. The Blue Pike is a subspecies of the Walleye. (Web site)
  5. The Blue Pike was once the most fished fish in the great lakes however they were caught in the traditional manner. (Web site)


  1. Bonito are a schooling fish, and are known for going on incredible feeding frenzies, biting everything thrown at them, including bare hooks.
  2. Bonito are caught using the uniquely heroic single-line fishing method of Tosa.
  3. Bonito are commonly caught by trolling anglers who are looking for a bigger catch. (Web site)
  4. Bonito are excellent eating when prepared for sushi.
  5. Bonito are normally found over any water structures weed lines.

Bull Trout

  1. Bull Trout are an endangered species in Oregon with the exception of the Lake Billy Chinook and the Metolius River fishery.
  2. Bull trout are found in all the river systems with headwaters in the mountains. (Web site)
  3. Bull trout are members of the salmon family known as char. (Web site)
  4. Bull trout are vulnerable to many of the same threats that have reduced salmon populations in the Snake River Basin. (Web site)
  5. The Bull Trout is a land locked cousin.


  1. BURBOT is a freshwater fish which is related to the cod.
  2. Burbot - A freshwater cod with a lean white flesh and a delicate flavor.
  3. Burbot are a popular catch for anglers ice fishing in the winter. (Web site)
  4. Burbot are also found in many lakes of Interior and Southcentral Alaska. (Web site)
  5. Burbot are fair to good eating (recommended use is boiling), but rarely used as food, as most fishermen are put off by their "eely" appearance.

Chain Pickerel

  1. Chain pickerel are a very adaptable species living in a wide range of habitats throughout the state. (Web site)
  2. Chain pickerel are aggressive fighters once hooked, thus making them an exciting catch. (Web site)
  3. Chain pickerel are also attracted to a variety of live bait and lures but some of the favorites are minnows, streamer flies and spinners. (Web site)
  4. Chain pickerel are ambush predators that will follow lures for short distances with great bursts of speed. (Web site)
  5. Chain pickerel are an excellent species to target during the early spring, due to their preference for cooler water. (Web site)

Coho Salmon

  1. Coho salmon are also known as "silver salmon" or "silvers". (Web site)
  2. Coho Salmon are rare in the Sacramento River even though several attempts have been made to establish runs (Hallock and Fry, 1967). (Web site)
  3. Coho Salmon are widely distributed in steams along the California coast and are important to sport and commercial fisheries. (Web site)
  4. Coho salmon are also called silversides, silver, or jack salmon.
  5. Coho salmon are one of five species of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus) found in California. (Web site)

Cutthroat Trout

  1. Cutthroat Trout are generally found only in high alpine lakes or in some selected areas of the Pacific Northwest. (Web site)
  2. Cutthroat trout are introduced and mostly occur in the White Mountain lakes stocked by the Department.
  3. Cutthroat trout are named for the bright red-orange streak in the fold under the mouth.
  4. Cutthroat trout are native to western North America. (Web site)
  5. Cutthroat trout are prized by anglers because of their rarity, beauty and catch ability.

Dover Sole

  1. Dover Sole are distributed from the Bering Sea to central Baja California (Eschmeyer et al.
  2. Dover Sole are not considered to be overfished off the U.S. West Coast.
  3. Dover Sole are typically captured with bottom trawls that are highly destructive to seafloor habitats (Spencer, pers.
  4. Dover Sole is a long-lived, deep-dwelling species targeted by the commercially important Pacific groundfish fisheries.
  5. Dover sole are not considered to be overfished (NMFS 2003); thus, no recovery plan is needed.


  1. Dunkleosteus was a extinct, armored fish from the family Dinichthys.
  2. Dunkleosteus was a carnivore (a meat-eater).
  3. Dunkleosteus was a heavily armored fish of the late Devonian, living about 400 million years ago.
  4. Dunkleosteus was a huge carnivorous fish from the late Devonian.
  5. Dunkleosteus was a large Placoderm (armoured prehistoric fish) that lived in the late Devonian period, about 360 --- 415 million years ago. (Web site)


  1. Garfish are certainly edible, but are not universally recognized as being so because of their somewhat strong flavor.
  2. Garfish are not easily scared, so a fairly short leader of approximately 2-3 meters (6-9') will be fine. (Web site)
  3. Garfish are not leader shy and their sharp teeth can easily break light tippets.
  4. Garfish are not necessarily a sign a poor fishing.
  5. The Garfish are oviparous and the eggs are often found attached to objects in the water by tendrils on the egg's surface. (Web site)

Golden Trout

  1. Golden Trout are the least reproductive of the trout family because of long cold winters and high elevation make food scarce.
  2. Golden Trout are small only about five to seven inches although ten inches has been recorded.
  3. Golden trout are distinguished from cutthroats by the absence of basibranchial teeth and white border on the pelvic and anal fins. (Web site)
  4. Golden trout are native only to a few small lakes and streams at high elevations in the Sierra Nevada of California. (Web site)
  5. Golden trout are naturally found in clear, cool waters with a temperature of 58-62 degrees at elevations higher the 6000 ft. (Web site)


  1. A goldeye is a species of mooneye fish. (Web site)
  2. Goldeye are abundant in the downstream reaches of the Red River, while mooneye are more abundant in the upstream reaches.
  3. Goldeye are found in both Canadian and American waters.
  4. Goldeye are mainly nocturnal feeders.
  5. The goldeye is a small fish averaging about 450 g in weight and 30.5 cm in length.

Gold Severum

  1. Gold severum - The Gold Severum (Cichlasoma severum) is a gold colored peaceful freshwater tropical fish.
  2. The Gold Severum is a beautiful cichlid, which accounts for much of its popularity. (Web site)
  3. The Gold Severum is a large South American Cichlid that has become very popular in the pet trade. (Web site)
  4. The Gold Severum is a round, fairly flat fish. (Web site)
  5. The Gold Severum is a trusting fish, and will often accept food directly from their owner's hand. (Web site)


  1. Haddock - A North Atlantic fish, the smaller cousin to the cod.
  2. Haddock - A premium whitefish, haddock is a member of the cod family, though smaller than Atlantic cod, generally weighing 2 to 5 pounds. (Web site)
  3. Haddock are caught from spring to fall, with fishing activity generally greatest in August and September. (Web site)
  4. Haddock is a bottom fish that lives at depths of between 40 and 300 meters.
  5. Haddock is a bottom fish that lives at depths of between 40 and 300 metres.


  1. Hilsa is a Pariah fish. (Web site)
  2. Hilsa is a form of shad. (Web site)
  3. Hilsa is a shad-like fish with a delicious taste, popular both in the home and as a dish served to hundreds of guests as a charity feast.
  4. Hilsa is an extremely soft kind of fish and tends to rot very quickly.
  5. Hilsa is an important source of foreign exchange for Bangladesh.

John Dory

  1. A John Dory is a spiny fish with a black spot on its side.
  2. John Dory are found on the coast of South West Africa, South East Asia and Australia, the coasts of Japan, and on the coasts of Europe. (Web site)
  3. John Dory is a fish which was offered with a tempting alchemy of baby artichoke, crushed fingerling potatoes, soy beans and a white wine sauce.
  4. John Dory is a spiny fish with a black spot on its side.
  5. The John Dory is a spiny fish with a black spot on its side. (Web site)


  1. A ladyfish is a great fish to catch on the fly.
  2. Ladyfish are a food fish of minor importance in some areas.
  3. Ladyfish are everywhere and are very aggressive so catching them is not a problem. (Web site)
  4. Ladyfish are everywhere and are very agressive so catching them is not a problem.
  5. Ladyfish are everywhere on the flats this week.

Neolamprologus Brichardi

  1. Neolamprologus Brichardi is a nice beginner fish for hobbyists willing to try out African Cichlids. (Web site)
  2. Neolamprologus Brichardi are quite productive in regards to spawning. (Web site)
  3. Neolamprologus brichardi - Commonly called the Princess of Burundi, this Tanganyikan cichlid is a favorite for old and new cichlid lovers!.
  4. Neolamprologus brichardi is a graceful, delicate fish.
  5. Neolamprologus brichardi is a typical cave-breeder, so it needs many stones and caves in his tank.

Northern Snakehead

  1. The Northern Snakehead is a non-native fish from China that has been spotted in the Potomac River.
  2. The northern snakehead is a fierce predator with a voracious appetite and a scary reputation. (Web site)
  3. The northern snakehead is a fish as long as your arm with a head like a snake and the jaws of a piranha. (Web site)
  4. The northern snakehead is a freshwater species and cannot tolerate salinity Salinity is the saltiness or dissolved salt content of a body of water.
  5. The northern snakehead is a freshwater species and cannot tolerate salinity in excess of ten parts per thousand (Courtenay and Williams 2004). (Web site)


  1. Ostariophysi is a superorder of fish.
  2. Ostariophysi is the second largest teleost order (biology) superorder.
  3. Ostariophysi is the second largest teleost superorder.[3] Ostariophysans includes fiver major lineages and is a very diverse group.
  4. Ostariophysi is the second-largest superorder of fish.
  5. The Ostariophysi are ain imprortan group of freshwater fishes which are generally intolerant of salt. (Web site)

Paradise Fish

  1. Paradise Fish are fairly combative, harassing and attacking each other as well as potentially killing small fish. (Web site)
  2. Paradise Fish are a joy to keep if appropriate research and planning goes into their aquarium set-up, tank mates, and care. (Web site)
  3. Paradise Fish are also great jumpers, so their tank should be covered.
  4. Paradise Fish are often found living in tiny water bodies in nature, and so in the aquarium this environment is emulated. (Web site)
  5. Paradise Fish are rather hardy.


  1. Payara are extremely aggressive and strike with intense power.
  2. Payara are fished with a slightly heavier 9-10- weight rod and either a 300-400-grain, 24-foot sink tip line depending upon water conditions. (Web site)
  3. Payara are fished with a slightly heavier 9-10-weight fly rod and either a 300 or 400-grain, 24-foot sink tip line depending upon water conditions. (Web site)
  4. Payara are usually not surface oriented fish, so big Rapalas, 7-inch jerk baits, Rat-L-Trap type lures, spoons and jigs are most productive.
  5. The Payara is a fast and excellent fighter also acrobatic, very aggressive.

Peacock Bass

  1. Peacock bass are greedy and highly competitive schooling fish.
  2. Peacock Bass are excellent parents, caring for the young for four weeks.
  3. Peacock bass are actually members of the cichlid family (like oscar).
  4. Peacock bass are also notorious for following to the boat. (Web site)
  5. Peacock bass are not true bass, but comprise a genus within the family Cichlidae.


  1. A pomfret is a type of fish belonging to the family Bramidae.
  2. A pomfret is a type of fish.
  3. Pomfret are perciform fishes belonging to the family Bramidae.
  4. Pomfret is a highly valued food fish to the commercial fishing industry.
  5. The Pomfret is an elitist fish.


  1. Pompano are found in the warm, temperate and tropical waters of the western Atlantic.
  2. Pompano are caught all year round but major fishing occurs in March, April, and May. (Web site)
  3. Pompano are often confused with small Permit of similar size, but Permit usually show a black blotch under the pectoral fin, and their bodies are deeper. (Web site)
  4. Pompano are ready strikers of artificial jigs, the Florida favorite being quarter-ounce or half-ounce models with short nylon skirts. (Web site)
  5. Pompano are still being skipped along the river, but the bite just hasn't been here this year. (Web site)


  1. Sablefish is the highest valued finfish per pound in Alaska commercial fisheries. (Web site)
  2. Sablefish are feeble fighters at best, but large fish have a weight advantage that makes hauling them from the depths a back breaking ordeal.
  3. Sablefish are found in the Eastern Pacific ocean from Mexico to Alaska's Aleutian Island chain.
  4. Sablefish is the most expensive bottomfish landed by U.S. fishermen.
  5. The sablefish was a featured ingredient on Food Network's Iron Chef, in "Morimoto vs Linton Hopkins".

White Perch

  1. The white perch is one of the most common fish in the Bay.
  2. The white perch is a determined fighter when hooked, and is one of our tastier and more popular panfishes. (Web site)
  3. The white perch is a temperate bass native to the Atlantic Coast of North America, from Nova Scotia to North Carolina. (Web site)
  4. White perch are an important recreational species, especially in the upper Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries. (Web site)
  5. White perch are available to anglers from shore and from boats because they are widely distributed among a variety of habitats, including inshore waters. (Web site)


  1. A new species of the genus Acropoma (Perciformes: Acropomatidae) from the Philippines. (Web site)
  2. A new species of the genus Malakcihthys (Perciformes: Acropomatidae) from Japan. (Web site)
  3. Review of the genus Malakichthys (Perciformes: Acropomatidae) with the description of a new species. (Web site)

African Arowana

  1. African Arowana (Heteriotis niloticus): from Nile river and its basin, in Africa.
  2. Heterotis niloticus The African arowana, Heterotis niloticus, is seldom seen in the hobby, and is closely related to the Arapaima.
  3. African Arowana originated from Africa and it is the most commong Arowana available.

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