Bairdiella


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Related to Bairdiella: Bairdiella chrysoura
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Noun1.Bairdiella - drumfishBairdiella - drumfish        
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Sciaenidae, Sciaenidae - warm-water marine fishes including the drums and grunts and croakers and sea trout
Bairdiella chrysoura, mademoiselle, silver perch - small silvery drumfish often mistaken for white perch; found along coasts of United States from New York to Mexico
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The top trophic level predators for the NVB were Bairdiella chrysoura (TL = 4.
Description in text appears to be in part of Leiostomus xanthurus Lacepede and in part of Bairdiella chrysoura (Lacepede); the illustration is of B.
Ecologia, biologia y dinamica de las poblaciones Bairdiella chrysoura en la Laguna de Terminos, sur del Golfo de Mexico (Pisces: Sciaenidae).
The orangemouth corvina (Cynoscion xanthulus), bairdiella (Bairdiella icistia), and sargo (Anisotremus davidsonii) were established in the Salton Sea in the 1950s and, although piscivorous, these species were not considered a threat to desert pupfish because their habitats rarely overlapped (Walker et al.
Bairdiella chrysoura Lacepede (silver perch) are resident in the summer, but are not found in winter because they migrate out of estuaries and move south as temperatures cool in the fall (Able and Brown, 2005; Able and Fahay, 1998).
Three non-catfish species, all of which are marine (silver perch, Bairdiella Chrysoura; spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, and striped anchovy, Anchoa hepsetus) were collected in 2000 in very small numbers, but not in 1983-1984.
Also boated was a slew of tilapia (those that aren't floating are delicious-eating) and bairdiella, a smaller croaker - both of which are forage for corvina.
Ten species of fish were only collected in the spring: black drum Pogonias cromis, silver perch Bairdiella chrysoura, southern kingfish Menticirrhus americanus, stripped mullet Mugil cephalus, ladyfish Elops saurus, pipefish Syngnathus spp.
Analysis of sound production in estuarine aggregations of Pogonias cromis, Bairdiella chrysoura, and Cynoscion nebulosus (Sciaenidae).