Elops saurus


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Noun1.Elops saurus - game fish resembling the tarpon but smallerElops saurus - game fish resembling the tarpon but smaller
tarpon, Tarpon atlanticus - large silvery game fish of warm Atlantic coastal waters especially off Florida
Elops, genus Elops - type genus of the Elopidae: tenpounder
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Carl Linnaeus first described and named the ladyfish, Elops saurus, in 1766.
Although it is impossible to say with certainty which species Holbrook described and illustrated, he most likely had Elops saurus.
americanus and the Engraulidae were sampled in their juvenile and larvae stages, while Porichthys porosissimus, Elops saurus, Micropogonias furnieri and all the Gerreidae were collected only in larval stage.
Nursery habitats for ladyfish, Elops saurus, along salinity gradients in two Florida estuaries.
Aspectos biologicos y ecologicos del macabi Elops saurus Linnaeus (Pisces: Elopidae) en la Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta y costa adyacente, Caribe colombiano.
Las especies mas representativas en esta estacion fueron: Oligoplites saurus (10,85%), Elops saurus (13,68%), Cathorops spixii (6,6%), Archosargus rhomboidalis (6,6%), Caranx latus (6,13%), Tylosurus crocodilus (5,66%) y Haemulon bonariense (4,72%) (Fig.
schmitti 0,065 X Centropomus undecimalis 0,072 X Elops saurus 0,88 X Cathorops spixi 0,09 X Cr Especie Prom Grupos Centropomus undecimalis ND X Mugil curema 0,07 XX Mugil liza 0,07 XX P.
One example of this type of data gap is that for ladyfish, Elops saurus, a fishery species that inhabits coastal waters of Florida (Hildebrand, 1963; Murray et al.
Unidentified stingray Elopidae, Tarpons 9 Elops saurus Ladyfish 10 Megalops atlanticus Tarpon Albulidae, Bonefishes 11 Albula vulpes Bonefish Muraenidae, Morays 12 Gymnothorax moringa Spotted moray 13 Gymnothorax spp.
Petersburg, and Smithsonian Marine Station in Fort Pierce have compiled species accounts for Elops saurus.
3 Total Elops saurus 2 2 Sardinella aurita 30 30 Thalassophryne maculosa 2 1 3 Hemirhamphus brasiliensis 6 1 7 Tylosurus sp.