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megalops

(ˈmɛɡəˌlɒps)
n
1. (Zoology) a free-swimming larval stage in the development of crabs that occurs subsequent to the zoea stage and in which the larvae have large eyes and the same number of legs as fully developed adults
2. (Zoology) a larva in the megalops stage of development
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Roman-Rodriguez MJ (2000) Estudio Poblacional del Chano Norteno, Micropogonias megalops y la curvina Golfina Cynoscion othonopterus (Gilbert) (Pisces: Sciaenidae), Especies Endemicas del Alto Golfo de California, Mexico.
Elops saurus y Megalops atlanticus como componentes de la comunidad de peces del sector sur de la RBLP, que no fueron obtenidas en el presente estudio, lo cual hace evidente el efecto del arte de pesca utilizado ya que en este ultimo trabajo se utilizo una red agallera.
Silver kings, the mighty Megalops Atlanticus, just might offer the pinnacle of angling pursuits in the region, and April is generally the month the action becomes heightened.
Megalops atlanticus (Megalopidae), a new fish at the Pacific Ocean; information about its fishery importance
43 %, 8 de las especies mas abundantes y mayor aparicion fueron: Synodus scituliceps (75 lances), Diplectrum macropoma (72 lances), Micropogonias megalops (68 lances) y Paralabrax maculatofasciatus (28 lances).
Cloacotaenia megalops is the only cestode which commonly found in cloaca.
Among the Pachyrhizodontidae, the new fish is notably similar to Pachyrhizodus megalops, from the Cenomanian of England, and to Rhacolepis, from the Aptian of Brazil, in some particular features of the frontal bones, as presented above.
That fish is Megalops atlanticus, an archaic, cow-eyed, thick-jawed feeding machine that can reach eight feet in length and weigh 250 pounds.
Megalops atlanticus Valenciennes, 1847; Megalopidae: Sabalo (PN, PS, ZN, CA, VC),
Micropogonias megalops y la curvina Golfina Cynoscion othonopterus (Gilbert) (Pisces: Sciaenidae) especies endemicas del alto Golfo California, Mexico Instituto del Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo Sustentable del Estado de Sonora.
megalops (Bates), fueron atraidos por las trampas de luz, mientras que P.