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Other fishes caught but not counted were goosefish, red hake Urophycis chuss (Walbaum), silver hake Merluccius bilimaris (Mitchill), smallmouth flounder Etropus microstomus (Gill), and Atlantic torpedo ray Tetronarce nobiliana (Bonaparte).
Hunter JR, Macewicz BJ, Lo NCH, Kimbrell CA (1992) Fecundity, spawning and maturity of female Dover sole Microstomus pacificu with an evaluation of assumption and precision.
Relationship between otolith microstructure microchemistry and early life history events in Dover sole Microstomus pacificus.
Of these, Lyopsetta exilis (slender sole) and Microstomus pacificus (dover sole) are among the most abundant flatfishes in the demersal communities of the northwest Pacific Ocean (Alton, 1972; Demory & Hosie, 1975).
Fecundity, spawning and maturity of female Dover sole Microstomus pacificus, with an evaluation of assumptions and ptecision Fishery Bulletin, 90: 101-128.
Phylogeographical structure of the Dover sole Microstomus pacificus: the larval retention hypothesis and genetic divergence along the deep continental slope of the northeastern Pacific Ocean.
These data suggested that the increased water content and apparent protein depletion may be similar to a condition found in Dover sole, Microstomus pacificus (Patashnik and Groninger, 1964) and American plaice, Hippoglossoides platessoides (Templeman and Andrews, 1956) and may make these fish less suitable for processing.
This is interesting, because the one true species offish properly identified as lemon sole, Microstomus kilt, is found only in Europe.
analis Durbin, 1909 ICN-MHN-4267 Hemigrammus erythrozonus Durbin, 1909 ICN-MHN-4268 Hemigrammus gracilis (Lutken, 1875) ICN-MHN-4269 Hemigrammus iota Durbin, 1909 ICN-MHN-4270 Hemigrammus marginatus Ellis, 1911 ICN-MHN-4271 Hemigrammus melanochrous Fowler, 1913 ICN-MHN-4272 Hemigrammus microstomus Durbin, 1918 ICN-MHN-4273 Hemigrammus schmardae ICN-MHN-4274 (Steindachner, 1882) Hemigrammus vorderwinkleri Gery, 1963 ICN-MHN-4275 Hydrolycus scomberoides (Cuvier, 1816) ICN-MHN-4276 Hyphessobrycon gracilior Gery, 1964 ICN-MHN-4277 Hyphessobrycon tukunai Gery, 1965 ICN-MHN-4278 Knodus cf.
The species of genus Diaphorocleidus (Monogenea) are reported to various hosts, as Bryconops affnis (Gunther, 1864), Astyanax bimaculatus (Linnaeus, 1758), Hemigrammus microstomus Durbin, 1918 and Gymnocorymbus ternetzi (Boulenger, 1895) (JOGUNOORI et al.