piscivore


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piscivore

(ˈpɪsɪˌvɔː)
n
(Animals) an animal that feeds on fish
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Emeraid Piscivore (Lafeber Company, Cornell, IL, USA), a semi-purified diet intended for debilitated piscivorous species, was mixed with acid insoluble ash (AIA; Celite; Sigma-Aldrich Corp.
A predatory fish is usually a piscivore, feeding mostly on other fish, and their chemical senses are particularly sensitive to the basic components of protein--amino acids.
Similarly, the absence of any other piscivore besides cod and the paucity of other prey species in the Arctic lakes probably contribute to the earlier onset of cannibalism.
Blackmon D, Goecker ME, Christian J, Kroutil RM, Kirsch KID, Peterson BJ, Beck M, Vanderklift MA (2007) Fodd web interactions along seagrass - coral reef boundaries: effect of piscivore reductions on cross - habitat energy exchange.
0%) indicates that doncella is a carnivorous fish, with piscivore tendence.
Even though David has great knowledge of dinosaurs and can tell you if a particular one is a carnivore, herbivore, or piscivore, and its time period, he still wears pull-ups to bed, carries his comfort items around, and cries out in the night.
Conclusions from such surveys have sometimes been supplemented with small-scale experiments involving manipulation of piscivore abundances (Tonn et al.
Piscivore responses to enhancement of the channelized Kissimmee River, Florida, U.