These positions and movements are similar to those of the sua, which is the first sub-category of traditional Rotuman dancing known as the tautoga
1992 (Pacific chub mackerel, Scombridae) Solea solea (sole, Witthames3 Soleidae) Sprattus sprattus Kraus and Koster, 2004 balticus (Baltic sprat, Clupeidae) Tautoga
onitis LaPlante and Schultz, 2007 (tautog, Labridae) Thunnus albacores McPherson, 1991 (yellowfin tuna, Scombridae) Decreases Clupea bentincki Cubillos et al.
Increasingly complex substrates appeared to support higher abundance of lobster predators (Centopristis striata, Tautoga
onitis, Tautogolabrus adsperus) compared with habitats dominated by sand (pets.
onitis (Linnaeus), female Tautog, Family Labridae
This is less obviously the case in Pouliuli, in which the rituals that are observed do retain some of their meaning, particularly the tautoga
, a ceremony of oath-taking with the purpose of evoking confessions.
Early life history of the tautog, Tautoga
onitis, in the Mid-Atlantic Bight.
maenas; starfish (Rivara (3)); northern puffers, Sphoeroides maculates (Rivara (3)); tautog, Tautoga
onitis; eider ducks, Somateria mollissima (Whittaker (4)); and scup, Stenotomus chrysops (Whittaker (4)) and, along shallow shores, gulls (Family Laridae) (Fig.
Early life history of the tautog Tautoga
onitis in the mid-Atlantic bight.
The expansion of this habitat type in the Bight by man's addition of solid material has probably had an effect on LMR distributions and fisheries (such as American lobster, Homarus americanus; cod, Gadus morhua; red hake, Urophycis chuss; ocean pout, Macrozoarces americanus; scup, Stenotomus chrysops; black sea bass, Centropristis striata; and tautog, Tautoga
onitis) and possible effect on other resources, but these effects are not well known nor well understood.
0 at temperatures 13-18[degrees]C), and tautog, Tautoga
Role of temperature in triggering migratory behavior of the adult tautog Tautoga
onitis under laboratory conditions.
Age, growth, and reproduction of tautog Tautoga
onitis (Labridae: Perciformes) from coastal waters of Virginia.