mudfish


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mud·fish

 (mŭd′fĭsh′)
n. pl. mudfish or mud·fish·es
See bowfin.

mudfish

(ˈmʌdˌfɪʃ)
n, pl -fish or -fishes
(Animals) any of various fishes, such as the bowfin and cichlids, that live at or frequent the muddy bottoms of rivers, lakes, etc
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For months now, the waters in these vast marshes have been dropping, forcing all the bass and peacock bass, panfish, pickerel, gar, mudfish and baitfish into the surrounding canals.
An increase was also recorded in the production of skipjack, yellowfin tuna, mud crab, blue crab, big-eye tuna, mudfish, catfish and oysters.
Finger-sized fish for making prahok - typically mudfish - are collected in giant nets called dai over two periods of peak activity, each lasting about two weeks ahead of a full moon.
Staff working on the Huntly section of the Waikato Expressway have dug in more than 1300 natives to protect an isolated pocket of at-risk black mudfish found in a farm drain.
I recollect fighting one fish--a 20 odd pound specimen which, when close to the boat, regurgitated a partially digested mudfish fully 12-14 inches long
Her most recent work was published in Tribes anthology, Many Mountains Moving, Mudfish, And Then, and Bowery Poets anthology.
Consuming milkfish, tilapia, carp, mudfish, cream dory or kanduli that thrive in Laguna de Bay may be fatal after health experts said the bay was full of heavy metals accumulation that could cause serious ailments, including cancer.
Madu CT, Udodike EBC, Ita EO (1990) Food and feeding habits of hatchlings of mudfish Ciarias anguillaris (L).
Her most recent poems appear or are forthcoming in Connotation Press, Hunger Mountain, Los Angeles Review, Mudfish, Salamander, Sou'wester, and the Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Poetry.
Of extremely thin, hollowed-out ivory, this bracelet is highly decorated with a complex repertoire of Benin royal and symbolic motifs, including various groupings of an Oba or king --identified by his mudfish legs--flanked by high-ranking chiefs, warriors or attendants.
Non carcinogenic health risks of heavy metals in mudfish from Laguna Lake.