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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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.
Behavioral interactions between black mudfish (Neochanna diversus Stokell, 1949: Galaxiidae) and mosquito-fish (Gambusia affinis Baird and Girard, 1854).
There are the popular emblems of the mudfish, sentry image with all seeing eyes similar to that of the chameleon at the top part of the tray and figures smoking pipes.
Together, the Orange River mudfish (Labeo capensis), the largemouth yellowfish (Labeobarbus kimberleyensis) and the smallmouth yellowfish (Labeobarbus aeneus) account for >99 per cent of all taxonomically identifiable remains (Plug et al.
Genetic variation, population structure, and cryptic species within the black mudfish, Neochanna diversus, an endemic galaxiid from New Zealand.
Her work appears in Mudfish, Cream City Review, Chelsea, Fourteen Hills, Nimrod, and Puerto del Sol, among others.
There also are bluegill, redear, catfish, gar, mudfish, black crappie and Seminole killifish.
The money will be mainly used to build a 10-room ibis house and a culture pond northeast of the center for breeding mudfish, the ibises' food, the officials said.