piscivore


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piscivore

(ˈpɪsɪˌvɔː)
n
(Animals) an animal that feeds on fish
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Furthermore, Pelican Lake has a 38-cm (15-in) minimum length limit for largemouth bass, another piscivore.
Although the size classes differed slightly, this previous study reported Summer Flounder (21-70 cm) and Bluefish (>31 cm) in a piscivore guild distinct from small Bluefish (10-30 cm) and Weakfish (10-50 cm).
Knowledge of the population structure of northern pike (Esox lucius), an important recreational and top-level piscivore, is essential to Nebraska Sandhill lakes management.
2001) found this to be the explanation for bluefish, a primary piscivore that included invertebrate prey in its diet when invertebrates were relatively abundant in the environment.
Abstract--The introduced grouper species peacock hind (Cephalopholis argus), was the dominant large-body piscivore on the Main Hawaiian Island (MHI) reefs assessed by underwater visual surveys in this study.
1993), trophic interactions between fish larvae and their surrounding zooplankton and piscivore communities (Hunter and Kimbrell, 1980), and the relationship between early life processes and subsequent recruitment success (Bradford, 1992; Houde, 1997).
The use and abuse of fish otoliths in studies of feeding habits of marine piscivores.
Emerald Shiner inhabits lakes and rivers and is a popular prey item for highly sought after piscivores, such as Sander vitreus.
1,2,25-32) All avian species reported were piscivores, including the boat-billed heron (Cochlearius cochlearius) and egrets (Ardea alba and Egretta thula).
It is evident from a number of recent studies that the proportion of piscivores decreases with decreasing latitude (Jeppesen et al.