searobin


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sea robin

or sea·rob·in (sē′rŏb′ĭn)
n.
Any of various bottom-dwelling marine fishes of the family Triglidae, having a bony head, winglike pectoral fins with two or three rays used as feelers, and the ability to produce sounds with the swim bladder. Also called gurnard.
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Noun1.searobin - American gurnardsearobin - American gurnard; mostly found in bays and estuaries
gurnard - bottom-dwelling coastal fishes with spiny armored heads and fingerlike pectoral fins used for crawling along the sea bottom
northern sea robin, Prionotus carolinus - large searobin; found from Nova Scotia to Florida
armored sea robin, armored searobin, Peristedion miniatum - sea robins having bony scutes on the body and barbels on the chin; found mostly on the continental slope
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Kingcroaker 1,050 43,001 Oligoplites sanrus I rather 1,000 24,176 jacket Peprilus pam American -- 6,461 harvestfish Prionotus punctatus Bluewing 22,400 1,615,631 searobin Pomatomus saltatrix Bluefish 16,130 158,373 Rajidae Rays 1,100 7,152 Rhinobatos spp.
Striped Searobin Prionotus evolans--Striped searobins inhabit sandy bottom areas of inshore estuaries out to deep water up to 300 feet.
CMS Trunkline spokesman John Barnett said the SeaRobin and Terrebonne offshore gathering systems are being inspected but still are not transporting any production.
9%), followed by codling, grey triggerfish and bluewing searobin, all oscillating around 22%.
A new species of western Atlantic armored searobin, Peristedion greyae (Pisces: Peristediidae).
mummichog, six percent, striped searobin and bay anchovy, each four percent, with white perch, tomcod, winter flounder, American eel, and blackfish making up the remaining five percent.
Its apparent disjunct range may have been due to special circumstances at Station 7, where no species of searobin was collected.
However, Argentine croaker, Argentine hake, bluewing searobin, catfish, monkfish, red porgy, sand flounder added to the three former species were the most important resources in terms of biomass landed (Table 6).
Five fish species were observed in the fall only: Atlantic croaker, red drum, shrimp eel Ophichthus gomesii, emerald sleeper Erotelis smaragdus, and blackwing searobin Prionotus rubio.
Unidentified searobin Bothidae, Lefteye flounders 150 Bothus lunatus Peacock flounder 151 N.