tomtate


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Noun1.Tomtate - found off the West Indies and Floridatomtate - found off the West Indies and Florida
grunt - medium-sized tropical marine food fishes that utter grunting sounds when caught
genus Haemulon, Haemulon - type genus of the Haemulidae
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Traditionally once the water temperature drops below 65 degrees the red snapper and tomtate grunts start pulling farther offshore.
Tomtate grunt and whitemouth croaker showed a quite balanced production in both areas (Table 6).
vermilion snapper, red porgy, and tomtate [Haemulon aurolineatum]) that were smaller (<350 mm TL) in size and lower in value than red snapper composed the majority (54.
Not surprisingly, TomTate (pictured) ups him to seven furlongs today and winning an ordinary maiden like this should be a formality, especially as all Tate's improve massively for a run.
Trainer TomTate has done a fine job with this juvenile, who has held his form consistently well since June.
Haemulon aurolineatum (ronco gris / tomtate grunt): se caracteriza por la presencia de una mancha oscura a cada lado del pedunculo caudal.
SEFIS trap surveys: Black Sea Bass (Centropristis striata), Tomtate (Haemulon aurolineatum), Red Porgy (Pagrus pagrus), Bank Sea Bass (Centropristis ocyurus), Gray Triggerfish (Balistes capriscus), Vermilion Snapper (Rhomboplites aurorubens), Stenotomus spp.
Of the 2,805 individuals used for bait, the species caught and used most often were chub mackerel, Scomber japonicus (29%); pinfish, Lagodon rhomboides (20%); and tomtate, Haemulon aurolineatum (16%).
Distribution, abundance, and age and growth of the Tomtate, Haemulon aurolineatum, along the Southeastern United States coast.
The huge cubera was caught on spinning tackle and ate a live tomtate grunt that was intended for a cobia.
3), three assemblages had the strongest similarities among member species, labeled here as the deepwater assemblage (blueline tilefish, snowy grouper, speckled hind, and yellowedge grouper), southern assemblage (blue runner, gray snapper, lane snapper, mutton snapper, and yellowtail snapper), and northern assemblage (bank sea bass, black sea bass, knobbed porgy, gag, gray triggerfish, greater amberjack, red porgy, red snapper, scamp, tomtate, vermilion snapper, white grunt, and whitebone porgy).
Unidentifed snapper 79 Lutjanus synagris Lane snapper 80 Lutjanus vivanus Silk snapper 81 Ocyurus chrysurus Yellowtail snapper 82 Rhomboplites aurorubens Vermilion snapper Lobotidae, Tripletails 83 Lobotes surinamensis Tripletail Gerreidae, Mojarras 84 Gerres cinereus Yellowfin mojarra Haemulidae, Grunts 85 Anisotremus surinamensis Black margate 86 Anisotremus virginicus Porkfish 87 Haemulon album Margate 88 Haemulon aurolineatum Tomtate 89 Haemulon carbonarium Caesar grunt 90 Haemulon chrysargyreum Smallmouth grunt 91 Haemulon flavolineatum French grunt 92 Haemulon macrostomum Spanish grunt 93 Haemulon parrai Sailor's choice 94 Haemulon plumieri White grunt 95 Haemulon sciurus Bluestriped grunt 96 Haemulon spp.