Bairdiella


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Noun1.Bairdiella - drumfishBairdiella - drumfish        
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Sciaenidae, Sciaenidae - warm-water marine fishes including the drums and grunts and croakers and sea trout
Bairdiella chrysoura, mademoiselle, silver perch - small silvery drumfish often mistaken for white perch; found along coasts of United States from New York to Mexico
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Length frequency data were analyzed from a sample of 1,485 individuals of the five most commercially important species (Table 3) among them Bairdiella ronchus (Sciaenidae), Cathorops mapale (Ariidae), Mugil incilis, (Mugilidae), Trichiurus lepturus (Lepturidae) and Cetengraulis edentulus (Engraulidae).
2.6 3.0 Scombridae Thunnus thynnus 4.5 5.9 Sciaenidae Bairdiella chrysoura 1.6 -- Sciaenidae Cynoscion spp.
In summer spot, Leisotomus xanthurus (Lacepede, 1802) were abundant in all habitats, but silver perch Bairdiella chrysoura (Lacepede, 1802) were more abundant over uncultivated habitats than either the clam or harvested sites (ANOVA: F = 115, P< 0.001).
Description in text appears to be in part of Leiostomus xanthurus Lacepede and in part of Bairdiella chrysoura (Lacepede); the illustration is of B.
The orangemouth corvina (Cynoscion xanthulus), bairdiella (Bairdiella icistia), and sargo (Anisotremus davidsonii) were established in the Salton Sea in the 1950s and, although piscivorous, these species were not considered a threat to desert pupfish because their habitats rarely overlapped (Walker et al., 1961).
Bairdiella chrysoura Lacepede (silver perch) are resident in the summer, but are not found in winter because they migrate out of estuaries and move south as temperatures cool in the fall (Able and Brown, 2005; Able and Fahay, 1998).
Although no additional studies have been recently published, earlier works indicated that serranids (e.g., Epinephelus analogus, Paralabrax nebulifer, Mycteroperca spp.) were the primary teleost targets, with malacanthids (e.g., Caulolatilus princeps), gerreids (e.g., Eucinostomus argenteus, Diapterus peruvianus), haemulids (e.g., Haemulon scudderi, Pomadasys spp.), sciaenids (e.g., Cynoscion parvipinnis, Bairdiella icistia), mugilids (e.g., Mugil cephalus, M.
Chivo Sciaenidae Cynoscion Cynoscion jamaiciencis Salmon Larimus Larimus breviceps Boquita de sabalo Micropogonias Micropogonias altipinnis Corvina Bairdiella Bairdiella sanctaeluciae Raboseco Ctenosciaena Ctenosciaena Boquita gracilicirrhus pa'bajo Menticirrhus Menticirrhus amaricanus Lambe Haemulidae Pomadasys Pomadasys corvinaeformis Corvinata Conodon Conodon nobilis Ronco Ephippidae Chaetodipterus Chaetodipterus faber Pantomima Gerreidae Gerres Gerres cinereus Mojarra aguja Trichiuridae Trichiurus Trichurus lepturus Sable Clupeidae Ophistonema Ophistonema oglinum Amarga Harengula Harengula clupeola Conchua Albulidae Albula Albula vulpes Pejeraton Mugilidae Mugil Mugil sp.
rhomboidalis y en Bairdiella ronchus, capturados en la misma localidad del presente estudio.