Genyonemus lineatus

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Noun1.Genyonemus lineatus - small silvery marine food fish found off CaliforniaGenyonemus lineatus - small silvery marine food fish found off California
croaker - any of several fishes that make a croaking noise
genus Genyonemus, Genyonemus - a genus of Sciaenidae
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Duration of spawning season ranged from 2 months (Black Drum) to 7-10 months for White Croaker (Genyonemus lineatus), a Pacific species.
Northern anchovy also constituted most of the midwater-trawl catch during 1980- 1999, whereas a more diverse catch was reported for otter trawls fished during the same time (>50% of the catch was composed of white croaker, Genyonemus lineatus; shiner perch; bay goby; and English sole; K.
Female white croakers (Genyonemus lineatus) collected from San Pedro Bay, California, with body burdens of [greater than or equal to] 3.8 ppm [SIGMA]DDT (total of all isomers of DDT and its breakdown products) could not be induced to spawn and exhibited only early-stage oocytes, of which high numbers were atretic relative to reference fish (Hose et al.
Habitat selection and utilization of white croaker (Genyonemus lineatus) in the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors and the development of predictive habitat use models.
Daily spawning fraction estimated for this species was similar to that reported for Pogonias cromis from the Gulf of Mexico (Fitzhugh et al., 1993), but higher than those estimated for other sciaenids, such as Seriphus politus (DeMartini and Fountain, 1981), Genyonemus lineatus (Love et al., 1984), Cynoscion nebulosus (Brown-Peterson et al., 1988) and Cynoscion guatucupa (Macchi, 1998).
White croaker (Genyonemus lineatus) are a commonly caught and consumed species off local fishing piers near the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbor.