Lagodon rhomboides


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Noun1.Lagodon rhomboides - similar to sea breamLagodon rhomboides - similar to sea bream; small spiny-finned fish found in bays along the southeastern coast of the United States
sparid, sparid fish - spiny-finned food fishes of warm waters having well-developed teeth
genus Lagodon, Lagodon - a genus of Sparidae
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Se identificaron 12 especies dominantes que representaron al 97,4% de la captura total en numero de individuos, entre las cuales Haemulon plumierii fue la mas abundante con una proporcion de 52% de la captura total, seguida por Lagodon rhomboides y Orthopristis chrysoptera (Tabla 2).
Habitos alimenticios del pez Lagodon rhomboides (Perciformes: Sparidae) en la laguna costera de Chelem, Yucatan, Mexico.
Similar to the other estuaries with stations located in seagrass and nearshore sandy areas, the numerical dominate juvenile fish in Choctawhatchee Bay (1992-1995) were pinfish (Lagodon rhomboides), spot (Leiostomus xanthurus), pigfish (Orthopristis chrysoptera), and tidewater silverside (Menidia spp.) Although juvenile ladyfish were not captured in Choctawhatchee Bay, adult ladyfish are found in Choctawhatchee Bay; thus, it is presumable that if sampling stations were located within or near the protected bayous or creeks surrounding the northern sections of Choctawhatchee Bay, instead of the open bay areas, then juvenile ladyfish could possibly have been located and collected.
Varias especies nectonicas utilizan estos habitat nodrizas, especialmente peces (Scianenops ocellatus, Lutjanus griseus, Mugil spp., Lagodon rhomboides, Paralichthys spp., Rhabdosargus sarba, Girella tricuspidata, Pagrus auratus, Achoerdus viridis, Cupleoideos), y tambien anguilas (Anguilla), langostas (Homarus americanus) y camarones (Farfantepenaeus aztecus).
Species-specific predation on amphipod Crustacea by the pinfish Lagodon rhomboides: mediation by macrophyte standing crop.
Nelson (1979) suggested that the observed amphipod change was the result of predation by the pinfish Lagodon rhomboides. In San Quintin Bay, S.
2:45 STOMACH CONTENT ANALYSIS OF PINFISH, LAGODON RHOMBOIDES, FROM WIDGEONGRASS BEDS, RUPPIA MARITIMA, IN THE GRAND BAY NERR
In the field these factors generally coincide because the dominant sparid fishes in our system (including both Diplodus holbrooki and Lagodon rhomboides) feed heavily on both amphipods (Adams 1976b, Nelson 1979b, Stoner 1980a, Darcy 1985a, b) and red and green algae (Hay 1986, Hay et al.
Species specific predation on amphipod crustacea by the pinfish Lagodon rhomboides: mediation by macrophyte standing crop.
Each section of the tank received one of three species of organisms with potential for site disturbance that were commonly seen at the transplant sites: thinstripe hermit crab Clibanarius vittatus, blue crab Callinectes sapidus, and pinfish Lagodon rhomboides. Crabs have been cited as bioturbators by Fonseca (1994), and both Callinectes and Lagodon consume plant material (Stoner 1980; Laughlin 1982).