Predation upon postlarval lobsters Homarus americanus by cunners Tautogolabrus
adspersus and mud crabs Neopanope sayi on three different substrates: eelgrass, mud and rocks.
Increasingly complex substrates appeared to support higher abundance of lobster predators (Centopristis striata, Tautoga onitis, Tautogolabrus
adsperus) compared with habitats dominated by sand (pets.
Other studies tested colloidal carbon in Tautogolabrus
adspersus (MACKMULL; MICHELS, 1932) lipopolyssacharide (LPS) of Escherichia coli, complete Freund adjuvant (CFA), turpentine and carrageenin (WHITE et al.
adspersus--Also called bergall, cunner are moderately slender with a pointed snout.
Burrows protect postlarval lobsters Homarus americanus from predation by the non-burrowing cunner Tautogolabrus
adspersus, but not from the burrowing mud crab Neopanope texani.
Cunner All post-larval stages are Tautogolabrus
adspersus associated with marine- polyhaline reef habitats.
Identification and seasonal size changes of eggs of the labrid fishes, Tautogolabrus
adspersus and Tautoga onitis, of Long Island Sound.
Dye coupling evidence for gap junctions between supramedullary/dorsal neurons of the cunner, Tautogolabrus
Examples of the effects of sublethal doses of single pollutants on immune-system suppression include the effect of cadmium exposure on antibody response in the cunner, Tautogolabrus
adspersus (Robohm 1986) and on cellular response in rainbow trout (Thuvander & Carlstein 1991) as well as the effects of copper in increasing susceptibility of salmonids to IHN virus (Hetrick et al.
verrucosa was exposed included the wrasse Tautogolabrus
adspersus (Walbaum, 1792), the sea star Crossaster papposus (Linnaeus, 1767), and the green crab Carcinus maenas (Linnaeus, 1758).
A temperate reef fish Tautogolabrus
adspersus (Walbaum) as a potential model species for laboratory studies evaluating reproductive effects of chemical exposure.
When used as a general anesthetic, tricaine significantly alters physiological parameters recorded from supramedullary/dorsal cells of the cunner, Tautogolabrus