brown bullhead

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Noun1.brown bullhead - freshwater catfish of eastern United States
bullhead catfish, bullhead - any of several common freshwater catfishes of the United States
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Forty years ago, brown bullhead were 60 percent and smallmouth bass and rock bass were each 14 percent of the total number of fish in routine samples; 14 other species made up the remaining 12 percent of the fish sampled.
Brown bullhead may be found wherever there is water and some places where there used to be.
Spring fishing for brown bullhead is as eagerly awaited by some anglers as trout season.
Other creatures in the park include a number of fish, such as bluegill, pumpkinseed sunfish, goldfish, and brown bullhead catfish.
Would you be surprised if you came face to face with a red-eared slider or a brown bullhead? Would you know what to do with Dalmatian toadflax?
19 so it could be chemically treated to remove illegally introduced brown bullhead. But a delay in the delivery of the chemical has pushed back the closure date.
Give yourself credit if you can list and recognize American brook lamprey, gizzard shad, brook trout, red-fin pickerel, chain pickerel, lake chub, eastern silvery minnow, golden shiner, bridle shiner, common shiner, spot-tail shiner, northern red-belly dace, black-nose dace, long-nose dace, creed chub, fallfish, long-nose sucker, white sucker, creek chubsucker, brown bullhead, trout-perch (locally extinct), burbot, banded killifish, white perch, banded sunfish, redbreast sunfish, pumpkinseed, swamp darter, tasselated darter, yellow perch and slimy sculpin.
Twelve species were collected only in pools and included black bullhead, black crappie, blackstripe topminnow, brown bullhead, flathead catfish, gizzard shad, orange-spotted sunfish, pumpkinseed, quillback, red-ear sunfish, spotted sucker, and white sucker.
In a third cross infection experiment, 8 groups belonging to different freshwater fish species (common carp, crucian carp, rudd, roach, perch, African catfish, brown bullhead and European eel) were inoculated with 10,000 live trypanosomes (BSF) per fish.
Description: The brown bullhead has a dark yellowish to olive-brown back and upper sides, with noticeable mottling not seen on the black bullhead or channel catfish.
* Three freshwater species (brown bullhead, Ictalurus nebulosus; carp, Cyprinus carpio; and largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides).