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pike·perch

 (pīk′pûrch′)
n. pl. pikeperch or pike·perch·es
Any of various fishes of the genus Sander that are closely related to perches and resemble the pike, especially the walleye and the zander.
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pikeperch

(ˈpaɪkˌpɜːtʃ)
n, pl -perch or -perches
(Animals) any of various pikelike freshwater teleost fishes of the genera Stizostedion (or Lucioperca), such as S. lucioperca of Europe: family Percidae (perches)
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pike•perch

(ˈpaɪkˌpɜrtʃ)

n., pl. (esp. collectively) -perch, (esp. for kinds or species) -perch•es.
any of several pikelike fishes, esp. the walleye.
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Translations

pikeperch

n (Zool) → Hechtbarsch m, → Zander m
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Such high values of diet overlaps between catfish and pikeperch in the studied periods can be related to spawning peculiarities of predatory fishes in Kaniv Reservoir.
Several studies have been reported that the specific water temperature range showed the faster growth in Pikeperch, Sander lucioperca at 20[degrees]C to 25[degrees]C (Molnar et al., 2006; Ronyai and Csengeri, 2008; Schulz et al., 2008).
* pikeperch (Stizostedion lucioperca L.) from Tvarminne (H-Tva) and Pargas-Parainen (PP);
Piscivory, growth, and size-selective mortality of age 0 pikeperch (Stizostedion lucioperca).
A histological picture of pikeperch (Stizostedion lucioperca L.) gonads from heated waters of Lake Gos awskie.
The effect of the length of repeated feed deprivation between single meals on compensatory growth of pikeperch (Sander lucioperca).
In this same sense, FCR improved significantly with the use of soybean lecithin, which was previously reported in turbot Psetta maxima (Regost et al., 2003), pikeperch Sander lucioperca (Hamza et al., 2008) and barramundi Lates calcarifer (Salini et al., 2016).
The basis of the following species of fauna and flora of the National Park is chestnut oak, ironwood, Eldar pine, Kura salmon, sturgeon, eel, stellate sturgeon, pikeperch, bream, roach, chub, roe, hawk, eagle, falcon, mute swan, river otter, dwarf mice, reed cat, lynx, Caucasian deer, chamois, wild boar.