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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.


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)



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


n (Zool) → Hechtbarsch m, → Zander m
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Length at maturity as a potential indicator of fishing pressure effects on coastal pikeperch (Sander lucioperca) stocks in the northern Baltic Sea.
Long-haul Business Class guests, meanwhile, can enjoy a starter of balik salmon sashimi with avocado, cucumber and wasabi vinaigrette, followed by such main-course Christian Kuchler delights as a pikeperch fillet with smoked sturgeon sauce, potato with saffron and rosemary and champagne cabbage.
Diet patterns and ontogenetic diet shift of pikeperch, Sander lucioperca (L.
Effect of snood length and hanging ratio on efficiency and selectivity of bottom-set gillnets for pikeperch (Stizostedion lucioperca L.
Fishing was as important as game hunting: mainly pike (Esox lucius), pikeperch (Sander lucioperca) and wels catfish (Silurus glanis) were captured, but probably also different cyprinids (Cyprinidae) and perch (Perca fluviatilis).
Moreover, in recent years perch has become the most abundant species in commercial catches, although pikeperch dominated some years ago (Ginter, 2012; Kangur et al.
Effect of temperature and feeding frequency on growth performances, feed efficiency and body composition of pikeperch juveniles (Sander lucioperca).
Likewise, Demska-Zakes (1997) reported no significant differences in pikeperch between the MT treated and control fish.