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2008-08-20 03:00:25

By Cain, Michelle L Lauer, Thomas E; Lau, Jamie K ABSTRACT. - One hundred and twenty five sites from 91 rivers and streams in Indiana were evaluated from 1990-2005 to determine grass pickerel Esox americanus vermiculatus habitat use.


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2007-12-18 14:26:48

The Kingcroakers (formerly "kingfish") are a species of fish in the genus Menticirrhus and belong to the family Sciaenidae. Four subspecies are recognized: Menticirrhus americanus - Southern Kingfish: This species grows to 20 inches in length. Seven to eight dark bands mark the sides which shade from dusky above to almost white on the belly. They are found from the Western Caribbean Sea to Cape Cod over sand or mud in depths of at least 5 feet. This species is prized for its flesh, and is...

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2007-06-24 17:41:52

The Chain pickerel, Esox niger (syn. Esox reticulatus), is a species of freshwater fish in the pike family (family Esocidae) of order Esociformes. It is also known as the Federation pike or Federation pickerel. Its range is along the eastern coast of North America from southern Canada to Florida, and west to Texas. The Chain pickerel has a distinctive chainlike pattern on its sides and its body resembles that of the Northern pike. It typically reaches 24 inches in length with a weight of...

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2007-06-24 17:36:11

The American pickerels are two subspecies of Esox americanus, a species of freshwater fish in the pike family (family Esocidae) of order Esociformes: the Redfin pickerel, E. americanus americanus, and the Grass pickerel, E. americanus vermiculatus. Both subspecies are native to North America. The Redfin pickerel's range extends from the Saint Lawrence drainage in Québec down to the Gulf Coast, from Mississippi to Florida, while the grass pickerel's range is further west, extending from...

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