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Juvenile and small resident fishes of Florida Bay, a critical habitat in the Everglades National Park, Florida

Author: Allyn B Powell; United States. National Marine Fisheries Service.
Publisher: Seattle, Wash. : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, 2007.
Series: NOAA professional paper NMFS, 6.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This compendium presents information on the life history, diet, and abundance and distribution of 46 of the more abundant juvenile and small resident fish species, and data on three species of seagrasses in Florida Bay, Everglades National Park. Abundance and distribution of fish data were derived from three sampling schemes: (1) an otter trawl in basins (1984-1985, 1994-2001), (2) a surface trawl in basins
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Juvenile and small resident fishes of Florida Bay, a critical habitat in the Everglades National Park, Florida.
Seattle, Wash. : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, 2007
(OCoLC)244104825
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Allyn B Powell; United States. National Marine Fisheries Service.
OCLC Number: 156997904
Notes: "March 2007."
Description: v, 210 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.
Contents: Machine derived contents note: C1hapter 1. Introduction I --
2.apter 2 Methods 4 --
Field and laboratory methods 4 --
Sam pling strategys 4 --
Collection methods , ,., 4 --
Processing of specimens 6 --
Data analysis and presentation 6 --
Temperature and salinity. 6 --
Seagrasses 6 --
Chipter 3. Environmental variables , 9 --
Salinity .E.r E r , 9 --
Thlassia testudinum (turtle grass) 9 --
Halodule wi.ghtu. (shoalgrass) 11 --
Syringodium filiforme (manatee grass) 11 --
Chapter 4. Family Clupeintdae. 19 --
BrAleOotea ioh ii (sllowhnmho enade ) 1 --
Brevoortia sinth (ellowfin menhaden) 19 --
Harengula jaguana (scaled sardine) 21 --
Opisthonema oglinum (Atlantic thread herri.ng 26 --
iardinlla auria (Spanish sardine) 31 --
Chapter 5. Family Engraufidae 36 --
Ainhoa hpsetus (striped anchovw) 36 --
. mitchdlin ( sbay anchovy) i s 41 --
Chapter 6. Family Ariidae 46 --
Arius els (hardhead catfish) 46 --
Chapter 79. Family SyHemirampnodontidaeo 5 --
Chniodus foatherinshoide (hardfishead ha eak) 50 --
Chapter 8. Fam ily Batracholdidae 5 --
psoanus beta (g ulf toadfish) 4 --
Chapter 9. Family Hemnirampludae .. --
Ch?iodor us atherino des (hardhead haltbeak) .. --
H'iTamphus brasi,isis (balhoo) 61 --
Hyporhar-phus u i-aV atus (halfbeak) 64 --
hapter 10. Family Belonidae 69 --
Strongylura notata (redfin needlefish) 69 --
S tim ucu, (tim u cu ) 74 --
Chapter 11. Families Fundulidae and Cyprinodontidae 76 --
Floridichthys carpio (goldspotted killifish) 76 --
Lucania parva (rainwater killifish) 80 --
Chapter 12. Families Atherinidae and Atherinopsidae , 84 --
Atherinomorus stipes (hardhead silverside) 84 --
Hypoatherina harringtonensis (reef silverside) 87 --
Membras martinica (rough silverside) 90 --
Chapter 13. Family Syngnathidae 93 --
Anarchopterus criniger (fringed pipefish) 93 --
Syngnathusfloridae (dusky pipefish) 97 --
S. scovelli (gulf pipefish) 101 --
Hippocampus erectus (lined seahorse) 105 --
H. zosterae (dwarf seahorse) 109 --
Chapter 14. Family Lutjanidae 113 --
Lutjanus griseus (gray snapper) 113 --
L. synagris (lane snapper) 117 --
Chapter 15. Gerreidae 121 --
ucinostomus gula (silverjenny) 121 --
Chapter 16. Family Haemulidae 125 --
Haemulon plumieri (white grunt) 125 --
H. sdciurus (bluestriped grunt) .1 129 --
Orthopristis chrysoptera (pigfish) 133 --
Chapter 17. Fam ily Sparidae 137 --
Archosargus probatocephalus (sheepshead) 137 --
Calamus arctifrons (grass porgy) 141 --
Lagodon homboides (pinfish) 145 --
Chapter 18. Family Sciaenidae 149 --
Bairdiella chrysoura (silver perch) 149 --
Cynoscion nebulosus (spotted seatrout) 153 --
Chapter 19. Family Sphyraenidae 157 --
Sphyraena barracuda (great barracuda) 157 --
Chapter 20. Family Scaridae. 161 --
Nicholsina usta (emerald parrotfish) 161 --
Chapter 21. Family Callionymidae 165 --
Diplogrammus pauciradiatus (spotted dragonet) 165 --
Chapter 22. Fam ily Gobiidae 169 --
Gobiosoma robustum (code goby) 169 --
Micro gobius gulosus (clown goby) 173 --
. microlepis (banner goby) 177 --
Chapter 23. Family M onacanthidae. 181 --
lMonacaIntus ciiatus (fringed filefish) 181 --
1I a sp ØUs (planehead filefish) 185 --
'5apter 25 Family Tetraodontidae 193 --
Spnoeroides nriheius (southern puffer) 193 --
Chapter 26. Family Diodontidae 197 --
(hilonyerau schoepfi (striped burrfish) 197 --
Chapter 27. Overview and future research needs , 201 --
Overview 201 --
Furre research needs 202 --
cknowtledgments 203 --
1 iterature cited 203 --
Appendix A. Abundance of fishes by salinity regime 209 --
Appendix B. Uncommon species-number and area collected 210.
Series Title: NOAA professional paper NMFS, 6.
Responsibility: Allyn B. Powell [and others].
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This compendium presents information on the life history, diet, and abundance and distribution of 46 of the more abundant juvenile and small resident fish species, and data on three species of seagrasses in Florida Bay, Everglades National Park. Abundance and distribution of fish data were derived from three sampling schemes: (1) an otter trawl in basins (1984-1985, 1994-2001), (2) a surface trawl in basins (1984-1985), and (3) a surface trawl in channels (1984-1985). Results from surface trawling only included pelagic species. Collections made with an otter trawl in basins on a bi-monthly basis were emphasized. Nonparametric statistics were used to test spatial and temporal differences in the abundance of species and seagrasses. Fish species accounts were presented in four sections - Life history, Diet, Abundance and distribution, and Length-frequency distributions. Although Florida Bay is a subtropical estuary, the majority of fish species (76%) had warm-temperate affinities; i.e., only 24% were solely tropical species. The five most abundant species collected, in descending order, by (1) otter trawl in basins were: Eucinostomus gula, Lucania parva, Anchoa mitchilli, Lagodon rhomboides, and Syngnathus scovelli; (2) surface trawl in basins were: Hyporhamphus.

Unifasciatus, Strongylura notata, Chriodorus atherinoides, Anchoa hepsetus, and Atherinomorus stipes; (3) surface trawl in channels were: Hypoatherina harringtonensis, A. stipes, A. mitchelli, H. unifasciatus, and C. atherinoides.

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