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VARIABLE GROWTH AND LONGEVITY OF YELLOW BULLHEAD (AMEIURUS NATALIS) IN SOUTH FLORIDA

@inproceedings{Murie2006VARIABLEGA,
  title={VARIABLE GROWTH AND LONGEVITY OF YELLOW BULLHEAD (AMEIURUS NATALIS) IN SOUTH FLORIDA},
  author={Debra J. Murie and Daryl C. Parkyn},
  year={2006}
}
  • Debra J. Murie, Daryl C. Parkyn
  • Published 2006
  • Geography
  • – To determine age and growth of yellow bullheads (Ameiurus natalis), we collected fish from canals and marshes in southern Florida from April 2000 to January 2001, and from Oct 2003 to February 2005. Fish ranged from 97 to 312 mm in total length and from 13.4 to 538.1 g in wet mass. We aged 144 yellow bullheads using cross-sections of pectoral spines and a subsample of 55 fish were aged using sanded and polished cross-sections of lapillar otoliths. Pectoral-spine age estimates had relatively… CONTINUE READING

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