Native Range: Marine; Anaheim Bay in southern California to Peru (Miller and Lea ; Eschmeyer et al. ; Fischer et al. ) in the Pacific; New Jersey, . Genus, Eucinostomus Baird and Girard in Baird, – mojarras, mojarritas, mojarras, mojarritas, shortspine mojarras. Species, Eucinostomus argenteus Baird. Hearing and morphological specializations of the mojarra (Eucinostomus argenteus). Eric Parmentier, Kenneth Mann, David Mann. Journal of Experimental.
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N Long Distance Migrant: N Marine Habitat s: Near shore Estuarine Habitat s: Widespread inshore; always in shallow water; absent from reefs Robins and Ray Locally common over sandy substrates from summer to late fall. Enters fresh water in Florida and Mississippi. May move from estuaries to offshore waters upon reaching adulthood. Invertivore Immature Food Habits: Specimens from Tampa Bay and St.
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Eucinostomus argenteus Baird & Girard, 1855
NatureServe Status Global Status: G5 Global Status Last Reviewed: G5 – Secure Nation: United States National Status: States and Canadian Provinces. Economic Attributes Not argenteys assessed. Management Summary Not yet assessed. Sea Grant Publication No. Draft final report of the Cameron Creole watershed fisheries investigations.
Atlas of North American freshwater fishes. A trawl and wing net study of the Icthtyofauna of the Caminada Bay estuarine system, La. Common and scientific names of fishes from the United States, Canada, and Mexico, 7th edition.
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