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bullhead,

common name for several species of fish. See catfishcatfish,
common name applied to members of the fish families constituting the order Siluriformes, found in fresh and coastal waters. Catfish are named for the barbels ("whiskers") around their mouths and have scaleless skins, fleshy, rayless posterior fins, and sharp defensive
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; sculpinsculpin,
common name for a member of the superfamily Cottoidea, bizarre fishes with large, spiny or armored heads and short, tapering bodies, found in both marine and freshwater habitats. The sculpins include species known as muddlers (i.e.
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Tumor frequencies and contaminant concentrations in brown bullheads from an industrialized river and recreational lake.
Bluegill, largemouth bass, white crappie, brown bullhead.
Largemouth bass, brown bullhead, bluegill, crappie.
White crappie, bluegill, largemouth bass, brown bullhead.
Limited populations of largemouth bass, white crappie, brown bullhead.
Largemouth bass, bluegill, brown bullhead, yellow perch, kokanee and native cutthroat trout.
Twelve species were collected only in pools and included black bullhead, black crappie, blackstripe topminnow, brown bullhead, flathead catfish, gizzard shad, orange-spotted sunfish, pumpkinseed, quillback, red-ear sunfish, spotted sucker, and white sucker.
The little unheralded fish, supposedly resembling a pumpkinseed in shape, is one of our few, original native Massachusetts fish, along with brown bullheads, yellow perch, and pickerel.
Hartley said biologists found 40 yellow perch, a half-dozen brown bullheads, 15 white perch, six chain pickerel and five largemouth bass.
Hartley, the division's fish kill coordinator, reported initially that biologists found 40 yellow perch, six brown bullheads, 15 white perch, six chain pickerel and five largemouth bass.
It also has brown bullheads, bluegill and yellow perch, as well as forage fish such as golden shiners and minnows.