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mudfish

[′məd‚fish]
(vertebrate zoology)
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Glenn's studies reveal that the Kissimmee is dominated by mudfish and other species tolerant of low oxygen.
His poems have been published or are forthcoming in many magazines, including Denver Quarterly, Exquisite Corpse, Mudfish, Colorado Review, and Volt.
Bundy went on to catch a couple of snaky-looking mudfish himself but kept saying he wanted a bass.
Brett Ralph's poetry has appeared in Mudfish, Willow Springs, Exquisite Corpse, and Conduit.
Around here, the farther upriver you fish, the more largemouth bass and mudfish (bowfin) are prevalent.
Live music will be provided by Tania & The Wallbangers, Mudfish, Mariah, Der Ach Du Leiber Oompah Band and Gypsee & Band X.
THE UNINVITED: Delightful animated feature with characters representing the kinds offish most commonly caught--Kitty Catfish, Ned (the Nerd) Needlefish, Pat Puffer, Millie Mudfish, Lena Ladyfish and Skippy Skipjack.
We figured we would be spearing fish, which we did, but we ended up getting only mudfish, which wasn't too good.