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tautog:

see wrassewrasse
, common name for a member of the large family Labridae, brilliantly colored fishes found among rocks and kelp in tropical seas. Wrasses, related to the parrotfishes (which are included in the wrasse family by some authorities), feed on mollusks and are equipped with
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The tautog (Tautoga onitis) is a species of fish from the family Labridae that ranges from Nova Scotia (Scott and Scott, 1988) to South Carolina (Grimes et al.
corn USS Tautog SS199 & SSN639: John Chaffey (307) 645-3245; tautog@nemontel.
tautog [Tautoga onitis]), and marine species (spawning and juvenile development occurs primarily in open water, and juveniles and adults are estuarine "visitors"; e.
The bird's flight turned erratic, so weakened it was, so utterly dizzy after having been there days, nights too (nights when the sailors, maybe, out on another one of those red-hulled freighters on the horizon dreamed to the propeller's slow chug-chugging with the stars above achingly bright, when the tautog and the striped bass, the flapping flounder and the long-billed swordfish, cruised the dark depths below, and the long glowing cone from the lighthouse at Beavertail Point repeatedly arced through the wave-whispering, buoy-clanging enormity, the beauty of it all), yes, many nights, and then more days still.
In the first day of the event, July 30, Lim speared seven fish - four tautog, or blackfish, at about 10 pounds each, two 5-pound bluefish, and a 13-pound striped bass - for a total of 67 points.
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DEP studies have shown that these materials are colonized quickly with organisms such as algae, barnacles, mussels, sea stars, blue crabs, and sea fans that attract smaller fish which, in turn, attract black sea bass, tautog, summer flounder, scup, lobster and other sought-after species.
Meanwhile boats fishing with crabs from Massachusetts to Rhode Island have been hauling in limits of delicious tautog and black sea bass.
05) whereas common grass shrimp (Palaemonetes vulgaris) tautog (Tautoga onitis), common mud snail (Ilyanassa obsoleta), Atlantic mud crab (Panopeus herbstii), naked goby (Gobisoma bosc), clam worm (Nereididae), oyster toad fish (Opsanus tau), spot fin butterfly fish (Chaetodon ocellatus), feather blenny (Hypsoblennius hentzi), American eel (Anguilla rostrata), and purple urchin (Arbacia punctulata) were not significantly different (P > 0.
Argopecten irradians, Callinectes sapidus, Tautog onitus) use seagrasses during early development or as adult habitat.