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see orchidorchid,
popular name for members of the Orchidaceae, a family of perennial herbs widely distributed in both hemispheres. The unusually large family (of some 450 genera and an estimated 10,000 to 17,500 species) includes terrestrial, epiphytic (see epiphyte), and saprophytic
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Von Oettingen is recovery coordinator for the small whorled pogonia, a plant so unusual, so intriguing, that in the 1920s botanists from throughout the United States traveled to Williamsburg, Va.
Though never common, the small whorled pogonia was widely distributed from Maine to Georgia and as far west as Ontario and Illinois.
Pogonias Lacepede, 1801 in the genus of the family Sciaenidae (croakers or drums), is represented by a single extant species, P.
We describe here a new late early Miocene species of sciaenid, in the genus Pogonias from California based on three saccular otoliths.
Reproduction and growth of black drum, Pogonias cromis, in northeast Florida.
Early life history of the black drum Pogonias cromis (Pisces: Sciaenidae) in Tampa Bay, Florida.
The black drum, Pogonias cromis (Linnaeus, 1766), is a significant predator of oysters in the northern Gulf of Mexico (Cave 1978, Sutter et al.
X Rhomboplites aurorubens X Sparidae Lagodon rhomboides Lrho X Sciaenidae Bairdiella chrysura X Cynoscion nothus X Cynoscion regalis X Larimus fasciatus X Leiostomus xanthurus Lxan X Menticirrhus americanus Mame X Micropogonias undulatus Mund X Pogonias cromis X Sciaenops ocellatus X Pomacentridae Abudefduf sp.
Ovarian development, fecundity and spawning frequency of black drum, Pogonias cromis, In Louisiana.
Daily spawning fraction estimated for this species was similar to that reported for Pogonias cromis from the Gulf of Mexico (Fitzhugh et al.
Variation of year-class strength and annual reproductive output of red drum Sciaenops ocellatus and black drum Pogonias cromis from the northern Gulf of Mexico.