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elver

a young eel, esp one migrating up a river from the sea
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According to the UN watch blog on March 4, Elver "is rated first among three nominees to become the council's next 'Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food'.
However, only the daily growth increments in the elver growth zone (area after the `transition' or "elver" check) have been validated (Martin, 1995).
As they near the coast they change into little transparent eels called glass eels or elvers.
It was great,'' said Elver, 14, whose Panorama City team, the Pumas, won the tournament's division for 14- and 15-year-old boys.
Mr Shelley said that a major problem was that elvers were being exported to the Far East where they commanded high prices as a delicacy.
It covers more than 10,000km as something so small it is barely visible to the naked eye, arriving in the spring as an elver, two or three inches long.
Officers stopped a vehicle in the area of Prairie and Irving roads and arrested Elver Garcia Sanchez, who was lodged in Lane County Jail.
It is trawled for eels and a wild elver fishery exports tonnes of produce each year.
May 3 at Bellcrest Memorial Park in Salem for Elver Hoard of Yuma, Ariz.
In 1997, he was awarded the CIM Robert Elver Mineral Economics Award.
The eel returns as a juvenile, called an elver, to mature in rivers, streams and ponds where it can spend as many as 20 years before returning downstream to the sea to breed.
This mission aims to - Characterizing the elver migration at the dam, quantify and qualify individuals crossing the work;- Clarify the impact of the operation of the new dam and the work done on the migration of elvers.