Hiodontidae

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Hiodontidae

[‚hī·ə′dänt·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of tropical, fresh-water actinopterygian fishes in the order Osteoglossiformes containing the mooneyes of North America.
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In conclusion created chute SWH does not appear to provide better quality foraging habitats than unrestored mainstem habitats for age-0 freshwater drum, goldeye, and mooneye. The prevalence of specimens with empty stomachs in chute habitats may even point to a lack of foraging opportunities for these two species; however, the effect of hydrology on habitat structure and prey availability needs further investigation.
I've caught all my largest bullheads, suckers, drum, mooneyes, stonecats, gar, and a lot more cool species from shore.
Furthermore, because of inadequate scale samples to construct body-scale regressions the size of mooneyes (Hiodon spp.), quillback (Carpiodes cyprinus) and Ictiobus spp.