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Site fidelity and seasonal movement patterns of adult California Sheephead Semieossyphus pulcher (Labridae): an acoustic monitoring study.
For example, in our study, age-5 sheephead ranged from 212 to 465 mm FL, and 350-mm-FL specimens ranged from age 2 to age 8.
IN a devastating snub to Peter Kay, Soccer AM's stripped-to-the-waist Sheephead - aka Joe Worsley - switched on Bolton's Christmas lights this week.
For example, the sheephead (Semicossyphus pulcher), a wrasse that normally inhabits waters south of Point Conception, California, appeared in Monterey after both the 1982-1983 and 1992 ENSO events (Lenarz et al.
New kelp growth may double the food available for sea urchins, snails, abalone, and half-moon perch, which could expand the area's population of sheephead and rockfish exponentially.
Home range and habitat utilization of adult California sheephead, Semicossyphuspulcher (Labridae), in a temperate no-take marine reserve.
2012), and home ranges of California Sheephead (Semicossyphus pulcher), another protogynous hermaphrodite, spanned 2 orders of magnitude (Topping et al.
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The commercial California sheephead fishery in both state and federal waters also will close Nov.
Abram - nicknamed Sheephead for his untamed blond locks - believed Harrison was the devil and had possessed him.
Other local fisheries were exploiting "fat-heads" (California sheephead, Semicossyphus pulcher), "whitefish" (ocean whitefish, Caulolatilus princeps), and "red rock-cod" (likely the yelloweye rockfish, Sebastes ruberrimus, formerly known as the red snapper).