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brim

 [brim]
the upper edge of a bowllike structure.
pelvic brim pelvic inlet.

brim

(brim),
The upper edge or rim of a hollow structure.

brim

(brim) the upper edge of a basin.
pelvic brim  the upper edge of the superior strait of the pelvis.

brim

1 edge or margin.
2 the edge of the upper border of the true pelvis, or the pelvic inlet. See also pelvis.

brim

The top of an open vessel; lip; edge.

brim

(brim)
The upper edge or rim of a hollow structure.

brim

the anterior edge of the pubic bones; the attachment of the linea alba and the ventral abdominal muscles. Called also pecten pubis.
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Bluegill are the easiest to catch since they are the most prolific.
There are also two private catch-and-release lakes (no license required) stocked with crappie, hybrid bluegill, catfish, coppernose bluegill and trophy bass just a half-mile from the clubhouse.
The 2-pound, 1-ounce "sunfish" that Heather Bulger caught in South Athol Pond was most likely a bluegill (that world record is 4 pounds, 12 ounces).
He enjoys the intellectual challenge of having the fish more or less speak for itself through its behaviors, so he describes bluegill movement, sensory perception, foraging, competition, predation, reproduction, development, growth, mortality and only then of its management, so readers get to know the fish before they begin to attempt to order them about.
But the annual catch sank below 10 tons three years ago after reaching a peak of 180 tons in 1995, mainly because of the introduction of alien species such as black bass and bluegill sunfish.
The reefs are considered prime fishing spots for crappie, bass, bluegill and catfish.
He reported at the SETAC meeting that although rainbow trout, bluegill, and fathead minnows can all oxidize pyrethroids, their esterase enzyme activity doesn't break apart the pesticides.
The waters of the Sacramento Valley teem with sturgeon, salmon, bass, steelhead, crappie, bluegill, and more, to offer the dedicated angler a great variety of fish.
The federally funded study found that urban streams were missing native amphibians such as California newts and tree frogs, but were rife with introduced, invasive species including crawfish, bass, bluegill and bullfrogs.
In a study presented at the November 2003 annual meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Baylor University's Bryan Brooks determined that fluoxetine hydrochloride (the active ingredient in the antidepressant Prozac) excreted into the sewer system is accumulating in the tissues of bluegill caught in nearby Denton Creek.
Doug Wojcieszak, the co-op's executive director, says the cooperative will shift to more profitable fish: hybrid stripped bass, freshwater shrimp, largemouth bass and, potentially, perch, bluegill and walleye.
I formally observed this lack of diversity in May 2002, seeing only shoals of bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus), and large populations of larval and adult bullfrogs (Rana catesbiana).