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snapper

 [snap´er]
any of various carnivorous marine fish of the family Lutjanidae found in tropical waters; they are often eaten by humans but sometimes contain ciguatoxin and can cause ciguatera.
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The mid-slope region around the Bluefish Caves may have been used as a "compressed" summer range, the valley bottom as a spring/winter/fall range.
The distribution, abundance, and diet of Summer Flounder, Weakfish, Bluefish, and Striped Bass were evaluated from 20-min bottom trawls (30-m headrope, 6-mm codend liner [Byrne, 1994; Wuenschel et al., 2012]) conducted in inner continental shelf waters of New Jersey in collaboration with the Bureau of Marine Fisheries of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
Concurrently, acoustically tagged bluefish (age 0 and age 1+), weakfish, and striped bass were monitored by using receivers throughout the river to determine days of continuous occupation and movements by individuals of these 3 species (Manderson et al., 2014).
The study, titled "Earliest Human Presence in North America Dated to the Last Glacial Maximum: New Radiocarbon Dates from Bluefish Caves, Canada," was published in the journal (http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0169486) PLOS ONE.
Bluefish worked with the founder to execute his vision online and in the store's logo and branding.
However, due to difficulties in importing eastern Atlantic teleost fishes internationally, three western Atlantic analogs of predators that cuttlefish would normally encounter in the wild were used in experimental trials: bluefish, seabass, and flounder.
Winning fishermen, who were divided into boat and shore categories, included Beauregard (34.63-pound striped bass, shore), Daniel Hiemer (19.69-pound bluefish, boat), Ralph Peckham (15.18-pound bluefish, shore), Stephen Pietruska (39.94-pound striped bass, boat), Bob Clay (11.49-pound bonito, boat), Cooper Gilkes (6.58-pound bonito, shore), Sam Bell (13.24-pound albacore, boat) and Bill Hansen (13.1-pound albacore, shore).
In remarks to reporters following the inspection, an official from water products control unit of the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, YaE-ar KayabaE-y, said the raid showed that fishermen are not complying with the ban on fishing underdeveloped bluefish. "We seized these fish so that they'll stop catching fish in such [small] sizes and selling them.
To serve: Drain bluefish and gently flake into bite-size pieces.
Not only do the classy items in the new lines from Element V and Bluefish feature performance materials to compress and flatter the body as well as absorb sweat, they're UV protective and also block radiation.
More than a cookbook, it surveys Brooklyn byways and peoples, packs in color photos, and includes recipes for dishes such as Baked Bluefish and Long Island Clams with Chorizo and Beer.
Vodafone business Vodafone Global Enterprise announced on Thursday that it is strengthening its professional services arm through the acquisition of European IT and communications consultancy Bluefish Communications Ltd.