Modern Book of the Black Bass

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Chunks of fresh-dead fish or Stingray wings make fine baits. Adult aggregations are common at seamounts, especially near the Galapagos, Malpelo, Cocos and Revillagigedo Islands and within the Gulf of California, but otherwise adults can be solitary or occur in pairs. Some are also found closer to shore and also live in river estuaries. Catfishes are easily distinguished from other fishes by their smooth scaleless bodies, eight elongated fleshy barbels or "whiskers" abouth their mouth, and the strong, sharp spines that are located at the insertion of the dorsal and pectoral fins.

Pages: 288

Publisher: Winchester Pr; Subsequent edition (May 1995)

ISBN: 0832905100

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