silversides

[ UK /sˈɪlvəsˌa‍ɪdz/ ]
[ US /ˈsɪɫvɝˌsaɪdz/ ]
NOUN
  1. the common North American shiner
  2. small fishes having a silver stripe along each side; abundant along the Atlantic coast of the United States
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How To Use silversides In A Sentence

  • Some of the common resident species in the creeks throughout the year include smaller fish like mummichogs, killifish, sheepshead minnows, blennies, gobies, and silversides. North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, South Carolina
  • The top photo is from NOAA collection; the silversides drawing is by H. How do you know the fishes are enjoying themselves?
  • Groups such as silversides, herrings and anchovies often congregate in feeding shoals numbering in the millions.
  • This consists of killifishes, herrings, sardines, gobies, silversides, anchovies small mullets, and lizardfishes to name a few.
  • This consists of killifishes, herrings, sardines, gobies, silversides, anchovies small mullets, and lizardfishes to name a few.
  • These species include several live-bearing fishes in the family Goodeidae and a number of silversides in the endemic Mexican genus Chirostoma. Biological diversity in the Madrean pine-oak woodlands
  • The latter group includes Atlantic silversides, M. menidia, capelin Mallotus villosus and the mummichog, F. heteroclitus.
  • In New Jersey, what most of the world calls silversides or smelt, we call spearing. Archive 2008-01-01
  • Populations of Atlantic silversides occur along a latitudinal gradient where northern populations are exposed to lower temperatures and a shorter growing season compared to southern populations.
  • This consists of killifishes, herrings, sardines, gobies, silversides, anchovies small mullets, and lizardfishes to name a few.
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