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Report on sanitary survey of Galveston Bay and adjacent shellfish waters
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The North American species of Macrobrachium (river shrimp).
This paper summarizes the ecology and distribution of River shrimps (Macrobrachium) in waters north of the Rio Grande. A key for the identification of U.S. species is provided.
The status of Hyla flavigula.
Based on examination of specimens from Harris County and Aransas County, Texas, Hyla flavigula is synonymized with H. squirella.
A perpetuated error concerning the capitaine, Lachnolaimus maximus (Walbaum), in Texas waters.
Many previous reports concerning the commercial fish, Lachnolaimus maximus are in error and actually refer to Orthopristes chrysopterus. This species, and not the former, was harvested at Galveston with some 25,000 pounds ...
Notes on Sawfish, Pristis perotteti Muller and Henle, not previously reported from the water of the United States.
This paper records two species of sawfish (Pristis perotteti) and P. pectinatus from the coastal waters of Galveston, Texas. Descriptions, photographs and distributional data are provided.
Note on the Texas occurrence of a shark not previously known from the waters of the United States.
The shark, Carcharhinus cerdale is reported from Galveston, Texas.
The lutjanid fishes of Texas.
This paper discusses the snappers occurring along the Texas coast. Eight species are recorded, most from Galveston as well as other localities.
A list of fishes of the mainland of North and Middle America recorded from both fresh water and sea water
For purposes of this paper a euryhaline fish is defined as one that is found in both freshwater and sea water under natural conditions. A list is compiled of all fishes, including cyclostomes and elasmobranchs, that have ...
Management significance of damage by geese and muskrats to Gulf coast marshes.
A type of marsh damage, locally known as eatout, is the normal consequence of the intensive feeding habit peculiar to blue and snow geese. Similiar damage results when muskrats are allowed to overpopulate their habitat. ...
Food habits of wild geese on the Gulf coast of Texas.
The food in the gizzards of 117 geese was separated, measured volumetrically, and identified to furnish quantitative data from birds taken in the area between Corpus Christi and Galveston Bay, Texas, from October to March, ...