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Mudsucker
Mudsucker Mud"suck`er, n. (Zo["o]l.) A woodcock.

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- The longjaw mudsucker Gillichthys mirabilis is a goby (Gobiidae) of the Pacific Ocean coast of California and Baja California, noted for its extremely...
- 1898 (Delta mudsucker) Gillichthys mirabilis J. G. Cooper, 1864 (Longjaw mudsucker) Gillichthys seta (Ginsburg, 1938) (Shortjaw mudsucker) Christopher...
- Longfin escolar Longfin smelt Long-finned char Long-finned pike Longjaw mudsucker Longneck eel Longnose chimaera Longnose dace Longnose lancetfish Longnose...
- Labeo lukulae, the red-spot mudsucker, is a species of freshwater cyprinid fish in the genus Labeo. It is found in western Africa from Cameroon south...
- common names include Hunyani labeo, Manyame labeo, rednose mudsucker, and sailfin mudsucker. It is native to Africa, where it is distributed in the Democratic...
- lualabaensis Tshibwabwa, 1997 Labeo lukulae Boulenger, 1902 (red-spot mudsucker) Labeo luluae Fowler, 1930 Labeo lunatus R. A. Jubb, 1963 (Upper Zambezi...
- The purple labeo or purple mudsucker (Labeo congoro) is a relatively large African freshwater fish that occurs in rocky stretches of large rivers, including...
- estuaries, such as pickleweed, eelgr****, oysters, gaper clams, and longjaw mudsuckers, as well as important seasonal visitors such as migratory s****birds,...
- California killifish (Fundulus parvipinnis), striped mullet, longjaw mudsucker, staghorn sculpin. Aquatic and semi-aquatic mammals include California...
- goby (Elacatinus prochilos) Cable's goby (Eleotrica cableae) Shortjaw mudsucker (Gillichthys seta) Glossogobius ankaranensis Glossogobius flavipinnis...
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