Definition of Anisotremus surinamensis
1. Noun. Dusky grey food fish found from Louisiana and Florida southward.
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Literary usage of Anisotremus surinamensis
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1. A Guide to the Study of Fishes by David Starr Jordan (1905)
"anisotremus surinamensis, the pompon, abundant from Louisiana southward is the commonest species. Anisotremus virginicus, the porkfish or ..."
2. Mineral and Water Resources of North Dakota by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Geological Survey (U.S.), United States Bureau of Reclamation, Washington (State). Geology and Earth Resources Division (1900)
"anisotremus surinamensis (Bloch) 1318 Drawing by AH Baldwin from a specimen collected by Evermann and Bean in Indian Hiver at Fort Pierce, Florida. 538. ..."
3. The Big Game Fishes of the United States: A Collection of Critical Essays by Charles Burton Martin, Viktor Aleksandrovich Maksunov, Charles Frederick Holder, Amiya Chandra Chakravarty, David Malet Armstrong (1903)
"anisotremus surinamensis, pompon, 404. Antony and Cleopatra story, 296. Aransas Pass — Jewfish sport, 304. Shark fishing, 372. Spanish mackerel fishing, 290 ..."