Mummichogs are typically found in muddy marshes, channels, and grass flats along coastal areas.

examine mummichog growth and movement within a New England estuary. We documented physical and biological patterns within the estuary by caging individually-marked fish in enclosures at four locations along a coastal river and measuring environmental parameters (e.g., salinity, tidal inundation) and fish characteristics (e.g. More

Show IPA Use Mummichog in a SentenceSee images of MummichogSearch Mummichog on the Web–noun Coastal New England. a silver and black killifish, Fundulus heteroclitus, found in fresh, brackish, and salt water along the Atlantic coast of the U.S. More

The mummichog is a killifish found in brackish and coastal waters along the eastern seaboard of the United States as well as Atlantic Canada. It is noted for its hardiness and for being a popular research subject in embryological, physiological, and toxicological studies. More

Although not too good for a mummichog's health, kissing a mummichog is believed to bring good luck. Is this statement verified anywhere? It seems to be full of weasel words, too, such as "not too good" and the unspecified "believed". —Preceding unsigned comment added by 69.226.16. More

The mummichog is an estuarine species that can tolerate a wide range of salinities. It frequently occurs together with the banded killifish in fresh water and areas of low salinity. It can tolerate rather high temperatures, up to 93 F at 14 ppt salinity. More

mummichogs living near toxic hot spots on the Southern and Eastern branches of the river, near old factories and shipyards. More

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Mummichog is a variation of Memory that does not necessarily have a perfect solution. This is a sample program for the YPP Grand Crafting Puzzle Project. Single player only, but watchers can see the board. More

included a shot of a male mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus) in full breeding regalia. Even though our reproduction was in black and white, the fish's sequined brilliance still shone through. More

Mummichogs are typically found in muddy marshes, channels, and grass flats along coastal areas. They travel in schools that may contain hundreds of individuals. Indeed, the name mummichog is derived from a Native American term which means "going in crowds". More

A hardy fish, the mummichog is an important food source for larger fish and is often used as bait. The mummichog also has been used as a natural method of mosquito control in marsh ponds and ditches. More

Anti Mummichog Vitellogenin Monoclonal Antibody = Back Ground Vitellogenin (Vg) is a precurser of egg york and detected female serum near ovulation. More

MummichogMummichogs, locally called mud minnows, belong to a group of fishes known collectively as killifish. Killifish are members of the family Cyprinodontidae. They make up a large portion of the small fish in tidal creeks, saltwater marshes, lagoons, and other shallow coastal habitats. More

mummichogmummichog: A common member of the killifish family. This stout little fish is important as forage for other predatory species. Sold in large quantities as bait under the name "bull minnow". More

coloring also intensifies for the common mummichog, it remains paler than the striped killifish. Life History and Behavior Killifish live close to shore and rarely stray more than 100 yards from the shoreline. More

The mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus, is one of the most abundant teleost fishes inhabiting salt marshes of the Atlantic coast of North America. More

Place in the food web: The mummichog is a second level consumer. Since it is a predator of both shrimp and algae, it is considered an omnivore. More

The mummichog shows a striking sexual dimorphism in the dorsal and anal fins, which are not only larger in the male than in the female, and the anals of a different shape, but are more muscular and are used as claspers in the act More

Striped mummichog Fundulus majalis (Walbaum) 1792 = MUMMICHOG; MUMMY; KILLIFISH Striped mummichog (Fundulus majalis) Figure 77.—Striped mummichog (Fundulus majalis). Upper, male, Woods Hole; lower, female, Maryland. From Jordan and Evermann. More

Mummichog is distributed along the Atlantic coast of North America. The striped killifish can found in the same waters as well as the Gulf of Mexico. More

Sexually mature mummichog were separated by sex and exposed to the synthetic estrogen 17alpha-ethynylestradiol (EE2) at nominal concentrations of 0-100 ng/L for 21 days using a static daily renewal protocol. Half of the fish were sampled on Day 21. More

The mummichog, or common killifish, Fundulus heteroclitus, lives along the saltmarsh fringe and is generally considered an important link in the estuarine food web supporting valued biological resources. The mummichog uses the tidally flooded marsh to access S. More

Order : Cyprinodontiformes
Family : Fundulidae
Genus : Fundulus
Species : Fundulus heteroclitus
Authority : Linnaeus, 1766