Law croaker

The Law croaker lives in the demersal, brackish, marine, depth range 0 - 150 m environment.

Operation Law Croaker was launched in mid-December, in response to complaints about the drug activity from Englewood District personnel, residents and members of the nearby churches. More

Officials say "Operation Law Croaker" resulted in charges filed against 15 people. Eleven are in custody and four remain at large. The target of the investigation was a drug market in the 72-hundred block of South Marshfield Avenue in the Englewood District. More

* Law Croaker, All Tackle, by Jose Henrique Couta da Silva, in Africa * Black Skipjack, smallfry, by Christopher Hampl, in Costa Rica * Garrick Leerfish, 20-pound line class, by Juan Jose Mestre Portabella, in Spain - Back to eRAP-UP More

Common names

Capitaine in French (français)
Corvina reina in Spanish (español)
Ekan in Other
Fouta in Susu
Gabo in Unknown
Lao in Wolof (Wollof)
Law in Wolof (Wollof)
Law croaker in English
Merlusa in Spanish (español)
Ngouken in Wolof (Wollof)
Nkan in Other
Notsa in Other
Nuka in Unknown
Otolithe in French (français)
Otolithe gabo in French (français)
Rainha-de-lei in Portuguese (Português)
Senegal-trommefisk in Danish (dansk)
Tacharacout in Arabic (‫العربية)
Tacharacout in Arabic, Hassaniya
Tchivountou in Vili
Whiting in English
短须似牙 in Mandarin Chinese
短须似牙的异名 in Mandarin Chinese
短鬚似牙 in Mandarin Chinese
短鬚似牙的異名 in Mandarin Chinese
西非拟牙 in Mandarin Chinese
西非擬牙 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Sciaenidae
Genus : Pseudotolithus
Species : Pseudotolithus senegallus
Authority : Cuvier, 1830