The totoaba can grow up to two metres in length and 100 kg in weight.

The Totoaba lives in the benthopelagic, brackish, marine, depth range 10 - m environment.

The Totoaba is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

aboard of their fine fishing boat, the Totoaba, to share their passion with you. Venture out into Banderas Bay for the ultimate angling experience. Banderas, one of the largest bays in Mexico and Latin America, offers a wide array of catch. More

totoaba (Cynoscion macdonaldi) - Kingdom: Animalia Class: Actinopterygii Order: Perciformes Family: Sciaenidae Listing Status: Quick links:Federal RegisterRecoveryCritical HabitatConservation PlansPetitionsLife HistoryOther Resources Lead Region: Foreign (Region 10) Date More

A fact from Totoaba appeared on Wikipedia's Main Page in the Did you know? column on 17 July 2007. The text of the entry was as follows: Did you know * ... More

The totoaba or totuava (Totoaba macdonaldi) is a marine fish of the drum family (Sciaenidae) that is indigenous to the northern half of the Sea of Cortez in Mexico. More

The totoaba fishery was closed in the 70s but reopened as an‘experimental’ fishery shortly thereafter. More

Projecting viability of Totoaba macdonaldi, a population with unknown age-dependent variability = • * age structure Publication Type: Journal Article Authors: CisnerosMata, More

pressures on the totoaba from overfishing — have made it impossible for the young fish to grow quickly enough for the population to recover. More

Sometimes the totoaba caught were so large that the 150-pound-plus fish wouldn't fit in the little boat; they would have to be secured by rope and towed back to shore. More

Como Determinar la Edad de una Totoaba / Determining the Age of a Totoaba - 15 Informe de Avances / Progress Report - 18 Historia: Pesca de la Totoaba / History: Totoaba Fishing - 20-21 ¡Muerdededos - O Peor Aún! / Toebiters - Or Worse! - 26 More

Totoaba is a large, endemic species that spawns only in the Colorado river's estuary. Commercial totoaba fishery, however, crashed in 1975 and overfishing was blamed for the fish's decline. More

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totoaba was added to the endangered species list in the 1970s. Little research has been done since a totoaba fishery in Mexico was closed in 1975 to protect the species from overfishing. More

The study focused on the totoaba, a giant endangered fish that once thrived in the region. The damming of the Colorado River has choked the natural flow of sediment and nutrients, causing sandbars and beaches to erode. More

1-5), the history of commercial totoaba fishing in the Gulf of California ... Read all of this article with a FREE trial Related newspaper, magazine, and journal articles: ; See all results. Or, try our Advanced Search. More

terrible story of the Totoaba, a member of the croaker or drum family, that once spawned in incredible profusion at the northernmost tip of the Gulf, and in addition reached sizes of up to six and a half feet and 330 pounds. Alas, this is no longer the case. More

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Totoaba Discovered at East Cape Logo Totoaba Discovered at East Cape Three photos of totoaba caught at East Cape, Baja California Sur, Mexico. EAST CAPE TOTOABA?-Cutter Clotfelter’s original photo submission. Photos courtesy Cutter Clotfelter. More

Totoaba Photos and Species Information for Fish Caught in Mexico See current, on-the-spot sportfishing reports and photographs of fish caught at Mexico's top vacation spots in this week's edition of "Mexico Fishing News" and see hundreds of other fish pictures and species information More

Totoaba is a protected species in the U.S. and Mexico and is considered vulnerable to global extinction. Consumer Note All totoaba available in the market has been caught illegally. More


a moratorium for totoaba harvest in the Sea of Cort More

illegal went on as every Totoaba had to be accounted for. The school has permission to take the Totoabas that didn't survive back to the lab where they make a fish meal for other Totoabas. More

Totoabas in the tanks outside of the lab. These photos are of the Tototabas from this trip. You can tell from the size of the next photos that the fish are older. More

The SDCC found two totoaba (Totoaba macdonaldi) for sale in Tucson, Arizona. These pictures are of two very large sciaenids (croakers) for sale on 4/2/01 at the 17th Street Farmers Market. They were for sale as "white sea bass" from the Gulf of California. More

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Common names

Acoupa totoaba in French (français)
Corvinata in sp
Corvinata totoaba in Spanish (español)
Corvinata-totuava in Portuguese (Português)
drum in English
Kalifornisk vekfisk in Swedish (Svenska)
Totoaba in English
Totoaba in French (français)
Totoaba in German (Deutsch)
Totoaba in sp
Totoaba in Spanish (español)
totuava in Danish (dansk)
totuava in Spanish (español)
麥氏托頭石首魚 in Mandarin Chinese
麥氏犬牙石首魚 in Mandarin Chinese
麦氏托头石首鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
麦氏犬牙石首鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Sciaenidae
Genus : Totoaba
Species : Totoaba macdonaldi
Authority : Gilbert, 1890