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A salmon parr.
- ‘The centre will supply fingerlings (baby fish) to the regions of Omusati, Oshana, Kunene and Ohangwena.’
- ‘Kentucky State University recently joined the pilot project, adding 10,000 fingerling, or finger-size trout, to the fish already at the community college.’
- ‘These migratory diving birds winter in the Delta region, where they voraciously feed on channel catfish fingerlings and any other fish they can swallow.’
- ‘In this 30-week study, researchers stocked 9 ponds at a per-acre rate of 2,000 large fish and 6,000 fingerlings.’
- ‘However while finnock are usually thought to be small immature fingerling fish of a pound or less, the size of some of these sea roving fish will both surprise and delight you.’
- ‘The project aims to provide tilapia and catfish fingerlings to prospective fish farmers.’
- ‘Every year, the Iranians release up to 30 million fingerlings - baby fish - into the Caspian for restocking.’
- ‘The recently opened centre at Omahenene will supply fingerlings (baby fish) to the fish farmers in the regions of Omusati, Oshana, Kunene, and Ohangwena.’
- ‘Since black crappie are omnivorous, they eat the fingerlings of many other fish, including those of its predators: pike, walleye, muskellunge, etc.’
- ‘The least expensive size of fish for stocking is fingerlings, which are one to three inches long.’
- ‘Farmers harvest the full-grown fish and restock the ponds with more fingerlings, meaning that several different ages of catfish are present in a pond at any one time.’
- ‘Because higher levels of blue-green algae correlate with higher levels of off-flavors, Zimba and the other researchers say that older ponds may be used for holding sac fry and fingerlings.’
- ‘Today, most private live haulers and fingerling producers use liquid oxygen on their transport trucks, and many farmers use it on their farm trucks when moving fish from pond to pond.’
- ‘If more fingerlings were available - especially year-round - they could increase production of market-size fish and stabilize seasonal price fluctuations.’
- ‘Producers from Nebraska, Tennessee and North Carolina are part of the trend to send fingerlings to Wisconsin and Michigan for fattening.’
- ‘Larger zooplankton will be freeze-dried for enriching diets as the fry grow into large fingerlings ready to be moved into production tanks.’
- ‘Mitchell says several farms have lost entire ponds of fry (baby catfish) and fingerlings because of severe infections.’
- ‘Another project is to find out why double-crested cormorants tend to pluck catfish fingerlings out of some ponds but not others.’
- ‘The majority of the brown trout had been stocked as fingerlings as the reservoir filled in the early seventies.’
- ‘Some forage fish will be sexually mature the first season after stocking as fingerlings.’
Early 18th century: from finger (with reference to its transverse dusky bars) + -ling.
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