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A small marine killifish that lives along the sheltered shores and estuaries of eastern North America. It is widely kept in aquariums and is also used as bait and for biological research.
- ‘The latter group includes Atlantic silversides, M. menidia, capelin Mallotus villosus and the mummichog, F. heteroclitus.’
- ‘Common fish species in the area include Atlantic tomcod, mummichog, redfish, herring, silver hake, Greenland halibut, and the dangerously overfished northern cod.’
- ‘ANP stimulates chloride secretion in the isolated opercular membrane of seawater-acclimated mummichog, and inhibits ion and water absorption in the intestine of winter flounder and Japanese eel.’
- ‘The Atlantic tomcod is one of the predators here, preying on such species as rainbow smelt and mummichog.’
- ‘Juvenile mummichogs were captured in pit traps along with spotfin killifish in the high marsh at both Piermont Marsh and Ralph Creek.’
- ‘They prey upon the rainbow smelt, golden shiner, common shiner, creek chub, and mummichog, among others.’
- ‘We found the amphipod G. tigrinus to be consumed by mummichog and white perch.’
- ‘The seasonal marine migrant Atlantic silverside and resident mummichog were most abundant in the lower reach.’
- ‘The mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus, is the resident fish species that is most abundant in tidal wetlands of the U.S. Atlantic coast and that has been most studied by researchers.’
Late 18th century: from Narragansett moamitteaug.
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