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noun - plural: tomcods

  1. A species of edible cod, Microgadus tomcod.

Phrases with tomcod

  1. Gadus Tomcod
  2. Pacific Tomcod
  3. Atlantic Tomcod
  4. Microgadus tomcod
  5. species Microgadus tomcod

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Google previewHeartbeats in the Muck (1999)

The History, Sea Life, and Environment of New York Harbor by John R. Waldman

The tomcod is a small inshore version of the commercially harvested codfish of the offshore banks; tomcod are bottom feeders sought by shorebound anglers all around the harbor. In the late 1970s scientists noticed that most Hudson River ...

Google previewHeartbeats in the Muck: The History, Sea Life, and Environment of New York Harbor, Revised Edition (2012)

by John Waldman

The tomcod is a small inshore version of the commercially harvested codfish of the offshore banks; tomcod are bottom feeders sought by shorebound anglers all around the harbor. In the late 19705 scientists noticed that most Hudson River ...

Google previewThe Menorah (1891)

by Jewish Chautauqua Society

The tomcod is a small species found along the coast from New York to New Brunswick. It is caught from the wharves and bridges by almost any bait. It is from six to twelve inches in length. The cod is abundant along the North Pacific coast, ...

Google previewMolecular Environmental Biology (1993)

by Seymour J. Garte

CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Clearly, CYP1A mRNA induction in Atlantic tomcod is a sensitive marker of exposure and early biological effect. Monitoring can be conducted via three alternative strategies: surveying levels of ...

Google previewRunning Silver (2013)

Restoring Atlantic Rivers and Their Great Fish Migrations by John Waldman

Tomcod is a coldwater riverine and bay species rarely found in the open sea. It spawns in brackish water and moves between fresher and saltier waters in an estuary as it seeks its preferred cool temperatures. Sweet- fleshed and a willing biter ...

Google previewPeterson First Guide to Fishes of North America (1998)

by Michael Filisky, Roger Tory Peterson, Sarah Landry

PACIFIC TOMCOD To 1 ft. This small cod ranges from the Bering Sea to central California. Though it is not abundant enough to support an important commercial fishery. it is quite popular with anglers. The Pacific Tomcod is a slender fish with ...

Google previewMarine and Freshwater Products Handbook (2000)

by Roy E. Martin, Emily Paine Carter, George J. Flick, Jr., Lynn M. Davis

ATLANTIC TOMCOD The Atlantic tomcod is a smaller species that can be found in estuaries and streams as well as the ocean. It occurs from southern Labrador to North Carolina and attains a size of 0.4 meter. Feeding is mostly at night.

Google previewFishing Around New York (1909)

Where to Find Them, how to Rig, how to Catch Them. Chart of Hooks Showing Exact Sizes to Use, Etc by Julius Washington Muller, Arthur Knowlson

It is not uncommon for a fisherman to catch 50 to 150 tomcods in a day from one of the piers that jut into the New York Bay or the East or North rivers. <[ The tomcod is a bottom fish exclusively. It must.

Google previewShields' Magazine (1907)

The tomcod is a member of the cod family, and stands, in its characters, between the pollacks and the common cod. Some adverse comment may arise because the diagram shows the flounder biting in January and February. Flounders have ...

Google previewFishes of the Vicinity of New York City (1918)

by John Treadwell Nichols

The Tomcod is a fish resembling the true Codfish very 92 FISHES OF ...

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Fish and Fish Products (2009)

by OECD: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

GER: Tomcod POL: Tomkod POR: Tomecode RUS: Томкоды SWE: Frostfisk, tomcod...

PACIFIC TOMCOD POULAMON PACIFIQUE (Pacifique) (ii) Name also used for + WHITE CROAKER (iii) (Genyonemus lineatus) ...

Google previewBARTLETT'S DICTIONARY OF AMERICANISMS (1859)

by JOHN RUSSELL BARTLETT

Tomcod. (Morrhua pruinosa.) A small fish common to our coast, but which becomes very abundant after the first frost ; hence the name of Frost Fish, by which it is also known. — Storer, Fishes of Massachusetts. Dr. J. V. C. Smith believes the ...

Google previewDictionary of Americanisms (1860)

A Glossary of Words and Phrases Usually Regarded as Peculiar to the United States by John Russell Bartlett

Tomcod. (Morrhua pruinosa.) A small fish common to our coast, but which becomes very abundant after the first frost ; hence the name of Frost Fish, by which it is also known. — Storer, Fishes of Massachusetts. Dr. J. V. C. Smith believes the ...

Google previewDictionary of Newfoundland English (1990)

by George Morley Story, W. J. Kirwin, John David Allison Widdowson

It is much like a Tomcod, but has a somewhat flattened head, and a very narrow tapering tail. 1895 PROWSE 62 The Scot, however, is a long way behind the genuine native, who has been practising it from a small boy; ...

Google previewDictionary of Americanism. - New-York, Bartlett 1848 (1848)

by John Russel Bartlett

TOMCOD. (Genus, .

Google previewThe Visual Food Encyclopedia

by QA International Collectif

In addition to the cod, these include the haddock, the yellow pollock, the black pollock, the ling, the monkfish, the whiting, the hake, the silver hake, the three- bearded rockling, the forkbeard, the tomcod, and the pout. Most of these fish have ...

Google previewDictionary of Flavors (2008)

by Dolf De Rovira

tomcod (Microgadus tomcod) also known as frostfish. French salted or dried cod is called morue, ...

Google previewTHE AMERICAN CYLOPEDIA: A POPULAR DICTIONARY OF GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (1873)

A third species, the tomcod (if. tom- eodun, Mitchill), is found along the American coast from New York northwardly to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, at all seasons of the year; it frequently ascends rivers. It varies in length from 6 to 12 inches.

Google previewConcise Oxford English Dictionary (2011)

Book & CD-ROM Set by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite

tomcod D n. (pl. same or tomcods) a small edible greenish-brown North American cod. [Microgadus proxim us (Pacific coast ) ...

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