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Glossary Atlantic Ocean the body of water between Africa, Europe, the southern ocean above 60 degrees south latitude , and the western hemisphere. It is the second largest ocean in the world after the Pacific Ocean. Nearctic living in the Nearctic biogeographic province, the northern part of the New World. This includes Greenland, the Canadian Arctic islands, and all of the North American as far south as the highlands of central Mexico. Neotropical living in the southern part of the New World. In other words, Central and South America.

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Reproductive ecology[ edit ] The common snook is a protandric hermaphrodite fish species. For example, common snook are able to determine when to start and stop spawning based on the temperature and salinity of the water they inhabit, the amount of rainfall in the area, and whether or not the moon is full. One example is the devastating results of a cold snap.

Snook are very susceptible to cold temperatures, with the effects ranging from the complete halt of all feeding at a water temperature of During a great warming trend after the Ice Age, snook moved northward along the Mexico shoreline. They followed the perimeter of the Gulf of Mexico, along the west and east coasts of Florida.

Massive snook are found in Central America, although they seem to look a little different because of the weather and water quality, but they are the same. No restrictions exist in most of Central America on the size or quantity of snook one can keep, consequently many locals have been keeping and killing these large snook for quite a while.

They are carnivorous , with a diet dominated by smaller fishes, and crustaceans such as shrimp , and occasionally crabs.

Considered an excellent food fish, the common snook is fished commercially and foreign-caught fish are sold in the US. When cooking snook, the skin must be removed, because it imparts an unpleasant taste, described as soapy, to the fish. This closure will offer the species additional protection after a cold kill detrimentally affected the population.

Snook closed to harvest in Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic waters in January after a severe cold kill affected snook population number. At that time, the FWC can choose to open or close snook harvest for another season.

The commercial harvest or sale of snook is prohibited by the same regulations. At the June FWC meeting, commissioners voted to let the recreational harvest of snook reopen in Gulf of Mexico waters from September 1 that year. The next stock assessment for snook was scheduled for , but has not yet occurred as of June , effectively leaving the fish under a protected status.

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Centropomus undecimalis

Species See text. Prior to the subfamily Latinae, which contained three genera, was placed within Centropomidae; this has since been raised to the family level and renamed Latidae because a cladistic analysis showed the old Centropomidae to be paraphyletic. This has left Centropomus as the only remaining genus in this family. These are popular game and food fishes.

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Reproductive ecology[ edit ] The common snook is a protandric hermaphrodite fish species. For example, common snook are able to determine when to start and stop spawning based on the temperature and salinity of the water they inhabit, the amount of rainfall in the area, and whether or not the moon is full. One example is the devastating results of a cold snap. Snook are very susceptible to cold temperatures, with the effects ranging from the complete halt of all feeding at a water temperature of During a great warming trend after the Ice Age, snook moved northward along the Mexico shoreline.

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