Flounder is a type of flatfish. There are around 30 species of flounder that can be
found in tropical and temperate coastal waters of Atlantic and Pacific Ocean.
FLOUNDER FACTS. By. Jerald Horst. Colin Newman. (Revised July 2003).
Although 18 species of the lefteye flounder family are found in the northern Gulf
Jul 25, 2013 ... Flounder are a group of flatfish species. They live at the bottom of coastal
lagoons and estuaries of the Northern Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Summer flounder Paralichthys dentatus (Linnaeus) 1766 ... as illustrated by the
fact that nearly 40 times as many (by weight) are landed in New Jersey and in ...
Facts About Flounder. Spearing or gigging is a very enjoyable and productive
way of flounder fishing, all you need is a good flounder light and a spear. In order
The most recognizable species include halibut, flounder and sole. As the name
implies, flatfish have an unusually flat body shape which make them well-suited ...
This page describes the two common flounders on the Mississippi coast - the
southern .... Source: Flounder Facts, Jerald Horst, 2003, Sea Grant Louisiana.
Description. Flounder (alternative name Fluke) is an ocean dwelling flatfish that
are located off the Canadian and U.S. east coast of the Northern Atlantic, and the
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Jan 21, 2015 ... Flounder Fish The name flounder is used for several only distantly related
species, though all are in the suborder Pleuronectoidei (families ...
Jul 25, 2013 ... Flounder Fish Facts. Flounder fish resemble a flat, circular ball, with fins circling
around. These fish are normally brown in color, but can acquire ...