The Gulf flounder (Paralichthys albiguttata) is a species of saltwater flounder.
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Only rarely will inshore anglers in Mississippi encounter anything but southern or
Gulf flounders. The broad flounder, Paralichthys squamilentus, is similar but is ...
Jul 28, 2005 ... The Gulf Flounder, Paralichthys albigutta. Illustration by Diana Rome Peebles
1998. Courtesy of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation ...
Image of Paralichthys albigutta (Gulf flounder) ... Carolina to southern Florida,
USA, northern Bahamas, Gulf of Mexico and western Caribbean to Colombia.
Feb 12, 2015 ... Flounder Fishing with Team Grouperpro. ... Flounder Fishing Gulf of Mexico -
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Paralichthys albigutta (Gulf Flounder) Fishes Native Transplant. Collection
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The Southern Flounder which has the widest range, is the most commonly caught
of the three. The Gulf Flounder, the smallest of the three, ranges along the Gulf ...
The Gulf Flounder, Paralichthys albrigutta, whose common Spanish name is
lenguado panzablanca, is a member of the Sand Flounder or Paralichthyidae ...
Population: Paralichthys dentatus is common in the southern Gulf of Maine, east
to Nantucket Shoals, and to the western part of the South Channels (Bigelow ...
The summer flounder, or "fluke," a flatfish is found in coastal waters from the
southern Gulf of Maine to Florida. Like other species of flatfish, the fluke has both