The Gulf flounder (Paralichthys albiguttata) is a species of saltwater flounder.
Contents. 1 Description; 2 Fishing; 3 Depth; 4 References. Description.
Only rarely will inshore anglers in Mississippi encounter anything but southern or
Gulf flounders. The broad flounder, Paralichthys squamilentus, is similar but is ...
Other Names : Flounder, Doormat, Southern Flounder. Range & Habitat : This
common fish is found Gulfwide, on mud, and to a lesser degree, sand bottoms, ...
Jul 28, 2005 ... The Gulf Flounder, Paralichthys albigutta. Illustration by Diana Rome Peebles
1998. Courtesy of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation ...
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Image of Paralichthys albigutta (Gulf flounder) ... Carolina to southern Florida,
USA, northern Bahamas, Gulf of Mexico and western Caribbean to Colombia.
Description: The Gulf flounder has the familiar flat, rounded body and olive-brown
color of other flounders that can change shade depending on the color of the ...
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 ...
Although 18 species of the lefteye flounder family are found in the northern Gulf
of Mexico, flounder in Louisiana almost invariably means the southern flounder.
Mar 15, 2008 ... Gulf Flounder Description: The gulf flounder grows to 15 inches in length and is
common to 2 pounds. It is a left-eye flounder, thus it lies on its ...