Although studies have been made on the feeding-habits of bass-fingerlings in northern and eastern parts of the United States, no studies seem to have been published in the Southwest. Differences, both qualitative and quantitative, have been found between the plankters produced in the Southwest and in northern waters; and it is to be expected that these differences are reflected in the diet of fingerling fish.
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"A Study Of The Food Habits Of Large-Mouth Black Bass Fingerlings (Huro salmoides) In Rearing Ponds,"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 10
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