Sounds produced by very crevalle jack, Caranx hippos, from the Maryland seaside Notes and Comments DOI:
Cite this article as: Taylor, M. & Mansueti, R.J. Chesapeake Science (1960) 1: 115. doi:10.2307/1350930 Abstract
Three very young crevalle jack, ranging from 38 to 41 mm total length, emitted a burst of rapid, short, rasping croaks upon being landed in a beach seine out of the ocean surf. Dissection revealed well-developed upper and lower pharyngeal teeth indicating that sounds were produced as in the adults.
Contribution No. 152, Maryland Department of Research and Education, Solomons, Maryland.
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