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First records of sinistrality in the hogchoker, Trinectes maculatus (Bloch and Schneider), and partial albinism within a reversed American heterostomate

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Research partially supported by Potomac Electric and Power Company

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Moore, C.J., Posey, C.R. First records of sinistrality in the hogchoker, Trinectes maculatus (Bloch and Schneider), and partial albinism within a reversed American heterostomate. Chesapeake Science 13, 324–325 (1972). https://doi.org/10.2307/1351117

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Keywords

  • Standard Length
  • British Museum
  • Tidal Tributary
  • Eyed Side
  • Partial Albinism