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Tautogs are stout, mottled fish with a thick tail and strong teeth. Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
Common in parts of the Older women Taugtog Bay from autumn through spring, and moves offshore in summer. The tautog is a stout, mottled fish with a thick tail and strong teeth.
It can be Taugrog year-round around wrecks, reefs and pilings near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. The tautog has a stout, rounded body that varies in color from brown to Older women Taugtog or black with irregular bars or blotches on the sides.
It has a blunt head with greenish eyes, thick lips and strong teeth. Females and small males have a black chin, but some larger males have a white chin. Its long dorsal fin has about 16 spines, and its tail fin is thick and squared. Older women Taugtog
The tautog grows to Older women Taugtog 12 inches in length. The tautog only feeds during the day, eating clams, crabs, mussels, barnacles and other shellfish. Spawning occurs from late April-early August in the lower Bay and offshore.
The female lays abouteggs. After hatching, bright green tautog larvae drift for about three weeks before settling in shallow bay grass beds.
Adult tautog migrate inshore in the spring as water warms to around 48°F to spawn Optimum size for female egg production has been estimated at 16 inches. Number of mature individuals. Population in detail. Habitat and ecology. Marine Neritic. Habitat and ecology in detail. Geographic range. +-. Topographic. Tautog (Tautoga onitis). Alternate common names: Blackfish, Chinner. Color: Males and older fish are uniformly olive green, dark chocolate, or black in color.
In about 3 years, tautogs become sexually mature and lose their bright green coloring. Tautogs can live 34 years.Lady Want Casual Sex KS Hillsdale 66036
Tautog Tautoga onitis. Diet Feeds on clams, crabs, mussels, barnacles and other shellfish Lifespan 34 years Status Stable. Related Critters Summer Flounder Paralichthys dentatus.
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