Definition of Gray snapper
1. Noun. Found in shallow waters off the coast of Florida.
Generic synonyms: Snapper
Group relationships: Genus Lutjanus, Lutjanus
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gray Snapper
Literary usage of Gray snapper
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1. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1906)
"In the same manner it was shown that the gray snapper is not color-blind, but distinguishes colors, or at least, certain colors. ..."
2. The big game fishes of the United States by Charles Frederick Holder (1903)
"CHAPTER III THE gray snapper " First let your rod be light and very gentle. I take the best to be two pieces." — IZAAK WALTON. WHERE keys like emeralds in ..."
3. American Food and Game Fishes: A Popular Account of All the Species Found in by David Starr Jordan, Barton Warren Evermann (1902)
"It is generally known as the gray snapper, but in Florida and the Bahamas, where the coasts are mangrove-lined, it is called the mangrove snapper; ..."
4. American Fishes: A Popular Treatise Upon the Game and Food Fishes of North by George Brown Goode, Theodore Gill (1903)
"The gray snapper, Lutjanus caxis, is similar in form to the others, but not red in color. It is called the " gray snapper" in South Florida, and the " Black ..."
5. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1908)
"The commonest food of the gray snapper, in May or June, ... The gray snapper, the commonest predaceous fish of the coral reefs at Tortu- gas, Florida, ..."
6. Investigations of the Aquatic Resources and Fisheries of Porto Rico by United States Bureau of Fisheries, Barton Warren Evermann, Millard Caleb Marsh, William A. Wilcox (1900)
"Here it is usually called gray snapper and is regarded as a warm-water fish, being most plentiful in shallow water in summer, but retiring to deeper water ..."