from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of corbina.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A southern Californian sciænoid fish, Cynoscion parvipinne, related to the weakfish of the eastern coast of the United States.
- n. Also applied to a large number of other fishes belonging to the family Sciænidæ.
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The diverse vegetation communities support a notable resident and migratory bird fauna, including cliff species such as fox-kestrel Falco alopex, Gabar goshawk Melierax gabar, yellow-billed shrike Corvinella corvina scarlet-chested sunbird Chalcomitra senegalensis,, rose-ringed parakeet Psittacula krameri, cliff chat Thamnolea cinnamomeiventris (abundant) and rock dove Columbia livia.
The Gulf is an area valuable to science, increasingly important for tourism and is an important economic fishery, especially for blue shrimp, corvina, northern milkfish, sierra, manta ray, guitarfish, shark, crab and clam.
Corvina: weakfish, also known as corvina in English, especially along the California coast.
Niver recalls pleasant vacations fishing for saltwater species like orange mouth corvina, sargo and gulf croaker.
Alien species, such as rats, continue to devastate native species and are believed to been largely responsible for the extinction of the Kosrae crake (Porzana monasa) and the Kosrae starling (Aplonis corvina).
Enjoy the stunning views while feasting on Panamanian corvina, the popular local seafood.
I'd love to try this with corvina filets, but they've not been on sale yet where I shop.
We fished for corvina here and the tucunaré, or peacock bass, the meanest freshwater fish in the world.
We go with bibim naeng myun and jo-gee gui, whole broiled yellow corvina corvina is a fish that I have only seen in Korean cuisine.
The broiled corvina was also good with charred, crisp skin on the outside that crackled when we pierced through it with our chopsticks.
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