Definitions

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  • adj. Hubbs (attributive); used in taxonomic names for organisms that often have English names of the form "Hubbs' ..."

Etymologies

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Named in a pseudo-Latin manner for American ichthyologist Carl Leavitt Hubbs

Examples

  • Migratory pattern of Argentine hake Merluccius hubbsi and oceanic processes in the southwestern Atlantic Ocean.

    Patagonian Shelf large marine ecosystem

  • In the case of Campaign I, hake hubbsi represented 86 per cent, and in Campaigns II and III, 96 per cent of the total.

    MercoPress

  • An investigation carried out by the oil company Pan American Energy (PAE), at the behest of the Santa Cruz Fisheries Subsecretariat, contends that the capture of common hake (Merluccius hubbsi) has spiked in the San Jorge Gulf fishing-ground.

    MercoPress

  • Argentina could lose 40% of its fish market if hake (Merluccius hubbsi) captures do not follow new requirements imposed by the European Union (EU) to import fish and shellfish, warned the Wild Life Foundation Argentina, (FVSA).

    MercoPress

  • Exports of squid, Argentina's second largest fisheries export after hake (Merluccius hubbsi), contracted 68 percent by volume in the same period of this year, driving prices up.

    Global Issues News Headlines

  • Merluccius hubbsi on the continental shelf of the Uruguayan-Argentinean Common Fishing Zone in depth more than 50 meters white croaker Micropogonias furnieri and sea trout

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Argentina's Federal Fisheries Council (FFC) has advised opening the 4160 North statistical quadrant of the common hake (Merluccius hubbsi) fishery, while closing the 4764 South quadrant, on the basis of findings from the last commercial hake survey

    MercoPress

  • The name of the late Carl Hubbs, for example, is encountered over and over among fishes; there is a genus Hubbsia and any number of species called hubbsi.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XI No 1

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