To cook in a pan or on a griddle (esp. with the use of fat, butter, or olive oil) by heating over a fire; to cook in boiling lard or fat; as, to fry fish; to fry doughnuts.
To undergo the process of frying; to be subject to the action of heat in a frying pan, or on a griddle, or in a kettle of hot fat.
The young of any fish.
A swarm or crowd, especially of little fishes; young or small things in general.
The second stage in a salmon's freshwater life. A salmon is a fry until it smolts before it reaches the ocean. Fry develop vertical parr markings about halfway through their fresh water life.
Baby fish, can be very small and need special attention.
Newly hatched or born fish that is fully formed.
To cook in fat in a skillet. Food must be turned to brown and fry on all sides.
A salmon that is less than 5 centimeters long and less than a year old. Tiny fry gradually seek food close to the water surface and are called "swim-up fry" as they grow and become more daring. However, the majority of their time is spent in the streambed that offers them protection.
recently hatched fish; very young fish.
Small fish, especially young, recently hatched fish Hour; for example 96h LC50
A small, recently hatched fish. Term Definition Term Definition
newly hatched larvae which have used their yolk and are actively feeding.
Very young fish, especially those that have only recently hatched. Gall bladder A small pouch, on or near the liver of a fish, which stores bile. Bile is a fluid produced by the liver, and aids the absorption of food by the gut. Gamefish Any fish valued for its sporting qualities Gill arch The structure behind the gill covers of a bony fish (or within the gill slits of a cartilaginous fish) that supports the gill filaments and gill rakers. Gill filaments The parts of a fish's gills that absorb oxygen from the water. Gill rakers Toothlike projections on the gill arches. They can be used to trap food items, such as plankton, carried in the water flowing through the gills. Gold Head A Bead Head fly uses a metal bead to simulate the thorax on a nymph or wet fly and to add weight to the fly. Typically gold or silver is used, but any color can be used. Often a bright color such as red can stimulate a fish into biting. In North America they are known as Bead heads Golden Pheasant Game bird whose crest, neck and wing feathers are used extensively in fly patterns.
recently born or hatched fish.
The young stage of fishes, particularly after the yolk sac has been absorbed. (empty)
Life stage of salmon between the alevin and parr stages.
recently hatched fish weighing less than 1 g, or measuring less than 2.5 cm in total length.
Young salmon who can swim and catch their own food
A small fish, recently hatched.
Young salmonid's that have emerged from the gravel and are up to one month of age or any cultured salmonid from hatching through fourteen days after being pond.
_ Life stage of fish between the egg and fingerling stages.
young fish, newly hatched, after yolk has been used up and active feeding commenced
a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngsters"
Newly hatched fish; usually in various stages of progression: sac fry, swim-up fry, fry, fingerling. Length of stages may vary with species.
the immature form of a fish species
The term used to describe juvenile fish in the next stage of development after Alevins.
the first stage of a fish after hatching from an egg.
A young recently hatched fish.
a stage in a young salmon's life after it looses it yolk sac and begins feeding on zooplankton, crustaceans, and insects.
recently hatched salmon or steelhead that have absorbed their yolk sac and emerged from the gravel.
Young salmonids that have emerged from the gravel and are up to one month of age or any cultured salmonid from hatching through fourteen days after the being of feeding.
recently hatched fish, usually less than 3 inches long.
small juvenile fish, usually smaller than 3" long.
newly hatched fish, usually less than 1 inch (25 mm) in length.
small juvenile fish usually less than 3" long.
fish larvae or newborn fish.
The stage in the life of a fish between the hatching of the egg and the absorption of the yolk sac. From this stage until they attain a length of one inch, the young fish are considered advanced fry.
Fish larvae (baby fish).
Young salmonids that have emerged from gravel and are up to one month of age, or any cultured salmonid from the time of hatching through fourteen days after being placed in rearing ponds.
A young salmon that is free-swimming and feeding.
Fully formed baby fish.
Newly hatched young fish, after the yolk has been used up and active feeding has commenced.
the offspring of fish and frogs
Next life stage of salmon after alevin, and before smolt.
Juvenile fish that have absorbed their yolk sac but have not yet been imprinted.
early life stage of fish after total absorption of the yolk sac.
recently hatched fish which weigh less than 1 g or measure less than 2.5 cm in total length.
Fish or aquatic animals at an early stage of development, that have defined body parts
Juvenile lifestage after the alevin and before the parr stage. Fry typically measure up to approximately 50 mm fork length.
Is the name given to young fish of various species.
recently hatched fish which have used up their yolk reserves and which are actively feeding.