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Gadus morhua (rock cod; Winter fish; West indian; West india; Trap fish; Trap cod; Tom-cod; Thirds; Tally fish; Swallow tail; Swallow; Summer fish; Summer cod-fish; Strip; Straits fish; Stockfish; Split; Spanish fish; Soft cured; Soft cure; Soaker; Snubby; Snub; Snig; Refuse fish; Red-cod; Puerto rico fish; Poor john; Pink fish; Pea; Old soaker; Northern cod; Newfoundland fish; Mud fish; Mother fish; Merchantable; Madeira; Logy fish; Loader; Leggy; Lap tail; Laggy; Lady day fish; Labrador cure; Labrador fish; Klippfish; Klipfish; Kil'din cod; Jigger fish; Jersey fish; Italian; Inshore cod; Hen; Heavy salted; Heavy salt; Heavy fish; Hard-dry; Hard cure; Harbour tom-cod; Half-saved; Haberdine; Grog fish; Green fish; Gaspé cure; Full pickle fish; Full cured fish; Foxy tom-cod; Foots; Floaters fish; Floater fish; Fish ball; Fish dumpling; Fish; Fall fish; Fall cure; Eating fish; Dun fish; Dumb fish; Dum fish; Duffy; Dry fish; Cut-tail; Corre fish; Codling; Core fish; Codfish brick; Cod-fish; Codde; Codd; Cod; Christmas fish; Bull dog; Broken fish; Breeder; Brazil fish; BlackBerry fish; Bim fish; Berry fish; Bastard; Bank fish; Bank cod; Baccale; Baccalo; Baccalao; Bacaleau; Bacalao; Atlantic cod; Slop; Shore labrador; Shore fish; Shore cod; Shoal fish; Shoal cod; Semi-dry; Seal-head cod; Scrod; Screwed fish; Scrawd; Scraud; Scrad; Schrod; Saltfish; Salt-bulk; Salt fish; Rounder)

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Wikipedia Abstract

The Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) is a benthopelagic fish of the family Gadidae, widely consumed by humans. It is also commercially known as cod or codling. Dry cod may be prepared as unsalted stockfish or as cured salt cod or clipfish. In the western Atlantic Ocean, cod has a distribution north of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, and around both coasts of Greenland and the Labrador Sea; in the eastern Atlantic, it is found from the Bay of Biscay north to the Arctic Ocean, including the Baltic Sea, the North Sea, Sea of the Hebrides, areas around Iceland and the Barents Sea.
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Attributes

Adult Weight [1]  116.405 lbs (52.80 kg)
Female Maturity [1]  2 years 2 months
Male Maturity [1]  2 years 1 month
Maximum Longevity [1]  25 years
Migration [2]  Oceanodromous

Ecoregions

Name Countries Ecozone Biome Species Report Climate Land
Use
Central & Western Europe Austria, Belgium, Byelarus, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom Palearctic Temperate Floodplain River and Wetlands    
Northern Baltic Drainages Denmark, Finland, Norway, Russia, Sweden Palearctic Polar Freshwaters    
Norwegian Sea Drainages Norway, Sweden Palearctic Polar Freshwaters    

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Massachusetts

Prey / Diet

Prey / Diet Overlap

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Predators

Providers

Mutual (symbiont) 
Cryptocotyle jejuna[3]
Cryptocotyle lingua[3]
Profilicollis botulus[3]
Sacculina carcini[3]

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Institutions (Zoos, etc.)

Distribution

Atlantic Ocean; Atlantic, Northeast; Atlantic, Northwest; Atlantic, Western Central; Baffin Bay; Baltic Sea; Barents Sea; Belgium; Canada; Celtic-Biscay Shelf; Channel Islands; China; Denmark; East Greenland Shelf/Sea; Estonia; Faeroe Islands; Faroe Plateau; Finland; France; Germany, Fed. Rep.; Greenland; Iceland; Iceland Shelf/Sea; Ireland; Isle of Man; Latvia; Lithuania; Netherlands; Newfoundland-Labrador Shelf; North Sea; Northeast U.S. Continental Shelf; Northwest to Northeast Atlantic: Cape Hatteras to Ungava Bay along the North American coast; east and west coast of Greenland; around Iceland; coasts of Europe from the Bay of Biscay to the Barents Sea, including the region around Bear Island.; Norway; Norwegian Sea; Penobscot Bay; Poland; Russian Federation; Scotian Shelf; Svalbard and Jan Mayen; Sweden; Turkey; USA (contiguous states); United Kingdom; West Greenland Shelf;

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21Diets of adult and chick Herring Gulls Larus argentatus argenteus on Ailsa Craig, south-west Scotland., M. Nogales, B. Zonfrillo and P. Monaghan, SEABIRD 17: 56-63
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24Annual Variation in Diet of Breeding Great Cormorants: Does it Reflect Varying Recruitment of Gadoids?, SVEIN-HÅKON LORENTSEN, DAVID GRÉMILLET AND GEIR HÅVARD NYMOEN, Waterbirds 27(2): 161-169, 2004
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