Sea-worms, sea-squirts: and then the first vertebrates, the lamprey-eels.
"Astounding Stories, May, 1931" by Various
Mrs. Lamprey's version did not take long to tell.
"When Ghost Meets Ghost" by William Frend De Morgan
The Douro yields an abundance of fish, especially trout, shad and lampreys.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 6" by Various
Vidius Pollio fed his lampreys with the bodies of his human chattels.
"Valeria" by William Henry Withrow
At this stage the general resemblance of the brain to that of the lamprey is striking.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Slice 4" by Various
The fish are abundant, the lampreys excellent.
"Glories of Spain" by Charles W. Wood
I haue sent you that Lamprey ready dressed.
"The Palace of Pleasure" by William Painter
The town is also celebrated for its Severn salmon and lampreys.
"Cathedral Cities of England" by George Gilbert
A lizard's got what they call The Third Eye, and so has a lamprey, and lots of creatures.
"The Tower of Oblivion" by Oliver Onions
Salmon and lampreys abound in its waters.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 8" by Various
Henry the First
Ate lampreys till he burst.
His unfortunate decease
Simply ruined the Norman peace.
"Clerihew - Henry the First" by Edmund Clerihew Bentley
So when they had reached a pub safely
And a nice fire was warming their feet
The king asked 'Hast got any lampreys?
Then bring us two surfeits, toot sweet.'
"King John" by Stanley Holloway
Now lampreys are 'prone to expansion'
Which means, when they're eaten, they swell
And the king muttered 'Ich Dien', or summat like that
Which meant he weren't feeling too well
"King John" by Stanley Holloway
Like is th' Event of the unkind Embrace,
When the Sea-Lamprey hugs the shelly Case;
Wounds to her self by thoughtless Rage she gives,
She dies; and none the wilful Murder grieves.
"Oppian's Halieuticks Part I: Of The Nature of Fishes: In Two Books: Book Two" by William Diaper
Sweet river, in thy gentle stream
Myriads of funny beings swim:
The watchful trout with speckled pride;
The perch, the dace in silvered pride;
The princely salmon, sturgeon brave,
And lamprey, emblem of the knave.
"Ode To Connecticut River" by Josias Lyndon Arnold
And all your big and little brooks,
That rush down laughing towards the sea,
Your Lampreys, Squams, and Contoocooks,
That show a spirit to be free,
Should learn they 're not to take such airs;—
Your mouths are stopped;—then why not theirs?
"The Gag" by John Pierpont
And this time around, the lampreys in the pie will come from the Great Lakes.
Next up, a look into the impact of the Sea Lamprey on Lake Superior.
The lamprey is native to the Atlantic Ocean.
Zane Lamprey 's 10 Traditional Cocktails (made with fresh ingredients).
Those are odors that male lampreys release to attract the lady lampreys .
Researchers are beginning the third and final year of testing lab-refined mating pheromones — scents emitted by male lampreys to attract females.
Together, the three agencies have been battling sea lampreys for decades, with varying degrees of success.
Now, with the lampreys ' decline, some rivers have restrictions on their catch.
But the Pacific Lamprey Conservation Initiative may change that.
The adult lampreys will dig a nest in fine gravels, moving big rocks out of the way with their mouths.
State wants to control lamprey , but research shows they're native to Lake Champlain.
(Host) The state wants to hear from the public on how best to control lamprey that are blamed for killing fish in Lake Champlain.
Revolting sea lamprey an environmental success story.
Sean Sohappy, 20, and Cheyenne Wahnetah, 19, both of Warm Springs, brave heavy water flows at Willamette Falls to fish for lamprey.
New sea lamprey barrier to protect migrating trout, salmon.