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What do Spotfin croaker eat?

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Natural History: Spotfin croakers eat a wide variety of food items. Apparently they prefer clams and worms. Small crustaceans are also eaten extensively. They use the large pavement- like pharyngeal (throat) teeth to crush their food.

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