[ kwˈamaʃ], [ kwˈamaʃ], [ k_w_ˈa_m_a_ʃ]
How to use "Quamash" in context?
Quamash is a smelly, slimy, freshwater fish found in the Great Lakes region and in the St. Lawrence River. It has an elongated body and squarish head. Quamash have a dorsal fin that stands out from the body and a pair of adipose fins located near their tails. They inhabit slow moving water in and around lakes, ponds and rivers. Quamash are preyed on by larger fish and can be found in areas with a lot of vegetation. They are also used as baitfish in fishing nets.
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