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Finally, Paul Woods paid 14,500gns at the St Leger Sales for lot 14, a Sri Pekan colt who is the first produce of an unraced half-sister to US stakes winner Limanda from the family of Reprocolor.
Pulsford AL, Lemaire-Gony S, Tomlinson M, Collingwood N, Glynn PJ (1994) Effects of acute stress on the immune system of the dab, Limanda limanda.
Some effects of temperature, meal size and body weight on gastric evacuation time in the dab Limanda limanda (L).
The harvest of this important resource can be restricted due to bycatch of yellowtail flounder Limanda ferruginea (Storer, 1839) on Georges Bank (GB) and in southern New England (SNE).
Reproductive evaluation of triploid yellowtail flounder, Limanda ferruginea (Storer).
Eulachon (11% FO 12% N) was the only smelt identified, and yellowfin sole, Limanda aspera (11% FO, 2% N) and starry flounder, Platichthys stellatus (6% FO, 1% N) were the only flounders.
Limanda limanda, a benthic flat fish exposed to treated and untreated drill cuttings tends to accumulate base oil and aromatic substances derived from the oil (STAGG & MCINTOSH, 1996).
There was no significant difference between fishing grounds for the abundance of Scyliorhinus canicula, Limanda limanda, and Pleuronectes platessa (Table 3).
In 2004 the program also began to focus on documentation of sea turtle interactions and monitoring the bycatch cap of yellowtail flounder, Limanda ferruginea.
Being one of the largest Baltic crustaceans and an important component of benthic communities, it plays a role as both a consumer (omnivorous scavenger and an effective predator) and a food item for many fish, including valuable commercial species such as Gadus morhua or Limanda limanda (Haahtela 1990, Dziaduch 2011).
Macrobenthic prey availability and the potential for food competition between 0 year group Pleuronectes platessa and Limanda limanda.
Growth of Yellowtail Flounder, Limanda ferruginea (Storer), on three New England fishing grounds.
En Pleuronectidae las especies casi siempre son diestras (Nelson, 2006), sin embargo, hay algunas en que se ha reportado los primeros registros de inversion, como ocurre en Hippoglossoides dubius, Kareius bicoloratus, Limanda limanda, L.
Regulations were issued in 1997 requiring that by 1998 all processors at sea in the BSAI retain all Pacific cod, Gadus macrocephalus, and pollock bycatch and by 2003 all rock sole, Lepidopsetta bilineata; and yellowfin sole, Limanda aspera (NPFMC, 1998).
Plasma glucose, fatty acid levels of Limanda limanda in relation to season stress glucose loads and nutritional state.