81 mm (Al-Hazza & Hussein 2007), Pagrus pagrus, 3.
3] (Schmidt & Starck 2004), in Pagrus pagrus, 0.
Study on the early larval development and growth of red porgy, Pagrus pagrus with emphasis on the mass mortalities observed during this phase.
monogenea) on the gills of cage-cultured red porgy, Pagrus pagrus
following baths with formalin and mebendazole.
maturity] name Bank Sea Bass Centropristis 33 (a) 14 (a) ocyurus Black Sea Bass Centropristis 50 (a) 16 (a) striata Gray Balistes 48 (a) 19 (a) Triggerfish capriscus Red Porgy Pagrus pagrus
51 (a) 25 (a) Sand Perch Diplectrum 24 (k) 19 (k) formosum Tomtate Haemulon 35 (c) 18 (a) aurolineatum Vermilion Rhomboplites 51 (a) 15 (g) aurorubens Snapper Stenotomus 46 (l) 18 (i) spp.
Sexual maturity, spawning dynamics, and fecundity of red porgy, Pagrus pagrus, off the southeastern United States.
Age, growth and reproductive biology of the red porty, Pagrus pagrus, from the southeastern United States, 1995-2002, 41 p.
Changes in the life history of red porgy, Pagrus pagrus, from the southeastern United States, 19721994.
Synopsis of biological data on the red porgy, Pagrus pagrus
Life history of the red porgy Pagrus pagrus (Teleostei: Sparidae) off the Canary Islands, central east Atlantic.
Population characteristics of the red porgy, Pagrus pagrus, stock off the Carolinas.
Abstract--The red porgy, Pagrus pagrus, is an important reef fish in several offshore fisheries along the southeastern United States.
Red porgy, Pagrus pagrus, inhabit continental shelves in temperate and tropical waters throughout the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea.
The red porgy, Pagrus pagrus, occurs in the eastern Atlantic from the British Isles south to Angola and in the western Atlantic from New York to Argentina (Manooch and Hassler, 1978; Randall and Vergara, 1978).
Trends in population status of the red porgy Pagrus pagrus in the Atlantic Ocean of North Carolina and South Carolina, USA, 1971-1992.