sparid


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Length has also been seen as unreliable for estimating the age for other sparids, including red porgy (Pagrus pagrus; Hood and Johnson, 2000), black bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri; Sarre and Potter, 2000), pinfish (Lagodon rhomboids; Nelson, 2002), and littlehead porgy (Calamus proridens; Tyler-Jedlund and Torres, 2015).
Macpherson E (1998) Ontogenetic shifts in habitat use and aggregation in juvenile sparid fishes.
Lack of consistency between the trophic interrelationships of five sparid species in the two adjacent central Mediterranean coastal lagoons.
Both spottails and the other common omnivorous sparid in our area, Lagodon rhomboides, feed preferentially on green and red algae and avoid browns (Hay 1986, Hay et al.
Sparid fishes are an important component of both artisanal and industrial fisheries in the Omani waters.
Is the timing of spawning in sparid fishes a response to sea temperature regimes?
A review of the Sparid fish genus Calamus with descriptions of four new species.
A new sparid fish of genus Sparidentex (Perciformes: Sparidae) from coastal waters of Pakistan (North Western Indian Ocean).
This sparid is one of the most abundant, potentially exploitable reef fishes in the northeastern GOM but is only lightly fished there, entirely by hook-and-line gear.
with Sparidentex hasta (Cuvier and Valenciennes, 1830) and two other less studied sparid species, Sparidentex datnia (Hamilton, 1822) and S.
The application of yield-per-recruit models to two South African sparid reef species, with special consideration to sex change.
Abstract--The carpenter seabream (Argyrozona argyrozona) is an endemic South African sparid that comprises an important part of the handline fishery.
1999) suggested that spatial differences in growth of juvenile sparid fishes were a result of water temperature and currents.