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Stock structure of the world's istiophorid billfishes: a genetic perspective.
Striped marlin are found in more temperate waters than others istiophorids, with strong preferences for waters 20-25[degrees]C (Ueyanagi, 1965; Domeier, 2006).
nigricans, whereas only 13 or less variables are within the observed range of other extant istiophorids.
Atlantic management area, commercial harvesting of istiophorid billfish species has been prohibited since 1988.
Similar findings have been reported for istiophorid billfish, which showed significantly lower at-vessel mortality (Diaz, 2008; Serafy et al.
Habitat preferences of istiophorid billfishes in the western north Atlantic: applicability of archival tag data to habitat-based stock assessment methodologies.
nigricans, as well as some less diagnostic istiophorid remains, in the middle facies of the Trinidad Formation (late Miocene to late Pliocene) in the San Jose del Cabo Basin, Baja California Sur, Mexico, offers the first opportunity to examine billfish specimens from fossil deposits located between southern California and Panama and to discuss the paleoecology of the Trinidad Formation based on the habitat preference of a still extant bony fish.
Istiophorid larvae were photographed and standard length (SL) was measured to the nearest 0.
White marlin (Tetrapturus albidus Poey 1860) is an istiophorid billfish species widely distributed in tropical and temperate waters throughout the Atlantic Ocean, including the Caribbean Sea.
Abstract--The identification of larval istiophorid billfishes from the western North Atlantic Ocean has long been problematic.
Neuston tows (n=23) yielded 18 istiophorid larvae: eight were white marlin, four were blue marlin, and six could not be identified to species.
Little acoustic tracking has been conducted on white marlin (Skomal and Chase, 2002; n=2 tracks), but similar work on other istiophorid species indicates relatively high postrelease survival for periods ranging from a few hours to a few days for fish released from recreational fisheries (e.
Larvae undergo a stark change in physical appearance between ~8 and 13 mm preserved standard length (PSL), from a typical scombroid larval form to a juvenile istiophorid one (Collette et al.