carangid


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For example, when a seine net is positioned over different bottom types, goatfish are commonly gilled over sand, parrotfish near live coral and carnivorous fish, such as carangids, can be caught most anywhere.
School formation and concurrent developmental changes in carangid fish with reference to dietary conditions.
73 Carangids (saurels, jacks, trevally, and similar) are middle-sized pelagic fish, although some are almost the same size and show the same gregarious behavior as small phytoplankton-eating fish.
The respondents target mainly wahoo, tuna, grouper, barracuda, carangid, and dolphinfish (Fig.
Population characteristics and biological reference point estimates for two carangid fishes Megalaspis cordyla and Scomberoides tol in the northern Arabian Sea, coast of Pakistan.
(30.) Kalita B, Jayabalan N (1997) Age and Growth of the Carangid Alepes para (Class: Osteichthyes) from Mangalore Coast.
At the same time, results also describe a population with fast growing individuals, with rates of natural mortality similar to those of other carangid species, and under strong fishing pressure.
commerson fed on carangid fishes (Decapterus), scombrids (Rastrelliger) and barracuda (Sphyraena) (Bachok et al.
(1992) Fishery, biology and stock assessment of carangid resources from the Indian seas.
The coast of Pakistan is home to forty two carangid species, which are pelagic schooling fishes, mainly caught close to shore and are widely distributed throughout the Western Indian Ocean and Western Pacific, from Japan to Australia and eastward to Fiji (Bianchi, 1985; Nelson, 2006).
The rough scad constitutes up to 85% of the standing stock of carangid larvae in the SBB (Katuragawa et al., 2006).
Supraneural and pterygiophore insertion patterns in carangid fishes, with description of a new Eocene carangid tribe, [dagger]Paratrachinotini, and a survey of anterior anal-fin pterygiophore insertion patterns in Acanthomorpha.
Distribution and abundance of carangid larvae in the southeastern Brazilian Bight during 1975-1981.
The nocturnal migration is a common adaptation considered for the feeding purpose among carangid fishes.