sparid


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[12.] 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.
The photo shows a sparid fish caught by a coelenterate and about to be ingested.
holbrooki appears to have similar habits to the other common sparid in our area, Logodon rhomboides, which despite its primarily herbivorous adult diet, feeds actively on small crustaceans in preference to algae when these animals are available (Holmlund et al.
A total of fourteen sparid fish species has been identified and described from Pakistani waters (Siddiqui et al., 2014).
Systematics and variation in the sparid fish Archosargus probatocephalus.
Sparid fishes are an important component of both artisanal and industrial fisheries in the Omani waters.
A review of the Sparid fish genus Calamus with descriptions of four new species.
Is the timing of spawning in sparid fishes a response to sea temperature regimes?
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.
A new sparid fish of genus Sparidentex (Perciformes: Sparidae) from coastal waters of Pakistan (North Western Indian Ocean).
The application of yield-per-recruit models to two South African sparid reef species, with special consideration to sex change.
with Sparidentex hasta (Cuvier and Valenciennes, 1830) and two other less studied sparid species, Sparidentex datnia (Hamilton, 1822) and S.
Abstract--The carpenter seabream (Argyrozona argyrozona) is an endemic South African sparid that comprises an important part of the handline fishery.