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  • Symbiotic relationship between the carapid fish Onuxodon fowleri (Ophidiiformes: Carapidae) and the pearl oyster Pinctada margaritifera (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Pteriidae)

    Colleye, Orphal; Kéver, Loïc; Lepoint, Gilles; Lecchini, David; Parmentier, Eric (2018)
    At Makemo Atoll (French Polynesia), the carapid fish Onuxodon fowleri lives in symbiosis with the black-lip pearl oyster Pinctada margaritifera. Although the symbiont seems to live inside its host bivalve by using it as a shelter, additional data are still needed to better understand the exact nature of this association. For this purpose, we implemented an approach using stable isotope ratios of carbon (13C/12C) and nitrogen (15N/14N). The δ13C and δ15N values were measured in tissues of the ...

    Competition for food between the Mediterranean shag, the great cormorant and artisanal fisheries: a case study

    Aguado-Giménez, Felipe; Eguía-Martínez, Sergio; Torres-Campos, Irene; Meroño-García, Santiago; Martínez-Ródenas, Jacinto (2018)
    The Mediterranean shag (Phalacrocorax aristotelis desmarestii) and the great cormorant (P. carbo sinensis) are syntopic birds in an area encompassing Grosa Island and the Mar Menor coastal lagoon (SE Spain, western Mediterranean) during the breeding season of the former and the wintering period of the latter. Diet composition of both birds was studied through pellet analysis and otolith identification. Competition for fish resources between these two seabirds and with local artisanal fisherie...


    Gordon, John D. M. (2009)

    Are the RNA:DNA ratio and dry-weight-at-length suitable growth proxies for brown shrimps (Crangon crangon)?

    Hufnagl, Marc; Temming, Axel (2018)
    Growth rates are of fundamental interest for studying population dynamics of species when no age information is available. In these cases in situ growth proxies must be identified and validated, and here we tested whether RNA-DNA ratio (RD) and dry weight condition (DWC) can act as such proxies for the shrimp Crangon crangon. Growth rates (mm d–1) were determined for male and female shrimps (20 to 67 mm) reared at five different temperatures (5°C to 25°C) and caught in two different months (M...

    From paper to practice: an initial approach to implementation of the environmental monitoring plan for fish farming proposed by JACUMAR

    Martinez-Garcia, Elena; Fernandez-Gonzalez, Victoria; Aguado-Giménez, Felipe; Sánchez-Lizaso, José Luis; Sanchez-Jerez, Pablo (2018)
    The Spanish National Advisory Board of Mariculture (JACUMAR) developed an initiative to unify methodologies between the regions of Spain, in which they proposed the implementation of site-specific “Environmental Monitoring Plans” (EMPs). In this study, we tested the feasibility of an EMP on a fish farm in the Mediterranean Sea. The methods and tools proposed in the EMP are highly useful for environmental monitoring of aquaculture. However, spatial heterogeneity figured prominently in a univar...
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