2 edition of Seasonal abundance, size distribution, and spawning of three shrimps (Penaeus aztecus, P. setiferus, and P. duorarum) in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, 1961-1962 found in the catalog.
Seasonal abundance, size distribution, and spawning of three shrimps (Penaeus aztecus, P. setiferus, and P. duorarum) in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, 1961-1962
William Charles Renfro
by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Center, Galveston Laboratory in Galveston, Tex
Written in English
|Statement||by William C. Renfro and Harold A. Brusher.|
|Series||NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-SEFC -- 94.|
|Contributions||Brusher, Harold A., Southeast Fisheries Center (U.S.), Southeast Fisheries Center (U.S.). Galveston Laboratory., United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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setiferus, and P. duorarum) in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, Shrimp fisheries. Fishing News Books, Ltd, Great Britain. Seasonal variations on salinity, temperature, oxygen, turbidity and availability of food resources, are the main factors influencing the spatiotemporal distribution and abundance of fish larvae and other planktonic organisms in estuaries worldwide (Blaber et al.,Harris et al.,Barletta-Bergan et al., a, Barletta-Bergan et al.
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Saudi Arabia, pp. Baxter, K. & Renfro, W. Seasonal occurrence and size distribution of postlarval brown and white shrimp near Galveston, Texas, with notes on species indentification. J E G Plankton and. Renfro, W.C. and Brusher, H.A. () Seasonal abundance, size distribution, and spawning of three shrimp (Penaeus az-tecus, P.
setiferus, and P. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science () 35, Variation in Shrimp Abundance on the Sofala Bank, Mozambique, and its Relation to the Zambezi River Runoff Tor Gammelsr~d Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway Received 3 December and in revised form 3 July Keywords: penaeid shrimp; river regulation; salinity.
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Larger shrimp are generally taken from deeper water. The temporal pattern of reproduction and recruitment is described from monthly population samples (June, through November, ) of two penaeid shrimp species, Trachypenaeus similis (Smith) and T.
constrictus (Stimpson), from an inshore location (Mississippi Sound near Horn Island) in the Northcentral Gulf of Mexico. The presence or absence of. The UGC has a shallow shelf (seasonal and macro-tidal inverse estuary, with temperature ranging from ~14°C in winter to 32°C in summer (Lavín et al., ).The seasonal circulation is cyclonic most of the year, with maximum speed (~ m/s).
Temple, R.F. and C.C. Fisher, Seasonal distribution and relative abundance of planktonicstage shrimp (Penaeus spp.) in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, Fishery66(2)– United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Survey of the United States shrimp industry.
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LGL provides biological consulting services for the public and private sectors. Spawning activity. In nature, adult shrimps mate after the females have molted.
Spawning usually occurs while swimming with the spermatophore in the thylecum and eggs are released from the genital pore which is located at the base of the third pereiopod; sperms are likewise discharged into the water through an apperture at the base of the.The probable distribution may be due to five important factors: water temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen levels, currents, water clarity, and zooplankton abundance.
Icthyoplankton surveys by Dames and Moore () of the northern and western part of Kuwait’s waters indicate that zobaidy eggs and larvae were found throughout the year in.Trawl collections were made in three depth strata (–m, –m, and –m depth) to quantify changes in the depth-specific distribution and abundance patterns of the six most.