Pagrus auratus

Pagrus auratus

finfish in family Sparidae. Called also snapper, red sea bream. See Table 23.
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Effects of photoperiod and feeding frequency on performance of newly weaned Australian snapper, Pagrus auratus.
Annual, lunar and diel reproductive periodicity of a spawning aggregation of snapper Pagrus auratus (Sparidae) in a marine embayment on the lower west coast of Australia.
Effects of gonadotropin releasing hormone analogue, human chorionic gonadotropin and gonadal steroids on milt volume in the New Zealand snapper, Pagrus auratus, Sparidae .
Snapper, Pagrus auratus, change their behaviour and preferred habitat according to age (Roughley 1961: 77-8).
The effects of salinity and temperature on growth and survival of Australian snapper, Pagrus auratus larvae.
Protection of exploited fish in temperate regions: high density and biomass of snapper Pagrus auratus (Sparidae) in northern New Zealand marine reserves.
Protection of exploited fishes in temperate regions: high density and biomass of snapper Pagrus auratus (Sparidae) in northern New Zealand marine reserves.
Effects of dietary astaxanthin source and light manipulation on the skin colour of Australian snapper Pagrus auratus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801).
Replacement of fish meal in diets for Australian snapper, Pagrus auratus.
Tailor (Pomatomus saltatrix) were grouped into five length classes with approximately equal numbers of fish in each class (140-145, 146-170, 171-195, 196-220, 221-280 mm); the snapper Pagrus auratus were also so grouped into five length classes (70-105, 106-120, 121-135, 136-155, 156-230 mm).
Survival and growth of Australian snapper, Pagrus auratus, in saline groundwater from inland New South Wales, Australia.