Pseudocaranx dentex

Pseudocaranx dentex

finfish in family Caragidae. Called also silver trevally or striped jack. See Table 23.
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Developmental changes of the light intensity threshold for school formation in the striped jack Pseudocaranx dentex.
Progression of striped jack nervous necrosis virus (SJNNV) infection in naturally and experimentally infected striped jack Pseudocaranx dentex larvae.
lugubris Butaguchi Pseudocaranx dentex Kahala Seriola dumerili Other Lobster Spiny Panulirus marginatus Slipper Scyllarides squammosus Pelagic Management Unit Species Blue marlin Makaira mazara Striped marlin Tetrapturus audax Broadbill swordfish Xiphias gladius Shortbill spearfish T.
In a similar experiment, much larger (60-140 mm) Pseudocaranx dentex juveniles initially descended several meters before ascending to a much shallower "preferred depth," usually within 60 seconds (Kuwada et al.
Morphological development in relation to photo-taxis and rheotaxis in the striped jack, Pseudocaranx dentex.
red sea bream, Pagrus major, and white trevally, Pseudocaranx dentex [Sawada unpubl, data; Fig.
Presently, a new sea ranching project is being developed, in which artificially reared juvenile striped jack, Pseudocaranx dentex, are released at a floating platform where they naturally aggregate.
The ontogenetic changes in association behavior in striped jack, Pseudocaranx dentex, were therefore studied with hatchery-raised larvae and juveniles.
Table 1 Age, total length (mean [+ or -] SD), and hatching batch (+) of Pseudocaranx dentex used in the experiment.