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Comparison of three Gobiidae (Teleostei) life history strategies over their geographical range ArchiMer
Bouchereau, Jl; Guelorget, O.
This article summarizes the latest knowledge on the ecology of three gobies. The authors compile data published by various scientists who carried out their research under different conditions, using a variety of methods for collecting data and processing the results. The relationship between population structure and different environmental conditions was considered for three goby species Pomatoschistus minutus (Pallas, 1770), P. microps (Kroyer, 1838) and Gobius niger Linnaeus, 1758, in different geographical areas, notably the Mediterranean (Gulf of Lions and Adriatic) and cold temperate Atlantic (north of the English Channel) parts. In the three species, the life cycles in the Mediterranean, favoured by the local hydroclimate, are "contracted" (growth is...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Golfe du Lion; Atlantique; Cycles vitaux; Stratégies d'occupation; Gobiidæ; Gulf of Lions; Atlantic; Life cycle; Occupying strategy; Gobiidae.
Ano: 1998 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00326/43672/43198.pdf
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Atividade de limpeza e clientes de Elacatinus figaro (Pisces: Gobiidae) nos recifes de coral dos Parrachos de Muriú, Nordeste do Brasil Biota Neotropica
Campos,Carlos Eduardo Costa; Sá-Oliveira,Júlio César.
Peixes limpadores removem ectoparasitas, tecido doente ou ferido, muco e escamas da superfície corporal de outros peixes, sendo portanto de fundamental importância para a manutenção do equilíbrio e da saúde dos peixes do ecossistema recifal. Na costa brasileira são registradas 24 espécies de peixes limpadores, das quais se destaca Elacatinus figaro, uma das espécies de limpadores mais especializada. Este estudo registrou a diversidade de clientes e o período de atividade de limpeza de Elacatinus figaro nos recifes de coral dos Parrachos de Muriú, Rio Grande do Norte. Foram registradas 21 espécies de clientes pertencentes a 11 famílias, das quais 15 espécies (68,4% do total de espécies) são ativas durante o dia, cinco (25,3%) têm atividade noturna e uma...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Góbio limpador; Gobiidae; Simbiose; Peixes recifais brasileiros; Comportamento de limpeza.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1676-06032011000100004
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Spatial and temporal variations of fish assemblages in a shallow Mediterranean soft-bottom area (Gulf of Fos, France) ArchiMer
Letourneur, Y; Darnaude, A; Salen-picard, C; Harmelin-vivien, M.
The fish assemblages of two shallow soft-bottom areas located in the Gulf of Fos (NW Mediterranean) were studied by means of 57 trawl surveys carried out on both seasonal and diel scales between 1983 and 1985. A total of 47 fish species was recorded, with a mean density and biomass of 650 individuals ha(-1) and 2.67 kg ha(-1), respectively. Most of the fluctuations observed were on the spatial scale. Strong differences in fish assemblages were observed between the two areas, with both higher species richness and biomass in the outer part of the gulf (La Gracieuse), while a higher density of individuals characterised its inner part (Bay of Carteau). This spatial pattern was due to a small number of species, such as the gobiids Gobius niger and Pomatoschitus...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ichtyofaune démersale; Gobiidae; Pleuronectiformes; Distribution spatiale; Variations temporelles; Demersal ichthyofauna; Gobiidae; Pleuronectiforms; Spatial distribution; Temporal variations.
Ano: 2001 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00322/43355/42858.pdf
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Redescription of Gobius cauerensis (Bleeker, 1853), with discussion of the validity of the species Naturalis
Randall, J.E.; Greenfield, D.W..
Thacker (2004b) regarded the gobiid fish Gnatholepis cauerensis (Bleeker) as a synonym of Gnatholepis anjerensis (Bleeker) and treated G. scapulostigma Herre as the replacement name for what other recent authors had identified as G. cauerensis. The holotype of Gobius cauerensis Bleeker from the Nationaal Natuurhistorische Museum in Leiden is redescribed. Because its colour pattern has faded, the original Bleeker painting is reproduced, the diagnostic colour features noted, and comparison provided with an underwater photograph taken of a specimen before it was collected in the Mentawai Islands (near the type locality of Kauer, Sumatra). Gnatholepis cauerensis is a valid species distinct from G. anjerensis. G. scapulostigma Herre is returned to the synonymy...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Marine fishes; Gobiidae; Gnatholepis; Gobius cauerensis; Redescription; 42.81.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/226662
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