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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29675915/monthly-population-density-and-structure-patterns-of-an-endangered-seahorse-hippocampus-capensis-a-comparison-between-natural-and-artificial-habitats
#1
L Claassens, A N Hodgson
This study investigated aspects of the population ecology of the endangered Knysna seahorse Hippocampus capensis within different habitat types. High densities of H. capensis were found within artificial Reno mattress habitat, within the Knysna Estuary, South Africa. Monthly surveys at three sites were conducted from October 2015 to August 2016 to compare population densities of H. capensis in this artificial habitat with natural eel grass Zostera capensis habitat. Hippocampus capensis densities varied significantly across all sites and highest population densities were consistently observed within the Reno mattress habitat...
April 19, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29675895/at-vessel-mortality-of-skates-rajidae-taken-in-coastal-fisheries-and-evidence-of-longer-term-survival
#2
J R Ellis, G J Burt, G Grilli, S R McCully Phillips, T L Catchpole, D L Maxwell
Data on the vigour and at-vessel mortality (AVM) of 6798 skates (comprising Raja clavata n = 6295; R. brachyura n = 208; R. undulata n = 185, R. montagui n = 98 and R. microocellata n = 12) captured by commercial fishing vessels in the inshore waters of the southern North Sea and English Channel were recorded. AVM in longline fisheries averaged 0·44% across five vessels (0-1·47%), although skates were usually unhooked manually and did not usually pass through a bait-stripper. AVM in otter trawls averaged 0·76% (0-2·35%), from four vessels fishing with tow durations of <1·5 h (southern North Sea) or 1-4 h (English Channel)...
April 19, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29672856/hisonotus-devidei-a-new-species-from-the-s%C3%A3-o-francisco-basin-brazil-siluriformes-loricariidae
#3
F F Roxo, G S C Silva, B F Melo
A recent expedition to headwaters of the Rio Pandeiros, a left-bank tributary of the Rio São Francisco revealed the presence of a fourth species of Hisonotus from that basin. Hisonotus devidei sp. nov. differs from congeners by the presence of conspicuous dark blotches of distinct shapes irregularly arranged along lateral and dorsal surfaces of the body and scattered throughout all fins, by possessing small plates in lateral portions of the abdomen and adjacent areas between pelvic fins without development of dermal plates and by morphometric ratios...
April 19, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29672853/morphological-development-in-the-first-life-phase-of-adriatic-sturgeon-acipenser-naccarii-under-controlled-conditions
#4
R Cabrera-Castro, C Zabala, M C Soriguer, A Domezain, J A Hernando
Early development of the Adriatic sturgeon Acipenser naccarii from its free embryo after hatching (stage 36), until late embryo stage, when the transition to exogenous feeding starts (stage 45) is described. Special emphasis is given to morphological development and description of the different structures that are formed at each life stage. After hatching, free embryos still present embryonic characteristics, little pigmentation and an ovoid yolk sac. The mouth begins to open on the 2nd day post hatch (dph) and is fully open at 3 dph...
April 19, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29672848/from-the-inside-out-a-new-species-of-armoured-catfish-corydoras-with-the-description-of-poorly-explored-character-sources-teleostei-siluriformes-callichthyidae
#5
V C Espíndola, L F C Tencatt, F M Pupo, L Villa-Verde, M R Britto
A new species of the armoured catfish genus Corydoras is described from the Xingu-Tapajos ecoregion, Brazilian Amazon. The new species can be distinguished from its congeners by having the following combination of features: short mesethmoid, with anterior tip poorly developed, smaller than 50% of bone length; posterior margin of pectoral spine with serrations directed towards spine tip or perpendicularly oriented; infraorbital 2 only in contact with sphenotic; ventral laminar expansion of infraorbital 1 poorly or moderately developed; flank midline covered by small dark brown or black saddles with similar size to remaining markings on body; relatively larger, scarcer and more sparsely distributed dark brown or black spots on body; absence of stripe on flank midline; caudal fin with conspicuous dark brown or black spots along its entire surface; slender body; and strongly narrow frontals...
April 19, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29660139/swimming-performance-of-twelve-schizothoracinae-species-from-five-rivers
#6
Y Hou, L Cai, X Wang, X Chen, D Zhu, D Johnson, X Shi
A series of stepped velocity tests were carried out in a Brett-type swimming respirometer and the overall range in swimming performance for twelve Schizothoracinae species was measured. The relative critical swimming speed Ucrit and burst speed Uburst decreased with body length, while absolute Ucrit and Uburst increased with body length. Ucrit increased with temperature up to approximately 15o C and then decreased. Species with a high Ucrit also displayed a higher Uburst .
April 16, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29660137/olfactory-gene-expression-in-migrating-adult-sockeye-salmon-oncorhynchus-nerka
#7
N N Bett, S G Hinch, K H Kaukinen, S Li, K M Miller
Expression of twelve olfactory genes was analyzed in adult sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka nearing spawning grounds and O. nerka that had strayed from their natal migration route. Variation was found in six of these genes, all of which were olfc olfactory receptors and had lower expression levels in salmon nearing spawning grounds, possibly reflecting decreased sensitivity to natal water olfactory cues as these fish are no longer seeking the correct migratory route. The expression of olfactory genes during the olfactory-mediated spawning migration of Pacific salmon Oncorhynchus spp...
April 16, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29660124/age-and-growth-of-the-endemic-xingu-river-stingray-potamotrygon-leopoldi-validated-using-fluorescent-dyes
#8
P Charvet, F M Santana, K L de Lima, R Lessa
Between 2003 and 2005, vertebrae of 151 Xingu River Potamotrygon leopoldi (Potamotrygonidae) (75 males and 76 females) were analysed to derive a growth curve for this species. The disc width (WD ) was significantly different between sexes, with females measuring 149-700 mm WD and males 109-500 mm WD . The average percentage error for vertebrae readings of the whole sample was 2.7%. The marginal increment ratio (RMI ) showed an increasing trend with the highest value in November, decreasing from December on...
April 16, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29660123/a-new-species-of-hemibrycon-characiformes-characidae-stevardiinae-from-the-upper-magdalena-river-basin-in-colombia
#9
J E García-Melo, J G Albornoz-Garzón, L J García-Melo, F A Villa-Navarro, J A Maldonado-Ocampo
Hemibrycon iqueima sp. nov., is described from small streams in the Magdalena drainage at the foothills of the western slope of the Eastern Cordillera of the Colombian Andes, Suarez municipality, Tolima Department, Colombia. The new species is distinguished from its congeners in the Magdalena-Cauca River basin by a combination of characters related to snout-anal-fin origin length, head length, dorsal-pectoral fin distance, dorsal-fin-hypural distance, postorbital distance, orbital diameter, snout length, number of total vertebrae, pre-dorsal scales, scale rows between anal-fin origin and lateral line, number of branched rays of the anal fin, maxillary teeth number and number and arrangement of hooks on the branched rays of the pectoral and dorsal fins...
April 16, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29660108/early-development-of-the-longsnout-seahorse-hippocampus-reidi-syngnathidae-within-the-male-brood-pouch
#10
B Novelli, F Otero Ferrer, J A Socorro, L Molina Domínguez
Fertilized and unfertilized eggs and embryos of the longsnout seahorse Hippocampus reidi were collected at different stages of development and provided the basis for a description of morphological development from fertilization until release from the paternal pouch. Images of fertilized eggs, as well as their rupture after a few minutes in seawater are reported for the first time. The yolk sac transitioned from ovoid to spherical shape and was reabsorbed progressively until release. The tail began rising from the surface of the deuteroplasm while embryos were in the egg envelope...
April 16, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29644700/snp-based-susceptibility-resistance-association-and-mrna-expression-regulation-analyses-of-tlr7-to-grass-carp-ctenopharyngodon-idella-reovirus
#11
J J Su, X Y Shang, Q Y Wan, J G Su
Eleven single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP) in Ctenopharyngodon idella toll-like receptor 7 (citlr7) gene, containing two in the 5'-flanking region, three within the single intron and six distributed in the coding sequence (CDS), were identified. A case-control study of 73 susceptible individuals and 67 resistant individuals was conducted to test the SNPs-based susceptibility-resistance association and mRNA expression of citlr7 to grass carp reovirus (GCRV), showing that both 820 A/G and 1726 A/G were significantly correlative sites in genotype (P < 0·05)...
April 11, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29635684/catch-composition-and-aspects-of-the-biology-of-sharks-caught-by-thai-commercial-fisheries-in-the-andaman-sea
#12
S Arunrugstichai, J D True, W T White
Catch composition, landing patterns and biological aspects of sharks caught by commercial fishing fleet operating in the Andaman Sea were recorded from landing sites in Ranong province of Thailand over a period of 1 year. Of the 64 species previously reported in the existing Thailand checklist, only 17 species were recorded in this study. Shark landings from the Andaman Sea appear now to be dominated largely by bamboo sharks Chiloscyllium spp. (Hemiscylliidae), which contribute c. 65% of the total number of sharks recorded...
April 10, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29635683/assessment-of-burbot-lota-lota-l-1758-population-sustainability-in-central-european-reservoirs
#13
P Blabolil, J Duras, T Jůza, L Kočvara, J Matěna, M Muška, M Říha, L Vejřík, M Holubová, J Peterka
A novel sampling scheme, using a combination of electrofishing, visual exploration by scuba divers, two types of fyke nets and longlines, was tested in four reservoirs (including their inlets and outlets) to monitor a population of burbot Lota lota. This was supplemented by fry trawling and vertical hydro-acoustics, to detect L. lota larvae in two deep reservoirs that have had a long-term stocking programme. The majority of the L. lota detected were juveniles, captured by electrofishing in the littoral zones of the reservoirs and in running waters...
April 10, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29633275/age-and-growth-of-migrating-tropical-eels-anguilla-celebesensis-and-anguilla-marmorata
#14
S Hagihara, J Aoyama, D Limbong, K Tsukamoto
The age and growth of migrating tropical eels, Anguilla celebesensis and Anguilla marmorata from central Sulawesi, Indonesia, were examined. Migrating eels (63 A. celebesensis and 38 A. marmorata) were obtained from weirs near the Poso Lake outlet and non-migrating eels (35 A. celebesensis and 119 A. marmorata) were captured by baited hooks, eel pots, scoop net and electro-fishing in the Poso River system, Laa River system, Baluga River, Tongku River and Padapu River from February 2009 to October 2010. In both species, the proportion of eels with opaque otolith edges showed a single peak in July, suggesting that one annulus (a pair of translucent and opaque zones) was formed each year in their otoliths...
April 6, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29633274/ultrastructure-aspects-of-brycon-gouldingi-teleostei-characidae-related-to-swimming-ability-and-feeding-during-larval-development
#15
F Faustino, L C Makino, E Neumann, L S O Nakaghi
The larval ultrastructure of Brycon gouldingi related to swimming and feeding from hatching to total yolk absorption is described from scanning electron micrographs. Newly hatched larvae (time zero) had no mouth opening, undefined optic vesicles, an olfactory plate visible as a shallow depression, rudimentary gill arches, neural groove, embryonic fin and a primary neuromast in the dorsal region of the head. At the time of yolk absorption, 55 h post hatching, the larvae presented an optic vesicle comprising an optic cup and crystalline lens; a mouth with tongue, tapered teeth and taste buds; a ciliated olfactory cavity; branched gill arches; filled neural groove signalling central nervous system development; caudal, pectoral, dorsal and anal fins; and neuromasts distributed throughout the head and body...
April 6, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29633266/variation-in-expression-and-activity-pattern-of-mmp2-and-mmp9-on-different-time-scales-in-the-regenerating-caudal-fin-of-poecilia-latipinna
#16
H Murawala, S Patel, I Ranadive, I Desai, S Balakrishnan
Alteration in the expression pattern of matrix metalloproteinase (MMP)2 and MMP9 was studied in the regenerating caudal fin of Poecilia latipinna immediately following amputation until the new tissues gained structural integrity. Timed expression pattern of these two MMPs was studied at enzyme, transcript as well as protein levels. Additionally, both the gelatinases were localized in the regenerating caudal fin during three specific stages of regeneration. The results revealed a progressive increase in the expression of MMP2 starting at 1 h post amputation (hpa), indicating its possible role in the remodelling of extracellular matrix early on during caudal-fin regeneration...
April 6, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29624697/a-new-myleus-species-characiformes-serrasalmidae-from-the-rio-tapaj%C3%A3-s-basin-brazil
#17
M C Andrade, M Jégu, P A Buckup, A L Netto-Ferreira
Myleus pachyodus, a new serrasalmid species, is described from the Rio Teles Pires and Rio Jamanxim, both tributaries of the Rio Tapajós in Mato Grosso and Pará states, Brazil. The new species differs from all congeners by having a remarkable ontogenetic thickening of the teeth shifting from slender incisiform when juveniles to thick bulky teeth at standard length ≥ 100 mm, whereas congeners present slender, antero-posteriorly flat teeth throughout all life stages. The new species further differs from congeners by having 18-20 branched dorsal-fin rays, by the lack of a diastema between contralateral outer series of premaxillary teeth and by the presence of 16-25 prepelvic spines, with the anteriormost spine never reaching the vertical through the pectoral-fin origin...
April 6, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29624696/consistency-of-fish-shoal-social-network-structure-under-laboratory-conditions
#18
K A Gaffney, M M Webster
We investigated the consistency of association network structure for groups of sticklebacks Gasterosteus aculeatus. Each group was observed twice and we varied the duration between observations and the size of the experimental arena that they were observed in. At the dyad level, we found positive correlations between dyad interaction frequencies across observations. At the group level we found variation in four network metrics between observations, but only in treatments where the duration between observations was short...
April 6, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29624692/photo-identification-as-a-tool-to-study-small-spotted-catshark-scyliorhinus-canicula
#19
J Navarro, A Perezgrueso, C Barría, M Coll
Photo-identification (photo-ID) was tested as a means to identify individual small-spotted catsharks Scyliorhinus canicula. The spotting pattern of the caudal region of S. canicula was used for the tests and revealed that photo-ID is an efficient method to identify individuals. Photo-ID is logistically simple, making it a potential alternative to traditional tagging to provide information on the distribution patterns and population dynamics of S. canicula and related species.
April 6, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29624691/early-developmental-and-allometric-patterns-in-the-electric-yellow-cichlid-labidochromis-caeruleus
#20
M Saemi-Komsari, H Mousavi-Sabet, C F Kratochwil, M Sattari, S Eagderi, A Meyer
The electric yellow cichlid Labidochromis caeruleus is a mouth-brooding haplochromine cichlid from Lake Malawi and one of the most popular cichlids in the ornamental fish industry. To investigate the early development of L. caeruleus from hatching until the juvenile stage, we studied its morphological development and allometric growth patterns. In newly-hatched larvae, most organs and body parts were not yet differentiated and continued to develop until 15 days post hatching (dph). The yolk sac was depleted at 13 dph...
April 6, 2018: Journal of Fish Biology
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