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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27878816/diel-shifts-in-the-structure-and-function-of-nearshore-estuarine-fish-communities
#1
D E Yeoh, F J Valesini, C S Hallett, D A Abdo, J Williams
Day-night shifts in the nearshore fish fauna of a temperate microtidal estuary were assessed using a holistic suite of structural and functional community attributes. Mean fish species richness and diversity (taxonomic distinctness) were higher at night across all regions of the estuary and seasons, concurring with the findings of numerous comparable studies reviewed worldwide, while the diel period in which mean abundance was higher varied among seasons. Likewise, species and functional guild compositions (the latter based on feeding modes and habitat use) both differed significantly between day and night, with the extent of the diel shift again varying seasonally...
November 23, 2016: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27836188/grey-mullet-mugilidae-as-possible-indicators-of-global-warming-in-south-african-estuaries-and-coastal-waters
#2
Nicola C James, Alan K Whitfield, Trevor D Harrison
The grey mullet usually occur in large numbers and biomass in the estuaries of all three South African biogeographic regions, thus making it an ideal family to use in terms of possibly acting as an environmental indicator of global warming. In this analysis the relative estuarine abundance of the dominant three groups of mugilids, namely tropical, warm-water and cool-water endemics, were related to sea surface coastal temperatures. The study suggests a strong link between temperature and the distribution and abundance of the three mullet groups within estuaries and indicates the potential of this family to act as an indicator for future climate change within these systems and adjacent coastal waters...
December 2016: Marine Environmental Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27394872/can-the-name-mugil-cephalus-pisces-mugilidae-be-used-for-the-species-occurring-in-the-north-western-atlantic
#3
Eloísa Pacheco-Almanzar, James Simons, Héctor Espinosa-Pérez, Xavier Chiappa-Carrara, Ana L Ibáñez
Menezes et al. (2010) show that Mugil cephalus Linnaeus, 1758 is different from Mugil liza Valenciennes 1836, the latter being the mullet found along the Atlantic coast of South America. They also suggest that individuals identified as M. cephalus from the northwest Atlantic could represent a population of M. liza in this region, since they doubt the presence of M. cephalus in waters colder than the ones of the West Indies. In order to clarify the presence of M. cephalus in the northwest Atlantic, this study compares meristic and morphometric measurements of M...
2016: Zootaxa
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27389711/shaken-not-stirred-a-molecular-contribution-to-the-systematics-of-genus-mugil-teleostei-mugilidae
#4
Sandra Heras, Ferruccio Maltagliati, Maria Victoria Fernández, María Inés Roldán
With this work we addressed some molecular systematic issues within the Mugil cephalus species complex. Particular attention was paid to the debated situations of: (i) Mugil liza, occurring in partial sympatry with Mugil cephalus in the northwestern Atlantic, and (ii) Mugil platanus, considered by some authors a synonymy of the former species and distributed in the southwestern Atlantic. We sequenced 79 individuals of a 465-bp portion of the mitochondrial control region (CR) from 8 western Atlantic and 2 Mediterranean localities...
July 2016: Integrative Zoology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27368155/mycobacteriosis-caused-by-mycobacterium-marinum-in-reared-mullets-first-evidence-from-sardinia-italy
#5
E Antuofermo, A Pais, M Polinas, T Cubeddu, M Righetti, M A Sanna, M Prearo
Mycobacterium marinum is a slow-growing non-tuberculous mycobacterium, and it is considered the most common aetiologic agent of mycobacteriosis in wild and cultured fish. The diagnosis is principally made by histology when positive Ziehl-Neelsen stain granulomas are detected. The aim of this study was to investigate the occurrence of mycobacteriosis in extensively cultured Mugilidae of two lagoons (Cabras and San Teodoro) from Sardinia by the use of histology, microbiology, PCR and DNA sequencing. Nine of 106 mullets examined were affected by mycobacteriosis, and the spleen was the most affected organ...
July 2, 2016: Journal of Fish Diseases
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27307172/molecular-and-morphological-characterisation-of-two-species-of-the-genus-ellipsomyxa-k%C3%A3-ie-2003-ceratomyxidae-from-the-gall-bladder-of-liza-saliens-risso-off-tunisian-coasts-of-the-mediterranean
#6
Aouatef Thabet, Sabiha Tlig-Zouari, Suliman Y Al Omar, Lamjed Mansour
During examination of some species of the family Mugilidae, two coelozoic myxozoans were observed in the gall-bladder of the leaping mullet, Liza saliens (Risso). Spore morphology allowed us to allocate them to the genus Ellipsomyxa Køie, 2003, one of which is described here as new. Ellipsomyxa kalthoumi n. sp. was observed forming globular pseudoplasmodia and free spores floating in the bile. Mature spores are ellipsoidal, measuring 13-21 × 10-15 (17.2 × 13.2) µm and possessing two equal spherical polar capsules, 5-6 (5...
July 2016: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27198509/molecular-characterization-and-morphological-aspects-of-myxobolus-parvus-myxozoa-from-liza-saliens-mugilidae-off-the-turkish-black-sea-coasts
#7
A Özer, C T Gürkanlı, H Özkan, G Acar, Y Çiftçi, V Yurakhno
Members of the phylum Myxozoa are among the most cosmopolitan parasites of fish, and the genus Myxobolus is the largest within the class Myxosporea in freshwater and marine environment from all over the world. Myxobolus parvus has been reported from mainly mugilid fishes from different localities including the Black Sea. Leaping mullet Liza saliens collected by fishermen off Sinop coasts of the Black Sea in the period between September 2014 and December 2015 was investigated for myxosporean parasites using conventional methods...
September 2016: Parasitology Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27154766/epidemiological-and-molecular-data-on-heterophyid-trematode-metacercariae-found-in-the-muscle-of-grey-mullets-osteichthyes-mugilidae-from-sardinia-western-mediterranean-sea
#8
Simonetta Masala, Maria Cristina Piras, Daria Sanna, Jong-Yil Chai, Bong-Kwang Jung, Woon-Mok Sohn, Giovanni Garippa, Paolo Merella
This study is a contribution to the molecular taxonomy and epidemiology of heterophyid (Trematoda: Heterophyidae) metacercariae found in the muscle of Mugilidae (Osteichthyes) from Sardinia (western Mediterranean Sea). Sixty specimens of mugilids (13 Chelon labrosus, 18 Liza aurata, 6 Liza ramada, 8 Liza saliens, 15 Mugil cephalus) were examined and 17,899 metacercariae isolated in 95 % of the hosts. Four types of metacercariae were identified: Heterophyes sp. (n = 14,113), Heterophyes sp. -small (1225), Stictodora sp...
September 2016: Parasitology Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26966649/monogenean-anchor-morphometry-systematic-value-phylogenetic-signal-and-evolution
#9
Tsung Fei Khang, Oi Yoon Michelle Soo, Wooi Boon Tan, Lee Hong Susan Lim
Background. Anchors are one of the important attachment appendages for monogenean parasites. Common descent and evolutionary processes have left their mark on anchor morphometry, in the form of patterns of shape and size variation useful for systematic and evolutionary studies. When combined with morphological and molecular data, analysis of anchor morphometry can potentially answer a wide range of biological questions. Materials and Methods. We used data from anchor morphometry, body size and morphology of 13 Ligophorus (Monogenea: Ancyrocephalidae) species infecting two marine mugilid (Teleostei: Mugilidae) fish hosts: Moolgarda buchanani (Bleeker) and Liza subviridis (Valenciennes) from Malaysia...
2016: PeerJ
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26790678/new-records-of-philometrids-nematoda-philometridae-from-marine-fishes-off-iraq-with-the-erection-of-two-new-species-and-the-first-description-of-the-male-of-philometroides-eleutheronemae-moravec-manoharan-2013
#10
František Moravec, Atheer H Ali, Jasim M Abed, Sara J Shaker
Based on light and scanning electron microscopical studies, the following five species of philometrid nematodes (Nematoda: Philometridae) are described from marine fishes from off Basrah, southern Iraq (Arabian Gulf): Philometra iraqiensis n. sp. (females) from the abdominal cavity and ovary of the Klunzinger's mullet Liza klunzingeri (Day) (Mugiliformes: Mugilidae), P. megalaspidis n. sp. (females) from the ovary of the torpedo scad Megalaspis cordyla (Linnaeus) (Perciformes: Carangidae), Philometra sp. 1 (females) from the ovary of the greater lizardfish Saurida tumbil (Bloch) (Aulopiformes: Synodontidae), Philometra sp...
February 2016: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26707943/transcriptome-analysis-of-soiny-mullet-liza-haematocheila-spleen-in-response-to-streptococcus-dysgalactiae
#11
Zhitao Qi, Ping Wu, Qihuan Zhang, Youchuan Wei, Zisheng Wang, Ming Qiu, Rong Shao, Yao Li, Qian Gao
Soiny mullet (Liza haematocheila) is becoming an economically important aquaculture mugilid species in China and other Asian countries. However, increasing incidences of bacterial pathogenic diseases has greatly hampered the production of the soiny mullet. Deeper understanding of the soiny mullet immune system and its related genes in response to bacterial infections are necessary for disease control in this species. In this study, the transcriptomic profile of spleen from soiny mullet challenged with Streptococcus dysgalactiae was analyzed by Illumina-based paired-end sequencing method...
February 2016: Fish & Shellfish Immunology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26593278/preliminary-assessment-of-contaminants-in-the-sediment-and-organisms-of-the-swartkops-estuary-south-africa
#12
L Nel, N A Strydom, H Bouwman
Urban estuaries are susceptible to metal and organic pollution, yet most remain understudied in South Africa with respect to the presence, concentrations and distribution of contaminants. Metal and organic chemical concentrations were assessed in sediment and organisms from different trophic levels in the lower reaches of the Swartkops Estuary. Species sampled included Upogebia africana (Malacostraca: Upogebiidae), Gilchristella aestuaria (Clupeidae), Psammogobius knysnaensis (Gobiidae), Mugil cephalus (Mugilidae), Lichia amia (Carangidae), Argyrosomus japonicus (Sciaenidae), Pomadasys commersonnii (Haemulidae) and Larus dominicanus (Avis: Laridae)...
December 30, 2015: Marine Pollution Bulletin
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26408603/a-new-species-of-ligophorus-monogenea-dactylogyridae-from-the-gills-of-the-flathead-mullet-mugil-cephalus-teleostei-mugilidae-from-mexico
#13
Abril Rodríguez-González, Raúl Míguez-Lozano, Cristina Llopis-Belenguer, Juan Antonio Balbuena
A new monogenean species, Ligophorus yucatanensis n. sp. from the gills of the flathead mullet Mugil cephalus from the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, is described. The new species can be differentiated from all other species of Ligophorus by the morphology of the accessory piece of the copulatory organ. Its main lobe is cylindrical, tunnelled expanded distally, slightly bowed with a characteristic membranous opening at level of medial bifurcation of the accessory piece, forming a thick-walled bulbshaped expansion that ends in a round labium...
December 2015: Acta Parasitologica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26299941/prey-composition-and-ontogenetic-shift-in-coastal-populations-of-longnose-gar-lepisosteus-osseus
#14
M Smylie, V Shervette, C McDonough
Longnose gar Lepisosteus osseus were collected from May 2012 to July 2013 in the Charleston Harbor and Winyah Bay estuaries (SC, U.S.A.). This study examined trends in stomach fullness, described major prey components and their importance in the diet of L. osseus, compared stomach content-based trophic level estimates with the stable-isotope-based proxy: δ(15) N and tested for the occurrence of an ontogenetic diet shift using stomach content analysis and stable C and N isotopes (δ(13) C and δ(15) N). Dominant prey families were Clupeidae, Sciaenidae, Penaeidae, Fundulidae and Mugilidae, with the highest consumption rates in autumn...
October 2015: Journal of Fish Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26249402/review-of-the-fish-parasitic-genus-ceratothoa-dana-1852-crustacea-isopoda-cymothoidae-from-australia-with-description-of-two-new-species
#15
Melissa B Martin, Niel L Bruce, Barbara F Nowak
The genus Ceratothoa Dana, 1852, is revised for Australian waters. Ceratothoa is represented in Australia by nine species, including two new species: Ceratothoa barracuda sp. nov. described from Cairns and Ceratothoa globulus sp. nov. described from Lord Howe Island. Ceratothoa imbricata Fabricius, 1775 is redescribed, with Ceratothoa trillesi (Avdeev, 1979) and Ceratothoa huttoni Filhol, 1885 placed into junior synonymy; the preferred hosts are species of the genus Trachurus (Carangidae). Ceratothoa banksii (Leach, 1818) is validated and brought out of synonymy with Ceratothoa imbricata; host species are from the families Kyphosidae, Scombridae, Latridae, Carangidae, Mugilidae, Salmonidae, Scatophagidae, Pomatomidae and Hemiramphidae...
2015: Zootaxa
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26000947/next-generation-sequencing-yields-the-complete-mitochondrial-genome-of-the-largescale-mullet-liza-macrolepis-teleostei-mugilidae
#16
Kang-Ning Shen, Shiou-Yi Tsai, Ching-Hung Chen, Chung-Der Hsiao, Jean-Dominique Durand
In this study, the complete mitogenome sequence of largescale mullet (Teleostei: Mugilidae) has been sequenced by the next-generation sequencing method. The assembled mitogenome, consisting of 16,832 bp, had the typical vertebrate mitochondrial gene arrangement, including 13 protein-coding genes, 22 transfer RNAs, two ribosomal RNAs genes, and a non-coding control region of D-loop. D-loop which has a length of 1094 bp is located between tRNA-Pro and tRNA-Phe. The overall base composition of largescale mullet is 27...
May 22, 2015: Mitochondrial DNA
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25962461/solostamenides-paucitesticulatus-n-sp-monogenoidea-mazocraeidea-microcotylidae-from-the-freshwater-mullet-liza-abu-heckel-mugiliformes-mugilidae-from-atat%C3%A3-rk-reservoir-on-the-euphrates-river-in-southern-turkey
#17
Delane C Kritsky, Ahmet Öktener
Solostamenides paucitesticulatus n. sp. (Monogenoidea: Microcotylidae) from the gills of the abu mullet Liza abu (Heckel) in Atatürk Reservoir in southern Turkey is described. Among other features, the new species is easily distinguished from its three congeners, Solostamenides mugilis (Vogt, 1879), Solostamenides pseudomugilis (Hargis, 1956) and Solostamenides polyorchis Zhang & Yang, 2001, by having fewer hooks on the male copulatory organ (11 to 14), testes (5 to 9), and haptoral clamps (31 to 47).
June 2015: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25960568/a-comparative-study-of-ligophorus-uruguayense-and-l-saladensis-monogenea-ancyrocephalidae-from-mugil-liza-teleostei-mugilidae-in-southern-brazil
#18
Natalia C Marchiori, Antoine Pariselle, Joaber Pereira, Jean-Francois Agnese, Jean-Dominique Durand, Maarten P M Vanhove
Representatives of Ligophorus Euzet et Suriano, 1977 were found on the gills of Mugil liza Valenciennes caught in southern Brazil. They were identified as Ligophorus uruguayense Failla Siquier et Ostrowski de Núñez, 2009 and Ligophorus saladensis Marcotegui et Martorelli, 2009, even though specific identification proved to be difficult due to inconsistencies in some diagnostic features reported for these two species. Therefore, a combined morphological and molecular approach was used to critically review the validity of these species, by means of phase contrast and confocal fluorescence microscopical examination of sclerotised hard parts, and assessing the genetic divergence between L...
2015: Folia Parasitologica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25947535/na%C3%A3-rcio-a-menezes-mauro-nirchio-cl%C3%A3-udio-de-oliveira-raquel-siccharamirez-2015-taxonomic-review-of-the-species-of-mugil-teleostei-perciformes-mugilidae-from-the-atlantic-south-caribbean-and-south-america-with-integration-of-morphological-cytogenetic-and-molecular
#19
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25846862/spatio-temporal-isotopic-signatures-%C3%AE-13-c-and-%C3%AE-15-n-reveal-that-two-sympatric-west-african-mullet-species-do-not-feed-on-the-same-basal-production-sources
#20
F Le Loc'h, J-D Durand, K Diop, J Panfili
Potential trophic competition between two sympatric mullet species, Mugil cephalus and Mugil curema, was explored in the hypersaline estuary of the Saloum Delta (Senegal) using δ(13) C and δ(15) N composition of muscle tissues. Between species, δ(15) N compositions were similar, suggesting a similar trophic level, while the difference in δ(13) C compositions indicated that these species did not feed from exactly the same basal production sources or at least not in the same proportions. This result provides the first evidence of isotopic niche segregation between two limno-benthophageous species belonging to the geographically widespread, and often locally abundant, Mugilidae family...
April 2015: Journal of Fish Biology
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