Kinds and Abundance of Fish Larvae in the Arabian Sea and the Persian Gulf View Full Text


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DATE

1973

AUTHORS

W. Nellen

ABSTRACT

During cruise I of the RV “Meteor” to the Arabian Sea and the Persian Gulf, fish larvae were caught routinely from December 1964 to April 1965 (Fig. 1 in Babenerd et al., 1973 this volume). Following the ichthyogeographical classification of Lagler, Bardach and Miller (1967), the zones fished for larvae were: the neritic zone (water mass over the shelf), the epipelagic zone (oceanic surface water down to 200 m), and the mesopelagic zone (water between 200 and 1 000 m). The larval stages of mesopelagic fish species are found mainly in the epipelagic zone, therefore faunistic elements of the third zone were probably over represented. More... »

PAGES

415-430

Book

TITLE

The Biology of the Indian Ocean

ISBN

978-3-642-65470-1
978-3-642-65468-8

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-65468-8_38

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