Estudio biologíco pesquero del camaron Artemesia longinaris Bate de Mar del Plata

(ed.) (1969) Estudio biologíco pesquero del camaron Artemesia longinaris Bate de Mar del Plata. Mar del Plata, Argentina, Instituto de Biologia Marina, 51pp. (Boletín del Instituto de Biología Marina, 18)

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Abstract

This consisted on the examination of approximately 31.000 specimens obtained from the commercial fishery in the region of Mar del Plata, between Cabo Corrientes and Punta Mogotes (Fig.3) and some complementary material of this area and its vicinities was also included. Living adult animals were also obtained and larvae and postlarvae of this species were separated from the plakton collected during several trips carried on by boats of coastal fleet. These trips allowed the study of the conditions of catches, and the selectivity of both net and fisherman. The aims of this work were to study the migrations, growth, sexual cycle, nutrition, behaviour, mortality and fishing of this important crustacean of commercial interest.

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: Estudio biologíco pesquero del camaron Artemesia longinaris Bate de Mar del Plata
Personal Creator/Author:
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Boschi, Enrique E.eboschi@inidep.edu.ar
Editors:
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Series Name: Boletín del Instituto de Biología Marina
Number: 18
Number of Pages: 51
Date: 1969
Publisher: Instituto de Biologia Marina
Place of Publication: Mar del Plata, Argentina
Issuing Agency: Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Pesquero (INIDEP), Mar del Plata, Argentina
Uncontrolled Keywords: shrimp, camerones, Artemesia longinaris Bate, Mar del Plata, Argentina
Subjects: Biology
Fisheries
Item ID: 6041
Depositing User: Librarian Gabriela Silvoni
Date Deposited: 08 Jul 2011 18:22
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 14:20
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/6041

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