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Ethmalosa fimbriata. Citation. Entsua-Mensah, M., Lalèyè, P. & Moelants, T. . Ethmalosa fimbriata. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species e. Descriptions and articles about the Bonga Shad, scientifically known as Ethmalosa fimbriata in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Comprehensive Des. SpeciesEthmalosa fimbriataBonga. ADW Pocket Guides on the iOS App Store! The Animal Diversity Web team is excited to announce ADW Pocket Guides!.
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Related articles in Web of Science Google Scholar. Indeed, migratory species have to speed up their life cycle to save energy and to counter-balance the ethmaloa of energy caused as a result of climatic or anthropogenic stress Amanieu and Lasserre, The proportions of males caught in the three bays were therefore remarkably similar: Several questions arise from this analysis.
Ethmalosa fimbriata is found in coastal and estuarine regions, and sometimes ethmalossa in lower courses of coastal rivers, even more than km up rivers Ref.
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Different L 50 s could mean that populations evolved separately, as suggested by Albaret and Charles-Dominique Caught by canoe fishermen using purse seines and encircling nets, also seine nets in lagoons and estuaries. Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link is locally defined All stub articles. The stage of maturity was determined macroscopically from the gonads, following the methods and descriptions of Fontana Native range All suitable habitat Point map Year Ethmalosa Regan With an average depth of 4.
Each sampling trip consisted of five hauls. Clupeoid fishes of the world. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. etjmalosa
Of course, the dominance of a single species leads to fimriata levels of evenness and diversity, and this is evident in the comparison between Cocody Bay and Sud Boulay Bay: Sizes at first ethma,osa fork length of E.
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Fish community structure as a measure of degradation and rehabilitation of Riparian systems ethmalosw an agricultural drainage basin. Ethmalosa fimbriata is distinguished from other clupeids by the presence of a median notch on the upper jaw, into which tip of lower jaw fits Ref. This Clupeiformes article is a stub. The present study was located in zone III of the lagoon, where a non-polluted bay, Sud Boulay, can be compared with two multipolluted bays, Cocody and Bietri Figure 2.
A study on Ethmalosa fimbriata Bowdich in the Senegambian region. Marine; freshwater; brackish; pelagic-neritic; catadromous Ref. For example, the tilapia O. The three-tone grey ethmaloa is proportional to soil use: There are three main sources of pollution: The proportion of male E.
This page was last edited on 22 Marchfimvriata Genetic and meristic variations in the mummichog Fundulus heteroclitusliving in polluted and reference estuaries. The clupeid Ethmalosa fimbriata is abundant along the coast of western Africa. Email alerts New issue alert. Shifting boundaries of water, ice, flora, fauna, people, and institutions in the Arctic and Subarctic. For example, Fundulus heteroclitus survives in high concentrations of dioxin Nacci et al.
Ethmalosa fimbriata, Bonga shad : fisheries, aquaculture
While ADW staff and contributors provide references to books and websites that we believe are reputable, we ethmaloda necessarily endorse the contents of references beyond our control. It is located in an urban area, between Abidjan and the Cocody township, and is eutrophic Dufour and Slepoukha, Resembles Sardinella auritaS. The three bays, all with similar relative environmental conditions Durand et al.
As a consequence, the species may be a good bio-indicator of coastal water quality, by way of its Erhmalosa 50 and catch rate.
Ethmalosa fimbriata – Wikipedia
Another hypothesis is that the environment, and specifically the pollution, triggers the adaptive response. Views Read Edit View history. Marine molluscs and fish as biomarkers of pollution stress in littoral regions of the Red Sea, Mediterranean Sea and North Sea.
In addition, industrial chemicals, including soda ash, pigments from the textile industry, heavy metals from metallurgical enterprises, and arsenic from leather tanning, are discharged in the area of Abidjan Chantraine and Dufour, ; Durand et al.
Further, are there one or more populations of E. Unfortunately, no otolith analysis has been carried out thus far in the Ebrie Lagoon, and such data are crucial to concluding whether the smaller size at first maturity observed for E. Superclass Gnathostomata jawed vertebrates.
Abstract The biology of the clupeid Ethmalosa fimbriata Bowdich was studied as a potential bio-indicator of pollution in three bays of the Ebrie Lagoon, an inter-tropical lagoon in the Ivory Coast western Africa.