golden perch

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golden perch

n
(Animals) another name for callop
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2007 & 2009) also evaluated osmotic methods for golden perch Macquaria ambigua using ARS.
ARS-marked larvae and juveniles of other fish species as Macquaria ambigua and Thymallus thymallus has been retained from months to years (Beckman & Schulz 1996, Crook et al.
Development and evaluation of methods for osmotic induction marking of Golden Perch Macquaria ambigua with Calcein and Alizarin Red S.
The majority of the fish (identified as Maccullochella peelii n=22 and Macquaria ambigua n=2) were caught in freshwater environments during the warm season, and had grown to an age and size indicative of sexual maturity.
1992a: 1003) and that for Macquaria ambigua is: TL(mm)=(log(Otolith weight(g)/0.
has resulted mortality in golden perch, Macquaria ambigua Richardson, 1845 murray cod, Maccullochella peelii Mitchell, 1838 and silver perch, Bidyanus bidyanus Mitchell, 1838, broodstock held in pond (Callinan, 1988).
Entretanto, nenhum prejuizo no desenvolvimento ovariano foi relatado em Macquaria ambigua apos reducao da alimentacao (COLLINS & ANDERSON, 1999).
A restricao de alimento tambem nao afetou o desenvolvimento ovariano de Macquaria ambigua, especie de agua doce da Australia, cujo ambiente natural sofre alteracoes sazonais que afetam a oferta de alimentos (COLLINS & ANDERSON, 1999), como ocorre com o matrinxa, o que pode ser um fator determinante da capacidade intrinseca de recuperacao observada nestas especies durante a disponibilidade de alimentos, apos reducao de sua oferta.
Influence of light intensity and wavelength on phototactic behaviour of larval silver perch Bidyanus bidyanus and golden perch Macquaria ambigua and the effectiveness of light traps.
Otoliths as recorders of palaeoenvironments: comparison of radiocarbon age and isoleucine epimerization in Pleistocene golden perch Macquaria ambigua otoliths from Willandra Lakes.
Macquaria ambigua occurs naturally in freshwaters of the Murray-Darling river system and has been translocated outside of its natural range (Kailola et al.
peelii peelii, and Macquaria ambigua have been described (Dakin and Kesteven, 1938; Lake, 1967; Brown and Neira, 1998).
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