Scomberomorus sierra


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Noun1.Scomberomorus sierra - a Spanish mackerel of western North AmericaScomberomorus sierra - a Spanish mackerel of western North America
Spanish mackerel - any of several large marine food fishes of the genus Scomberomorus
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Reproduction of Scomberomorus sierra (Percoidei: Scombridae) in the Central Mexican Pacific coast
The Pacific sierra Scomberomorus sierra Jordan & Starks, 1895, is an epipelagic neritic species which forms schools and spawns close to the coast on the continental shelf.
According to this, the objective of this paper is to analyze the reproductive cycle of Scomberomorus sierra determining: Sex ratio, average length of sexual maturity ([L.
inermis es similar al que presentan otras especies que se distribuyen en regiones tropicales y subtropicales como Scomberomorus sierra (Palomera-Sanchez 2004), Pseudupeneus grandisquamis (Lucano-Ramirez et al.
Caracteristicas reproductivas de Scomberomorus sierra Jordan y Starks 1895 (Pisces: Scombridae) en Bahia Navidad, Jalisco, Mexico.
The genus Scomberomorus is one of the most important and includes 18 species, of which two can be found in the eastern Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California: Scomberomorus sierra and Scomberomorus concolor (Collette and Nauen 1983).
Scomberomorus sierra is a fishing resource caught seasonally in the artisanal fishery of the north-west Mexico coast, mainly between October and July (Montemayor-Lopez and Cisneros-Mata 2000).
Notes on occurrence of young and spawning of Scomberomorus sierra in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
Las especies mas importantes en la captura fueron Microlepidotus brevipinnis, Caranx caballus, Haemulon flaviguttatum, Scomberomorus sierra, C.
The most important species in the catch were Microlepidotus brevipinnis, Caranx caballus, Haemulon flaviguttatum, Scomberomorus sierra, C.
The most important species in the catch, according to the RII were Microlepidotus brevipinnis (138%), Caranx caballus (114%), Haemulon flaviguttatum and Scomberomorus sierra (105%), C.
elegans, Scomberomorus sierra, Elops affinis, Haemulon flaviguttatum y Lutjanus argentiventris fueron capturadas durante los 12 meses del estudio; las especies Lutjanus guttatus, Katsuwonus pelamis y Haemulon sexfasciatus se capturaron durante 11 meses; Anisotremus interruptus aparecio durante diez meses; C.