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Noun1.Anguillidae - eels that live in fresh water as adults but return to the sea to spawnAnguillidae - eels that live in fresh water as adults but return to the sea to spawn
fish family - any of various families of fish
Anguilliformes, order Anguilliformes, order Apodes - elongate fishes with pelvic fins and girdle absent or reduced
genus Anguilla, Anguilla - type genus of the Anguillidae: eels
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The YK17-10 research cruise (13-27 May 2017) of the R/V Yokosuka of the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) was designed to search for and video-record anguillid eels underwater in their spawning area at the West Mariana Ridge.
Of these, rotational feeding is the better understood method (Helfman and Clark, 1986; Measey and Herrel, 2006); there are descriptions for muraenid (Miller, 1987) and anguillid eels (Helfman and Clark, 1986), some non-anguillid teleosts (e.g., Monopterus sp.
'Recent advances in artifical production of glass eels for conservation of anguillid eel populations'.
[14.] Kempter J, Hofsoe P, Panicz R, Bergmann SM (2013) First detection of anguillid herpesvirus (AngHV-1) in European eel (Anguilla anguilla) and imported American eel (Anguilla rostrata) in Poland.
Geographic distribution of tropical anguillid species partly or completely overlaps with at least one other congener in spawning area or in growing habitat (Aoyama 2009), questioning the species integrity process in a shared spawning area.
Fishing mortalities at 30% and 50% of SPR, compared with SPR at F=0, are considered to be the limiting and precautionary levels for anguillid eels (ICES (1)).
Contributions study Pacific and Atlantic salmon, anguillid and European silver eels, lamprey, and bluefin tuna.
Aoyama, J, N Mochioka, T Otake, S Ishikawa, Y Kawakami, P Castle, M Nishida and K Tsukamoto 1999 'Distribution and dispersal of Anguillid Leptocephali in the western Pacific Ocean revealed by molecular analysis', Marine Ecology Progress Series 188:193-200.
The first clade comprises anguillid and cyprinid herpesviruses, which possess the largest genomes in the order Herpesvirales (245-295 kb).
Among specific topics are the postglacial recolonization and the loss of anadromy in rainbow smelt from coastal Newfoundland, planning the management of Pacific salmon in a changing climate, modeling larval migration routes and spawning areas of Anguillid eels of New Zealand and Australia, detecting marine nutrient and organic matter inputs into multiple trophic levels in streams of Atlantic Canada and France, the status of diodromous fish species in the restored East Hammar Marsh in southern Iraq, and socio-economic and bio-political linkages in the management of tropical shad.