For example, all gag (Mycteroperca
microlepis) observed during this study were caught during closed seasons and were, therefore, discarded.
Idade e crescimento do badejo-mira, Mycteroperca
rubra (Bloch 1793), no sudeste do Brasil.
microlepis (Goode and Bean) Gag, Family Serranidae
(2014) hypothesized that the source-sink metapopulation dynamic of the Mycteroperca
rosacea larvae in 17 zones distributed across the Great Islands describes the direction and frequency of larval dispersion based on an oceanographic model (HAMSOM) that favors the understanding of empirical genetic data.
To examine fish counts, we focused on case studies of red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus), vermilion snapper (Rhomboplites aurorubens), and scamp (Mycteroperca
Relative survival of gags Mycteroperca
microlepis released within a recreational hook-and-line fishery: application of the Cox Regression Model to control for heterogeneity in a large-scale mark-recapture study.
Actually, the speargun is one of the gears used in the Yucatan for catching this and other grouper species, such as the black grouper, Mycteroperca
The reef top and walls serve as important residential habitats for commercially valuable grouper and snapper assemblages, including Nassau; yellowfin, Mycteroperca
venenosa; yellowmouth, M.
Squatinidae Argentine conger Conger orbignianus, Congridae Myrophis punctatus, Ophichthidae Raneya brasiliensis Ophidiidae Argentine croaker Umbrina canosai Sciaenidae Argentine goatfish Mullus argentinae Mullidae Argentine hake Merluccius hubbsi Phycidae Argentine red shrimp Pleoticus muelleri Penaeidae Argentine stiletto Artemesia longinaris Penaeidae shrimp Atlantic bigeye Priacanthus arenatus Priacantidae Banded croaker Paralonchurus brasiliensis Sciaenidae Blue runner Caranx crysos Carangidae Bluewing searobin Prionotus punctatus Triglidae Brazilian codling Urophycis brasiliensis Phycidae Brazilian flathead Percophis brasiliensis Percophidae Codling Urophycis mystacea Phycidae Comb grouper Mycteroperca
Those authors adopted the classification developed by Craig and Hastings (2007) that placed the dusky grouper in Mycteroperca
. For our study, we followed the most recent classification (Craig et al., 2011), in which the species was retained in Epinephelus, given the absence of conclusive studies to change the genus.
flavolimbatus (7.3%); black grouper, Mycteroperca
bonaci (6.3%); and gag grouper, M.
Aspects of the life history of the yellowmouth grouper, Mycteroperca
interstitialis, in the eastern Gulf of Mexico.