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Distribution and reproductive biology of the blackchin guitarfish, Rhinobatos cemiculus (Pisces: Rhinobatidae), in Tunisian waters (central Mediterranean)
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Females are more numerous than males in the total sample, as well as in utero and at the juvenile stage; however, this is not the case for subadults and adults. Expand
[Diet of two selachians common to the Gulf of Gabes (Tunisia): Rhinobatos rhinobatos (Linnè, 1758) and Rhinobatos cemiculus (Geoffroy Sainte-Hilarie, 1817)].
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It exists few seasonal changes about the diet of these Selacians, and the main prey is Hermione hystrix. Expand
[Biology of Dasyatidae of the Tunisian coast. V. Dasyatis tortonesei Capapé, 1977. Size-weight relationship of body, liver and gonads. Hepato- and gonadosomatic relations. Coefficients of condition.
  • C. Capapé
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Archives de l'Institut Pasteur de Tunis
  • 1 March 1980
The analysis of body-weight-size relationship, liver- weight-size relationship and gonad-weight-size relationship, hepato and gonadosomatic relationships, cubic and relative coefficients of conditionExpand
[Remarks on the relations between weight and the coefficients of condition in Selachian fishes].
  • C. Capapé
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Archives de l'Institut Pasteur de Tunis
  • 1 December 1986
The author comments general data about the relationships, between size versus body-weight or the weight of other organs (liver, gonads, nidamental glands...), and on the condition in the SelachianExpand
[Bacterial pollution of seawater: comparison of technics of sampling and analysis].
From sampling in three areas neighbouring Tunis, the first polluted, the second contaminated and the third clean, the authors point out that the technic of multiple samples using the "Lactose Broth"Expand
[Note on some venomous marine invertebrates of the Tunisian coast. Nature and action of their venoms and toxins. Therapeutic and prophylactic methods].
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The authors give an annotated list of venomous Invertebrates occurring off Tunisian seas and conclude that the Cnidaria are the most abundant and most dangerous. Expand
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