Che-Tsung Chen

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Reproductive aspects ofAlopias superciliosus in the northwestern Pacific were described in detail, on the basis of 629 specimens (429 females and 200 males) collected from January 1984 to October 1984 and from October 1992 to March 1994.Alopias superciliosus embryos are oophagous. Six developmental stages (3 encapsulative and 3 posthatching) based on(More)
Shoou-Jeng Joung’, Che-Tsung Chen’, Eugenie Clark’, Senzo Uchida3 & William Y.P. Huang4 I Department of Fishery Science, National Taiwan Ocean University, 2 Pei-Ning Road, Keelung 20224, Taiwan, Republic of China ’ Department of Zoology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742, U.S.A. .’ Okinawa Expo Aquarium, Motobu-Cho, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan 4(More)
The catch of ribbonfish Trichiurus lepturus in the coastal waters of south-western Taiwan has significantly declined in recent years. To examine the effects of exploitation on the feeding habits of ribbonfish, 1570 specimens were collected on a monthly basis during March 2002-March 2003 from the landings by trawlers operating in the coastal waters of(More)
The reproductive biology of blacktip sawtail catsharks,Galeus sauteri, in northeastern Taiwan waters was investigated. Male catsharks possessed paired testes producing spermatozoa, which were then stored in the epididymides all year round. No spermatophores were observed in the lower ductus deferens. Only the right ovary was functional in females, oogonia(More)
A canthopagrus latus (Houtmyn, 1782) is one of the most valued seabreams in the Acanthopagrus schlegeli species complex, being distributed off southern Japan, southeastern China, Taiwan, southeastern Asia and Australia, and in the Indian Ocean to southeastern Africa (Hayashi, 1993). Around Taiwan, the species has a restricted distribution, from Ilan Bay in(More)
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