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DISTRIBUTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF LESSEPSIAN MIGRANT FISHES ALONG THE COAST OF LIBYA
Background. The Lessepsian migrant ichthyofauna along the approximately 2000 km of the Libyan coastline has been poorly known. A comprehensive study, addressing this issue, was needed and thereforeExpand
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Morphometry, age and growth of Siganus luridus Rüppell, 1828 and Siganus rivulatus Forsskål, 1775 (Siganidae) in the central Mediterranean (Libyan coast)
Algunos aspectos biologicos de las especies de siganidos en la costa de Libia, fueron estudiados en su morfometria, edad y crecimiento. Dos especies fueron recolectadas entre marzo 2005 y marzo 2006,Expand
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Commercial fishery and fish species composition in the coastal waters of Libya
This study was carried out along the Libyan coast from February 2005 to March 2006. A total of 1,511 fishing boats of four types were observed: 64.26% were “flouka”, 24.09% “mator”, 6.88% “lampara”Expand
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First record of the Mantis Shrimp, Erugosquilla massavensis (Kossmann, 1880), a Lessepsian migrant, in the coastal waters of Libya (Crustacea: Stomatopoda)
COAD, B. W. (1996a): Exotic fish species in the Tigris-Euphrates basin. – Zoology in the Middle East 13: 71–83. COAD, B. W. (1996b): Exotic and transplanted fishes in Southwest Asia. – PublicacionesExpand
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International politics after secularism
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