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Age, growth and population structure of Modiolus barbatus from the Adriatic
Age, growth and population structure of Modiolus barbatus from Mali Ston Bay, Croatia were determined using modal size (age) classes in length frequency distributions, annual pallial line scars on… Expand
Microzooplankton in the open waters of the northern Adriatic Sea from 1990 to 1993: the importance of copepod nauplii densities
- D. Lučić, Jakica Njire, M. Morovic, R. Precali, D. Fuks, J. Bolotin
- Helgoland Marine Research
- 14 February 2003
Zooplankton was sampled during 39 cruises, from 1990 to 1993, at four fixed stations in the open northern Adriatic. Hydrographic factors were important in determining the abundance of the smallest… Expand
The reproductive cycle, condition index and biochemical composition of the horse-bearded mussel Modiolus barbatus
- I. Mladineo, M. Peharda, Stjepan Orhanović, J. Bolotin, M. Pavela-Vrančić, B. Treursić
- Helgoland Marine Research
- 10 March 2007
The horse-bearded mussel Modiolus barbatus (Linneus, 1758) is an important edible bivalve in the Adriatic Sea; its population is especially large in the Mali Ston Bay area, where the species is… Expand
The roughtail stingray Dasyatis centroura (Pisces: Dasyatidae) and spiny butterfly ray Gymnura altavela (Pisces: Gymnuridae) from the southern Adriatic
A roughtail stingray, Dasyatis centroura , and a spiny buterfly ray, Gymnura altavela , were caught near Koloccep Island (Elafiti Archipelago, southern Adriatic) and the settlement Crkvice (Peljesac… Expand
The spawning, embryonic and early larval development of the green wrasse Labrus viridis (Linnaeus, 1758) (Labridae) in controlled conditions.
- V. Kožul, N. Glavić, P. Tutman, J. Bolotin, V. Onofri
- Biology, Medicine
- Animal reproduction science
- 1 May 2011
Green wrasse, Labrus viridis (Linnaeus, 1758), is an endangered species in the southern Adriatic Sea, but it is also of interest for potential rearing in polyculture with other commercial species for… Expand
First record of Idas simpsoni (Mollusca ; Bivalvia ; Mytilidae) in the Adriatic Sea
More then 127 specimens of the bivalve mollusc Idas simpsoni were collected from the skull of a fin whale Balaenoptera physalus. The skull was trawled up from a depth of 430 m near Mljet Island in… Expand
Growth of the fan mussel Pinna nobilis (Linnaeus, 1758) (Mollusca: Bivalvia) in experimental cages in the South Adriatic Sea
Juveniles of the fan mussel Pinna nobilis were colected in mali Ston bay from October to December 2006. Juveniles of the fan mussel Pinna nobilis were collected in Mali Ston Bay from October to… Expand
Embryonic and yolk-sac larval development of saddled bream, Oblada melanura (Sparidae)
Le developpement embryonnaire et celui des larves vitellines de l'oblade, Oblada melanura (Linnaeus, 1758), elevee en laboratoire, sont decrits. Les oeufs fertilises sont pelagiques et transparents,… Expand
The experimental rearing of Noah's Ark, Arca noae (Linnaeus, 1758) and Bearded Horse Mussel, Modiolus barbatus (Linnaeus, 1758) in Mali Ston Bay
The growth rate of shellfish bivalve, noah's ark and bearded horse mussel was investigated under commercial conditions at a shelfish farm in Mali Ston Bay.
Preliminary study of growth and mortality of black scallop (Chlamys varia Linnaeus, 1758) in Mali Ston Bay (southern Adriatic).
An experimental monitoring of growth intensity and mortality of black scallop (Chlamys varia) was carried out in Mali Ston Bay, from September 2008 to September 2009. The aim was to investigate the… Expand