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A study of the population structure of the Pacific sardine Sardinops sagax (Jenyns, 1842) in Mexico based on morphometric and genetic analyses
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Current molecular data did not clearly support the existence of a phylogeographically structured population of sardines along the Pacific coast of the Baja California Peninsula, but Morphometric results showed differences among the three groups based on SST, suggesting the exist of different morphotypes. Expand
Updated checklist of the extant Chondrichthyes within the Exclusive Economic Zone of Mexico
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This study presents the latest taxonomic and systematic modifications and updates for the Chondrichthyes that inhabit the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of Mexico, based on a literature review of field-specific books, scientific publications and database information from collections and museums worldwide. Expand
First record of Seriola peruana (Actinopterygii: Carangidae) in the Gulf of California
The fortune jack Seriola peruana is reported in the southern Gulf of California for the first time, further north than its usual area of occurrence in the tropical eastern Pacific. Meristics andExpand
Phylogeny and reclassification of the species of two neotropical grunt genera, Anisotremus and Genyatremus (Perciformes: Haemulidae), based on morphological evidence
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Based on phylogenetic analysis, it is proposed that two Anisotremus species (Pristipoma dovii and Conodon pacifici) are members of the genus Genyatremus, and that the type species is Diagramma cavifrons, as stated by the original describer. Expand
The caudal skeleton of mojarras from genus Eucinostomus (Perciformes: Gerreidae) and related species
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Among gerreids there is an intergeneric and interspecific variation of osteological elements of the caudal skeleton that allows the taxonomic separation of studied taxa, and that can be potentially useful to establish hypotheses of phylogenetic relationships in the family. Expand
Relationships between Sagittal Otolith Length and Fish Size for 14 Mojarra Species (Gerreidae: Perciformes) in Mexico
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P predictive regression equations developed herein can be used to back-calculate the size and weight of prey from recovered otoliths and indicate that accurate predictions are possible, Nevertheless, regression equations should not be applied to fish and Otoliths beyond the size range examined. Expand
LISTA SISTEMÁTICA DE LOS PECES MARINOS DE LAS LAGUNAS OJO DE LIEBRE Y GÜERRERO NEGRO, BCS Y BC, MÉXICO SYSTEMATIC LIST OF THE MARINE FISHES FROM OJO DE LIEBRE AND GUERRERO NEGRO LAGOONS, BCS AND BC,
In this work, the first check-list of fishes from Ojo de Liebre (Scammon) Lagoon and Guerrero Negro Lagoon in Baja California Sur and Baja California, Mexico, is presented. These areas belong toExpand
A REVIEW OF EASTERN PACIFIC SPECIES OF THE GENUS EUGERRES (PERCIFORMES: GERREIDAE)
Four nominal species of eastern Pacific Eugerres were reviewed for taxonomy and systematics based on type specimens and their respective diagnoses, as well as other material from their distributionalExpand
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