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Age and Growth of Cobia, Rachycentron canadum , from the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico
Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, are large, migratory, coastal pelagic fish of the monotypic family Rachycentridae and are distributed worldwide in tropical and subtropical seas, except for the easternExpand
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Reproductive Biology of Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, from Coastal Waters of the Southern United States
Abstract— Reproductive biology of the cobia, Rachycentron canadum , is de-scribed from four coastal areas in the southern United States. Samples were obtained from recreational fi shermen betweenExpand
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Population genetic and phylogeographic structure of wahoo, Acanthocybium solandri, from the western central Atlantic and central Pacific Oceans
The wahoo, Acanthocybium solandri (Cuvier, 1832), is a pelagic, highly migratory, scombroid fish, distributed worldwide throughout tropical and warm temperate seas. To evaluate population genetic andExpand
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Hirudinella ventricosa (Pallas, 1774) Baird, 1853 represents a species complex based on ribosomal DNA
Digeneans in the genus Hirudinella de Blainville, 1828 (Hirudinellidae) from three species of pelagic fishes, Acanthocybiumsolandri (Cuvier), Makairanigricans Lacépède and ThunnusalbacaresExpand
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Observations of a Feeding Aggregation of Whale Sharks, Rhincodon typus, in the North Central Gulf of Mexico
On 26 June 2006 an aggregation of 16 whale sharks was observed for a period of 4 hr in the north central Gulf of Mexico (GOM). The sharks remained within an area about 1.0 km 2 in size andExpand
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Food of Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, from the Northcentral Gulf of Mexico
The stomach contents of 403 cobia, Rachycentron canadwn, caught in the northcentral Gulf of Mexico recreational fishery from April through October of 1987-1990 were examined. Cobia ranged fromExpand
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Gonadal Maturation in the Cobia, Rachycentron canadum, from the Northcentral Gulf of Mexico
Gonadal maturation of cobia, Rachycentron canadum, was evaluated by examining 508 specimens from its recreational fishery. Specimens were collected off southeast Louisiana to northwest Florida byExpand
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The whale shark (Rhincodon typus Smith, 1828) is the world’s largest fish, reaching 15 meters (m) and 18 metric tons (Colman 1997) and is found in all tropical and warm temperate seas (CompagnoExpand
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