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Dinâmica populacional, biologia reprodutiva e o ictioplâncton de Cetengraulis edentulus Cuvier (Pisces, Clupeiformes, Engraulidae) na enseada do Saco dos Limões, Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brasil
Data used in this study are from a monitoring program conducted in the Saco dos Limoes cove, Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil. In this program, fish fauna were collected in 17 surveys from JulyExpand
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DEMANDA DE ISCAS VIVAS PARA A FROTA ATUNEIRA CATARINENSE NA SAFRA DE 1998/99: CPUE, COMPOSIÇÃO E DISTRIBUIÇÃO DAS CAPTURAS
Tuna fishery by pole and line or baitboat was developed many years ago by Japanese fisherman. And latter incorporated by Portuguese and Spanish among others. The method consists of fishing with poleExpand
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MIGRAÇÃO VERTICAL E TAXAS FISIOLÓGICAS DE Thalia democratica (SALPIDAE: THALIACEA) NA RESERVA MARINHA DO ARVOREDO, SANTA CATARINA
Between December 17th and 18th of 1998the Soloncy Moura Research Vessel (CEPSUL/ IBAMA) was stationed for 24 hours at the eastern margin of the Arvoredo island, inside of the Arvoredo BiologicalExpand
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Ichthyoplankton of arvoredo biological marine reserve, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Arvoredo Island, located in Santa Catarina state - south Brazil, and its surrounding area were defined as a Conservation Unit (CU) in the category of Biological Reserve since 1990. This researchExpand
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REPRODUÇÃO, DESENVOLVIMENTO EMBRIO-LARVAL E TESTES PRELIMINARES DE TOXICIDADE DE Parablennius pilicornis (CUVIER, 1829)(PISCES: BLENNIIDAE)
Parablennius pilicornis e uma especie de peixe marinho comum no litoral brasileiro, apresentando ampla distribuicao e caracterizada por ser o primeiro, entre os vertebrados, a colonizar substratosExpand
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O ORDENAMENTO DE UMA NOVA PESCARIA DIRECIONADA AO PEIXE-SAPO (Lophius gastrophysus) NO SUDESTE E SUL DO BRASIL
A monkfish (Lophius gastrophysus) fishery developed in southern Brazil during 2001 through the multispecific deep-water operations (>100 m depth) of a national trawling fleet and through the gill netExpand
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