Sasa A. Miralao

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Abstact of a thesis at the University of Miami Thesis supervised by Professor Daniel D. Benetti No. of pages in text. (38) Cobia (Rachycentron canadum) and mahi (Coryphaena hippurus) are top pelagic predators known for exhibiting rapid rates of development and growth throughout all life stages. Metabolic rates of embryonic stages of both species were(More)
Growth rates of larval and juvenile bigeye scad Selar crumenophthalmus reared in captivity were studied. The results are presented, discussed, and compared to wild S. crumenophthalmus and other pelagic fish. S. crumenophthalmus are a small pelagic carangid fish of circumtropical distribution. Larvae were reared in a modified mesocosm system and sampled(More)
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