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Feeding habits of Serranus cabrilla (Serranidae) in the Canary Islands

  title={Feeding habits of Serranus cabrilla (Serranidae) in the Canary Islands},
  author={V{\'i}ctor M. Tuset and Jos{\'e} Arturo Casasola Gonz{\'a}lez and M. M. Garc{\'i}a-D{\'i}az and J. I. Santana},
Le regime alimentaire du serran chevre, Serranus cabrilla, a ete etudie au moyen de differents indices calcules a partir des contenus digestifs d'echantillons commerciaux peches aux iles Canaries. Les Crustaces sont les proies preferentielles, tandis que les poissons sont les proies secondaires. Les Crustaces Decapodes (Brachyoures, larves, Carides et Anomoures) sont les proies les plus importantes. Il n'existe pas de difference de regime alimentaire liee a la coloration des individus. En… 
Feeding habits of Serranus scriba (Osteichthyes: Serranidae) in the marine reserve of Lanzarote (Canary Islands)
Feeding habits of painted comber, Serranus scriba, were investigated from stomach contents of fish caught in the Canary Islands, and decapods show a tendency to a slight decrease in frequency and abundance, while the importance of fish in the diet increases with predator size.
Growth characteristics and reproduction of comber, Serranus cabrilla (Actinopterygii, Perciformes, Serranidae), in the Aegean Sea
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Endohelminth parasites of the blacktail comber Serranus atricauda (Pisces: Serranidae), from Madeira Archipelago (Atlantic Ocean).
The paucity of the parasite fauna of blacktail comber reflect a combination of fish host selective feeding on particular dietary items and its territorial behaviour, and evidence of parasite transference between the Madeira Archipelago, the Mediterranean and the Gulf of Mexico.
Dendrobranchiata y Caridea nuevos o poco conocidos para las islas Canarias (Crustacea, Decapoda).
Within the Dendrobranchiata, Solenocera membranacea (Risso, 1816) is recorded for the first time, and the presence of Penaeopsis serrata (Bate, 1881) (Penaeidae) and Sergestes arachnipodus (Cocco, 1832) (Sergestidae) is also confirmed.
Age, growth and mortality of the comber Serranus cabrilla (Linnaeus, 1758) in the Eastern Atlantic
To estimate fish growth and due to the absence of individuals smaller than 12 cm, three approaches were used to estimate the von Bertalanffy growth parameters: whole otolith readings, back calculation and a combination of both methodologies.
Sex and reproductive aspects in Serranus cabrilla (Osteichthyes: Serranidae): macroscopic and histological approaches
Analysis of gonad organization and development confirmed that this species is synchronously hermaphroditic, and agreement between macroscopic and histological staging was low, although both methods provided similar results in spawning-season determination and size at maturity.
Complementary distribution of two sympatric serranids in a NATURA 2000 site in the Northern Aegean Sea (Eastern Mediterranean)
The present work aimed to investigate possible spatial and seasonal patterns in the distribution of two sympatric serranids, the painted comber, Serranus scriba and the comber, Serranus cabrilla. The
Comparative morphology of the sagittal otolith in Serranus spp.
Variations in the morphology of saccular otoliths (sagittae) among three sympatric species of the genus Serranus from the Canary Islands were investigated and S. scriba was distinct in having a rostrum which had a slight turning at the tip and a more funnel-like ostium.
Trophic relationships between fishes and an artificial reef
Diet composition in terms of decapods and amphipods (constituting the main prey groups) was compared with the species composition within these taxa present on the reef and on surrounding bottoms sampled using various techniques.