Freshwater habitat use by a moray eel species, Gymnothorax polyuranodon, in Fiji shown by otolith microchemistry

@article{Tsukamoto2014FreshwaterHU,
  title={Freshwater habitat use by a moray eel species, Gymnothorax polyuranodon, in Fiji shown by otolith microchemistry},
  author={K. Tsukamoto and S. Watanabe and M. Kuroki and J. Aoyama and M. J. Miller},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2014},
  volume={97},
  pages={1377-1385}
}
  • K. Tsukamoto, S. Watanabe, +2 authors M. J. Miller
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • Environmental Biology of Fishes
  • Freshwater eels of the Anguillidae are diadromous because they migrate between ocean and freshwater environments, but other anguilliform fishes are generally considered to be strictly marine species. A few marine eels of the Muraenidae and Ophichthidae have occasionally been found in freshwater or estuaries, indicating that anguillids are not the only anguilliform eels that can use freshwater in some parts of the world. The moray eel Gymnothorax polyuranodon is one species that is known to be… CONTINUE READING

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