Migratory history of African longfinned eel Anguilla mossambica from Maningory River, Madagascar: discovery of a unique pattern in otolith Sr:Ca ratios

@article{Lin2014MigratoryHO,
  title={Migratory history of African longfinned eel Anguilla mossambica from Maningory River, Madagascar: discovery of a unique pattern in otolith Sr:Ca ratios},
  author={Yu-Jia Lin and B. Jessop and O. Weyl and Y. Iizuka and Shih-huan Lin and W. Tzeng},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2014},
  volume={98},
  pages={457-468}
}
The migratory life histories were investigated for 30 African longfinned eels (Anguilla mossambica) of the yellow eel stage from the Maningory River, East Madagascar using otolith Sr:Ca ratios and parasite composition. The Sr:Ca ratio patterns of nine eels resembled those of A. mossambica in South Africa and of other anguillids and were classified as “typical” Sr:Ca ratio pattern eels. Typical pattern eels were further classified into freshwater residents (five eels) and habitat shifters (four… Expand

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