Phenotypic Affinities on Fry of Four Mediterranean Grey Mullet Species

  title={Phenotypic Affinities on Fry of Four Mediterranean Grey Mullet Species},
  author={George Katselis and George N. Hotos and George Minos and Kosmas Vidalis},
Grey mullets are mainly a catadromous family, excluding a few member species. They live in schools on the coasts, lagoons and rivers of tropical and subtropical waters (McDowal, 1988). They are important food fishes. The euryhalinity, eurythermality and their simpler diet, as well as the rapid growth of some species, have made them the object of aquaculture in many parts of the world, including the Mediterranean (Oren, 1981). In 2003, 42,738 tons of grey mullets (about 60% of their total… CONTINUE READING


Publications citing this paper.


Publications referenced by this paper.

Identification and recruitment periodicity of grey mullet fry in the Mediterranean lagoons

  • M. Cambrony
  • Vie Milieau, 34(4): 221-227.
  • 1984
Highly Influential
7 Excerpts

Seasonal distribution of mugilidae fry and juveniles in Messolonghi coastal waters, western Greece

  • G. Katselis, G. Minos, A. Marmagas, G. Hotos, I. Ondrias
  • Bios (Macedonia, Greece), 2: 101108.
  • 1994
Highly Influential
4 Excerpts

Means of identification of grey mullet fry for culture

  • O. H. Oren
  • 1981
Highly Influential
6 Excerpts

A study on the appearance of the mugilid fry (Mugilidae) in the broader area of the lagoon of Messolonghi-Etoliko

  • G. Hotos
  • Geotechnical Scientific Issues, 14 (6): 48-63 (in…
  • 2003
2 Excerpts

Comparative body and

  • O. Akyol, T. Kinacigil
  • 2002
2 Excerpts

Comparative body and otolith morphometrics of Mugilidae in Homa Lagoon ( Izmir Bay , Aegean Sea )

  • O. Akyol, T. Kinacigil
  • Acta Adriatica
  • 2002
1 Excerpt

Morphological study

  • P. J. Andrade
  • University Press, Cambridge,
  • 2002
1 Excerpt

Morphological study of Diplodus sargus , Diplodus puntazzo and Lithognathus mormyrus ( Sparidae ) in the Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea

  • A. Perlmutter, L. Bograd, J. Pruginin
  • Fisheries Research
  • 2002

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…