Relationships between otolith size and fish length in some mesopelagic teleosts (Myctophidae, Paralepididae, Phosichthyidae and Stomiidae).

@article{Battaglia2015RelationshipsBO,
  title={Relationships between otolith size and fish length in some mesopelagic teleosts (Myctophidae, Paralepididae, Phosichthyidae and Stomiidae).},
  author={P. Battaglia and Danilo Malara and G. Ammendolia and T. Romeo and F. Andaloro},
  journal={Journal of fish biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={87 3},
  pages={
          774-82
        }
}
Length-mass relationships and linear regressions are given for otolith size (length and height) and standard length (LS ) of certain mesopelagic fishes (Myctophidae, Paralepididae, Phosichthyidae and Stomiidae) living in the central Mediterranean Sea. The length-mass relationship showed isometric growth in six species, whereas linear regressions of LS and otolith size fit the data well for all species. These equations represent a useful tool for dietary studies on Mediterranean marine predators… Expand
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