Reproduction in the protogynous black grouper ( Mycteroperca bonaci ( Poey ) ) from the southern Gulf of Mexico

@inproceedings{Dniel2003ReproductionIT,
  title={Reproduction in the protogynous black grouper ( Mycteroperca bonaci ( Poey ) ) from the southern Gulf of Mexico},
  author={Christian D{\'e}niel},
  year={2003}
}
The black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci) is one of the 20 most commonly sought serranid fi shes in the tropical western Atlantic region (Sadovy, 1994). The species ranges from Massachusetts and Bermuda to southeastern Brazil (Böhlke and Chaplin, 1993; Fischer, 1978; Bullock and Smith, 1991; Begossi and Figueiredo, 1995). It is found on irregular bottoms such as coral reefs, drop-off walls, and rocky ledges, in depths from 10 to at least 100 m (Roe, 1977; Manooch and Mason, 1987; Bullock and… CONTINUE READING

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