Sublittoral abundance and food consumption of Baltic gobies

@inproceedings{Ehrenberg2005SublittoralAA,
  title={Sublittoral abundance and food consumption of Baltic gobies},
  author={Sigrid Z. Ehrenberg and Sture Hansson and Ragnar Elmgren},
  year={2005}
}
Two small demersal fishes, the sand goby Pomatoschistus minutus and the common goby Pomatoschistus microps, were quantified on soft bottoms at 20–40 m depth in the Baltic Sea, using a camera placed above the bottom. The largest numbers of gobies were seen following the settlement of young in late summer and autumn. Most recorded fishes were sand gobies. An annual average of 4·7 individuals m−2(0·24 g dry mass m−2) was recorded in 1983–1985 and 2·5 individuals m−2(0·13 g m−2) in 1997–1998. Using… CONTINUE READING

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