The River Shrimp Macrobrachium Ohione (Smith) (Decapoda, Palaemonidae): Its Abundance, Reproduction, and Growth in the Atchafalaya River Basin of Louisiana, U.S.A. 1)

@article{Truesdale1979TheRS,
  title={The River Shrimp Macrobrachium Ohione (Smith) (Decapoda, Palaemonidae): Its Abundance, Reproduction, and Growth in the Atchafalaya River Basin of Louisiana, U.S.A. 1)},
  author={Frank M. Truesdale and Warren J. Mermilliod},
  journal={Crustaceana},
  year={1979},
  volume={36},
  pages={61-73}
}
[Se hicieron colecciones de Macrobrachium ohione por medio de trampas y redes en el rio Atchafalaya en Louisiana desde Septiembre de 1973 hasta Julio de 1975. M. ohione fue el mas abundante durante los meses de Agosto, Septiembre y Octubre. La recolecciones hechas en el rio prinpical y sus mayores tributarios dieron por resultado la mayor cantidad de camarones. El periodo de desove de M. ohione va desde Marzo hasta Septiembre con una mayor incidencia en Mayo y Junio. La mayoria de hembras… 
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