The biology of the Red Sea migrant, Saurida undosquamis in the Mediterranean and comparison with the indigenous confamilial Synodus saurus (Teleostei: Synodontidae)

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A study of the biology of Red Sea — Suez Canal migrant, the lizardfish Saurida undosquamis and the indigenous Synodus saurus was carried out in the Mediterranean coast of Israel. The spawning season of S. undosquamis lasts from March to December indicating a curtailment of the year-round spawning season of the source population in the Gulf of Oman. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00007547

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@article{Golani2004TheBO, title={The biology of the Red Sea migrant, Saurida undosquamis in the Mediterranean and comparison with the indigenous confamilial Synodus saurus (Teleostei: Synodontidae)}, author={Daniel Golani}, journal={Hydrobiologia}, year={2004}, volume={271}, pages={109-117} }