Length-Weight Relationships and Reproduction of Three Coastal Sparidae (Diplodus cervinus cervinus, Boops boops, and Spondyliosoma cantharus) of the Eastern Coast of Algeria
This study is part of the development of the eastern coast of Algeria. Its main objective is to increase the knowledge of the biology of the fish assemblages living in the shallow sea bodies with a major interest in species that inhabit remarkable ecosystems, such as the Posidonia oceanica seagrass beds. We introduce a synthesis of data on the length-weight relationships and sexual cycle of three coastal sparidae of economic interest, Diplodus cervinus cervinus, Boops boops, and Spondyliosoma cantharus.
KeywordsFish Assemblage Sexual Maturity Continental Slope Eastern Coast Relative Fecundity
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