Migration, growth and feeding habit of John's snapper Lutjanus johnii and duskytail grouper Epinephelus bleekeri in Merbok mangrove brackish river
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This study was conducted to estimate the migration and population growth in total length and to observe the food organisms found in the stomach of John's snapper and Duskytail grouper. John's snapper and Duskytail grouper were caught monthly between October 2001 and September 2002 at the Merbok mangrove brackish river, Kedah, Japan. A total of 1308 John's snapper juvenile fishes with total length ranging from 61 to 238 mm were collected.
Ogawa, Y. (2003). Migration, growth and feeding habit of John's snapper Lutjanus johnii and duskytail grouper Epinephelus bleekeri in Merbok mangrove brackish river. In Y. Ogawa, H. Y. Ogata, Y. Maeno, T. Shimoda, Y. Fujioka, & Y. Fukuda (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop of the JIRCAS International Collaborative Research: Studies on Sustainable Production Systems of Aquatic Animals in Brackish Mangrove Areas , December 2-3, 2002, Penang, Malaysia (pp. 1-10). Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences.
SeriesJIRCAS Working Report;No. 35
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