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Subject: Re: introduction and help
From: Ian Knutsen <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 19 Jul 1996 07:24:34 GMT

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>Arturo Godoy-Morales
>2da. calle 16-67 zona 1
>Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala 01001
>TEL./FAX.: 502 2 531471
Buenos dias !
Next time, leave youre e-mail adress so that people can mail you directly
and not have to send
replyes like this to every subscriber on the list !
I took a quick search on asfa and found 6 articles on this species since
1978 to march 1996.
These are :
                         (Feeding of two anchovy species, Anchoa lyolepis
and Anchoa lamprotaenia at the Cariaco                         Gulf,
                        Alimentacion de las dos especies de anchovetas
Anchoa lyolepis (Evermann and Marsh) y                         Anchoa
lamprotaenia (Hildebrand) (Pisces: Engraulidae) del Golfo de Cariaco, Venezuela
AU - AUTHOR(S): Fazlul-Huq,-M.
AF - AUTHOR AFFILIATION: Inst. Oceanogr., Univ. Oriente, Cumana, Venezuela
                         BOL.-INST.-OCEANOGR.-VENEZ. 1984. vol. 23, no. 1/2,
pp. 149-156
PT - PUBLICATION TYPE: J (Journal-Article)
AB - ABSTRACT: Both species are filter feeding planktophagous with a marked
preference for the                 cladocerans. It was concluded that weak
competition for food occurs between these two                 anchovy
species. (DBO)
DE - DESCRIPTORS: feeding-behaviour; plankton-feeders; competition-;
Anchoa-lyolepis;                 Anchoa-lamprotaenia;
CL - CLASSIFICATIONS: Autecology:-Nutrition-and-feeding-habits-1425
--1:-Biological-Sciences-and-Living-Resources (Q1)
OZ - OCEAN ZONES: Atlantic-Southwest (ASW)
TI:     The seasonality and spatial patterns of juvenile surf zone fishes of
the Florida east coast.
AU:     Peters,-D.J.; Nelson,-W.G.
AF:     Fish Biol. Dep., Harbor Branch Oceanogr. Inst., Inc., 5600 Old Dixie
Highway, Fort Pierce, FL                         33450, USA
SO:     FLA.-SCI. 1987. vol. 50, no. 2, pp. 85-99
PY:     1987
LA:     English
LS:     English
PT:     J (Journal-Article)
ER:     M (Marine)
AB:     Spatial and temporal patterns of variability were examined (April 1982
- June 1983) for 61 species of surf zone fishes (6,611) at beaches in
Melbourne and Sebastian, Florida. The three numerically dominant species,
Harengula jaguana, Anchoa lyolepis , and Trachinotus carolinus , comprised
over 70% of all individuals. Temporal and spatial variability at several
scales were important aspects of the structure of this fish assemblage.
Fishes were most abundant seasonally during spring, summer, and fall (2,659)
and least abundant during winter (6). Small scale spatial variability was
found on beaches adjacent to the jetties at Sebastian Inlet. Both total
number of individuals and species significantly decreased (p<0.05) with
increasing distance from the jetty structures.
DE:     USA,-Florida,-East-Coast; species-composition; population-dynamics;
dominant-species; Harengula-jaguana; Anchoa-lyolepis; Trachinotus-carolinus;
Pisces-; abundance-; seasonal-variations; spatial-distribution;
ANW,-USA,-Florida; surf-zone; temporal-variations; juveniles-
CL:     Population-Studies:-Population-dynamics-1442
JA:     Biological-Sciences-and-Living-Resources (Q1)
OZ:     Atlantic-Northwest (ANW)
AN:     1747646
TI:     Trophic relationships of fishes occurring within a surf zone habitat in
the northern Gulf of                         Mexico.
AU:     Modde,-T.; Ross,-S.T.
AF:     Dep. Biol., Box 5018, Univ. Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS
39401, USA
SO:     NORTHEAST-GULF-SCI. 1983. vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 109-120
IS:     ISSN 1048-9836
NT:     33 ref.
PY:     1983
LA:     English
LS:     English
PT:     J (Journal-Article)
ER:     M (Marine)
AB:     Trophic relationships of Florida pompano (Trachinotus carolinus ), gulf
kingfish (Menticirrhus littoralis ), scaled sardine (Harengula jaguana ),
striped anchovy (Anchoa hepsetus ) and dusky anchovy (A. lyolepis ) were
studied during their spring residency in the Horn Island, Mississippi, surf
zone. Harengula jaguana, A. lyolepis  and A. hepsetus  were zooplanktivores,
utilizing primarily calanoid copepods, mysids and various decapod larvae.
Menticirrhus littoralis  and T. carolinus  utilized benthic prey including
Donax, Emerita  and polychaetes; however, small pompano also fed on
zooplankton. Menticirrhus littoralis, T. carolinus, H. jaguana  and A.
lyolepis  also showed distinct dietary changes with increasing fish size.
Three species, A. lyolepis, H. jaguana  and M. littoralis  fed at least
partially at night, while T. carolinus  and A. hepsetus  were primarily
diurnal predators.
DE:     trophic-relationships; feeding-behavior; marine-fish; surf-zone;
Trachinotus-carolinus; Menticirrhus-littoralis; Harengula-jaguana;
Anchoa-hepsetus; Anchoa-lyolepis; ASW,-Mexico-Gulf
CL:     Autecology:-Nutrition-and-feeding-habits-1425
JA:     Biological-Sciences-and-Living-Resources (Q1)
OZ:     Atlantic-Southwest (ASW)
AN:     0828002
TI:     (Results of the aerial surveys made in eastern Venezuela during
January-November,                         1975.).
OT:     Resultado de las prospecciones aereas realizadas en el oriente
Venezolano durante                         enero-noviembre, 1975
AU:     Trujillo,-H.
AF:     Address not stated
PY:     1978
LA:     Spanish
LS:     English; Spanish
PT:     B (Book)
ER:     M (Marine)
AB:     The sardine (Sardinella anchovia ) is the most important fishery
resource in northeastern Venezuela. Annual catches reach 40 thousand tons
and this amount could be increased up to 200-300 thousands of tons per year.
The objectives of the present research were: 1) to study shoal distribution
and behavior with a main emphasis on sardine and 2) to spot fish shoals and
communicate the findings of sardine to factories. An amphibian aircraft was
used for air-spotting and taking photographs. The sardine shoals were seen
up to 30 nm from the coast. On the basis of the area in which the resource
was seen, it can be estimated that the highest amounts of sardine are of 150
thousand tons per year.
DE:     stock-assessment; stock-identification; Sardinella-anchovia;
Anchoa-lyolepis; Anchoviella-estauquae; aerial-surveys; aerial-photographs;
ID:     fish-shoals
CL:     Fishable-stocks:-Surveying-and-prospecting-1602
JA:     Biological-Sciences-and-Living-Resources (Q1)
OZ:     Atlantic-Southwest (ASW)
AN:     0678157
TI:     Seasonality of Fishes Occupying a Surf Zone Habitat in the Northern
Gulf of Mexico.
AU:     Modde,-T.; Ross,-S.T.
AF:     South Dakota St. Univ., Dept. Wildl. Fish. Sci., Brookings, SD 57007, USA
SO:     FISH.-BULL. 1981. vol. 78, no. 4, pp. 911-922
PY:     1981
LA:     English
LS:     English
PT:     J (Journal-Article)
ER:     M (Marine)
AB:     The ichthyofauna occupying the surf zone habitat of Horn Island,
Mississippi, between 1975 and 1977 was dominated by immature clupeidorm
fishes. The dusk anchovy, Anchoa lyolepis , and the scaled sardine,
Harengula jaguana , together consittuted 80.2% of the 154,469 fishes
collected. The greatest number of fishes were collected in the late spring
and summer, followed by a secondary peak in late winter. Occurrence of the
fishes within the surf zone is divided into three categories according to
seasonal utilization: spring and summer, summer only, and winter. Factors
affecting numerical abundance within the surf zone differed among the most
frequently appearing species. Differences in the numbers of clupeiform
fishes-A. lyolepis ; A. hepsetus , striped anchovy; and H. jaguana -were
more closely associated with diel changes including tidal stage and time of
day. The abundance of the Florida pompano, Trachinotus carolinus , and the
gulf kingfish, Menticirrhus littoralis , were more dependent upon seasonal
effects such as temperature.
DE:     seasonal-variations; annual-variations; natural-habitat; surf-zone;
Anchoa-lyolepis; Harengula-jaguana; Anchoa-hepsetus; ASW,-USA,-Mississippi
CL:     Aquatic-Communities:-Habitat-community-studies-1463;
JA:     Biological-Sciences-and-Living-Resources (Q1)
OZ:     Atlantic-Southwest (ASW)
AN:     0212209
TI:     The occurrence of fish larvae and juveniles in Anchieta Island (SP),
with some notes on the                         morphology of the croaker,
Umbrina coroides-, 1830.
OT:     Ocorrencias de larvas e jovens de peixes na Ilha Anchieta (SP), com
algumas anotacoes                         sobre a morfologia da castanha,
Umbrina coroides- Cuvier, 1830.
AU:     Matsuura,Y.; Nakatani,K.-(Inst.-Oceanogr.,-Univ.-Sao-Paulo,-Brazil)
SO:     Bol.-Inst.-Oceanogr.,-Sao-Paulo, 1979 28(1), 165-183
PY:     1979
LA:     Portuguese
LS:     English; Portuguese
PT:     J (Journal-Article)
ER:     M (Marine)
AB:     Occurrence of fish larvae and juveniles taken by beach seine at the
Ilha Anchieta (Lat. 2332'S, Long. 4505'W) during the period of August 1973
to July 1974, were studied. The predominant species was Eucinostomus- sp
(Gerreidae) which occurred more abundantly during summer season. Other
species which occurred during hot summer season were: Albula vulpes-
(Linnaeus, 1758) (Albulidae), Sardinella brasiliensis- (Steindachner, 1879),
Harengula jaguana- (Poey, 1865 (Clupeidae), Trachinotus carolinus-
(Linnaeus, 1766), Trachinotus falcatus- (Linnaeus, 1758) (Carangidae), and
Menticirrhus americanus- (Linnaeus, 1758) (Sciaenidae). Menticirrhus
litorallis- (Holbrook, 1856), occurred all the year-round. Anchoa lyolepis-
(Evermann and Marsh, 1902) (Engraulidae) occurred more abundantly during
winter and Coleotropis- sp (Atherinidae) during autumn. Morphological
description of larvae and juveniles of Umbrina coroides- Cuvier, 1830, was
DE:     ichthyoplankton-; community-composition; morphology-organisms;
juveniles-; Umbrina-coroides; ASW,-Brazil,-Anchieta-I.
ID:     Pisces-; Sciaenidae-
OZ:     Atlantic-Southwest (ASW)
AN:     0002070
                                                        Good luck, Greatings
from Ian

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