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“…The deposition of opaque bands in D. auriga coincides with peaks in its spawning season. The seasonal pattern of band formation is also in agreement with the same process in other demersal fish species from the study area: Macrodon atricauda (Günther 1880) (Cardoso & Haimovici, 2011), Epinephelus marginatus (Lowe 1834) (Condini et al, 2014), Cynoscion guatucupa (Cuvier 1830) (Vieira & Haimovici, 1993) and Umbrina canosai Berg 1895 (Haimovici & Reis, 1984). As the genus Dules Cuvier 1829 is monospecific, its growth strategy was compared with other small-sized species of the genus Serranus Cuvier 1816: Serranus cabrilla (L. 1758), Serranus hepatus (L. 1758), Serranus atricauda Günther 1874 and Serranus scriba (L. 1758) (Table V).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 84%
“…The deposition of opaque bands in D. auriga coincides with peaks in its spawning season. The seasonal pattern of band formation is also in agreement with the same process in other demersal fish species from the study area: Macrodon atricauda (Günther 1880) (Cardoso & Haimovici, ), Epinephelus marginatus (Lowe 1834) (Condini et al ., ), Cynoscion guatucupa (Cuvier 1830) (Vieira & Haimovici, ) and Umbrina canosai Berg 1895 (Haimovici & Reis, ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In contrast, only immature individuals and resting mature females are found along rocky substrate in the littoral zone (Seyboth et al 2011). Although comparative studies suggest that dusky grouper growth rates are higher in neritic habitats (Condini et al 2014b), the relative importance of the different habitats for this endangered species remains unknown. A better understanding of habitat use patterns of marine fish populations is vital to evaluate their dynamics and resilience to harvest, ultimately supporting adequate management and conservation measures (Andrello et al 2014, Davoren et al 2015.…”
Section: Dusky Grouper Epinephelus Marginatusmentioning
confidence: 90%
“…Otoliths of a total of 72 individuals of E. marginatus were extracted for chemical analysis; 28 of these individuals, aged between 2 and 12 yr (mean ± SD: 4.8 ± 2.4 yr), were sampled in the littoral zone (rocky jetties) and 44, aged between 2 and 40 yr (11.9 ± 10.8 yr), were sampled in the neritic zone (Carpinteiro Bank). Age determination using otoliths has already been validated for E. marginatus in this study area (Condini et al 2014b). All procedures for otolith chemical analysis followed Mai et al (2014).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…All samples were subjected to gross examination then dissected, where the sexes were distinguished and separated. The total length of each fish was measured to the nearest 0.1 cm, and the total body weight was determined to the nearest 0.1 g. Samples of scales from each fish were collected and stored in 70% alcohol for later age determination according to the method described by Condini et al (2014) .…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%