2008
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-69842008000400018
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Abstract: The pattern of the use of the Sepetiba Bay, a semi-closed 450 km 2 area in southeastern Brazil, by Anchoa tricolor was investigated to assess spawning period, recruitment and to detect spatial-temporal patterns of this major fishery resource. Fishes were sampled by seine nets, from spring, 1998 to winter, 1999 and by beach seine, from spring, 1998 to winter, 2000. Reproductive season, measured in terms of GSI, gonad development and appearance of recruits, indicate that reproduction occurs from August to March,… Show more

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“…In this second growth phase, most of the morphological attributes are attained. Also during this stage, the species moves up to the inner continental shelf (Araújo et al 2008), where it forms large shoals (Rossi-Wongtschowski et al 2014). The third growth phase is related to the first maturation in the anchovy, close to 61-70 mm TL, both quoted in Whitehead et al (1988) and diagnosed from analysis of the current data, still unpublished.…”
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confidence: 51%
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“…In this second growth phase, most of the morphological attributes are attained. Also during this stage, the species moves up to the inner continental shelf (Araújo et al 2008), where it forms large shoals (Rossi-Wongtschowski et al 2014). The third growth phase is related to the first maturation in the anchovy, close to 61-70 mm TL, both quoted in Whitehead et al (1988) and diagnosed from analysis of the current data, still unpublished.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 51%
“…The species inhabits the estuary at this stage (Araújo et al 2008) and still has more rounded otoliths with a small rostrum, which corresponds to fish with low swimming ability Echeverría 2003, Volpedo et al 2008). The circular shape is inherited from the larval phase (Joh et al 2015), which will be progressively reduced.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%
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