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The occurrence of royal flagfin aulopus filamentosus (Bloch, 1792) in mersin bay (north-eastern Mediterranean) Turkey
(University of Zagreb, 2018)
Three specimens (1 male and 2 females) of royal flagfin Aulopus filamentosus (Bloch, 1792) were caught at a depth of 184 m off Erdemli, Mersin Bay (northeastern Mediterranean, Turkey) in June 2015. The present paper reports ...
Deep sea fisheries in Mersin Bay, Turkey, Eastern mediterranean: Diversity and abundance of shrimps and benthic fish fauna
(Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2018)
This study was carried out by trawling at depths between 300-601 m in the Mersin Bay (Eastern Mediterranean) between May and June 2014. Seven shrimp species (Aristaeomorpha foliacea, Aristeus antennatus, Parapenaeus ...
First record of Epigonus denticulatus Dieuzeide, 1950, (Osteichthyes: Epigonidae), from Mersin Bay, Turkey
(Station Biologique de Roscoff, 2017)
Two specimens of Epigonus denticulatus Dieuzeide, 1950, belonging to the family Epigonidae, were captured during bottom trawling at depths between 446 and 522 m off Mersin coast of Turkey on 17 May 2014. The presence of ...
New mediterranean biodiversity records (October 2015)
(Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, 2015)
The Collective Article "New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records" of the Mediterranean Marine Science journal offers the means to publish biodiversity records in the Mediterranean Sea. The current article has adopted a ...
First Substantiated Record of Molva macrophthalma (Rafinesque, 1810) in Southern Aegean Sea, Turkey
(Springer International Publishing, 2019)
A single female specimen of the Spanish ling, Molva macrophthalma (Rafinesque, 1810) (35.3cm in total length and 96.2g in weight) was caught by a commercial trammel net at a depth of 393m on 19 March 2017 from Sgack Bay ...
Length-Weight Relationships for Three Deep Sea Fish Species in North Eastern Mediterranean, Turkey
(Aquatic Sciences and Engineering, 2020)
In the present study, length-weight relationships (LWRs) were estimated for three deep sea fish species, namely, Nettastoma melanura Rafinesque, 1810; Lampanyctus crocodilus (Risso, 1810); and Chauliodus sloani Bloch & ...