|15 mai 2012|
16ème séminaire 2011-2012
National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium, Pingtung 944, Taiwan, ROC
Institute of Marine Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology, National Dong Hwa University, Pingtung 944, Taiwan, ROC
"Phenotypic plasticity of life history pattern of mugilid fishes as indicated by otolith microchemistry."
grey mullets (Mugilidae) are the so-called
estuarine-dependent fishes because they require an
in their life cycle. By examining microstructure and
in otoliths, recent works on life history patterns of
the fish were
Diversity of the migratory environmental
history of freshwater resident and origin of an occasion
mortality of Mugil cephalus in a Taiwanese river
determined by the Sr/Ca and Ba/Ca ratios in otoliths.
3) Examinations of estuarine use and movement patterns of seven sympatric mugilid fishes in a Taiwanese river estuary, and migratory environmental history of two mugilid fishes in Mexican coastal waters revealed both intra-specific and inter-specific variations. Ongoing otolith-based works on mullet life history patterns will be also addressed.