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Chervinski, J., Agricultural Research Organization, Fish and Aqua-Culture, Research Station, Dor, Israel
Zorn, M., Agricultural Research Organization, Fish and Aqua-Culture, Research Station, Dor, Israel
Juvenile kachlan (Trachinotus ovatus, Linnaeus) were collected with beach seines from the Mediterranean coast of Israel. Length frequency distributions of 1 539 fish were used to indicate the arrival of juveniles. The estimated time of arrival is July-August. Stomach contents of 153 juveniles were determined. The fish ranged from 19 to 90 mm in total length. Percent frequency occurrence of diet contents was determined. Juvenile kachlan ate polychaetes, cladocera, copepods, isopods, amphipods, insects and small fish. © 1977.
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Note on occurrence and the food of juvenile kachlan (Trachinotus ovatus, Linnaeus) (Pisces, Carangidae) from the Mediterranean
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Chervinski, J., Agricultural Research Organization, Fish and Aqua-Culture, Research Station, Dor, Israel
Zorn, M., Agricultural Research Organization, Fish and Aqua-Culture, Research Station, Dor, Israel
Note on occurrence and the food of juvenile kachlan (Trachinotus ovatus, Linnaeus) (Pisces, Carangidae) from the Mediterranean
Juvenile kachlan (Trachinotus ovatus, Linnaeus) were collected with beach seines from the Mediterranean coast of Israel. Length frequency distributions of 1 539 fish were used to indicate the arrival of juveniles. The estimated time of arrival is July-August. Stomach contents of 153 juveniles were determined. The fish ranged from 19 to 90 mm in total length. Percent frequency occurrence of diet contents was determined. Juvenile kachlan ate polychaetes, cladocera, copepods, isopods, amphipods, insects and small fish. © 1977.
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