Biogeographic variation in demographic rates of the yellow-eyed mullet, Aldrichetta forsteri (Mugilidae) across New Zealand. Thesis
- Curtis,T. D.
- Journal / Source
- MSc In Marine Biology, Victoria University of Wellington.
- 97 pp
- Aldrichetta forsteri, distribution, fish, fishing, yellow-eyed mullet, estuaries, harbours, growth, mortality, abundance, biogeography, Pauatahanui Inlet, Porirua Harbour, estuarine
- Patterns of distribution, abundance, and life history characteristics of the species Aidrichetta forsteri (Yellow-eyed mullet) are researched from 13 estuaries/harbours in New Zealand. Includes: biogeography, spatial patterns of abundance and relationship to abiotic (e.g. environmental), and biotic (e.g. density-dependent interactions, dispersal) factors, sex-ratios, and size structure, growth and mortality.
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