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Year 2019, Volume 34, Issue 3, 96 - 102, 06.09.2019
https://doi.org/10.26650/ASE2019573052

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References

  • Acarlı, D., Kara, A., & Bayhan, B. (2014). Length–weight relations for 29 fish species from Homa Lagoon, Aegean Sea, Turkey. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria, 44(3), 249–257.
  • Aksiray, F. (1987). Türkiye deniz baliklari ve tayin anahtarı [Marine fishes of Turkey and a key to species]. Istanbul, Turkey: İstanbul Üniversitesi Rektörlüğü Yayınları.
  • Alaş, A., Öktener, A., Iscimen, A., & Trilles, J. P. (2008). New host record, Parablennius sanguinolentus (Teleostei, Perciformes, Blenniidae) for Nerocila bivittata (Crustacea, Isopoda, Cymothoidae). Parasitology Research, 102, 645–646.
  • Almada, V. C., Robalo, J. I., Levy, A., Freyhof, J., Bernardi, G., & Doadrio, I. (2009). Phylogenetic analysis of Peri-Mediterranean Blennies of the Genus Salaria: Molecular insights on the colonization of freshwaters. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 52(2), 424–431.
  • Alp, A., & Kara, C. (2007). Distribution pattern and morphological differences between the sexes of River Blenny, Salaria fluviatilis (Asso, 1801), in the Ceyhan River Basin, Turkey. Turkish Journal of Zoology, 31, 113–120.
  • Bagenal, T. B. & Tesch, F. W. (1978). Age and growth. In T. Bagebal (Ed.), Methods for assessment of fish production in fresh waters (pp, 101–136, 3 rd ed.) Oxford, UK: Blackwell Science Publications.
  • Bat, L., Gönlügür Demirci, G., & Öztürk, M. (2006). Occurrence of apletodon dentatusbacescui (Murgoci, 1940) (Gobiesocidae) and Coryphoblennius galerita (Linnaeus, 1758) (Blenniidae) at the Central Black Sea Coast of Turkey. Journal of Black Sea/Mediterranean Environment, 12, 59–65.
  • Bilecenoğlu, M., Kaya, M., Cihangir, B., & Çiçek, E. (2014). An updated checklist of the marine fishes of Turkey. Turkish Journal of Zoology, 38(6), 901–929.
  • Bilge, G., Yapıcı, S., Filiz, H., & Cerim, H. (2014). Weight–length relations for 103 fish species from the Southern Aegean Sea, Turkey. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria, 44(3), 263–269.
  • Bok, T. D., Gokturk, D., Kahraman, A. E., Alıclı, T. Z., Acun, T., & Ateş, C. (2011). Length-weight relationships of 34 fish species from the Sea of Marmara, Turkey. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 10, 3037–3042.
  • Bostancı, D., Darçın, M., & Helli, S. (2016). A Study on the investigation of fish fauna of Yalıköy Stream (Ordu). Ordu University Journal of Science and Technology, 6(2), 146–157.
  • Bruno, D. O., Barbini, S. A., Diaz De Astarloa, J. M., & Martos, P. (2013). Fish abundance and distribution patterns related to environmental factors in a choked temperate coastal lagoon (Argentina). Brazilian Journal of Oceanography, 61(1), 43–53.
  • Crivelli, A. J. (2006). Salaria fluviatilis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2006: e.T60764A12407160. Retrieved from https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/60764/12407160
  • Çiçek, E., Avsar, D., Yeldan, H., & Özutok, M. (2006). Length–weight relationships for 31 teleost fishes caught by bottom trawl net in the Babadillimani Bight (northeastern Mediterranean). Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 22, 290–292. [CrossRef]
  • Çoker, T. (1996). İzmir Körfezi’nde Blenniidae familyası üyelerinin bolluğu, dağılımı ve morfolojik özellikleri üzerine bir araştırma [A study on the abundance, distribution and morphological characteristics of the members of the Blenniidae family in Izmir Bay]. (Master’s thesis, Dokuz Eylül University, Izmır, Turkey).
  • Demirsoy, A. (2002). Genel zoocoğrafya ve Türkiye zoocoğrafyası, “Hayvan Coğrafyası” 5. Baskı, Meteksan A.Ş. Ankara, 2002.1007 Sayfa
  • Di Natale, A., Bilecenoglu, M., Bariche, M., Bizsel, C., Massuti, E., Williams, J., & Craig, M. (2014a). Salaria pavo. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2014: e.T185175A1776635. Retrieved from https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/185175/1776635
  • Di Natale, A., Bilecenoglu, M., Bariche, M., Bizsel, C., Massuti, E., Williams, J., & Craig, M. (2014b). Parablennius sanguinolentus. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2014: e.T185193A1779730. Retrieved from https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/185193/1779730
  • Erazi, R. A. R. (1941). Les blennidés du Bosphore et de la Mer de Marmara. Revue de la Faculte des Sciences de L’universite D’Istanbul, 6, 118–127.
  • Ergüden, S. A. (2016). Length-weight relationships for six freshwater fish species from the Seyhan Reservoir (South-Eastern Anatolia, Turkey). Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 32, 141–143.
  • Ferrito, V., & Tigano, C. (1996). Decline of Aphanius fasciatus (Cyprinodontidae) and Salaria fluviatilis (Blenniidae) populations in freshwaters of eastern Sicily, Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters, 7(2), 181–184.
  • Francis, M. P. (2013). Temporal and spatial patterns of habitat use by juveniles of a small coastal shark (Mustelus lenticulatus) in an estuarine nursery. PLoS ONE, 8(2), e57021.
  • Froese, R. (2006). Cube law, condition factor and weight–length relationships: History, meta-analysis and recommendations. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 22, 241–253.
  • Geldiay, R., & Balık, S. (1996). Türkiye tatlısu balıkları (2.bs.) [Freshwater fish Turkey ]. Izmir, Turkey: Ege Üniversitesi Su Ürünleri Fakültesi Yayınları.
  • Golani, D., Öztürk, B., & Başusta, N. (2006). Fishes of the Eastern Mediterranean. Istanbul, Turkey: Turkish Marine Research Foundation.
  • İlhan, A., Ustaoğlu, M. R., & Berberoğlu, S. (2013). The length-weight relationship of freshwater Blenny, Salaria fluviatilis (Asso, 1801) in 7 drainage basin of Turkey. Ege Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 30(1), 41–43.
  • İlkyaz, A. T., Metin, G., Soykan, O., & Kınacıgil H. T. (2008). Length-weight relationship of 62 fish species from the Central Aegean Sea, Turkey. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 24, 699–702.
  • İnnal, D., & Erk’akan, F. (2006). Effects of exotic and translocated fish species in the inland waters of Turkey. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 16, 39–50.
  • İşmen, A., Özen, Ö., Altınağaç, U., Özekinci, U., & Ayaz, A. (2007). Weightlength relationships of 63 fish species in Saros Bay, Turkey. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 23, 707–708.
  • Kara, A., Sağlam, C., Acarlı, D., & Cengiz, Ö. (2017). Length-weight relationships for 48 fish species of the Gediz Estuary, in İzmir Bay (Central Aegean Sea, Turkey). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 98(4), 1–6.
  • Keskin, Ç., & Gaygusuz, Ö. (2010). Length-weight relationships of fishes in Shallow Waters of Erdek Bay (Sea of Marmara, Turkey). IUFS Journal of Biology, 69(1), 25–32.
  • Laportea, M., Bertolo, A., Berrebi, P., & Magnan, P. (2014). Detecting anthropogenic effects on a vulnerable species, the freshwater blenny (Salaria fluviatilis): The importance of considering key ecological variables. Ecological Indicators, 36, 386–391.
  • Liousia, V., Batziakas, S., Panagiotou, N., Daouti, I., Koutrakis, E., & Leonardos, I. D. (2012). Length-weight relations of 22 fish species from the Littoral Zone of the Eastern Ionian Sea, Greece. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria, 42(1), 69–72.
  • Martinho, F., Leitao, R., Neto, J. M., Cabral, H. N., Marques, J. C., & Pardal M. A. (2007). The use of nursery areas by juvenile fish in a temperate estuary, Portugal. Hydrobiologia, 587, 281–290.
  • Nelson, J. S., Grande, T. C., & Wilson M. V. (2016). Fishes of the world. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons.
  • Özen, O., Ayyıldız, H., Öztekin, A., & Altın, A. (2009). Length–weight relationships of 17 less-studied fish species from Çanakkale, Marmara Region of Turkey. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 25, 238–239.
  • Özaydın, O., Uçkun, D., Akalın, S., Leblebici, S., & Tosunoğlu, Z. (2007). Length-weight relationships of fishes captured from Izmir Bay, Central Aegean Sea. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 23, 695–696.
  • Özer, A., Özkan, H., Gürkanlı, C. T., Yurakhno, V., & Çiftçi, Y. (2016). Morphology, histology and phylogeny of Henneguya sinova sp. nov. (Myxobolidae: Myxozoa) infecting gills of Parablennius tentacularis in the Black Sea, Turkey. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 118, 207–215.
  • Özgür-Özbek, E., Özkaya, M., Öztürk, B., & Golani, D. (2014). First record of the Blenny Parablennius thysanius (Jordan and Seale, 1907) in the Mediterranean. Journal of Black Sea/Mediterranean Environment, 20(1), 53–59.
  • Patzner, R. A., Gonçalves, E. J., & Hastings, P. A. (2009). The biology of blennies. Enfield, NH:Science Publishers. [CrossRef]
  • Sangun, L., Akamca, E., & Akar, M. (2007). Weight-length relationships for 39 fish species from the North-Eastern Mediterranean Coast of Turkey. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 7, 37–40.
  • Steinitz, H. (1950). Contribution to the knowledge of the Blenniidae of the eastern Mediterranean. III. Revue de la Faculté des Sciences de l’Université d’Istanbul, 15(1), 60–87.
  • Taşkavak, E., Bilecenoglu, M., Basusta, N., & Mater, S. (2000). Occurrence of Pteragogous pelycus Randall, 1981 (Teleostei: Labridae) and Petroscirtes ancylodon RÜPPEL, 1838 (Teleostei: Blenniidae) at the Eastern Mediterranean Coast of Turkey, Acta Adriatica, 41(2), 53–58.
  • Vinyoles, D., De Sostoa, A., Casals, F. & Bianco, P.G. (1991). The populations of Blennius fluviatilis and its geographical distribution. Bull. Zool. Mus. Univ. Amsterdam, Special Issue (7th Intern. Ichthyol. Congress, Den Haag), 91.
  • Vinyoles, D., Cote, I. M., & De Sostoa, A. (2002). Nest orientation patterns in Salaria fluviatilis. Journal of Fish Biology, 61, 405–416.
  • Vinyoles, D., & De Sostoa, A. (2007) Life-history traits of the endanger ed river blennySalaria fluviatilis (Asso) and their implicationsfor conservation. Journal of Fish Biology, 70, 1088–1108.
  • Yılmaz, F., Barlas, M., Yorulmaz, B., & Özdemir, N. (2006). A taxonomical study on the inland water fishes of Muğla. Ege Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 23, 27–30.
  • Zander, C. D. (1972). Evolution of blennioidei in The Mediterranean Sea. Revue des travaux de l’Institut des pêches maritimes, 37(2), 215–221.

Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey

Year 2019, Volume 34, Issue 3, 96 - 102, 06.09.2019
https://doi.org/10.26650/ASE2019573052

Abstract

This study aims to determine the species composition and range of Mediterranean Blennies (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) occurring in river estuaries and lagoon systems of the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, and to characterise the length–weight relationship of the specimens. A total of 15 sites were surveyed from November 2014 to June 2017. A total of 210 individuals representing 3 fish species (Rusty blenny-Parablennius sanguinolentus, Freshwater blenny-Salaria fluviatilis and Peacock blenny-Salaria pavo) were sampled from five (Beşgöz Creek Estuary, Manavgat River Estuary, Karpuzçay Creek Estuary, Köyceğiz Lagoon Lake and Beymelek Lagoon Lake) of the localities investigated. The high juvenile densities of S. fluviatilis in Karpuzçay Creek Estuary and P. sanguinolentus in Beşgöz Creek Estuary were observed. Various threat factors were observed in five different native habitats of Blenny species. The threats on the habitat and the population of the species include the introduction of exotic species, water pollution, and more importantly, the destruction of habitats. Five non-indigenous species (Prussian carp-Carassius gibelio, Eastern mosquitofish-Gambusia holbrooki, Redbelly tilapia-Coptodon zillii, Stone moroko-Pseudorasbora parva and Rainbow trout-Oncorhynchus mykiss) were observed in the sampling sites. In addition to these freshwater species, several lessepsian species (Keeled mullet-Liza carinata, Por's goatfish-Upeneus pori, Goldband goatfish-Upeneus moluccensis, Marbled spinefoot-Siganus rivulatus, Sillago suezensis and Yellowstripe barracuda-Sphyraena chrysotaenia) were observed in the sampling areas.

References

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  • Aksiray, F. (1987). Türkiye deniz baliklari ve tayin anahtarı [Marine fishes of Turkey and a key to species]. Istanbul, Turkey: İstanbul Üniversitesi Rektörlüğü Yayınları.
  • Alaş, A., Öktener, A., Iscimen, A., & Trilles, J. P. (2008). New host record, Parablennius sanguinolentus (Teleostei, Perciformes, Blenniidae) for Nerocila bivittata (Crustacea, Isopoda, Cymothoidae). Parasitology Research, 102, 645–646.
  • Almada, V. C., Robalo, J. I., Levy, A., Freyhof, J., Bernardi, G., & Doadrio, I. (2009). Phylogenetic analysis of Peri-Mediterranean Blennies of the Genus Salaria: Molecular insights on the colonization of freshwaters. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 52(2), 424–431.
  • Alp, A., & Kara, C. (2007). Distribution pattern and morphological differences between the sexes of River Blenny, Salaria fluviatilis (Asso, 1801), in the Ceyhan River Basin, Turkey. Turkish Journal of Zoology, 31, 113–120.
  • Bagenal, T. B. & Tesch, F. W. (1978). Age and growth. In T. Bagebal (Ed.), Methods for assessment of fish production in fresh waters (pp, 101–136, 3 rd ed.) Oxford, UK: Blackwell Science Publications.
  • Bat, L., Gönlügür Demirci, G., & Öztürk, M. (2006). Occurrence of apletodon dentatusbacescui (Murgoci, 1940) (Gobiesocidae) and Coryphoblennius galerita (Linnaeus, 1758) (Blenniidae) at the Central Black Sea Coast of Turkey. Journal of Black Sea/Mediterranean Environment, 12, 59–65.
  • Bilecenoğlu, M., Kaya, M., Cihangir, B., & Çiçek, E. (2014). An updated checklist of the marine fishes of Turkey. Turkish Journal of Zoology, 38(6), 901–929.
  • Bilge, G., Yapıcı, S., Filiz, H., & Cerim, H. (2014). Weight–length relations for 103 fish species from the Southern Aegean Sea, Turkey. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria, 44(3), 263–269.
  • Bok, T. D., Gokturk, D., Kahraman, A. E., Alıclı, T. Z., Acun, T., & Ateş, C. (2011). Length-weight relationships of 34 fish species from the Sea of Marmara, Turkey. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 10, 3037–3042.
  • Bostancı, D., Darçın, M., & Helli, S. (2016). A Study on the investigation of fish fauna of Yalıköy Stream (Ordu). Ordu University Journal of Science and Technology, 6(2), 146–157.
  • Bruno, D. O., Barbini, S. A., Diaz De Astarloa, J. M., & Martos, P. (2013). Fish abundance and distribution patterns related to environmental factors in a choked temperate coastal lagoon (Argentina). Brazilian Journal of Oceanography, 61(1), 43–53.
  • Crivelli, A. J. (2006). Salaria fluviatilis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2006: e.T60764A12407160. Retrieved from https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/60764/12407160
  • Çiçek, E., Avsar, D., Yeldan, H., & Özutok, M. (2006). Length–weight relationships for 31 teleost fishes caught by bottom trawl net in the Babadillimani Bight (northeastern Mediterranean). Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 22, 290–292. [CrossRef]
  • Çoker, T. (1996). İzmir Körfezi’nde Blenniidae familyası üyelerinin bolluğu, dağılımı ve morfolojik özellikleri üzerine bir araştırma [A study on the abundance, distribution and morphological characteristics of the members of the Blenniidae family in Izmir Bay]. (Master’s thesis, Dokuz Eylül University, Izmır, Turkey).
  • Demirsoy, A. (2002). Genel zoocoğrafya ve Türkiye zoocoğrafyası, “Hayvan Coğrafyası” 5. Baskı, Meteksan A.Ş. Ankara, 2002.1007 Sayfa
  • Di Natale, A., Bilecenoglu, M., Bariche, M., Bizsel, C., Massuti, E., Williams, J., & Craig, M. (2014a). Salaria pavo. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2014: e.T185175A1776635. Retrieved from https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/185175/1776635
  • Di Natale, A., Bilecenoglu, M., Bariche, M., Bizsel, C., Massuti, E., Williams, J., & Craig, M. (2014b). Parablennius sanguinolentus. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2014: e.T185193A1779730. Retrieved from https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/185193/1779730
  • Erazi, R. A. R. (1941). Les blennidés du Bosphore et de la Mer de Marmara. Revue de la Faculte des Sciences de L’universite D’Istanbul, 6, 118–127.
  • Ergüden, S. A. (2016). Length-weight relationships for six freshwater fish species from the Seyhan Reservoir (South-Eastern Anatolia, Turkey). Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 32, 141–143.
  • Ferrito, V., & Tigano, C. (1996). Decline of Aphanius fasciatus (Cyprinodontidae) and Salaria fluviatilis (Blenniidae) populations in freshwaters of eastern Sicily, Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters, 7(2), 181–184.
  • Francis, M. P. (2013). Temporal and spatial patterns of habitat use by juveniles of a small coastal shark (Mustelus lenticulatus) in an estuarine nursery. PLoS ONE, 8(2), e57021.
  • Froese, R. (2006). Cube law, condition factor and weight–length relationships: History, meta-analysis and recommendations. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 22, 241–253.
  • Geldiay, R., & Balık, S. (1996). Türkiye tatlısu balıkları (2.bs.) [Freshwater fish Turkey ]. Izmir, Turkey: Ege Üniversitesi Su Ürünleri Fakültesi Yayınları.
  • Golani, D., Öztürk, B., & Başusta, N. (2006). Fishes of the Eastern Mediterranean. Istanbul, Turkey: Turkish Marine Research Foundation.
  • İlhan, A., Ustaoğlu, M. R., & Berberoğlu, S. (2013). The length-weight relationship of freshwater Blenny, Salaria fluviatilis (Asso, 1801) in 7 drainage basin of Turkey. Ege Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 30(1), 41–43.
  • İlkyaz, A. T., Metin, G., Soykan, O., & Kınacıgil H. T. (2008). Length-weight relationship of 62 fish species from the Central Aegean Sea, Turkey. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 24, 699–702.
  • İnnal, D., & Erk’akan, F. (2006). Effects of exotic and translocated fish species in the inland waters of Turkey. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 16, 39–50.
  • İşmen, A., Özen, Ö., Altınağaç, U., Özekinci, U., & Ayaz, A. (2007). Weightlength relationships of 63 fish species in Saros Bay, Turkey. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 23, 707–708.
  • Kara, A., Sağlam, C., Acarlı, D., & Cengiz, Ö. (2017). Length-weight relationships for 48 fish species of the Gediz Estuary, in İzmir Bay (Central Aegean Sea, Turkey). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 98(4), 1–6.
  • Keskin, Ç., & Gaygusuz, Ö. (2010). Length-weight relationships of fishes in Shallow Waters of Erdek Bay (Sea of Marmara, Turkey). IUFS Journal of Biology, 69(1), 25–32.
  • Laportea, M., Bertolo, A., Berrebi, P., & Magnan, P. (2014). Detecting anthropogenic effects on a vulnerable species, the freshwater blenny (Salaria fluviatilis): The importance of considering key ecological variables. Ecological Indicators, 36, 386–391.
  • Liousia, V., Batziakas, S., Panagiotou, N., Daouti, I., Koutrakis, E., & Leonardos, I. D. (2012). Length-weight relations of 22 fish species from the Littoral Zone of the Eastern Ionian Sea, Greece. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria, 42(1), 69–72.
  • Martinho, F., Leitao, R., Neto, J. M., Cabral, H. N., Marques, J. C., & Pardal M. A. (2007). The use of nursery areas by juvenile fish in a temperate estuary, Portugal. Hydrobiologia, 587, 281–290.
  • Nelson, J. S., Grande, T. C., & Wilson M. V. (2016). Fishes of the world. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons.
  • Özen, O., Ayyıldız, H., Öztekin, A., & Altın, A. (2009). Length–weight relationships of 17 less-studied fish species from Çanakkale, Marmara Region of Turkey. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 25, 238–239.
  • Özaydın, O., Uçkun, D., Akalın, S., Leblebici, S., & Tosunoğlu, Z. (2007). Length-weight relationships of fishes captured from Izmir Bay, Central Aegean Sea. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 23, 695–696.
  • Özer, A., Özkan, H., Gürkanlı, C. T., Yurakhno, V., & Çiftçi, Y. (2016). Morphology, histology and phylogeny of Henneguya sinova sp. nov. (Myxobolidae: Myxozoa) infecting gills of Parablennius tentacularis in the Black Sea, Turkey. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 118, 207–215.
  • Özgür-Özbek, E., Özkaya, M., Öztürk, B., & Golani, D. (2014). First record of the Blenny Parablennius thysanius (Jordan and Seale, 1907) in the Mediterranean. Journal of Black Sea/Mediterranean Environment, 20(1), 53–59.
  • Patzner, R. A., Gonçalves, E. J., & Hastings, P. A. (2009). The biology of blennies. Enfield, NH:Science Publishers. [CrossRef]
  • Sangun, L., Akamca, E., & Akar, M. (2007). Weight-length relationships for 39 fish species from the North-Eastern Mediterranean Coast of Turkey. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 7, 37–40.
  • Steinitz, H. (1950). Contribution to the knowledge of the Blenniidae of the eastern Mediterranean. III. Revue de la Faculté des Sciences de l’Université d’Istanbul, 15(1), 60–87.
  • Taşkavak, E., Bilecenoglu, M., Basusta, N., & Mater, S. (2000). Occurrence of Pteragogous pelycus Randall, 1981 (Teleostei: Labridae) and Petroscirtes ancylodon RÜPPEL, 1838 (Teleostei: Blenniidae) at the Eastern Mediterranean Coast of Turkey, Acta Adriatica, 41(2), 53–58.
  • Vinyoles, D., De Sostoa, A., Casals, F. & Bianco, P.G. (1991). The populations of Blennius fluviatilis and its geographical distribution. Bull. Zool. Mus. Univ. Amsterdam, Special Issue (7th Intern. Ichthyol. Congress, Den Haag), 91.
  • Vinyoles, D., Cote, I. M., & De Sostoa, A. (2002). Nest orientation patterns in Salaria fluviatilis. Journal of Fish Biology, 61, 405–416.
  • Vinyoles, D., & De Sostoa, A. (2007) Life-history traits of the endanger ed river blennySalaria fluviatilis (Asso) and their implicationsfor conservation. Journal of Fish Biology, 70, 1088–1108.
  • Yılmaz, F., Barlas, M., Yorulmaz, B., & Özdemir, N. (2006). A taxonomical study on the inland water fishes of Muğla. Ege Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 23, 27–30.
  • Zander, C. D. (1972). Evolution of blennioidei in The Mediterranean Sea. Revue des travaux de l’Institut des pêches maritimes, 37(2), 215–221.

Details

Primary Language English
Subjects Science
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Deniz İnnal> (Primary Author)
MEHMET AKIF ERSOY UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-1686-0959
Türkiye

Supporting Institution Tübitak
Project Number KBAG, 114 Z 259.
Thanks The author appreciate Prof. Dr. Robert A. Patzner for his contribution to identify juvenile of Parablennius sanguinolentus.
Publication Date September 6, 2019
Application Date May 31, 2019
Acceptance Date August 7, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019, Volume 34, Issue 3

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Bibtex @research article { ase573052, journal = {Aquatic Sciences and Engineering}, issn = {2602-473X}, eissn = {2602-473X}, address = {}, publisher = {Istanbul University}, year = {2019}, volume = {34}, number = {3}, pages = {96 - 102}, doi = {10.26650/ASE2019573052}, title = {Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey}, key = {cite}, author = {İnnal, Deniz} }
APA İnnal, D. (2019). Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey . Aquatic Sciences and Engineering , 34 (3) , 96-102 . DOI: 10.26650/ASE2019573052
MLA İnnal, D. "Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey" . Aquatic Sciences and Engineering 34 (2019 ): 96-102 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ase/issue/48545/573052>
Chicago İnnal, D. "Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey". Aquatic Sciences and Engineering 34 (2019 ): 96-102
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EndNote %0 Aquatic Sciences and Engineering Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey %A Deniz İnnal %T Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey %D 2019 %J Aquatic Sciences and Engineering %P 2602-473X-2602-473X %V 34 %N 3 %R doi: 10.26650/ASE2019573052 %U 10.26650/ASE2019573052
ISNAD İnnal, Deniz . "Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey". Aquatic Sciences and Engineering 34 / 3 (September 2019): 96-102 . https://doi.org/10.26650/ASE2019573052
AMA İnnal D. Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey. Aqua Sci Eng. 2019; 34(3): 96-102.
Vancouver İnnal D. Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey. Aquatic Sciences and Engineering. 2019; 34(3): 96-102.
IEEE D. İnnal , "Diversity and Length-Weight relationships of Blenniid Species (Actinopterygii, Blenniidae) from Mediterranean Brackish Waters in Turkey", Aquatic Sciences and Engineering, vol. 34, no. 3, pp. 96-102, Sep. 2019, doi:10.26650/ASE2019573052

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