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Thank you for visiting nature. You are using a browser version with limited support for CSS. To obtain the best experience, we recommend you use a more up to date browser or turn off compatibility mode in Internet Explorer. In the meantime, to ensure continued support, we are displaying the site without styles and JavaScript. A Nature Research Journal. Understanding life history variation and strategies is crucial for stock assessment and fisheries management due to the direct effects on population dynamics, effective population size, sex-ratios, levels of inbreeding, and relatedness among individuals.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Selectivity experiments were carried out during trawling targeting deep-water shrimps Aristaeomorpha foliacea Risso, and Aristeus antennatus Risso, Crustacea, Decapoda, Aristeidae in the North-Western Ionian Sea Eastern-Central Mediterranean. In particular, CL m was computed for the mature females not considering the presence of spermatophores, for the mature females with spermatophores and for the mature females intersected by the decreasing proportion with size of females without spermatophores.

The mm stretched mesh size European Union legal size in the Mediterranean was not selective for the sampled population of each species. The size at first capture CL c , calculated in both species for the two sexes combined, increased significantly with mesh size.

Since the differences between the size at first maturity and the sizes at first capture are greater in A. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Bianchini L. Stefano Particle Di S. Ragonese ArticleTitle Trawl mesh selectivity and body engagement pattern in red shrimp Aristaeomorpha foliacea Risso, Crustacea, Decapoda Journal of Natural History 32 — Google Scholar. Bianchini, M. Ragonese, Life cycles and fisheries of the deep-water red shrimps Aristaeomorpha foliacea and Aristeus antennatus.

Carbonell M. Demestre A. Grau S. Carlucci M. Panza G. Costantino G. Cau A. Sabatini M. Murenu M. Follesa D. Follesa A. Mannini G. Norrito L. Orsi Relini C. Politou S. Ragonese P. Colloca P. Gentiloni S. Agnesi P. Schintu M. Cardinale A. Belluscio G. Matarrese P. Maiorano M. Maiorano A.

Matarrese A. Mastrototaro P. Tursi P. Carlucci P. Levi M. Vacchi ArticleTitle Macroscopic scale for simple and rapid determination of sexual maturity in Aristaeomorpha foliacea Risso, Decapoda, Penaeidae Journal of Crustacean Biology 8 — Matarrese G.

Mura S. Campisi A. Orsi Relini G. FAO Fishery Reports 99— Relini ArticleTitle An uncommon recruitment of A. Ragonese M. Ragonese, S. Bianchini, L. Di Stefano, S. Bertolino, The selectivity and the assessment of the coefficient of retention of the trawl net used for red shrimp fishing Aristaeomorpha foliacea , Risso, and Aristeus antennatus Risso, Crustacea — Aristeidae in the Sicilian Channel Central Mediterranean Sea.

Zagra L. Stefano Particle Di M. Bianchini ArticleTitle Effect of codend mesh size on the performance of the deep-water bottom trawl used in the red shrimp fishery in the Strait of Sicily Mediterranean Sea Hydrobiologia — Occurrence Handle Relini L. Conan X. Sparre, P. Venema, Introduction to tropical fish stock assessment Part 1.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Selectivity experiments were carried out during trawling targeting deep-water shrimps Aristaeomorpha foliacea Risso, and Aristeus antennatus Risso, Crustacea, Decapoda, Aristeidae in the North-Western Ionian Sea Eastern-Central Mediterranean. In particular, CL m was computed for the mature females not considering the presence of spermatophores, for the mature females with spermatophores and for the mature females intersected by the decreasing proportion with size of females without spermatophores. The mm stretched mesh size European Union legal size in the Mediterranean was not selective for the sampled population of each species.

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The deep-sea blue and red shrimp Aristeus antennatus Risso, ; Decapoda: Dendrobranchiata: Penaeoidea: Aristeidae is one of the most valuable fishing resources in the Mediterranean Sea. As this fishery progresses toward more integrative methods of stock assessment and management, filling the knowledge gap about the early life stages of Aristeus antennatus is a crucial step in the study of its dispersal and population connectivity. In dendrobranchiate shrimps, the first larval stage hatching from the egg is usually a free-living nauplius. This stage has up to six substages depending on the species. It is followed by a variable number of zoeal stages often referred to as protozoea early zoeae, with natatory antennules and antennae and mysis late zoeae, where the natatory function is assured by the pereiopods. The last mysis then metamorphoses into the first decapodid, which after a number of moults will come to settle in the adult habitat Anger,

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