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Short communication: A study of food consumption of the deepwater goby, Ponticola bathybius (Kessler, 1877), during spring migration in the southern Caspian Sea (�)
Tajbakhsh, F.; Abdoli, A.A.; Rajabi Maham, H.; Hashemzadeh Segherloo, I.; Kiabi, B.
Clupeonella sp. could be effective in the abundance of gobies. Gobies fishes are known as the great
Reproductive biology of blue swimming crab, Portunus segnis (Forskal, 1775) in coastal waters of Persian Gulf and Oman Sea, Iran (�)
Safaie, M.; Pazooki, J.; Kiabi, B.; Shokri, M.R.
A reproductive biology study of blue swimming crab, Portunus segnis (Forskal, 1775) in the northern ...
Metal concentrations in razor clam Solen dactylus (Von Cosel, 1989) (Bivalvia: Solenidae), sediments and water in Golshahr coast of Bandar Abbas, Persian Gulf (�)
Saeedi, H.; Ashja Ardalan, A.; Hassanzadeh Kiabi, B.; Zibaseresht, R.
, As, Cd, Cr, Mg and Ba) were measured in clam Solen dactylus, sediments and water collected at two ... ripeness stages. Our investigation indicated that the clam S. dactylus could be a useful bioindicator
Short communication: Population structure of green tiger prawn, Penaeus semisulcatus (De Haan) in Bushehr waters, Persian Gulf (�)
Niamaimandi, N.; Arshad, A.; Siti Khalijah, Daud; Ross Cheroos, Saed; Kiabi, B.
Information on the population genetics of shrimp species in the Persian Gulf is scarce. There are fe ...
Reproductive biology of Indian squid, Uroteuthis duvauceli (Orbigny, 1835), in the northern Gulf of Oman (�)
Samiee, K.; Valinassab, T.; Vossoughi, G.; Kiabi, B.; Fatemi, M.
(M:F=1:2). This species was found to be more abundant in summer. The minimum and maximum ovary ...) and the lowest was in July (8.63). This squid is, therefore, assumed to be a spring spawner. Minimum
Growth parameters and maximum age of prawn, Penaeus semisulcatus (De Haan) in Bushehr waters, Persian Gulf (�)
Niamaimandi, N.; Arshad, A.B.; Daud, S.K.; Saed, R.C.; Kiabi, B.
found to be rapid during summer and autumn and negligible during winter and spring.