Growth of the Deep-Water Mud Shrimp Solenocera Melantho De Man, 1907 (Decapoda, Penaeoidea, Solenoceridae) in Kagoshima Bay, Southern Japan

Growth of the Deep-Water Mud Shrimp Solenocera Melantho De Man, 1907 (Decapoda, Penaeoidea,... GROWTH OF THE DEEP-WATER MUD SHRIMP SOLENOCERA MELANTHO DE MAN, 1907 (DECAPODA, PENAEOIDEA, SOLENOCERIDAE) IN KAGOSHIMA BAY, SOUTHERN JAPAN BY JUN OHTOMI and SHINYA IRIEDA Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University, Shimoarata 4-50-20, Kagoshima 890, Japan ABSTRACT The deep-water mud shrimp Solenocera melantho is commercially important as the main target species for small-scale trawlers in Kagoshima Bay, southern Japan. A total of 4,837 specimens were collected from the central area of the bay from January 1993 to June 1994. Length frequency analysis was used to examine the growth and longevity of S. melantho. Both males and females were first recruited in winter with modal sizes of around 15 mm carapace length. Growth was best described by the Pauly & Gaschütz growth equation as Lt = 33.09{1 - exp[-0.857(t/12 + 0.525) - (0.538/2 π ) sin(2 π (t/12 - 0.404))]} for males and Lt = 45.76{1- exp[-0.777(t/12 + 0.401) - (0.452/2 π ) sin(2 π (t/12 - 0.583))]} for females, where Lt is carapace length (mm) at age t (months). Females grow faster and reach larger sizes earlier than males of the same age group. Growth rates and the occurrence of soft-shelled individuals in both sexes were highest between winter http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Crustaceana Brill

Growth of the Deep-Water Mud Shrimp Solenocera Melantho De Man, 1907 (Decapoda, Penaeoidea, Solenoceridae) in Kagoshima Bay, Southern Japan

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© 1997 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0011-216x
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1568-5403
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10.1163/156854097X00339
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GROWTH OF THE DEEP-WATER MUD SHRIMP SOLENOCERA MELANTHO DE MAN, 1907 (DECAPODA, PENAEOIDEA, SOLENOCERIDAE) IN KAGOSHIMA BAY, SOUTHERN JAPAN BY JUN OHTOMI and SHINYA IRIEDA Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University, Shimoarata 4-50-20, Kagoshima 890, Japan ABSTRACT The deep-water mud shrimp Solenocera melantho is commercially important as the main target species for small-scale trawlers in Kagoshima Bay, southern Japan. A total of 4,837 specimens were collected from the central area of the bay from January 1993 to June 1994. Length frequency analysis was used to examine the growth and longevity of S. melantho. Both males and females were first recruited in winter with modal sizes of around 15 mm carapace length. Growth was best described by the Pauly & Gaschütz growth equation as Lt = 33.09{1 - exp[-0.857(t/12 + 0.525) - (0.538/2 π ) sin(2 π (t/12 - 0.404))]} for males and Lt = 45.76{1- exp[-0.777(t/12 + 0.401) - (0.452/2 π ) sin(2 π (t/12 - 0.583))]} for females, where Lt is carapace length (mm) at age t (months). Females grow faster and reach larger sizes earlier than males of the same age group. Growth rates and the occurrence of soft-shelled individuals in both sexes were highest between winter

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Published: Jan 1, 1997

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