The distribution and biology of Stichaeus ochriamkini in the Peter the Great Bay was studied. Based on SCUBA diving observations and trawl catches, it was revealed that S. ochriamkini occurs at depths from 2 to 157 m, mostly on sand bottoms. The fish’s body length (TL) ranged from 20 to 162 mm. The juveniles (TL up to 60 mm) inhabited depths of 2–9 m under water temperatures of 9.6–22.0°C and the adults inhabited depths from 25 to 157 m at water temperatures of 1.1–2.1°C. S. ochriamkini spawned in the Peter the Great Bay, probably in September–October.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 4, 2012
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