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Field and laboratory experiments were conducted with the purpose of partitioning jack mackerel Trachurus symrnehicus larval mortality into portions due to starvation and to predation. Field collections were made to determine larval condition, growth, net retention and production; laboratory experiments were conducted to determine growth and body shrinkage due to preservation treatment. Age-specific starvation and total mortality rates were estimated and predation was inferred as the differencedoi:10.3354/meps026001 fatcat:cgumbvxlpfe4lezt2hdxaowe5m