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Vertical distribution of eggs and larvae of Maurolicus japonicus (Sternoptychidae, Pisces) in Tosa Bay, Japan
Plankton and Benthos Research
The vertical distribution of eggs and larvae of Maurolicus japonicus were described based on discrete depth oblique tows of a larva net seasonally collected during both day-and nighttimes at a 130 m-depth station near the continental shelf of Tosa Bay. The abundance and diel differences in the vertical distribution of eggs and larvae in relation to physical properties of the water column were also examined. Both eggs and larvae occurred only in spring and neither occurred in other seasons. Indoi:10.3800/pbr.14.80 fatcat:3pubtjpgkjabph2myke3bbtwzi