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Did a “perfect storm” of oceanic changes and continental anthropogenic impacts cause northern hemisphere anguillid recruitment reductions?

ICES Journal of Marine Science ( Marine Science Michael J. Miller 1 Eric Feunteun 0 Katsumi Tsukamoto 1 0 Museum National D'Histoire Naturelle, Station Marine de Dinard , 38, rue du port Blanc

Low occurrence rates of ubiquitously present leptocephalus larvae in the stomach contents of predatory fish

Leptocephali, the larvae of eels, grow to large sizes and are widely distributed in tropical and subtropical oceans. Their role in oceanic food webs is poorly known because they are rarely reported as food items in fish stomach content studies. Data from 13 years of research on the trophic dynamics of Pacific Ocean predatory fish indicate that among 8746 fish of 76 species/taxa...

Species identification of Anguilla japonica by real-time PCR based on a sequence detection system: a practical application to eggs and larvae

Minegishi, Y., Yoshinaga, T., Aoyama, J., and Tsukamoto, K. 2009. Species identification of Anguilla japonica by real-time PCR based on a sequence detection system: a practical application to eggs and larvae. – ICES Journal of Marine Science, 66: 1915–1918.To develop a practical method for identifying Japanese eel Anguilla japonica eggs and larvae to species by a sequence...