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The Argentine anchoita (Engraulis anchoita), rough scad (Trachurus lathami), Atlantic cutlassfish (Trichiurus lepturus), and Brazilian sardinella (Sardinella brasiliensis) were the dominant species by biomass.
The Argentine anchoita (Engraulis anchoita [Engraulidae]), rough scad (Trachurus lathami [Carangidae]), Atlantic cutlassfish (Trichiurus lepturus), Brazilian sardinella, and flying gurnard (Dactylopterus volitans) were the most abundant species (70% of the total biomass sampled).
Large schools of Argentine anchoita and rough scad dominated the biomass of the aggregations and were moderately common during the ECOSAR cruises ([FO.
The main species responsible for the difference in assemblage structure between the SACW and the combination of CW and M (CW+M)--the species that cumulatively accounted for ~75% of the difference--were the Argentine anchoita, Atlantic cutlassfish, rough scad, piquitinga anchovy, and white snake mackerel (Thyrsitops lepidopoides), all of which were most abundant in SACW, and the Brazilian sardinella, flying gurnard, false pilchard (Harengula clupeola), American coastal pellona, and Atlantic thread herring (Ophistonema oglinum), all of which were most abundant in CW+M (Table 6).
In our study, the biomass of the aggregations was dominated by Argentine anchoita, followed by rough scad, Atlantic chub mackerel, American coastal pellona, Brazilian sardinella, flying gurnard, and Atlantic cutlassfish, all of which may play a key role in the pelagic ecosystem of the SBB.
Catches by industrial purse-seine fleets or during previous scientific surveys indicate that large schools of rough scad and Atlantic chub mackerel are common from the SBB to northern Argentina (Mello et al.
Aggregations at depths of approximately 100 m were composed mainly of Argentine anchoita (89% of the total catch), followed by American coastal pellona (7%), Atlantic cutlassfish (7%), white snake mackerel (7%), and rough scad (1%).
Our results reveal that there were 2 groupings of species that showed high occurrence and attained the highest biomass in specific water masses in the SBB in the spring-summer season: 1) the grouping that was strongly related to SACW and was composed mostly of Argentine anchoita, Atlantic cutlassfish, rough scad, piquitinga anchovy, white snake mackerel, and Atlantic chub mackerel and 2) the grouping that was formed mostly by Brazilian sardinella, flying gurnard, false pilchard, American coastal pellona, Atlantic thread herring, castin leatherjacket, and Atlantic bumper (Chloroscombrus chrysurus) and was strongly associated with CW and areas of mixing between CW and SACW.
8% was rough scad, Trachurus lathami, which was also the top ranked by number and weight for all groups collectively; followed by gulf butterfish, Peprilus burti, 13.
Distribution of the top-ranked by weight rough scad (for the finfish group) and longfin squid (for the non-invertebrate crustacean group), was relatively uniform across the survey area in bottom depths 100-500 m; distribution of the top-ranked by weight brown shrimp (for the crustacean group) was primarily west of long.
4 rough scad Peprilus burti, gulf 9,499 135,268 34.