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Metal levels (Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Pb and Zn) in the gill, digestive gland, arm and mantle of female and male short-finned squid (Illex coindetii) in Iskenderun Bay were investigated.
The short-finned squid, Illex coindetii (Verany, 1839) (Cephalopoda: Ommastrephidae) is an Atlanto-Mediterranean species inhabiting various soft substratum, mostly muddy bottoms with a broad vertical distribution from shallow waters up to 1000 m depth (Sanchez et al.
Age, growth, stock structure and migratory rate of pre-spawning short-finned squid Illex argentinus based on statolith ageing investigations.
The spatial and temporal distribution patterns of the argentine short-finned squid, Illex argentinus, abundances in the Southwest Atlantic and the effects of environmental influences.
Growth model identification of short-finned squid Illex argentinus (Cephalopoda: Ommastrephidae) off southern Brazil using statoliths.
KEY WORDS: statoliths, maturity, reproductive cycle, growth, population dynamics, short-finned squid, Illex argentinus, stock
Two recent articles included aging as a tool to study the ecology of the Argentine short-finned squid in Brazil: Schwarz and Perez (2010) used statoliths readings to study their growth and maturation, and Schroeder and Perez (2010) used recent daily increments (Dis) recorded on the gladius to compare growth among different seasonal spawners.
Maximum speed for migrating short-finned squid has been estimated at 20-30 km/day (Dawe et al.
JAMARC-INIDEP joint research cruise on Argentine short-finned squid (Illex argentinus).
Growth and maturation in two successive seasonal groups of the short-finned squid, Illex coindetii from the Strait of Sicily (central Mediterranean).
First genetic validation and diagnosis of the short-finned squid species