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    1 Apr 1993 A number of reproductive indices were compared with a subjective maturity scale for assessment of Loligo forbesi maturity. The ratio between nidamental gland length and mantle length corresponded well with female maturation, as did the ovary mass-soma mass and nidamental gland mass-soma mass
    The population of Loligo forbesi inhabiting the Azorean Archipelago achieves the largest size ever reported for this species but also for any Loliginidae. Despite their importance as a food source for local communities, very little is known about their biology and ecology. In this paper, we describe our efforts in capturing,
    the New England coast, Asterias forbesi (Desor). The work was begun at the United States Fisheries .. starfish Asterias forbesi may move with any ray in advance, in the absence of directive stimuli, as shown by a large of Asterias forbesi from the Woods Hole region, and of about the size of those used in the experiments.
    11 Dec 2017 Sea Star Wasting Disease in Asterias forbesi along the Atlantic Coast of North America. Caitlin Bucci1, Madison Francoeur1, Jillon McGreal1, Roxanna Smolowitz2,. Vanesa Zazueta-Novoa3, Gary M. Wessel3, Marta Gomez-Chiarri1*. 1 Department of Fisheries, Animal and Veterinary Science, University of
    Length-frequency data on squid (Loligo forbesi) collected during trawling surveys in. Scottish waters from 1980 to 1994 were analysed to describe temporal and spatial patterns in abundance and to examine the prospects for using survey abundance to forecast fishery abundance. Loligo was patchily distributed in space
    ABSTRACT. Starfish were held for 28 days in pans with running sea water maintained at a series of constant tempera- tures, with oysters as food. The average number of oysters eaten per starfish during this period was 2.3 at. 5° C, 3.0 at 10° C, 4.1 at 15° C, 5.0 at 20° C, 2.8 at. 22.5° C, and 1.0 at 25° C. Starfish lost weight at

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