Mickovic B.,Institute for Muldidisciplinary Research |
Nikcevic M.,Institute for Muldidisciplinary Research |
Hegedis A.,Institute for Muldidisciplinary Research |
Hegedis A.,University of Belgrade |
And 3 more authors.
Archives of Biological Sciences | Year: 2010
Three localities, representing three distinct coastal areas, were investigated: 1. the mouth of the Sutorina River; 2. the mouth of the Jaška River; 3. the mouth of the Bojana River (right branch). Regarding the composition of young mullet assemblages, Lisa saliens, Lisa ramada and Lisa aurata were dominant at the first locality; L. aurata and Chelon labrosus at the second; and at the third L. ramada was clearly dominant, Mugil cephalus occupied the subdominant position, while L. aurata was absent. The seasons of the first appearance of migratory fry were October, April, November, October and July, for M. cephalus, C. labrosus, L. ramada, L. aurata and L. saliens, respectively. Migratory periods varied from 2 (C. labrosus) to 7 (L. ramada) months.