Food Array Analysis in Turbot Psetta maeotica (Pallas, 1811) at the Romanian Black Sea Coast in 2013
AbstractThis paper shows the results of research made on the food array of the stomach content of turbot (Psetta maeotica) in Romanian Black Sea waters. The investigations were made during 2013, in fish caught on the Romanian continental shelf. The main identified component in the analyzed turbot’s diet is fish, the most common species found in the stomach content being: anchovy, gobies, sprat, whiting, but also crustaceans and mollusks
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