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Title: Occurrence of Antarctic flying squid Todarodes filippovaeAdam, 1975 in Southern Indian Ocean
Authors: Jeyabaskaran, R.
Prema, D.
Kripa, V.
Valsala, K.K.
Keywords: Antarctic flying squid;Todarodes filippovae;Hand jig;Heavy metals;Southern Indian Ocean
Issue Date: Oct-2015
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Abstract: Antarctic flying squid Todarodes filippovae is poorly known in Southern Indian Ocean. About 27 kg of T. filippovae consisting of 37 individuals were opportunistically collected on 1st February 2011 at 38º 59’S, 57º 29’E of northern Subtropical Convergence during the 5th Indian Expedition to Southern Ocean. Among the 37 individuals, 36 were females with dorsal mantle length (ML) of 331±21 mm. The ML of single male was 210 mm. Heavy metals detected in mantle samples were, Pb
Page(s): 1608-1612
ISSN: 0975-1033 (Online); 0379-5136 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJMS Vol.44(10) [October 2015]

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