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By Phil Heemstra, Elaine Heemstra

ISBN-10: 1920033017

ISBN-13: 9781920033019

Определитель охватывает около four hundred видов рыб, встречающихся вдоль южноафриканского побережья, и содержит около six hundred оригинальных рисунков, показывающих изменения с возрастом и половые различия в окраске многих рыб. Видовые описания и другая информация облегчают идентификацию и сравнение сходных видов. Книга будет способствовать распространению знаний о биологии и экологии южноафриканских видов морских рыб.
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The mean value and standard error of the estimated trophic level are included. Further information on feeding modes and diet is provided at the foot of the table. to ascend barriers. It may also move over land during the wet season (Regan 1906; Haskins et al. 1961). For this reason Rivulus is often the only fish in isolated pools at the heads of rivers. Other fish that have since been added to this ‘predator assemblage’ include E. pisonis and Gobiomoris dormitor, species found in the lower sections of streams in northern drainages in Trinidad (Reznick and Bryga 1996).

Malabaricus, (c) C. alta, and (d) A. pulcher in communities of different richness levels (1–3 species, 4–6 species, 7–9 species, 10–12 species, and 12–15 species). The incidence function plots the proportional incidence of species in assemblages of different sizes. After Figure 4 in Magurran and Phillip 2001. and that feeding activity is greatest around mid-day (see Fig. 9). Kiskadees are abundant in rural as well as urban areas and can be found in plantations and forests up to an elevation of 450 m.

1991). Endler (1983, 1991) notes that Macrobrachium prawns are relatively insensitive to red colours and argues that caretonoid markings may provide a private wavelength in which males can safely signal to females. It is only by hunting during daylight that prawns can have any impact on male coloration. M. crenulatum, the species most likely to be active during the day, has received most attention from researchers (Endler 1983). Macrobrachium prawns are primarily crepuscular predators, however.

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