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Scientific Annals of the Danube Delta Institute, ISSN 1842-614X, 05/2018, Volume 23, pp. 57 - 68
The genus Alosa is present only in the northern hemisphere of the earth with four species living in North America and others five in Europe, from which Pontic... 
larva drifting in 2016 | Danube River | adult’s migration | Pontic shad
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Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology, ISSN 1311-5065, 2012, Volume 13, Issue 3 A, pp. 1856 - 1864
Pontic shad is an economically important fish species targeted in the Bulgarian fisheries since 1925. Statistical data of catches show variation of quantities... 
Distribution map | Length-weight relationships | Genetics markers | Black sea | Pontic shad | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ELECTROPHORESIS | distribution map | CLUPEIDAE | genetics markers | LOCI | Black Sea | length-weight relationships
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Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science, ISSN 1310-0351, 2013, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 88 - 93
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Journal of Biological Sciences, ISSN 1727-3048, 05/2007, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp. 685 - 688
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Su Ürünleri Dergisi, ISSN 1300-1590, 12/2019, Volume 36, Issue 4, pp. 1 - 1
Bu çalışmanın amacı, Güney-doğu Karadeniz'in Fatsa kıyılarında tirsi balığı Alosa immaculata Bennett, 1835’nın popülasyon parametrelerini belirlemektir.... 
exploitation | büyüme | Karadeniz | Alosa immaculata | pontic shad | ölüm oranı | tirsi | mortality | growth | Black Sea | sömürülme
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Vestnik Zoologii, ISSN 0084-5604, 02/2013, Volume 47, Issue 1, pp. 60 - 66
Migratory stocks of shads passing through the Kerch strait during their seasonal migrations consist of three groups of specimens, that can be identified based... 
pontic shad | Alosa | ecomorphs | структура стада | экоморфы | morphometry | stock structure | черноморские сельди | морфометрия
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BFPP - Bulletin Francais de la Peche et de la Protection des Milieux Aquatiques, ISSN 0767-2861, 2001, Issue 362-363, pp. 749 - 760
The Pontic shad lives in the northwestern part of the Black Sea. It migrates in the Danube River for spawning. The larvae drift passively towards the sea when... 
Homing | Larvae | Danube River | Distribution | Drifting | Pontic shad | larvae | homing | distribution | drifting
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BULLETIN FRANCAIS DE LA PECHE ET DE LA PISCICULTURE, ISSN 0767-2861, 2001, Issue 362-63, pp. 749 - 760
The Pontic shad lives in the northwestern part of the Black Sea. It migrates in the Danube River for spawning. The larvae drift passively towards the sea when... 
FISHERIES | drifting | Danube River | larvae | homing | distribution | Pontic shad
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