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Inheritance of stable isotopes in seahorses (Hippocampus reidi): effect of parental diet preceding breeding season

AuthorsPlanas, Miguel ; Chamorro, Alexandro
Issue Date2019
Citation43rd Annual Larval Fish Conference (2019)
AbstractStudies on the impact of adult diet on newborn output in seahorses (Genus Hippocampus; Family Syngnathidae). Seahorses are continuous spawners with repeated brooding of males within a breeding season. Hence, a rapid need for replacement of nutrients used in reproduction would be expected. The influence of breeder’s diet preceding breeding season on stable isotopes (δ13C and δ15N) inheritance was assayed in the tropical seahorse Hippocampus reidi
DescriptionPoster.-- 43rd Annual Larval Fish Conference, May 21-24th 2019, Palma, Balearic Islands, Spain
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