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Reproduction and population structure of an undescribed species of notropis pisces cyprinidae from the mobile bay drainage alabama usa



Reproduction and population structure of an undescribed species of notropis pisces cyprinidae from the mobile bay drainage alabama usa



Copeia (4): 822-830



Although undescribed, Notropis sp. (cf. N. longirostris) was recognized as a distinct species for some time. It occurs in small to moderate size streams throughout the Mobile Bay drainage below the Fall Line, but is rare above it. Habitat and species associates are considered briefly. In Uphapee Creek, Macon County, Alabama, [USA]. The reproductive season extended in 1974 from early to mid-April into late Sept. or early Oct. Counts of mature ova were correlated with female size and ranged from 99-323 for females 31-41 mm SL [standard length]. Unovulated mature ova were 0.70-0.90 mm in diameter. Males matured sexually at a slightly smaller size than females; all males were mature by 29 mm SL and all females by 31 mm SL. The sex ratio did not differ from 1:1. This species of Notropis lives about 1 1/2-2 yr. Maturity occurs at about 1 yr. Maximum size was circa 45 mm SL.

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