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Feeding preferences of the round goby Neogobius melanostomus and mushroom goby Neogobius cephalarges in the Odessa Bay



Feeding preferences of the round goby Neogobius melanostomus and mushroom goby Neogobius cephalarges in the Odessa Bay



Oceanological Studies 30(3-4): 91-101



Feeding preferences of the round goby and mushroom goby from the Odessa Bay (areas with civil engineering works) were studied. Two goby species were observed to choose different dietary items in dependence of the season and place of fishery. The mushroom goby chose Nereis succinea more intensively than the round goby.

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