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Coexistence of Lutjanus peru and Lutjanus guttatus Pisces Lutjanidae in the coast of Guerrero, Mexico association with the temporal variation of recruitment Coexistencia de Lutjanus peru y Lutjanus guttatus Pisces Lutjanidae en la costa de Guerrero, Mexico relacion con la variacion temporal en el reclutamiento


, : Coexistence of Lutjanus peru and Lutjanus guttatus Pisces Lutjanidae in the coast of Guerrero, Mexico association with the temporal variation of recruitment Coexistencia de Lutjanus peru y Lutjanus guttatus Pisces Lutjanidae en la costa de Guerrero, Mexico relacion con la variacion temporal en el reclutamiento. Revista de Biologia Tropical. March; 521: 177-185

Monthly volumes of capture of Lutjanus peru and Lutjanus guttatus from the coast of Guerrero, Mexico, were analyzed considering eight annual cycles. Time-series, auto correlation, and cross-correlation analysis showed that monthly abundance of populations display unsystematic variations. The FiSAT software was used to obtain the recruitment patterns of both species, using length-frequency data. Our results support the hypothesis that temporal phase-shifts in reproductive events, hence recruitment, explain the coexistence of these species. The outcome of this mechanism is a temporal succession of specific recruit abundance off the coasts of Guerrero, Mexico. The uncoupling of the recruitment events between these species, induces a separation of recruits: therefore, the intake of a particular set of preys could take place at different times.

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