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|Title: ||A preliminary study of the Food of the Clupeid Ilisha Africana (BLOCH) occurring in the Coastal Waters of Cape Coast (Ghana)|
|Authors: ||Azumah, E.G.S.|
|Issue Date: ||7-Sep-1992|
|Abstract: ||Ilisha Africana which occurs in the coastal waters of Cape Coast was found to be partly carnivorous and partly planktivorous feeding mainly on fish and shrimp and during upwelling, on zooplankton especially Hyperia sp and the composi-
tion and frequency of occurrence of the stomach contents varied from month to month. Between August and September, 1985, the stomach contents were predominantly zooplankton.
Keywords: Ilisha africana, carnivorous,
zooplankton, upwelting, stomach
comm. percentage composition|
|Description: ||This article was published by Fisheries Journal of the University of Science and Technology, vol. 12, No.3, October, 1992|
|Appears in Collections:||College of Science|
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