RELACIONES BIOMÉTRICAS DEL CAMARÓN BLANCO Litopenaeus vannamei BOONE 1931 (DECAPODA, PENAEIDAE), PARA LA REGIÓN DEL GOLFO DE TEHUANTEPEC, MÉXICO

S. Ramos-Cruz

Abstract


Biometric relationships of white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei Boone 1931 (Decapoda, Penaeidae) for the Gulf of Tehuantepec, Mexico
This study describes biometric relationships of white shrimp L. vannamei for the Gulf of Tehuantepec. We examined 5,104 records of total length and weights, and 4,890 records of abdominal length and weight records. The specimens came from artisanal catches in the lagoon systems and the high sea technical fishery, from different sampling campaigns. The established relationships were total length-total weight, total length-abdominal weight, abdominal length-total weight, abdominal length-abdominal weight, total length-abdominal length, abdominal length- total length, total weight-abdominal weight, and abdominal weight-total weight. The α and β parameters were estimated through potential and linear functions, depending on the established type relationship.

Keywords


Biometric relationships; white shrimp; L. vannamei; Gulf of Tehuantepec

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