Víctor Manuel Muro-Torres

Víctor Manuel Muro-Torres
Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste | CIBNOR · Department of Fisheries Ecology

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Biological parameters relating to the reproductive biology of Conguito Sea Catfish Cathorops liropus were investigated in 1979–1984 and 2015–2018 from an estuarine system on the northwestern Pacific coast of Mexico. In the first period, the spawning season occurred during the dry–warm season (April–June), according with the percentage of mature fem...
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Differences in fish assemblages’ structures and their relations with environmental variables (due to the variations in sampled seasons, habitats, and zones) were analyzed in two adjacent estuaries on the north Pacific coast of Mexico. Environmental variables and fish catches were registered monthly between August 2018 and October 2020. Multivariate...
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Plastic particle occurrence in the digestive tracts of fishes from a tropical estuarine system in the Gulf of Cali-fornia was investigated. A total of 1095 fish were analysed, representing 15 species. In total 1384 particles of plastic debris were recovered from the gastrointestinal tracts of 552 specimens belonging to 13 species, and all consisted...
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The trophic ecology of wetlands with mangrove forests remains poorly understood. Through the use of stomach contents analysis, stable isotope signatures, and Bayesian mixing models, the food web of a tropical wetland in the gulf of California was investigated. Consumers had heterogeneous diets, omnivores were the most abundant species (47%), follow...
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The food webs of a coastal lagoon ecosystem in the southeastern Gulf of California were investigated through the use of stomach contents analyses and carbon (δ¹³C) and nitrogen (δ¹⁵N) stable isotopes of fish and macroinvertebrates. Food sources and species representative of primary producers and primary-to-tertiary consumers were examined. Macroinv...
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Differences in fish assemblages’ structure and their relation with environmental variables (due to the variations in sampled seasons, habitats, and zones), were analyzed in two adjacent estuaries on the north Pacific coast of Mexico. Environmental variables and fish catches were registered monthly between August 2018 and October 2020. Multivariate...
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The trophic ecology of the chihuil sea catfish Bagre panamensis was studied through high-resolution variations in its feeding habits and trophic position (TP) in the SE Gulf of California, relevant to sex, size and season. The combined use of stomach content (SCA) and stable isotope analysis (SIA) allowed us to perform these analyses and also estim...
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An ecosystem-based management of fisheries requires a proper estimation of the trophic position (TP) of each component of the food web. Stable isotope analysis (SIA) and stomach contents analysis (SCA) are used to estimate TP of aquatic systems, but few studies have compared the results obtained from both methods. We used SIA (d15N) and SCA (TrophL...
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The cominate sea catfish from the southeastern Gulf of California is an important species that is commercially exploited. However, studies on biology of this species are scarce; therefore, harvest regulations do not exist for this species in Mexico. The aim of this work was to describe reproductive biology of Occidentarius platypogon. Gillnet sampl...
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The chihuil sea catfish Bagre panamensis from the southeastern Gulf of Cali-fornia is an important species that is commercially exploited. Currently, the species is thought to have relatively high abundances. However, studies on biology of this species are scarce; therefore, harvest regulations do not exist for this species in Mexico. The aim of th...

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