Hydrographic changes push European common squid Alloteuthis subulata into Kiel Bay, western Baltic Sea, its easternmost area of distribution


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Europeancommon squid(Alloteuthis subulataLamarck, 1798)were sampled from the by-catch of ICESbottom-trawl surveyof FRV Walter Herwig III intheNorthSeainFebruary2000,from collect surveyof RVLittorinainthe Kattegatin November 2000 andfrom surveyof FS Alkor in Kiel Bay,western Baltic SeainJanuary2001.142specimensofAlloteuthis subulata were collected.The collection included51 %femalesand 46 %males. Dorsalmantle lengths(DML)varied between25-85 mm infemalesandbetween27-98 mm inmales.Wet body mass ranged between0,6-7,9 g infemalesand 2,1-8,7 g inmales.Lower rostral lengths(LRL)varied between0,31-1,07 mm infemalesand 0,42-1,15 mm inmales.



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ICES Annual Science Conference, Oslo, Norway, September 26-29.
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Herrmann, M. , Gonschior, H. and Piatkowski, U. (2001): Hydrographic changes push European common squid Alloteuthis subulata into Kiel Bay, western Baltic Sea, its easternmost area of distribution , ICES Annual Science Conference, Oslo, Norway, September 26-29 .


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