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Title: Charles M. Breder Jr.: Field Journals Trip to Nassau, Bahamas, 1930
Authors: Breder, Charles M. Jr.
Keywords: Nassau, Bahamas
fishes
behavior
mating
spawning
weather
air
temperature
film
schools
Exocoetidae
Esox
Lepomis
Perca
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: This is a journal of field notes by Dr. Charles M. Breder Jr. written during his fieldwork from 1930 to 1935 primarily in Nassau, Bahamas and N.E. United States. The writing details Dr. Breder’s observations of behavior and mating patterns of various fish, with focus on Exocoetidae, Esox, Lepomis, and Perca. Breder documents performing similar studies in the Dry Tortugas. His findings show population differences in many common species that might be related to storms and bad weather in many different spawning grounds. Dr. Breder also catalogs an extensive amount of air and water temperatures at all locations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/3358
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