TABLE OF CONTENTS
BIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR
VALUE OF FISH RESOURCES
CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT
DANGEROUS MARINE FISHES
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK
Mullets have blunt snouts and small mouths with tiny
teeth adapted for feeding on fine algal and detrital material of
bottom sediments. They generally occur in schools in shallow,
turbid, brackish waters or along sandy shorelines and reef flats.
Juveniles are harvested by throw net, adults by gill net.
They are commercially important, and some species are well
suited for low-salinity aquaculture. At least four species
occur at Guam.
(Quoy & Gaimard)