Document Type: Research Paper
Faculty of Sciences, Department of Biology, Eskişehir Osmangazi University, Eskişehir
Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, Muğla Sıktı Koçman University
Vocational School of Health Services, Eskişehir Osmangazi University, Eskişehir
Applied Environmental Research Centre, Anadolu University, , Eskişehir
Faculty of Fisheries, Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University, Muğla
In this study, length and weight data for three endemic fish species of North-western Anatolia (Capoeta baliki, Capoeta sieboldi and Chondrostoma angorense) were collected throughout their distribution ranges and used to estimate length-length, total length (TL) – weight and empirical standard weight (Ws) equations. The obtained Ws equations were: log10Ws = -6.743 + 4.768 log10 TL - 0.437 log10 TL2 (TL range: 7-28 cm) for C. baliki; log10Ws= - 5.966 + 3.833 log10TL - 0.181 log10 TL2 (TL range: 7-36 cm) for C. sieboldii; log10Ws= - 10.017 + 7.402 log10TL - 0.971 log10TL2 (TL-range: 7-24 cm) for C. angorense. For C. angorense, these data represents the first reference on length-weight for the species. In addition, a new maximum length was reported for C. baliki.