Fish length- and fishing ground depth-driven variation of diet drives Anisakis levels in a zooplankton-feeding fish

Date 2022
Temporal extent 2014-10 -2014-11
Author(s) Cresson PierreORCID1, Bourgau Odile2, Cordier Remy1, Cure Clemence1, Denamiel Margaux1, Rouquette Manuel1, 3, Gay MélanieORCID2
Contributor(s) Ernande BrunoORCID, Travers-Trolet MorganeORCID, Giraldo CarolinaORCID, Lefebvre SebastienORCID, Werquin Sarah
Affiliation(s) 1 : Ifremer, Laboratoire Ressources Halieutiques Manche Mer du Nord, F-62200 Boulogne sur Mer
2 : ANSES, Agence Nationale de Sécurité Sanitaire des aliments, F-62200 Boulogne sur Mer
3 : Ifremer, Laboratoire Environnement Ressources de Bretagne Nord, F-35800 Dinard
DOI 10.17882/91559
Publisher SEANOE
Keyword(s) parasites, Anisakis, Mackerel, isotopes, diet, fish
Abstract

This dataset gathers trophic and parasitic information on European jack mackerel (Trachurus trachurus) collected in the English Channel during the CAMANOC survey in 2014.

Each individual fish is described by size, trophic status (δ13C, δ15N, C/N and calculate trophic level), dietary items from stomach content, and levels of infestation by the parasite nematode Anisakis in 6 tissues (abdominal cavity, liver, gonads, stomach, left and right muscle).

Licence CC-BY-NC-SA
Acknowledgements Data and analyses in this dataset were gathered during projects funded by the Ifremer Scientific Directorate through two “Politique de Site” projects, RETROGRAD (2014-2015) and PATROFLU (2021-2022), and by the French government, the Region Hauts-de-France and Ifremer, through the RECOMANCHE action of the CPER MARCO project (2015-2021). The SFR Campus de la Mer (https://sfr-campusdelamer.univ-littoral.fr/home/) is also acknowledged for the funding of a workshop about the role of parasites in the marine ecosystem. PC would also like to thank Sarah Werquin for fruitful discussion during her master project. We want to thank crew and PI of the CAMANOC survey for their help during fish sampling. Stable isotope ratios were measured by the Cornell University Stable Isotope laboratory. Bruno Ernande, Sebastien Lefebvre (PIs of the RETROGRAD project), Morgane Travers-Trolet and Carolina Giraldo are warmly thanked for fruitful discussions about the results and suggestions about our work with this data.
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Cresson Pierre, Bourgau Odile, Cordier Remy, Cure Clemence, Denamiel Margaux, Rouquette Manuel, Gay Mélanie (2022). Fish length- and fishing ground depth-driven variation of diet drives Anisakis levels in a zooplankton-feeding fish. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/91559