bigeye tuna


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bigeye tuna

n.
A commercially important tuna (Thunnus obesus) with yellow fins and large eyes, found in tropical and subtropical seas.
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This would be particularly helpful for bigeye tuna, which is the mainstay of the sushi market and the principal target of the Hawaii long-line fleet.
This was the first time that genetic samples of fish had been taken during an at sea inspection, with subsequent MPI genetic analysis revealing beyond doubt, that the fish were southern bluefin tuna and not bigeye tuna, as reported by the captain of the Da Yang 16.
For instance, bigeye tuna is about 16 percent of its original spawning biomass, and bluefin tuna is at the highest risk, at about 3 percent of its original spawning biomass.
Generally speaking, small fish and shellfish are low in mercury, while the most mercury accumulates in big, long-lived, predator fish, such as king mackerel, marlin, orange roughy, shark, swordfish, ahi (or yellowfin) tuna and bigeye tuna.
Food and Drug Administration and Environmental Protection Agency, recommends that at-risk consumers avoid seven types of fish that typically contain high levels of mercury: tilefish from the Gulf of Mexico, shark, swordfish, orange roughy, bigeye tuna, marlin and king mackerel.
The "Fish to avoid" category includes king mackerel, marlin, orange roughy, shark, swordfish, bigeye tuna and Gulf of Mexico tilefish (while Atlantic tilefish is considered a "good choice" fish).
These results are similar to those from studies of bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus): deeper diving occurred when fish were not associated with surface objects and shallow distribution was generally uniform during day and night when fish were associated with surface objects (Holland et al.
A sword or a bigeye tuna might see a blue light at Vi mile whereas a green light might be half that distance," Keith says.
Bigeye tuna, which are populous in the Philippines, consume sardines, which are known to concentrate upon nearing schools of tuna or whales, forming what has now been dubbed as sardine balls.
Sensitivity analysis of catch-per-unit-effort of Atlantic Bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) data series applied to production model
Eat: Bigeye tuna pizza, popping spicy crab roll (with Pop Rocks
Spicy Seared Tuna with Mint Chutney, Curried Gray Snapper Fish Balls, Lettuce-Wrapped Steamed Red Snapper with Orange Glaze, Fish Cakes with Chili CrA[umlaut]me FraA[R]che, Sauteed Swordfish and Roasted Corn Salad, Grilled Mahimahi with Tomato and Seaweed Vinaigrette, Nicoise-style Bigeye Tuna Salad, Stewed Hawaiian Sea Bass with Rhubarb, Broiled Long-Tail Red Snapper Fillets with Wilted Spinach and Tomato Relish, Grilled Bigeye Tuna with Curry Butter, Barbecued Swordfish with Avocado Salad, Cured Marlin with Fruit Salsa, Grilled Cured Wahoo with Minty Fruit Relish.