At least 4 species of coastal fish were described as intermediate or paratenic hosts, including popular Chilean food fish species, such as Merluccius
gayi, Genypterus maculatus, and Cilus gilberti (6).
Development and observations of a spiny dogfish Squalus acanthias reduction device in a raised footrope silver hake Merluccius
Foreign effort also expanded in areas off of California, Oregon, and Washington during the 1960's to target Pacific hake (whiting), Merluccius
Mercury concentrations in pacific hake, Merluccius
productus (ayres), as a function of length and latitude.
Predation by a carnivorous marine copepod, Euchaeta elongata Esterly, on eggs and larvae of the Pacific hakem, Merluccius
1978: Mercury concentrations in Pacific Hake, Merluccius
productus (Ayres), as a function of length and latitude.
Fernandez (1985) explains that for Merluccius
australis Hutton, 1872 this fact can be related to the physiological differences between males and females, mainly during reproduction.
The marine taxa are herring and cod-like fishes ('gadids'--for present purposes this group is treated as including the related hake, Merluccius merluccius
, and excluding the freshwater burbot, Lota lota).
The South African fishery for the two species of hake (Merluccius
capensis and Merluccius
paradoxus), is continuing the recovery that began a decade ago when conservative management policies were adopted.
Product Highlights: < 100% Net Weight < Wild caught < MSC certified < Frozen at sea < Skinless < Deboned < Chemical Free < < Market Name: < Cape Capensis Scientific Name: < Merluccius
Capensis Vernacular Name: < Merluza
In the combined take of Silver Hake, Merluccius
bilinearis; Atlantic Mackerel, Scomber scombrus; and Atlantic Herring, Clupea harengus; how many tons would have been harvested each year within the northwest Atlantic ecosystem during 1988-92 if the fishery had been managed sustainably?
Off southern Brazil, it appears to be far less abundant because commercial landings have been only sporadic, usually as a by-catch of the hake Merluccius
hubbsi (Marini, 1933), attaining (at most) 2,613 t in 2002 (Haimovici et al.