At this time of year the area is used as wintering ground by common edible species such as hairtail
, yellow croaker, chub mackerel and blue crab," Greenpeace said.
At this time of year the area is used as a wintering ground by common edible species such as hairtail
, yellow croaker, chub mackerel and blue crab," Greenpeace said in a statement on Monday.
6%, with the prices of small hairtail
, grass carp and big hairtail
Growth and mortality parameters of hairtail
Lepturacanthus savala from Pakistan waters.
So, while it is unlikely that an adult gazelle would eat a baby lion, an adult sardine certainly would eat a young largehead hairtail
, a predatory species that is one of China's most-common catches.
Kim JY, Kang YS, Oh HJ, Suh YS, Hwang JD (2005) Spatial distribution of early life stages of anchovy (Engraulis Japonicus) and hairtail
(Trichiurus lepturus) and their relationship with oceanographic features of the East China Sea during the 1997-1998 El Nino event.
Lat: latitude, CalAlgae: Calcareous algae, AC: Argentine croaker, AH: Argentine hake, AmH: American harvestfish, AR: Argentine red shrimp, AS: Argentine stiletto shrimp, AW: acoupa weakfish, BC: Brazilian codling, BF: Brazilian flathead, BS: bluewing searobin, C: codling, CA: castaneta, CF: catfish, DG: dusky grouper, F: flounder, GT: grey triggerfish, J: Jamaica weakfish, KW: king weakfish, LH: largehead hairtail
, MF: monkfish, O: octopus, PC: pink cusk-eel, PS: pink-shrimp, RP: red porgy, S: skate, SB: sea-bob shrimp, SF: sand flounder, SK: southern kingcroaker, SP: sandperch, SQ: squid, SS: striped soldier shrimp, ST: sea trout, SW: stripped weakfish, TF: tilefish, TG: tomtate grunt, W: whitemouth croaker.
An annotated and ilustrated catalogue of the snake mackerels, snoeks, escolars, gemfishes, sackfishes, domine, oilfish, cutlassfishes, scabbardfishes, hairtail
, and frostfishes known to date.
The cutlassfish or largehead hairtail
Trichiurus lepturus Linnaeus, 1758 is a marine fish widely distributed throughout the world (FAO, 2005; FROESE; PAULY, 2013).
The top ten species that contributed most to global catches were anchoveta, Alaska pollack, skipjack tuna, Atlantic herring, blue whiting, chub mackerel, Chilean jack mackerel, Japanese anchovy, largehead hairtail
and yellow fin tuna.
Diet overlap of immigrant narrowbarred Spanish mackerel Scomberomorus commerson (Lacepede, 1802) and the largehead hairtail
ribbonfish Trichiurus lepturus (Linnaeus, 1758) in the Egyptian Mediterranean coast.
I'd turn them over in my mind and imagine the Quakers quaking at the sight of a school of tailor chopping into a school of whitebait, Mr Inkerman writing letters with a quill held in steady, ink-stained fingers, bombs being bolted together in the sheds out the back of the Powder Works, American sailors cooking up chowder with the hairtail
they caught from the decks of their battleships moored off Chowder Bay and Clifton Gardens.