ABSTRACT Incorporating fecundity into stock assessment models may improve stock assessment and management of Bristol Bay red king crab Paralithodes
Settlement, substratum preference, and survival of red king crab Paralithodes
camtschaticus (Tilesius, 1815) glaucothoe on natural substrata in the laboratory.
The foreign fisheries observers' goals were to determine incidental catch rates of Pacific halibut; estimate catch amount (ensuring catch allowances were not exceeded); collect biological data and species composition information for groundfish catches (Megrey and Wespestad, 1990); and to verify catch statistics in the Japanese fishery for king, Paralithodes
camtschaticus, and Tanner, Chionoecetes bairdi, crabs (Barnes et al.
1966), the red king crab Paralithodes
camtschaticus (Kurata 1960), the fiddler crab Uca subcylindrica (Rabalalis & Cameron 1985), the Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis (Anger 1991), the red frog crab Ranina ranina (Minagawa 1992), the grapsid crab Armases miersii (Anger 1996), the mangrove crab Sesarma curacaoense (Anger & Charmantier 2000), the crucifix crab Charybdis feriatus (Baylon & Suzuki 2007), the mud crab Scylla serrata (Baylon 2010, Dan & Hamasaki.
Behavioral ecology of podding red king crab, Paralithodes
Sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, and red king crab, Paralithodes
camtschaticus, were captured and tagged with acoustic transmitters to supplement the reference transmitters and to provide acoustic targets with more realistic reception patterns.
The effects of holding space on juvenile red king crab, Paralithodes
camtschaticus (Tilesius, 1815), growth and survival.
bairdi, and Paralithodes
camtschaticus) after encounters with trawls on the seafloor Fish.
Most catches in the Bristol Bay red king crab, Paralithodes
camtschaticus, fishery, which occurs from 15 October through 15 January, are made within or near the Bering Sea critical habitat area (NPFMC, 2005).
The effects of varying the percentage of herring versus salmon protein in manufactured diets on the survival, meat content, hepatosomatic index and meat sensory quality of adult red king crab Paralithodes
government was integrally involved with the development of Alaska's red king crab, Paralithodes
camtschaticus, fishing industry (Blackford, 1979).
A length-based population model and stock recruitment relationship for the red king crab, Paralithodes
camtschaticus, in Bristol Bay, Alaska.