yellowtail kingfish


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yellowtail kingfish

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(Animals) a large carangid game fish, Seriola grandis, of S Australian waters
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Effect of dietary cholesterol content on growth and its accumulation in liver and muscle tissues of juvenile yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi).
Skeletal anomalies (such as jaw malformation, skull malformation, spine malformation) have been described in many farmed fish species, including European sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax (Abdel et al., 2004; Georgakopoulou et al., 2007), gilthead sea bream Sparus aurata (Andrades et al., 1996; Georgakopoulou et al., 2010), Senegal sole Solea senegalensis (Gavaia et al., 2002), red sea bream (Kihara et al., 2002), yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi (Cobcroft et al., 2004), and golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus (Zheng et al., 2014).
Clean Seas already has 3200 tonnes of yellowtail kingfish growing in pens in Spencer Gulf.
State Fisheries had noted 25 species of fish on this reef, ranging from small baitfish such as yellowtail, Trachurus novaezelandiae, to 15 kg yellowtail kingfish, Seriola lalandi, and similar-sized mulloway, Argyrosomus hololepidotus.
The wild yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi has a migratory behaviour, with a world distribution covering Australia, New Zealand, Japan (Nugroho et al., 2001), South East China Sea (Randall & Lim, 2000), the Mediterranean Sea (Nakada, 2008) and the Pacific coast from Canada to Chile (Eschmeyer & Herald, 1999; Dyer & Westneat, 2010; Fernandez et al., 2015).
To find out, Dr Bronwyn Gillanders, Douglas Ferrell and Dr Neil Andrew, all then with the NSW Fisheries Research Institute, used tag-recapture data from the cooperative NSW Fisheries Gamefish Tagging Program to assess the usefulness of such information for estimating movement and life-history parameters in yellowtail kingfish. More than 190 angling dubs were involved in the program and anglers received instructions on tagging, but no formal training.
Yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi) is a pelagic carnivore with a worldwide distribution covering Australia, New Zealand, Japan (Nugroho et al., 2001), South East China Sea (Randall & Lim, 2000), the Mediterranean Sea (Nakada, 2008) and the Pacific coast of America, from Canada up to Chile (Eschmeyer & Herald, 1999; Dyer & Westneat, 2010).