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kingklip

South African an edible eel-like marine fish
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The Welsh element is very important and we always source the best Welsh produce locally as well as importing genuine South African produce such as crocodile, kingklip and springbok.
Kingklip are piscivorous and were largely confined to holes at the base of rocks and favored areas without a conspicuous epifauna.
The supermarket is to start selling Kingklip, Panger and Kob from South Africa from mid March.
paradoxus, for which there is a single total allowable catch; kingklip, Genypterus capensis, is caught as a by-catch (Payne, 1989).
KINGKLIP A plentiful fish in southern oceans, kingklip is sold as fillets in some markets now.
In April 2008 Thales Nederland announced that it had received a contract from Morocco to outfit these vessels with a comprehensive combat suite that would include the company's Tacticos combat management system along with a Kingklip medium-frequency hull-mounted sonar.
Kingklip is no longer anywhere near king of the Chilean fishing industry.
monkfish (5,871 tons), kingklip (1,956), angel fish (770) and sole (739).
Also fished is mackerel (Scomber japonicus), horse mackerel (Trachurus capensis), pilchard (Sardinops ocellata), monk (Lophius upsicephalus), kingklip (Genypterus capensis) and various other species.
In fish and seafood landings, the most dramatic increases have been in hake, up from 294,000 to 335,000 tons in a year; and kingklip, rising from 21,000 to 33,000.
Catch per boat was also down for kingklip, but total catch last year was still 14,000 tons, off only a bit from 1990, and the quota for this year is expected to be about the same.
Nonetheless, the South American country is emerging as an actual and potential player in this sector -- especially with Atlantic Whiting and Golden Kingklip.