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anchor tag

The HTML code for creating a link to another page or to a particular section within a page. It is also commonly called an "h-ref." See HREF.
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The aim of the current experiment was to compare two simple external identification methods in adult Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793): (1) a plastic-laminated glue-on number and (2) a t-bar anchor tag inserted into the upper shell, to determine the optimal methodology to use in longitudinal studies greater than 1 y in duration.
meridionalis with gill nets between 1995-1998 in the Alabama and lower Tombigbee rivers in Alabama and recorded a 12% recapture rate using anchor tags, but indicated that the overall size of the population may be limited.
Because the anchor tag was removed as part of the reporting procedure, for most individuals, only a single recapture record existed.
Double-tagged fish with one dorsal dart tag and one internal anchor tag also showed a lower percentage of return than those fish single- or double-tagged using only internal anchor tags, especially for smaller fish (<700 mm FL).
In addition, two other types of dorsal loop tags (both closed by knotting the ends of the tubing, and one having a clear outer covering) and an internal anchor tag (5/16 by 1-1/4 inches, with a 3" streamer as described by Topp [1963]) were used.
In contrast to the Petersen disc tag, the Floy anchor tag was quickly abraded and lost.