trevally


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trevally

any of various marine food and game fishes of the genus Caranx: family Carangidae
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Farmer BM, French DJW, Potter IC, Hesp SA, Hall NG (2005) Determination of biological parameters for managing the fisheries for Mulloway and Silver Trevally in Western Australia, Murdoch University, Murdoch Western Australia 6150, Fisheries Research and Development Corporation Report FRDC Project 2002/004 pp: 150.
High-priced fish such as tuna, toothfish, orange roughy, alfonsino and trevally are known to gather near the seamounts, where plankton swirl in the currents.
Personnel of the Coast Guard station in Culion went to the area and spotted the fishing boat, which yielded container fuel, three fish nets and 220 kilograms of trevally (talakitok).
Amino acid composition and antioxidative peptides from protein hydrolysates of yellow stripe trevally (Selaroides leptolepis).
On the shallower reefs Dean caught a nice little couta and I landed a 12kg BlueFin Trevally.
The boat's experts will then guide on how to fish for sustainable catch, with common species including, Barracuda, Orange Spotted Trevally, Ehrenberg's' Snapper and Pink Ear Emperor.
Record of the bigeye trevally, Caranx sexfasciatus, and Mexican lookdown, Selene brevoorti, with notes on other carangids from California.
In a previous laboratory experiment, white trevally (Pseudocaranx dentex) juveniles were reported to have swum along the tank wall under total darkness at a CS faster than their CS at a higher light intensity (0.