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Title: Species composition, distribution and resource pontentials fisheries recorded in bottom trowling betweem 50 and 200M depth off Nigerian the Coast.
Authors: Amadi, A.A.
ASFA Terms: Fishery resources
Issue Date: 1982
Series: Technical Paper, 3
Abstract: 15 trawl hauls in the 50-200m-depth zone of the Nigerian continental shelf yielded 8092 fishes from 38 families comprising 48 species. Dentex angolensis, Dentex congoensis, priacanthus arenatus and Ariomma bondi were identified as the dominant species. Their resource potential in the area should be further investigated
Description: 29pp, illus,tables
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/2219
ISSN: N/A
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