Cape horse mackerel

* Cape horse mackerel Trachurus capensis * Cunene horse mackerel Trachurus trecae * Greenback horse mackerel Trachurus declivis * Japanese horse mackerel Trachurus japonicus * Mediterranean horse mackerel Trachurus mediterraneus More

* Cape horse mackerel, Trachurus capensis Castelnau, 1861. * Greenback horse mackerel, Trachurus declivis (Jenyns, 1841). * African scad, Trachurus delagoa Nekrasov, 1970. * Arabian scad, Trachurus indicus (Cuvier, 1833). More

In 2001, Cape horse mackerel accounted for the largest catches of small pelagics, followed by South African pilchard and anchovy and then, substantially lower, the sardinellas and Whitehead's round herring (Figures B7.3 and B7.4). Figure B7. More

biology of Cape horse mackerel in Namibian waters. In Krakstad J-O., Botes F., Kanandjembo A. (Eds.). More

of Cape horse mackerel was caught, mainly by the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Estonia, as well as approximately 30 000 t of Cape hakes Merluccius paradoxus and M. capensis, mainly by Spain. More

sardine and Cape horse mackerel may occur in high abundance in southern Angola in the winter- spring period. With a mean standing biomass of 400 000 tons over the 1985 surveys the sardinellas form the most important resource. More

It is important to note that the Cape horse mackerel is highly nomadic. Local availability is variable and dependent on environmental conditions. The horse mackerel resource is harvested mainly by targeted mid-water trawling but there are substantial targeted and incidental catches in the hake-directed bottom trawl fishery. More

parameters for Cape horse mackerel (Trachurus trachurus capensis) in divisions 1.3 + 1.4 . Colln. Scient. Pap. Int. Commn. SE. Atl. Fish , 10(I): 49-53 . Benko, Y.K., Pozo, E. 1975. Algunas caracter More

semi-pelagic Cape horse mackerel Trachurus trachurus capensis in the southern Benguela - > Authors: M Barange1, SC Pillar2, I Huse3 and L Hutchings2 1 GLOBEC International Project Office, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Prospect Place, Plymouth PL1 3DH, More

particularly the Cape horse mackerel, one of two staples of the Namibian commercial fishery. More

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Carangidae
Genus : Trachurus
Species : Trachurus capensis
Authority : Castelnau, 1861