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Estimated numbers of individuals in average annual capture (FAO) of selected fish species (2007-2016)

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This page shows FAO reported fish capture tonnages for 2007-2016 by species category together with the estimated mean weight (EMW) (obtained in this study)
and estimated fish numbers based on that EMW.

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Data for Threadfins tasselfishes nei (2007-2016)
SpeciesCountryCapture (t)Estimated
mean weight
(EMW) (g)
EMW idEstimated numbers
(millions)
Threadfins tasselfishes neiIndonesia         45,355 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiIndia         20,867 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiMalaysia         11,706 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiAngola          4,435 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiCameroon          3,700 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiPhilippines          3,502 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiChina          1,444 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiAustralia            940 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiThailand            802 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiCongo Dem. Rep. of the            301 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiComoros             92 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiSao Tome and Principe             53 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiSingapore             29 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiPanama              7 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiColombia              5 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiEcuador              1 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiBenin              1 Not estimated
Threadfins tasselfishes neiR?union              1 Not estimated
Total          93,240
   Source of production tonnage : FAO FishStat "Capture Production 1950-2016 (Release Date: 15th March 2018)".