Screen 3: Reference data summary for
|EMW id||EMW ref. id||FAO species category||Species||Scientific name||Lower EMW (g)||Upper EMW (g)||Used for lower or upper |
|Rejected reason code||Reliability ranking of this method||EMW set to the min allowed value?||Size type||EMW Method|
|EMW-37||1||Argentine angelshark||Argentine angelshark||Squatina argentina||8,347.46||11,382.90||Both||6||Weight based on weight at maximum length (using less exact length-weight relationships)|
|EMW-37||2||Argentine angelshark||Argentine angelshark||Squatina argentina||9,017.29||9,017.29||Both||4||Weight at typical or common length (or "frequent") using less exact length-weight relationships|
|EMW-37||3||Argentine angelshark||Argentine angelshark||Squatina argentina||14,000.00||18,000.00||Both||7||Weight based data for a larger-sized species in the same genus|
This page contains all fish size data sources obtained for this species and how they were used to estimate the mean capture weight. In working out the 'Overall result', only data from the highest level of reliability were used. Data may also have been excluded if there is a particular reason to believe it is unreliable - in this case a 'Rejected reason code' is included.
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