Screen 4: Reference data detail for: EMW-107 (reference id: 1 )

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EMW-1071Benguela hakeBenguela hakeMerluccius polli54.77466.93BothWeight at average length ("average of most","usual length", "length of most") using less exact length-weight relationshipsMore info.hake (Merluccius polli)

“This paper studies the distribution, stock abundance and feeding ha bits of hake (merluccius polli) by season (cold and warm seasons), using data from trawl surveys… during 1995…. The results s how that hake is distributed along all the Angolan coast…The length groups 20-29 and 30-40 cm were dominant during both seasons in humbers and biomass…”
More info.“Distribution, abundance, and feeding habits of hake (Merluccius polli) in Angolan waters”
Fisheries and Oceans Canada website
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