|EMW id||EMW ref. id||FAO species category||Species||Scientific name||Lower EMW (g)||Upper EMW (g)||Reference indicates lower or upper EMW figure?||EMW Method||Length-weight calculations||*** Fish Size Quote ***||*** Explanatory Notes ***||Country||Link to reference (external site)||Reference document||Reference url||Link to FishBase.org Species Summary (external site)|
|EMW-1002||3||Giant tiger prawn||Giant tiger prawn||Penaeus monodon||50.00||50.00||Lower||Typical or common (or "frequent") weight||NONE||Ongrowing techniques.|
Commonly found in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines and Viet Nam, extensive grow-out of shrimp is conducted in tidal areas where water pumping is unnecessary. ... Due to the low stocking densities, larger sized shrimp (>50 g) are commonly harvested within six months or more. ..Due to the increase in land costs and the shortage of wild seeds, almost no new extensive farms are being constructed today.
|Penaeus monodon ||Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippinnes, Vietnam||More info.||Cultured Aquatic Species Information Programme Penaeus monodon (Fabricius, 1798) ||More info||More info.|