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New Zealand Fisheries Assessment Report 2017/51 - Intertidal shellfish monitoring in the northern North Island region, 2016โ€“17

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FAR-2017-51-Northern-shellfish-2016-17.pdf

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Abstract
Intertidal habitats throughout New Zealand support bivalve species that are important for recreational and customary fisheries. Two of the main target species in these fisheries are cockles (tuangi/tuaki, or littleneck clam, Austrovenus stuchburyi) and pipi (Paphies australis), which inhabit a range of sheltered, sedimentary environments throughout the country. Both species frequently form extensive beds and high-density patches, with abundances of over 1000 individuals per m2 (Morton & Miller 1973, Hooker 1995).

Document date
Wednesday, 22 November 2017
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V 1.3
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Adobe PDF
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17.1 MB
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978-1-77665-681-3
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Author: K. Berkenbusch;

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