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Distribution of Cephalopods in North-West Africa : (Cape Bojador - Punta Pescador)

AuthorsBas, Carles
Issue DateSep-1975
PublisherInternational Council for the Exploration of the Sea
CitationInternational Council for the Exploration of the Sea : Shellfish and Benthos Committee 9: 1-10 (1975)
Conseil International pour l'Exploration de la Mer : Comité de Crustacés, Coquillages et Benthos 9: 1-10 (1975)
SeriesC.M. 1975/K:9
Abstract[EN] There is an important demersal fishing area between Cape Bojador (23º N) and Punta Pescador (23º30' N) in the Spanish Sahara coast, supported basically by species belonging to the SPARIDAE and CEPHALOPODA groups, At the present cephalopods are extended to the sparidae grounds due to the nigh ievel of expiotation upon sparidae species in past years (1.950 - 1.960). Fishing effort is raising so high íevels that yield for cephalopods is decreasing drarnatically. [...] Octopus vulgaris, Loligo vulqaris, L. forbesi, Sepia officinalis, S, bertheloti, S. orbiqnyan
[FR] On présente la distribution de tailles et abondances chez les cephalopodes a la plataforme continental près du Sahara Spagnol, avec conmentaires des speces les plus importantes du point de vue scientifique et commerciale. Les relations des deux parametres cites avec la profondeur est specialment abordée
Description63ª reunión del International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) / Conseil International pour l'Exploration de la Mer (CIEM), realizada del 29 de septiembre al 8 de octubre de 1975 en Montreal.--10 pages
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