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Record size of Oriental sole (Euryglossa orientalis) (Bloch & Schneider, 1801), caught off Nawabunder, Gujarat
E. orientalis largest ever recorded oriental sole landed in Nawabunder Fishing Harbour in Gujarat caught by Dol net.
Bumper landings of Arius dussumieri at Nawabundar.
Marine catfish production showed a continuously declining trend all along the Indian coast, heavy landings of A. dussumieri has been recorded at Nawabundar landing centre. Black tip sea catfishExpand
Industrial fisheries off Saurashtra coast based onexploratory survey during 1985-'88
Analysis of 4 year survey of fishery resource in Saurashtra waters revealed that maximum effort was expended in 21° 69 0 and the effort was very low in21° 70° and 23° 68° depth wise analysis revealed that the maximum catch rate of ribbon fish and other sciaenids was obtained at 21-30 m depth. Expand
Note on a fishery of Parapenaeus longipes along the Veraval Coast
Parapenaeus longipes, commonly known as “Flamingo shrimp” and locally as “Bhoonsi”,it is not known to occur exclusively as fishery in any area of India and abroad.
Stranding of Sei whale Balaenoptera borealis (Lesson) at Jaffarabad coast.
The carcass was highly decomposed and it can be presumed that mortality might have occurred due to natural causes in the mid sea, after which it was washed ashore. Expand
Marine Fish Calendar. 8. Veraval
The coastline of Gujarat, spread around 1,660 km is well known for its bombay duck and pomfret fisheries. Veraval located in the Saurashtra region forms one of the major fish landing centres. TheExpand
Report on a large sized spiny lobster Panulirus polyphagus (Herbst, 1793) landed at Veraval
A large sized mud spiny lobster Panulirus polyphagus (Herbst) was observed in a trawl landing at Veraval. This was brought in from a long- trip trawler fishing for 4-5 days off Dwaraka fishingExpand
Fishery and biology of the Flamingo shrimp Parapenaeus longipes (Alcock, 1705) off Veraval
The Flamingo shrimp Parapenaeus longipes (Alcock, 1705) contributed to nearly 4 % and 6 % of penaeid shrimp landings at Veraval during 2004 and 2005 respectively. In both the years the femalesExpand
Catfish fishery by dolnetters along the Saurashtra coast
The catch and effort data collected on the Dolnctters based at Nawabunder, Rajpara and Jaffarabad landing centres formed the basis of the study. The data on size distribution of A. Dussumieri wasExpand