Jellyfish fisheries in southeast Asia

@article{Omori2004JellyfishFI,
  title={Jellyfish fisheries in southeast Asia},
  author={Makoto Omori and Eiji Nakano},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={451},
  pages={19-26}
}
A few large jellyfish species in the order Rhizostomeae constitute an important food in Chinese cooking. For more than 1700 years, they have been exploited along the coasts of China. Such jellyfish became an important fishery commodity of Southeast Asian countries in the 1970s with increasing demand from the Japanese market. Recently, Japan has imported 5400–10 000 tons of jellyfish products per year, valued at about 25.5 million US dollars, annually from the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand… Expand

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