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Resource characteristics and stock assessment of whitebaits

  title={Resource characteristics and stock assessment of whitebaits},
  author={G Luther and K V Narayana Rao and G. Gopakumar and Chellappandian Muthiah and N. G. K. Pillai and Prathibha Rohit and K. C. Narayana Kurup and S Reuben and P Devadoss and G. Syda Rao},
  journal={Indian Journal of Fisheries},
The fishery of whitebait for 1979-88 was studied. The southern maritime states accounted for 97% of the country's whitebait landings. The quartelWise whitebait landings, gearwise catch and catch per unit effort for 1985-88 were studied and discussed. Encrasicholina devisi and Stolephoru., waitei were the dominant species in the whitebait fishery. The fishery and biological characteristics of these two species at Visakhapatnam, Madras, Vizhinjam, Cochin and Mangalore are presented. Whitebait are… 
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