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Trawling lesions in some decapod crustaceans: considerations with regard to governmental inspections

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[A total of 4990 specimens belonging to nine species of decapod crustaceans were examined to study the incidence of trawling lesions; 23% of these specimens showed lesions on the body. Low correlations (R2 = 0.58) were found between trawling parameters and crustacean lesions, with a major influence of time of fishing, the quantity of fish and crustaceans caught, and the depth of the haul. Based on these results, the method used for catching fish could be considered important for fish quality management.

4990 esemplari appartenenti a 9 specie di crostacei decapodi sono stati esaminati al fine di studiare l'incidenza delle lesioni da pesca; il 23% degli individui mostrava lesioni sul corpo. Una bassa correlazione (R2 = 0.58) è stata evidenziata tra i parametri di pesca e le lesioni riscontrate, con una maggiore influenza della durata della cala, della quantità di pesci e crostacei e della profondità della cala. Sulla base di tali risultati, il metodo di pesca potrebbe essere considerato importante per il management della qualità del pescato., A total of 4990 specimens belonging to nine species of decapod crustaceans were examined to study the incidence of trawling lesions; 23% of these specimens showed lesions on the body. Low correlations (R2 = 0.58) were found between trawling parameters and crustacean lesions, with a major influence of time of fishing, the quantity of fish and crustaceans caught, and the depth of the haul. Based on these results, the method used for catching fish could be considered important for fish quality management.

4990 esemplari appartenenti a 9 specie di crostacei decapodi sono stati esaminati al fine di studiare l'incidenza delle lesioni da pesca; il 23% degli individui mostrava lesioni sul corpo. Una bassa correlazione (R2 = 0.58) è stata evidenziata tra i parametri di pesca e le lesioni riscontrate, con una maggiore influenza della durata della cala, della quantità di pesci e crostacei e della profondità della cala. Sulla base di tali risultati, il metodo di pesca potrebbe essere considerato importante per il management della qualità del pescato.]

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2003-09-01
2016-08-24

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