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Morphometric Growth and Fisheries Biology of the Crab, Charybdis Natator (Herbst) in Moreton Bay, Australia (Decapoda, Brachyura)

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Le crabe portunide Charybdis natator est une composante mineure des prises de crabes dans la baie de Moreton, Australie. Quant il est présent dans une nasse, C. natator réduit les captures d'un autre portunide commercialement plus important, Portunus pelagicus. La femelle de C. natator atteint sa maturité sexuelle entre 80-95 mm de largeur de carapace. Aucun des caractères morphométriques mesurés n'est apparu comme utile pour distinguer les stades de maturité, ni chez les mâles, ni chez les femelles. Trente cinq % du poids cuit des crabes étaient de la chair comestibles, avec 43 % du poids total de chair contenu dans les pinces.

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1990-01-01
2015-05-30

Affiliations: 1: Southern Fisheries Research Centre, P.O. Box 76, Deception Bay, Queensland, Australia, 4508

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