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Pêche

La meilleure qualité et la quantité des espèces dans la mer des Açores.

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Espèces de la mer des Açores

Alfonsim

Beryx splendens

Principais artes de pesca: Palangre de fundo.

Estatuto de conservação: embora os mananciais locais pareçam relativamente saudáveis, o seu estado de conservação poderá ser afectado pelo aumento do esforço de pesca em profundidade.

Balane des Açores

Megabalanus azoricus

Principal fishing methods: gathering.

Conservation status: azorean barnacles are overexploited in many coastal areas.

Baliste cabri

Balistes capriscus

Principal fishing methods: coastal pole-and-line.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

Bécune bouche jaune

Sphyraena viridensis

Principal fishing methods: trolling, principally at night or during twilight hours.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

Béryx

Beryx decadactylus

Principal fishing methods: bottom longline.

Conservation status: although local stocks appear to be healthy, it is likely that this species will prove to be sensitive if deepwater fishing effort increases.

Carangue dentue

Pseudocaranx dentex

Principal fishing methods: handline.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

Cernier

Polyprion americanus

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: although local stocks appear to be healthy, they have shown some signs of decline.

Chinchard du large

Trachurus trachurus

Principal fishing methods: traditional lift net and bottom longline (adults).

Conservation status: stocks in the Azores appear to be healthy, with annual oscillations in abbundance.

Clavelade

Raja clavata

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: although local stocks appear to be healthy, this species has been red-listed by the IUCN as being threatened in the N. Atlantic.

Congre d’Europe

Conger conger

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: there is no immediate concern as to the status of this species in the Azores however, locally caught conger eels have been allocated a minimum commercial size of 58 cm, according to national legislation.

Encornet veiné

Logilo forbesi

Principal fishing methods: handline fishing with jigs.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

Espadon

Xiphias gladius

Principal fishing methods: surface longline.

Conservation status: locally caught swordfish have been allocated a minimum commercial size of 125 cm or 25 kg. Atlantic stocks are overexploited.

Germon

Thunnus alalunga

Principal fishing methods: pole-and-line and surface longline and offshore .

Conservation status: red listed as Near Threatened (NT) by the IUCN for the North Atlantic. There is reason for concern as to the status of this species.

Grande cigale

Scyllarides latus

Principal fishing methods: gathering and trap fish.

Conservation status: Mediterranean slipper lobsters have a minimum commercial size of 17 cm (measured from the eye to the root of the tail) and a closed season between May 1st and August 31st has been implemented. This species is overexploited in some areas.

Grondin rouge

Aspitrigla cuculus

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline fishing.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

Langouste rouge

Palinurus elephas

Principal fishing methods: trap fishing.

Conservation status: Common spiny lobsters have been allocated a minimum commercial size of 9,5 cm (carapace length) and a closed season between January 1st and March 31st for females and from 1 October to 31 December for both sexes.

Maquereau espagnol

Scomber japonicus

Principal fishing methods: bottom longline and handline.

Conservation status: although there is no immediate concern as to the status of this species in the Azores, chub mackerel have been allocated a minimum commercial size of 20 cm, according to national legislation.

Mérou noir

Epinephelus marginatus

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: although restrictions have been enforced to prevent divers from spearfishing for dusky groupers in the Azores since 1983, there is still concern as to the status of this species.

Mostelle de roche

Phycis phycis

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

Muge à grosses lèvres

Chelon labrosus

Principal fishing methods: coastal and trap net fishing.

Conservation status: Although local stocks appear healthy, thick lipped grey mullet are classified as least concern (LC) on the IUCN Red List for threatened species.

Murène de la Méditerranée

Muraena helena

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

Ormeau tuberculeux

Haliotis coccinea

Principal fishing methods: gathering.

Conservation status: known to be very sensitive to an intensive exploitation.

Pageot rose

Pagellus bogaraveo

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: although local stocks appear to be healthy, this species may prove to be sensitive as deepwater fishing effort increases and has been allocated a minimum commercial size of 25 cm and a TAC of 1116 tones/year.

Pagre commun

Pagrus pagrus

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: although there is no immediate concern as to the status of this species, locally caught common seabream have been allocated a minimum commercial size of 20 cm.

Patelle rude

Patella aspera

Principal fishing methods: gathering.

Conservation status: rough azorean limpets have been allocated a minimum commercial size of 5 cm and a closed season between October 1st and April 30th. This species has been overexploited in all areas of distribution.

Perroquet

Sparisoma cretense

Principal fishing methods: handline and hand operated gillnet.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy in most areas.

Perroquet

Sparisoma cretense

Principal fishing methods: handline and hand operated gillnet.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy in most areas.

Poisson limon

Seriola dumerili

Principal fishing methods: coastal pole-and-line and trolling with live bait.

Conservation status: atlantic stocks appear to be healthy.

Pulpo común

Octopus vulgaris

Principal fishing methods: gathering and trap fishing.

Conservation status: although local stocks appear healthy, Common octopus have been allocated a minimum weight of 750 g.

Rascasse du fond

Helicolenus dactylopterus

Principal fishing methods: handline and deepwater longline.

Conservation status: although sampling indicates that the average size has declined notably during the last fifteen years, there is currently no reason for concern as to the status of this species.

Rascasse du large

Pontinus kuhlii

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: there is no immediate concern as to the status of this species.

 

Rascasse rouge

Scorpaena scrofa

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: although local stocks appear to be healthy, this species may prove sensitive as fishing effort increases.

Rouffe imperial

Schedophilus ovalis

Principal fishing methods: hand line and bottom longline fishing.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

Rouget de roche

Mullus surmuletus

Principal fishing methods: fish traps.

Conservation status: although there is no immediate concern as to the status of this species, locally caught red mullet have been allocated a minimum commercial size of 15 cm.

Rouvet

Ruvettus pretiosus

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy, but it is a species not well studied.

Sabre argenté

Lepidopus caudatus

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: although once considered plentiful in the Azores, local silver scabbardfish stocks showed a sudden decline in the late 1990’s and have still yet to recover.

Sabre noir

Aphanopus carbo

Principal fishing methods: handline and deepwater longline.

Conservation status: Local stocks appear to be healthy and are considered as being “virgin stocks”.

Saint Pierre

Zeus faber

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy, but it is a species not well studied.

Saupe

Sarpa salpa

Principal fishing methods: tangle netting.

Conservation status: although local stocks appear to be healthy, salemas have been allocated a minimum commercial size of 18 cm in accordance with national legislation.

Serran à queue noire

Serranus atricauda

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

Sonneur commun

Epigonus telescopus

Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy but, due to its biological charactheristics, they might be sensitive to an increase of the fishing effort.

Tassergal

Pomatomus saltatrix

Principal fishing methods: coastal trolling and coastal pole-and-line fishing.

Conservation status: atlantic stocks appear to be healthy.

Taupe bleu

Isurus oxyrinchus

Principal fishing methods: surface longline.

Conservation status: the Mako shark has been red listed by the IUCN for the North Atlantic. There is good reason for concern as to the status of this species.

Thon obèse

Thunnus obesus

Principal fishing methods: pole-and-line and surface longline.

Conservation status: although big-eye tuna have not been red listed by the IUCN for the North Atlantic, concern does exist as to the status of this species. Locally caught bigeye tuna have been allocated a minimum commercial size of 3.2 kg.

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