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Lurdes Narciso was born in January 2004, with the same team from Maria de Lurdes da Ponte Martins Narciso, the company that started fish exportation and frozen distribution, in February 12th of 1993.

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Fishing: Great variety and quality of the Azorean sea.
Processing: Controlled and processed by our team of professionals.
Exportation: We export our products to every part of the world.

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  • THORNBACK RAY (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.

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  • AZOREAN LIMPET (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.

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  • COMMON SEABREAM (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.

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  • IMPERIAL BLACKFISH (Schedophilus ovalis)

    Principal fishing methods: hand line and bottom longline fishing.

    Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

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  • THICKLIP GREY MULLET (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.

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  • OCTOPUS (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.

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  • TUBERCULATE ABALONE (Haliotis coccinea)

    Principal fishing methods: gathering.

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

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  • BLUE JACK MACKEREL (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.

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  • GUELLY JACK (Pseudocaranx dentex)

    Principal fishing methods: handline.

    Conservation status: local stocks appear to be healthy.

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  • BLACKSPOT SEABREAM (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.

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  • OFFSHORE ROCKFISH (Pontinus kuhlii)

    Principal fishing methods: handline and bottom longline.

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

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  • SILVER SCABBARDFISH (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

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