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  • ALBACORE (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.

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  • PARROTFISH (Sparisoma cretense)

    Principal fishing methods: gillnets and handline.

    Conservation status: the source of this species looks healthy.

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  • PARROTFISH (Sparisoma cretense)

    Principal fishing methods: handline and hand operated gillnet.

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

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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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  • RED MULLET (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.

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  • SALEMA (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.

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  • SCORPIONFISH (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.

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  • MAKO SHARK (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.

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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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