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2 edition of New Zealand rock lobster found in the catalog.

New Zealand rock lobster

J. H. Sorensen

New Zealand rock lobster

distribution, growth, embryology and development

by J. H. Sorensen

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Published by Fisheries Division in [Wellington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Jasus edwardsii.,
    • Lobster fisheries -- New Zealand.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 32-33.

      Statement[by] J. H. Sorensen.
      SeriesNew Zealand. Marine Dept. Fisheries technical report ;, no. 29, Fisheries technical report (Wellington, N.Z.) ;, no. 29.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSH318.5 .A1A3 no. 29
      The Physical Object
      Pagination46 p.
      Number of Pages46
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5158323M
      LC Control Number74447174

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      • Undersized rock lobster. Prohibited gathering methods • You cannot possess rock lobster seaward of the high water mark in an unmeasurable state. • No spring loaded loops or lassos – hand operated only. • No spears or puncturing devices – it is an offence to possess a speared rock lobster. • Do not remove external eggs from any. Fisheries New Zealand is seeking public feedback on proposals to allow rock lobster fishers to carry forward some or all of their uncaught Annual Catch Entitlement (ACE) into the following fishing.

        rock lobster industry frustrated by changes Daryl Sykes, Chief Executive of the New Zealand Rock Lobster Industry Council, has expressed frustration with the decisions made by Minister for Primary Industries Nathan Guy over the issue of fish thieving.   In a statement, the New Zealand Rock Lobster Industry Council welcomed the decision to allow some crayfish to be returned to the ocean. "Return of lobsters to the sea may be a useful option, particularly if those lobsters are available to harvest in the future through the carry-forward of unused entitlements," the statement said.


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Jasus edwardsii, the southern rock lobster, red rock lobster, or spiny rock lobster, is a species of spiny lobster found throughout coastal waters of southern Australia and New Zealand including the Chatham species is commonly called crayfish or crays in both Australia and New Zealand and kōura in Māori.

They resemble lobsters, but lack the large characteristic pincers on the Family: Palinuridae. Red rock lobster is also called: Koura papatea, crayfish, spiny rock lobster and rock lobster. Widely known in New Zealand as crayfish where it is considered a delicacy and fetches a high price.

Live crayfish are exported overseas by air. They are caught both. Two species of rock lobsters are taken in New Zealand coastal waters. The red rock lobster (Jasus edwardsii) supports nearly all the landings and is caught all around the North and South Islands, Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands.

The packhorse rock lobster (Sagmariasus verreauxi) is taken mainly in the north of the North Island. A request by the New Zealand Rock Lobster Industry Council for approval to carry over uncaught Friday 14 February Read more > Industry committed to a no-harm seabird policy.

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Two species are taken by the fishery for rock lobsters: the red rock lobster Jasus edwardsii and the green or packhorse rock lobster Jasus verreauxi. The latter species is abundant only inFile Size: KB. Spiny lobsters are among the world's most valuable and highly prized seafoods, captured and marketed in over 90 countries.

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