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Pink Lobster, Palinurus mauritanicus (Gruvel, 1911), from the Mauritanian Coast: Elements of Biology and Exploitation

Pink Lobster, Palinurus mauritanicus (Gruvel, 1911), from the Mauritanian Coast: Elements of Biology and Exploitation

Dia Mamadou1,2*, Meissa Beyah1, Sow Amadou Harouna1, Ba Samba Alassane1, Bouzouma Moustapha1, Braham Cheikh Baye1 and Beibou Ely1

1Institut Mauritanien de Recherche Océanographique et des Pêches, Mauritania
2Unité Ecobiologie Marine Environnement Santé et Nutrition (EBIOMESN), Mauritania

*      Corresponding author: madou.mr@gmail.com

Fig. 1.

Seeded female observed in 2015.

Fig. 2.

Sex distribution according to size of pink spiny lobster.

Fig. 3.

Pink lobster male moulting in June 2015.

Fig. 4.

Annual evolution of effort catches in the pink lobster fishery.

Fig. 5.

Catch per unit effort of pink lobster.

Fig. 6.

Annual evolution of the demographic structure of the pink lobster landed in Nouadhibou between 2015 and 2018.

Fig. 7.

Annual change in the average length of pink lobster landed between 2015 and 2018.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

February

Vol. 54, Iss. 1, Pages 1-501

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