Waghmare, K B and Sundaram, Sujit and Chavan, B B (2009) Utilization of head and vertebrae of Otolithoides biauritus - a new economic resource. Marine Fisheries Information Service, Technical and Extension Series (201). pp. 26-27.
Otolithoides biauritus, locally called as koth is an important resource in Maharashtra. Exploited by multi-day trawlers, the resource is abundant throughout the year with peak landings during the period of October-December, at New Ferry Wharf landing centre. These trawlers are operated at a depth of 40-60 m, 80-90 km off north-west coast. The total length of the fish in trawl landings usually ranges between 90-150 cm.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Otolithoides biauritus; economic resource|
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|Date Deposited:||13 Sep 2010 11:00|
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