Bairdi vs opilio crab

Commercially Important Crabs - Seafood Watch

Commercially Important Crabs . Paralithodes camtschaticus (red king crab) Paralithodes platypus (blue king crab) Paralithodes brevipes (spiny brown king crab) Lithodes aequispinus (golden king crab) Chionoecetes opilio (opilio snow crab) Chionoecetes bairdi (Tanner snow crab) Chionoecetes angulatus (triangle tanner crab) Chionoecetes japonicus

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November 16th,2019

FRESH! Bairdi Snow Crab - Fortune Fish and Gourmet

FRESH! Bairdi Snow. Crab. Description: There are two species of snow crab, chionoecetes bairdi and chionoecetes opilio. The Bairdi is the larger of the two species reaching sizes of 3 to 5 pounds while the opilio only reaches 1.5 to 2.5 pounds. The Bairdi Snow Crab is also marketed under the trade name “Tanner Crab”.

November 16th,2019

Commercially Important Crabs - Seafood Watch

Commercially Important Crabs . Paralithodes camtschaticus (red king crab) Paralithodes platypus (blue king crab) Paralithodes brevipes (spiny brown king crab) Lithodes aequispinus (golden king crab) Chionoecetes opilio (opilio snow crab) Chionoecetes bairdi (Tanner snow crab) Chionoecetes angulatus (triangle tanner crab) Chionoecetes japonicus

November 16th,2019

Retained Catch Sampling in Bering Sea – Aleutian Islands ...

of crab during the offload • Offloaders directed to throw a set number of crab per throw-King crab – 2 -Snow & Tanner crab – 4 • Scale weight is recorded for each brailer as it is lifted out of the tank • Total number of crab in 3 brailers:-RKC ~500 – 700 crab -GKC ~800 – 1000 crab-Opilio ~2500 – 3500 crab-Bairdi ~1400 – 1700 crab

November 16th,2019

SHELLFISH

OPILIO SNOW CRAB Chionoecetes opilio COONSTRIPE SHRIMP Pandalus hypsinotis BLUE KING CRAB Paralithodes platypus BAIRDI SNOW (TANNER) CRAB Chionoecetes bairdi NORTHERN SHRIMP Pandalus borealis DUNGENESS CRAB Metacarcinus magister SIDESTRIPE SHRIMP Pandalopsis dispar RED KING CRAB Paralithodes camtschatica PACIFIC OYSTER Crassostrea gigas or ...

November 16th,2019

Estimating Unobserved Mortality of Chionoecetes sp. Due to ...

the puzzle for managers to use to more accurately manage the crab and groundfish fisheries sustainably. • To estimate the percentage of unobserved mortality of Chionoecetes bairdi (Tanner crab) and C. opilio (snow crab) after encounters with bottom trawls. • To determine if modifications to sweeps and footropes reduce unobserved mortality.

November 16th,2019

Factors Affecting Historical Red King Crab Recruitment ...

focused on Bering Sea stocks, mainly red king crab and Tanner crab Chionoecetes bairdi in Bristol Bay and snow crab Chionoecetes opilio in the eastern Bering Sea (Zheng and Kruse 2000).

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