South Pacific hake

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The South Pacific hake lives in the bathydemersal, oceanodromous, marine, depth range 50 - 500 m environment.

Meanwhile, the South Pacific hake quota was set at 139,500 tonnes, with 610 tonnes allocated for research, 90,278 tonnes for the industrial fleet and 48,611 tonnes for artisanal fishermen. More

knowledge to prevent the fishery of South Pacific hake” said the official emphasizing all decisions are based on sound research and regulations allow for the implementation of necessary controls. (FIS/MP).- Satellite control system in Tierra del Fuego. More

Catches from the Peruvian stock of South Pacific hake have been very variable, with more than 300 000t in 1978 and 235 000t in 1996, and declining to 42 000t in 2002. More

Amongst the demersals, the South Pacific hake has also shown large recruitment variability associated with "El Ni More

Common names

Chilensk Kummel in Swedish (Svenska)
Descada in Spanish (español)
Hake in English
Huaycuya in Spanish (español)
Merlango in Spanish (español)
Merlu du Pacifique sud in French (français)
Merluza in sp
Merluza in Spanish (español)
Merluza del Pacífico sur in Spanish (español)
Merluza pelada in Spanish (español)
Morszczuk peruwianski in Polish (polski)
Pacific hake in English
Peje Palo in Spanish (español)
Peruvian hake in English
pescada in Spanish (español)
Pescadilla in Spanish (español)
Silver hake in English
South Pacific hake in English
秘魯無鬚鱈 in Mandarin Chinese
秘鲁无须鳕 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Gadiformes
Family : Merlucciidae
Genus : Merluccius
Species : Merluccius gayi peruanus
Authority : Ginsburg, 1954