Patagonian hake

The Patagonian hake lives in the pelagic-neritic, marine, depth range 95 - 95 m environment.

decreasing abundance of Patagonian Hake in 1990, made Patagonian Toothfish and Patagonian Grenadier the target resources. Approximately 1. More

with that of the Patagonian hake (Merluccius polylepis), from which it can hardly be distinguished from simple observation in the commercial catches. More

"The diet of Patagonian Hake and its daily rations of Patagonian Grenander", South African Journal of Marine Science, nr. 12, 1992, s. 753-760 (40) Latin American Weekly Report, 12 September 1996. More

diet of Patagonian hake Merluccius australis polylepis and its daily ration of ... Edad y crecimiento de la merluza Merluccius gayi peruanus. ... ca.wikipedia. More

black hake, Chilean hake, Patagonian hake, Cape hake, Boston hake, megrim whiffiagonis and megrim boscii. C) To develop PCR-based protocols for gene probe identification of fish eggs. More

and we too enjoyed Patagonian hake and a wide range of delicious oysters, mussels, abalone and huge spider crabs. More

indeed, Patagonian hake is regularly available in European markets at competitive prices. South of the Antarctic convergence and especially around South Georgia, Lord Shackleton indicated immense resources of krill, a shrimp-like creature measuring up to 2 ½ inches. More

Common names

Merlu de Patagonie in French (français)
Merluza patagónica in Spanish (español)
Patagonian hake in English

Order : Gadiformes
Family : Merlucciidae
Genus : Merluccius
Species : Merluccius patagonicus
Authority : Lloris & Matallanas,2003