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Intertidal shellfish monitoring in the northern North Island region, 2016–17 / K. Berkenbusch, P. Neubauer.

By: Berkenbusch, Katrin, 1966- [author.].
Contributor(s): Neubauer, Philipp [author.] | New Zealand. Ministry for Primary Industries [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand fisheries assessment report: 2017/51Publisher: Wellington : Ministry for Primary Industries, 2017.Description: 1 online resource : colour illustrations.ISBN: 9781776656813 (online).Subject(s): VENEROIDA | COCKLES | AUSTROVENUS STUTCHBURYI | PAPHIES AUSTRALIS | PIPI | MONITORING | SHELLFISH | Shellfish populations | Shellfish fisheries | NEW ZEALAND | NORTH ISLANDOnline resources: Fishheries Infosite | NIWA document server Summary: Intertidal habitats throughout New Zealand support bivalve species that are important for recreational and customary fisheries. Two of the main target species in these fisheries are cockles (tuangi/tuaki, or littleneck clam, Austrovenus stuchburyi) and pipi (Paphies australis), which inhabit a range of sheltered, sedimentary environments throughout the country. Both species frequently form extensive beds and high-density patches, with abundances of over 1000 individuals per m2 (Morton & Miller 1973, Hooker 1995).
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Intertidal habitats throughout New Zealand support bivalve species that are important for recreational and customary fisheries. Two of the main target species in these fisheries are cockles (tuangi/tuaki, or littleneck clam, Austrovenus stuchburyi) and pipi (Paphies australis), which inhabit a range of sheltered, sedimentary environments throughout the country. Both species frequently form extensive beds and high-density patches, with abundances of over 1000 individuals per m2 (Morton & Miller 1973, Hooker 1995).

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