First estimates of age, growth, and maturity of boarfish (capros aper): a species newly exploited in the northeast atlantic
Nolan, C. P.
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White, E. Minto, C.; Nolan, C. P.; King, E.; Mullins, E.; Clarke, M. (2010). First estimates of age, growth, and maturity of boarfish (capros aper): a species newly exploited in the northeast atlantic. ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 (1), 61-66
Boarfish in the Northeast Atlantic have recently been exploited commercially for fishmeal. It is a sexually dimorphic species with an estimated maximum age of 26 years, late age at maturity (A(50) = 5.25 years), relatively fast rate of growth (K = 0.186 year(-1)), and a small asymptotic length (L(infinity) = 128.9 mm).