Screen 4: Reference data detail for: EMW-63 (reference id: 2 )

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EMW idEMW ref. idFAO species categorySpeciesScientific nameLower EMW (g)Upper EMW (g)Reference indicates lower or upper EMW figure?EMW MethodSimilar species EMW idLength-weight calculations*** Fish Size Quote ****** Explanatory Notes ***Link to reference (external site)Reference documentReference url (or book)Link to Species Summary (external site)Species not given ind
EMW-632Atlantic menhadenAtlantic menhadenBrevoortia tyrannus85.00455.00UpperNot applicable (see rejected reason)NONEAtlantic menhaden Brevoortia tyrannus

"One year old menhaden are about six inches long and weigh 2-3 ounces, three year old menhaden are 9-10 inches long and weigh about 0.5 pounds, and menhaden six years and older are about 1 foot long and weigh about 1 pound"

3-16oz = 85g-455g
More info.Menhaden Factsheet "The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission" websiteMore infoMore info.

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