Moreover, with the decline of large yellow croaker, small yellow croaker, hairtail
, and other economic species resources in the 1980s, the development of S.
Chen Marine now exports seafood products, such as shrimp, cuttlefish, and large-head hairtail
to China and Taiwan.
argentinae (Luque et al., 2002), lane snapper Lutjanus synagris (Cavalcanti et al., 2013), mutton snapper Lutjanus analis (Hermida et al., 2014), blue runner Caranx crysos, castin leatherjacket Oligoplites saliens and largehead hairtail
Trichiurus lepturus (Carvalho-Souza et al., 2009), and the former have reported by the first time its occurrence in the Baia de Cotegipe, Bahia, Northeast Brazil.
A spatial analysis of trophic composition: a case study of hairtail
(Trichiurus japonicus) in the East China Sea.
"At this time of year the area is used as wintering ground by common edible species such as hairtail
, yellow croaker, chub mackerel and blue crab," Greenpeace said."The area is also on the migratory pathway of many marine mammals, such as humpback whale, right whale and gray whale." The tanker was carrying more than 1 million barrels of condensate, an extremely light crude oil, to South Korea when it collided with the freighter.
"At this time of year the area is used as a wintering ground by common edible species such as hairtail
, yellow croaker, chub mackerel and blue crab," Greenpeace said in a statement on Monday.
For example  pointed out that mackerel, bigeye scad, chicken grunt and largehead hairtail
showed negative correlation with SST.
So, while it is unlikely that an adult gazelle would eat a baby lion, an adult sardine certainly would eat a young largehead hairtail
, a predatory species that is one of China's most-common catches.
The cutlassfish or largehead hairtail
Trichiurus lepturus Linnaeus, 1758 is a marine fish widely distributed throughout the world (FAO, 2005; FROESE; PAULY, 2013).
* The top ten species that contributed most to global catches were anchoveta, Alaska pollack, skipjack tuna, Atlantic herring, blue whiting, chub mackerel, Chilean jack mackerel, Japanese anchovy, largehead hairtail
and yellow fin tuna.