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The scalloped spiny lobster Panulirus homarus supports numerous traditional diving, trap and trammel net fisheries in the Western Indian Ocean. Commercial catches made in 2003 to 2005 in the Arabian Sea region of Oman (a coastline of ~1100 km, comprising Dhofar and Al-Wusta) were sampled for length and sex composition, and female reproductive condition. On average, lobsters caught in Dhofar were larger than in Al-Wusta, and length-based estimates of growth parameters, size at maturity anddoi:10.4314/wiojms.v6i2.48235 fatcat:mvhglw47yvgcjkhuawyrxl7bbi