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Eight Major Target Species in World Seamount Fisheries
A. Orange roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus) is a globally distributed deepwater ambush carnivore. It is slow growing (to about 75 cm) and very long lived (up to 150 years old). This fish was one of the first seamount fish species to be exploited and was historically heavily overfished. It is now listed as threatened in Australian waters. The current annual global reported catch is about 75,000 tonnes, and the true catch is likely to be at least 30% more than this figure. C. The cardinalfishdoi:10.5670/oceanog.2010.92 fatcat:fpfkmjzb7jdkvnogqwi6aemzsm