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European Fishery MLS

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In European Union member states, there exists a standard set of minimum landing sizes (MLS) for all major species of finfish and shellfish. These MLS are set under EU Council Regulation 850/98.

Species Image MLS[1] MLS Skagerrak/Kattegat
  • Cod
  • Gadus morhua
350 mm 300 mm
300 mm 270 mm
  • Saithe (Coalfish)
  • Pollachius virens
350 mm 300 mm
300 mm
270 mm 300 mm
200 mm 250 mm
  • Sole
  • Soleidae or solea
240 mm 240 mm
270 mm 270 mm
270 mm 230 mm
630 mm
700 mm
  • Bass
  • Dicentrarchus labrax
420 mm
85 mm[2] 130 (40) mm [3]
200 mm (300 mm in North Sea) 200 mm
200 mm 180 mm
150 mm 150 mm
110 mm
87 mm[4] 220 mm (78 mm)
Male: 130 mm

Female: 120 mm

40 mm
40 mm
38 mm
35 mm
40 mm
60 mm
100 mm
25 mm
25 mm
65 mm
45 mm
750 grams
1250 mm or 25 kg lower mandible
700 mm or 6.4 kg
95 mm
  • Deepwater rose shrimp
  • Parapenaeus longirostris [es]
22 mm[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Minimum Conservation Reference Sizes (MCRS) in UK waters". GOV.UK. Retrieved 2019-10-29.
  2. ^ There are various MLS for prawns depending on the area in which they are caught. Common MLS are carapace lengths of 25 mm or 20 mm combined with a total length of 85 mm or 70 mm. See here Archived 2006-12-09 at the Wayback Machine for full details.
  3. ^ The MLS for prawns is a minimum total length of 130 mm with a minimum carapace length of 40 mm.
  4. ^ a b Size given is for minimum carapace length. No minimum total length is stipulated.


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