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    • Ltd Nephrops norvegicus ( Linnaeus, 1758)Species Description;Fishing Description;Fishery data analysis:Whole...Tail, history, changes and challenges. Prepared by Miguel Ferreira Neto May, 2011
    • Biology & Life cycle: Distribution & Habitat: Norway Lobster; Dublin Prawn; Langoustines Adult body length between 8 and 24 cm. Ovigerous Females (Carry eggs). Mating around July the eggs spawn Aug/Sep & are carried 9 months, Hatching April/ May. Berried Females . Larvae develop in the plankton & only settle on the seabed 6-8 weeks after spawning. Males are generally larger than females. Discontinuous growth due to successive molts (Changing of the shell). Rapid growth when soft. Soft mud =Low density but fast growth. Larger. Sandy mud =High density, slow growth. Smaller. A scavenger & non-selective predator. Diets on North Eastern side of the detritus, crustaceans, molluscs, worms, & others. Atlantic Central & Western Mediterranean regions. Muddy/sandy bottoms. 20 to 800 metres deep. Primarily nocturnal.
    • Main Behaviour trait affecting fishing: The Burrow is my house Sustainability Norway Lobster lives in small burrows (with 2 or more openings) up to 30cm deep. Trawling (main fishing method) is generally unable to catch burrowed individuals. They emerge from burrows generally to feed & mate. Light plays a major part on thetiming. Higher catches at dusk & dawn suggest it is then it occurs. Jun-Sep = 50%. Females are berried for 9 months & spend most of the time inside their burrows.Therefore they are generally protected from trawlers. Males dominate catches.
    • Fishing methods, w ork on board and product destination: OTTER TRAWLING. Norway Lobster tailed at sea. Twin & Single. Product destination = SCAMPI The catch being lifted: Only commercially viable fishing method that delivers required volume. Single rig Trawl Twin rig Trawl The catch being sorted: Norway Lobster landed whole. Product destination = EXPORT CREELING. Traps containing bait. Very selective. Delivers low volume but of high importance for high end restaurants.
    • North Atlantic Nephrops Landings ( I CES)80000 Nephrops landed/ year ( Ton Of liveweight) for last 60 years (1950-2009 )70000600005000040000300002000010000 0 Rest of Europe UK Landings (ENG/WAL/NI) Scottish Landings Total Nephrops landings Linear (Total Nephrops landings)
    • FI SHERY DATA ANALYSI S:North Atlantic Nephrops Landings ( I CES) = > Average for 2007 - 2009 2007- 4,360 (6%) 31,897-47% of total & 73% of the UK 43,647 (64%) Rest of Europe 6,399 (9%) 8,559 (13%) 5,176 (8%)
    • UK Landings by group & relation to Nephrops (MMO) => 1994 to 2009 VOLUME350.0 Sharp decrease on landings of Demersal species in300.0 the late-90 s, possible signs of slight recovery recently.250.0 Sharp decrease on landings of Pelagic species in the200.0 late-90 s, followed by a good recovery , but there is a150.0 noticeable downward trend since 2005.100.0 Shellfish landings have remained relatively stable through this period with a ever so slight upward trend. 50.0 - NEPHROPS: = > Stable landings, low impact. 1994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009 ... Last 5 years: Quantity (000 tonnes) Circa 10% overall landings. Total Demersal Total Pelagic Total Shellfish Nephrops Circa 30% of the Shellfish landings. Also Sharp value decrease on landings of Demersal VALUE species , signs of recovery recently.350.0300.0 Noticeable stability on value of landings for Pelagic250.0 species for a long period and showing an upward trend200.0 since the turn of the century.150.0 Shellfish value of landings overtook Demersal in100.0 2003, had a sharp rise, now on a downward trend. 50.0 - NEPHROPS: = > Upw ard trend, looks the most 1994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009 affected w ith recession, overall high impact. ... Last 5 years: Value (£ million) Circa 20% overall landings. Total Demersal Total Pelagic Total Shellfish Nephrops Circa 45% of the Shellfish landings.
    • UK Landings ( MMO) = > TOP 10 by Volume & Value of recent past ( sum of 2006 to 2009) VOLUME VALUE Rest of Blue Pelagic Whiting 3% 4% Crabs Rest of Lobsters 6% Pelagic Mackerel 6% 3% 22% Rest of NephropsScallops Shellfish 22% 7% Crabs 6% 7%Haddock Monks or 8% Anglers 7% Rest of Rest of Rest of Demersal Demersal Shellfish 19% Haddock 21% 10% 7% Mackerel Nephrops Herring Scallops 13% 10% 11% 8%
    • UK SHELLFI SH LANDI NGS ( MMO) = > % by Volume and Value for the period 1994 to 2009 VOLUME VALUE Shrimps Shrimps 100%100% and Prawns and Prawns Other 90% Other90% Shellfish Shellfish Cuttlefish 80% Cuttlefish80%70% Squid 70% Squid60% Cockles 60% Cockles50% 50% Lobsters Lobsters40% 40% Mussels Mussels30% 30% Whelks Whelks20% 20% Crabs Crabs10% 10% Scallops Scallops 0% 0% Nephrops Nephrops
    • Other interesting data since the start of the 21 st century in 3 year intervals Other fishing data 2000 2003 2006 2009No. Fleet (UK <10m) 5273 5113 5203 5021No.Fleet (UK >10m) 1969 1622 1549 1479Employed (Total No) 15649 13122 12934 12212Days at sea (Sum of all) 343,930 278,756 218,891 213,413Effort (Kw Days at sea) - millions 141.6 117.2 88.6 80.6 Commercial data 2000 2003 2006 2009Household consumption (000ton) 443 485 525 519Total seafood IMPORTS (000ton) 550 632 754 720Total seafoods EXPORTS (000ton) 365 480 416 479Shellfish IMPORTS (000ton) 93 110 117 115Shellfish EXPORTS (000ton) 87 108 105 96 TAC DATA for Nephrops 2000 2003 2006 2009Quota 34132 30904 50918 53132Uptake % 83% 90% 81% 79%
    • UK NEPHROPS ( SEAFI SH) = > Volume landed of Tails/ Whole for the period 2006 to 2010, expressed as Liveweight and also productweight. productweight. 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL LIVEWEIGHT 40,985 44,125 30,279 35,894 38,109 TOTAL PRODUCTWEIGHT 24,591 26,475 17,858 21,753 24,762WHOLE (Weight in ton 16,394 17,650 11,648 14,683 18,088 WHOLE (Weight in ton 16,394 17,650 11,648 14,683 18,088 and %) 40% 40% 38% 41% 47% and %) 67% 67% 65% 67% 73%TAIL (Weight in ton and 24,591 26,475 18,631 21,210 20,022 8,197 8,825 6,210 7,070 6,674 TAIL (Weight in ton and %) %) 60% 60% 62% 59% 53% 33% 33% 35% 33% 27%UK NEPHROPS ( SEAFI SH) = > Port Price of Tails UK NEPHROPS ( SEAFI SH) = > Evaluation of& Whole for the last 3 years up to March/ 2011. Landings by month from 2008 to March/2011.Government Seafish reported ACTUAL Nephrops Port Landed Prices for the last 3 1,200 year Apr/2008 to Mar/2011£5.00 1,000£4.50 800£4.00 600£3.50£3.00 400£2.50 200 Apr-08 Feb-09 Apr-09 Feb-10 Apr-10 Feb-11 Jun-08 Aug-08 Oct-08 Dec-08 Jun-09 Aug-09 Oct-09 Dec-09 Jun-10 Aug-10 Oct-10 Dec-10 - JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC GOV TAIL price (£/Kg) GOV WHOLE price (£/Kg) 2008 2009 2010 2011
    • UK landings/ area ( productw eight ) for 2009,2010 and 2011 so far. eight) WHOLE LANGOUSTINES TAILS OF LANGOUSTINES8055 72% 3188 28%9353 78% 2568 22%1887 80% E 466 20% 3531 70% w 1483 30% 2831 59% 1941 41% 1171 78% 323 22%1366 42% 1918 58%1562 46% 1844 54%476 61% 306 39% 481 22% 1731 78% 322 19% 1356 81% 31 6% 452 94%
    • FACTS/TRENDS: IMPORTANCE: Reduction of: Fishing fleet. The most valuable UK fishery. Crew members. By very far the largest on shellfish. No of Days at sea/effort. Dependency of smaller communities on it, Nephrops catches, since 2007. especially the ones that have the <10m fleet, The % of Nephrops tails landed. that consistently deliver the highest product Increase of: freshness. Seafood consumption Sustainable fishery, MSC on the way. Whole langoustines landed. A species that is highly regarded as one of a Price for the last year. kind, with enormous commercial potential, that delivers on many product tiers. Maximise growth.WHAT IS HAPPENING?: POSSIBLE ACTIONS NEEDED: WHY THE RECENT DECLINE (price is as Extra assessments of Natural Stocks.good as ever): Evaluate benefits of area/month closures. Industry NEEDS stability, we cannot Is MSC a real measure on sustainability? over fish then strangle the supply. Price. Need support from the industry. Expensive to go out to sea for the very New Market avenues. low return...low landings VS fuel prices. More effort needed in research. Are natural stocks worse than More consumer awareness required, especially expected? the UK Broaden offering of different product Closure of large fishing areas in the NE. types. How to maximise the quota uptake.
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