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European Hake Merluccius merluccius

A

Blue Whiting Micromesistus poutassiou

P

Ling Molva molva

P

Native Oyster Ostrea edulis

P

Plaice Pleuronectes platessa

P

Undulate Ray Raja undulata

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Mackerel Scomber scombrus

P

Sole Solea vulgaris

P

Spiny Dogfish Squalus acanthias

P

Angel Shark Squatina squatina

A

Horse Mackerel Trachurus trachurus

P

Species

Present or absent in Norfolk

No. of records in database

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CEFAS, angling organisations

CEFAS

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CEFAS

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CEFAS, angling organisations

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Angling organisations

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CEFAS, angling organisations.

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CEFAS, angling organisations.

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CEFAS, angling organisations

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CEFAS, angling organisations

Recorded on Norfolk Fish List (Patterson 1933) but no modern records. ICUN Red List species. Internationally threatened – Over-exploitation and by-catch. Extinct in the North Sea. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Occurs in Norfolk coastal waters but is under recorded. Grouped plan for commercial marine fish. Declining – Over- exploitation.

Recorded on Norfolk Fish List (Patterson 1933) but no modern records. Probably under recorded in Norfolk coastal waters. Grouped plan for commercial marine fish. Marked decline in UK waters.

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    Current SAP Declining – Over-exploitation, introduced species and pollution. No modern Norfolk records. Grouped plan for commercial marine fish. The Wash is an important nursery area. Marked decline in UK waters – Over- exploitation.

Occurs in Norfolk coastal waters but is under recorded. Recorded on Norfolk Fish List (Patterson 1933) but no modern records. Internationally threatened – Over- exploitation. Now unlikely to occur in Norfolk coastal waters. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Occurs in Norfolk coastal waters but is under recorded. Grouped plan for commercial marine fish. Internationally threatened, marked decline in British waters – Over- exploitation. Occurs in Norfolk coastal waters but is under recorded. Grouped plan for commercial marine fish. Marked decline in British waters – Over-exploitation. Occurs in Norfolk coastal waters but is under recorded. Internationally threatened – Over-exploitation. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

No. of 1km squares recorded since 1980

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Possible other sources of data sets

Recorded on Norfolk Fish List (Patterson 1933) but no modern records. Considered extinct in Norfolk. Grouped plan for commercial marine fish. Declining – Over- exploitation.

Declining – Over-exploitation and by-catch. Recorded on Norfolk Fish List (Patterson 1933) but no modern records. May still occur in Norfolk coastal waters.

Other survey work completed or in progress

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