Shrimp populations in Texas, 1973
Moffett, Alan W. and McEachron, L.W.
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In spring 1973 brown shrimp were monitored in coastal bays to predict time of the bay-to-gulf migration. White shrimp were sampled to determine if bays open to commercial shrimping harbored an abundance of undersize shrimp during late summer and fall. The results of these tests are described in this chapter.
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