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ANCHOR. A measure containing ten gallons. Lex, Mereatoria.

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The second identification method was a standard, numbered t-bar anchor tag (TBA-1 Hallprint, Australia).
Because the anchor tag was removed as part of the reporting procedure, for most individuals, only a single recapture record existed.
In addition, two other types of dorsal loop tags (both closed by knotting the ends of the tubing, and one having a clear outer covering) and an internal anchor tag (5/16 by 1-1/4 inches, with a 3" streamer as described by Topp [1963]) were used.
McFarlane and Beamish (1986) reported preliminary results for the modified tag used in the present study compared to Petersen disc tags and Floy anchor tags. In contrast to the Petersen disc tag, the Floy anchor tag was quickly abraded and lost.
We measured their fork length (mm) and inserted an individually numbered Floy FD68 anchor tag into the connective tissue just below the anterior base of the first dorsal fin.
Siddons, Pegg, and their team had placed T-bar anchor tags near the dorsal fin of 15,849 catfish averaging 21 inches long and up to 39 inches.
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