In order to determine the growth and the state of fisheries of A. The growth was estimated using the general equation of von Bertalanffy, with prior application of the methods of Bhattacharya and Powell-Wetherall. Mortality and exploitation rate were determined using the inverse model of von Bertalanffy. For the biological samplings, a total of individuals of A. In the commercial samplings, individuals of A.
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The SLFD was different between sexes for both species; females were larger than males. Subpopulations of A. The overall sex ratio was 2. Possibly, these results may be due to differential growth rate between sexes and environmental factors along the year.
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