Status of Australian Fish Stocks Reports
The Status of Australian Fish Stocks Reports have been produced every two years since 2012. The Reports provide independent status assessments of 148 wild-caught Australian species.
In 2020, over one hundred of Australia’s fisheries scientists were involved in producing the reports. Every species report in the 2020 edition has been anonymously peer reviewed by at least one independent expert.
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Specific reports looking at different groupings
JurisdictionReports for each state or territory jurisdiction.
MolluscsMolluscs are invertebrate animals that includes the clams, calamari, squid, octopi and snails.
CrustaceansCrustaceans are a group of animals that include crabs, shrimps, prawns, lobsters and crayfish.
SharksSharks are a subgroup of cartilaginous fishes; usually large, fast swimming, fish-shaped predators.
FinfishFinfish are a vertebrate animals that have gills and live in water.