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Freshwater fish market at Phatumthanee province, Thailand

Credit:Wanna Thawinwan (Thailand) The photos show fish displays in a freshwater fish market located at Phatumthanee province, Central of Thailand. Based on consumer preference, tilapia is a key species in the market. Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its clarity. However, we trust you will notify us if you wish …

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Display of common snook, Centropomus undecimalis fillets in fish retail shops in the public market of Santa Marta (Colombia)

Credit: Glenda Vélez Calabria (Colombia)                                                   Description:Abdel Rahman El Gamal and Glenda Vélez Calabria Common snook (Centropomus undecimalis) are also known as robalo, linesiders, sergeant fish as well as soap fish. In the …

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A display of fish in the fish market “Feskekorka”, Gotemburg (Sweden)

Credit: Gabriel Salvo (Chile) This photo was taken in the fish market “Feskekorka”, Gotemburg (Sweden). Fish shown in the display includes salmon, merluza (South Pacific hake) and monkfish. Note:  We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its clarity. However, we trust you will notify us if you wish to use a …

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Displays in fish retail shops in the public market of Santa Marta (Colombia) 3 and 4 – In Spanish/English

Credit: Glenda Vélez Calabria (Colombia) Las fotografías las tomé el 11 de agosto, 2012 a eso de las 6 am en el mercado público de Santa Marta (Colombia). (These photos were taken on 11 August, 2012 in the public market of Santa Marta (Colombia) Las especies de que aparecen en las fotos son: (Species that …

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Displays in fish retail shops in the public market of Santa Marta (Colombia) 1 and 2 – In Spanish/English

Credit: Glenda Vélez Calabria (Colombia) Las fotografías las tomé el 11 de agosto, 2012 a eso de las 6 am en el mercado público de Santa Marta (Colombia). (These photos were taken on 11 August, 2012 in the public market of Santa Marta (Colombia) Las especies de que aparecen en las fotos son: (Species that …

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Tilapia marketing and pricing trend in Malawi

Credit: Gaves Mulaleya (Malawi) Tilapias are the most valuable fish species in Malawi and its price is sharply increasing with more than 30% growing rate. Fresh tilapia currently fetches up to MK 200/kg (USD 2/kg) in the city market. While, small dried fishes, such as Matemba are most popular in the villages and its prices …

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Marketing of fish landed by small-scale fishermen in Malawi

Credit: Gaves Mulaleya (Malawi) The processing of fish by small-scale fishers in Malawi is rudimentary. The distribution and marketing of fish is complex but appears to be efficient. The bulk of the fish landed by small-scale fishermen is smoked or sun-dried as shown in the photos while the remainder of fish landed is sold in …

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A typical fish market in Banito city, Unity state (South Sudan)

Credit: Juma Frezar (South Sudan) The two photos show a typical fish market in Banito city, Unity State (South Sudan). One of the photos shows the customers who could not find their target fresh fish as what was there was dried fish of lower consumer preference. The second photo shows a fish trader who refused to …

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Dried indigenous fish species kept in the market for selling in Nepal

Credit: Deepak Bhusal (Nepal) Dried indigenous fish species in Nepal are kept in the market for selling in backgroung Malekhu Bazzar which is attached with highway and also to the Trishuli River which is the rich source of indigenous fish species. Excess of fish is sundried and kept in the market for selling. Fish species used …

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