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Historical Annual Catch Limit Monitoring under the Queen Conch Fishery Management Plan

The preliminary annual landings in the table below correspond to the queen conch ACL set under the 2010 ACL Amendment to the Caribbean Fishery Management Council’s Queen Conch Fishery Management Plan, which was effective 1996 - 2022.

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