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Fig. 2 | Animal Biotelemetry

Fig. 2

From: Movements, habitat utilization, and post-release survival of cobia (Rachycentron canadum) that summer in Virginia waters assessed using pop-up satellite archival tags

Fig. 2

A map showing the first location reported by each tag. Each point represents one cobia tagged in Virginia waters, color-coded by its month of tag report. The orange (November) location marked with an asterisk (*) is the location marked by the X-Tag that floated on the surface for 4-days prior to giving this first location; it was likely near the continental shelf edge offshore of Wilmington, NC when it separated from its specimen. The purple (March) location marked with an asterisk (*) is the first location given by the PTT-100 that floated for 13 days before being located; it is difficult to approximate the drift trajectory, although it is reasonable to infer that the fish was southwest of this point prior to tag release

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