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TITLE 50—Wildlife and Fisheries

CHAPTER II—NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE, NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

SUBCHAPTER C—MARINE MAMMALS

PART 223—THREATENED MARINE AND ANADROMOUS SPECIES

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§223.101
Purpose and scope.
§223.102
Enumeration of threatened marine and anadromous species.
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Subpart B—RESTRICTIONS APPLICABLE TO THREATENED MARINE AND ANADROMOUS SPECIES

§223.201
Guadalupe fur seal.
§223.202
[Reserved]
§223.203
Anadromous fish.
§223.204
Tribal plans.
§223.205
Sea turtles.
§223.206
Exceptions to prohibitions relating to sea turtles.
§223.207
Approved TEDs.
§223.208
Corals.
§223.209
[Reserved]
§223.210
Green sturgeon.
§223.211
Atlantic sturgeon.
§223.212
Southern DPS of spotted seal.
§§223.213-223.300
[Reserved]
§223.301
Special rules—marine and anadromous fishes.
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Figures 1-2 to Part 223 [Reserved]
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Figure 3 to Part 223—Matagorda TED
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Figure 4 to Part 223—Georgia TED
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Figure 5 to Part 223—Net Diagram for the Excluder Panel of the Parker Soft TED
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Figure 6 to Part 223—TED Extension in Summer Flounder Trawl
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Figures 7-9b to Part 223 [Reserved]
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Figure 10 to Part 223—Flounder TED
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Figure 11 to Part 223—Modified Flounder TED
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Figure 12 to Part 223—Escape Opening & Cover Dimensions for 71-inch TED
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Figure 13 to Part 223—Single Grid Hard TED Escape Opening
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Figures 14a and 14b to Part 223—Maximum Angle of Deflector Bars With Straight Bars Attached to the Bottom of the Frame and Maximum Angle of Deflector Bars With Bent Bars Attached to the Bottom of the Frame
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Figure 15 to Part 223—Weedless TED Brace Bar Description
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Figure 16 to Part 223—Escape Opening and Flap Dimensions for the Double Cover Flap TED
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Figure 17 to Part 223—Boone Wedge Cut Escape Opening
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Figures 18a, 18b and 18c to Part 223—Large Frame TED Escape Opening; Minimum Dimensions Using All-Bar Cuts (Triangular Cuts); Large Frame TED Escape Opening; Minimum Dimensions Using All-Bar Cuts and Leading Edge Cut; Large Frame TED Escape Opening; Minimum Dimensions Using All-Points Side Cuts (Rectangular Cut)
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Figures 19a and 19b to Part 223—Chauvin Shrimp Deflector Installation Details


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