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Title 50Chapter VIPart 665Subpart E → §665.661


Title 50: Wildlife and Fisheries
PART 665—FISHERIES IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC
Subpart E—Pacific Remote Island Area Fisheries


§665.661   Definitions.

As used in §§665.660 through 665.669:

PRIA precious coral management unit species (PRIA precious coral MUS) means any coral of the genus Corallium in addition to the following species of corals:

English
common name
Scientific name
Pink coral (also known as red coral)Corallium secundum, Corallium regale, Corallium laauense.
Gold coralGerardia spp., Callogorgia gilberti, Narella spp., Calyptrophora spp.
Bamboo coralLepidisis olapa, Acanella spp.
Black coralAntipathes dichotoma, Antipathes grandis, Antipathes ulex.

PRIA precious coral permit area means the area encompassing the precious coral beds within the EEZ around the PRIA. Each bed is designated by a permit area code and assigned to one of the following four categories:

(1) Established beds. [Reserved]

(2) Conditional beds. [Reserved]

(3) Refugia. [Reserved]

(4) Exploratory Area. Permit Area X-P-PI includes all coral beds, other than established beds, conditional beds, or refugia, in the EEZ seaward Palmyra Atoll, Kingman Reef, Jarvis Island, Baker Island, Howland Island, Johnston Atoll and Wake Island.

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