Fig. 3. Fishery species or groups for which traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) a) was applied and b) was not applied relative to fishery ownership, stock status, and science and management knowledge (SMK). The dashed line box represents the status of the species for which TEK application could occur. Abbreviations are: green turtle (Chelonia mydas; GT), hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata; HT), flatback turtle (Chelonia depressa; FT), dugong (Dugong dugon; DUG), trochus (TRO), bÍche-de-mer (BDM), tropical rock lobster (Panulirus ornatus; TRL), mixed finfish (MFF), invertebrates (INV), coral trout (Plectropomus leopardus; COR), barramundi (Lates calcarifer; BAR), mixed reef fish (MRF), mackerel (MAC), blue endeavour prawns (Metapenaeus endeavouri; END), brown tiger prawns (Penaeus esculentus; TIG), and redspot king prawns (Melicertus longistylus; RED). Note that for ease of presentation, symbols have been separated where more than one species had the same stock status, e.g., GT, HT, DUG, and ownership (%) values have been categorized into intervals of 20% from data in Table 1.

Fig. 3