Fig. 5. The relationship between cultural domain (CV) scores for a) fishery species or groups and b) fisheries, the stage of comanagement reached in 2009 and the application of traditional ecological knowledge (TEK). Grey symbols are species or fisheries where TEK was applied, and white symbols are those where TEK was not applied. Abbreviations for species in a) 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). Abbreviations for fisheries in b) are: turtle (TTL), hand collectables (HC), reef fishery (RF), prawn (PRN), and finfish (FF). Note that symbols have been separated where more than one species had the same comanagement stage and similar CV scores, e.g., END, RED, TIG.

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