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Striped Marlin (Kajikia audax) 18x24 Matted Limited Edition Giclee

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This ready-to-frame watercolor limited edition giclee print is printed on artist watercolor paper with archival inks. Only 30 limited edition giclee prints were printed in this run, and each is hand-signed and numbered by Karen and arrives packaged in an acid-free clear bag with an acid-free and pH neutral backboard comprised of 100% recycled content. This giclee is ready for framing in a standard sized 18"x24" frame, or you can purchase it framed as an unmatted 18"x24" giclee print. This print is also available framed or unframed as an open edition print in a 11"x14" mat.

You can view an album of this piece being created here.

All limited edition giclee prints may be hand-remarqued and/or embellished by Karen. Please see the "What's a Remarque" video below for more information on remarquing and embellishing. For more information on why to select a limited edition giclee print over an open edition print, please view the "Giclee Prints 101" video below.

Some Striped Marlin Facts
While the striped marlin is a big fish (the current record weight is 190 kg/ 420 lb), it one of the smaller marlin species. It inhabits tropical, subtropical and temperate Indo-Pacific waters, where it is known to migrate great distances. Unlike other billfishes (and tunas), the striped marlin's distribution in the Pacific Ocean forms a horseshoe-shaped pattern from the northwest Pacific through the eastern Pacific to the southwest Pacific. In the Indian Ocean, striped marlin are found more often in equatorial regions. The species is generally solitary, except during spawning season when it forms small schools. 
Conservation and Sustainability
The striped marlin fishery is an important commercial and recreational fishery. Of all the billfishes, striped marlin are considered the best when it comes to sashimi and sushi, but there are sustainability concerns. In particular, bycatch is a considerable problem with many striped marlin taken as bycatch in the pelagic longline tuna fisheries. IUCN estimates that the species has declined 20-25% over the last 16 years. It is listed as Near Threatened by IUCN.

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