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Figure 2 was incorrectly labelled due to a production error. The corrected Figure 2 is supplied on the next page. Environmental Conservation apologises for any inconvenience.

Figure 2 Frequency distributions of daily catches and catch per unit effort from three different Seychelles trap fisheries from landings data (upper panels), and individual reports of catch and CPUE from fisher interviews (lower panels, circles = ‘normal’ day, triangles = ‘poor’ day, squares = ‘good’ day) lower panels show a ‘strip chart’ in which each fisher is represented by a different y axis value. Thick vertical lines indicate median, and dotted vertical lines indicate the 5% and 95% quantiles of landings data.