Below is a tabulation of “Food Web/Chain Fish” which a large view of fisheries (finfish & shellfish).
A. Bony Fishes (salmon, tuna, cod, seabass).
B. Lung Fishes.
D. Agnatha (lampreys).
E. Cephalochordates (lancelets).
F. Urochordates (sea pineapple).
G. Arthropod (crayfish, shrimp, lobster, crab, gooseneck barnacle).
H. Mollusks (clams, squids, abalone, oyster, octopus, scallop, mussel).
I. Echinoderms (sea urchin, sea cucumber, starfish).
J. Cnidarians (jellyfish, sea anemone).
Mr. Seafood, “365 Shellfish Recipes”, 2020 was a fisheries cookbook.
The “World” average of 32 pounds annually, means eating 8 to 10 ounces of fishes per week. In America , many eat an average of only 3 ounces of “fishes” per week; thus, the American average is only 16 pounds per year. Eating 8 ounces of fishes per week is reasonable goal.