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The main advantage of this method is that several years of recruitment can be hind cast from a minimum of three years sampling (Staunton-Smith et al. 2004). The method does rely on the ability to confidently estimate the absolute age of individual fish so that a birth-year can be assigned, but this is not generally a problem with L. calcarifer in northern Australia due to well pronounced otolithannuali (Fig. 5) (Stuart and McKillup 2002, McDougall 2004, Halliday et al. 2012). Recruitment indices for L.