oxy-tetracycline
(OTC)
An antibiotic injected in a fish to leave a mark on skeletal structures, such as otoliths. When the fish is later recaptured, the mark left by the OTC can be used to validate age estimates.

Fisheries — dictionary. . 2004.

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