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- This paper presents a method for detecting skin tumors on chicken carcasses using hyperspectral images. It utilizes both fluorescence and reflectance image information in hyperspectral images. A detection system that is built on this concept can increase detection rate and reduce processing time, because the procedure for detection can be simplified. Chicken carcasses are examined first using band ratio FCM information of fluorescence image and it results in candidate regions for skin tumor. Next classifier selects the real tumor spots using PCA components information of reflectance image from the candidate regions. For the real world application, real-time processing is a key issue in implementation and the proposed method can accommodate the requirement by using a limited number of features to maintain the low computational complexity. Nevertheless, it shows favorable results and, in addition, uncovers meaningful spectral bands for detecting tumors using hyperspectral image. The method and findings can be employed in implementing customized chicken tumor detection systems.