Viability of Penaeus monodon eggs after simulated transport conditions
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P. monodon spawners, transported from maturation pens suffer from stress which in turn may lead to lowered spawning rate or fertility. Spawning the females in the maturation site and transporting the eggs to the hatchery site is being considered as an alternative. Egg transport costs may be reduced to a minimum by using eggs from ablated spawners, transported at high density with no aeration. Experiments on higher egg densities as well as on transport of nauplii should, however, be undertaken.
Suggested CitationPrimavera, J. H., Borlongan, E., & Posadas, R. A. (1977). Viability of Penaeus monodon eggs after simulated transport conditions.