Farming the giant clam
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Suggested CitationSurtida, M. B., & Buendia, R. Y. (2000). Farming the giant clam.
Marine environment; Clam culture; Depleted stocks; Growth rate; Marine aquaculture; Marketing; Rare species; Resource conservation; Resource management; Sexual reproduction; Stocking (organisms); Stocking density; Survival; Hippopus hippopus; Hippopus porcellanus; Tridacna croces; Tridacna derasa; Tridacna gigas; Tridacna maxima; Tridacna squamosa; Philippines
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Biology and status of aquaculture for giant clams (Tridacnidae) in the Ryukyu Islands, southern Japan Iwai, Kenji; Kiso, Katsuhiro; Kubo, Hirofumi (Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2006)The Ryukyu Islands consist of many islands located between Kyushu in mainland Japan and Taiwan. The islands in the south-western area of the Ryukyu Islands belong to the Okinawa Prefecture. The Ryukyu Islands are strongly ...
Mingoa-Licuanan, S. Suzanne; Gomez, Edgardo D. (Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2007)This manual is meant to serve as a guide to the culture of giant clams (Bivalvia, Subfamily Tridacninae). The first part focuses on hatchery methods. The second part is about the ocean nursery. The first two sections refer ...Series: Aquaculture extension manual; No. 37
Growth and survival of hatchery-bred giant clams (Tridacna gigas) in an ocean nursery in Sagay Marine Reserve, Philippines Lebata-Ramos, M. Junemie Hazel L. ; Okuzawa, Koichi; Maliao, Ronald J.; Abrogueña, Jeff Bogart R. ; Dimzon, Mark Darwin N.; Doyola-Solis, Ellen Flor C.; Dacles, Terence U. (European Aquaculture Society, 2010)To restore the diminishing population of the giant clam Tridacna gigas in Sagay Marine Reserve (SMR), Negros Occidental, central Philippines, two size classes [8- and 10-cm shell length (SL)] of hatchery-bred T. gigas were ...