Cultivation of live feed for the rearing of sugpo (Penaeus monodon) larvae
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The sugpo, Penaeus monodon, is a very important prawn species in Southeast Asia. It is extremely euryhaline and fast growing. Interest in the farming of this prawn species is very high. Unfortunately, the supply of natural fry is not sufficient. It is, therefore, necessary to develop the technology of breeding them in captivity and producing sufficient seed material. The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department in Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines, operates a hatchery to produce fry for experimental rearing in brackish water ponds and for various laboratory studies.
Yap, W. G. (1979). Cultivation of live feed for the rearing of sugpo (Penaeus monodon) larvae. In E. Styczynska-Jurewicz, T. Backiel, E. Jaspers & G. Persoone (Eds.), Cultivation of Fish Fry and Its Live Food. Proceedings of a Conference, 23-28 September 1977, Szymbark, Poland (pp. 423-437). Bredene, Belgium: European Mariculture Society.
SeriesEuropean Mariculture Society Special Publication; No. 4
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