Updates in the Philippines: Where are the captive milkfish breeders?
A map is provided showing the location of milkfish rearing facilities in the Philippines. Most of the 17,443 milkfish broodstocks are located in central Philippines. A table shows details as to the rearing facility (cage, pen, pond, tank), number of broodstocks, and age. There are 13,420 broodstocks in ponds; 2,081 in cages; 842 in tanks, and 1,100 in pens. The youngest is 3 years, the oldest 23 years old.
Suggested CitationEmata, A. C. (2001). Updates in the Philippines: Where are the captive milkfish breeders?
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