Microbound larval feed as supplement to live food for milkfish (Chanos chanos Forsskal) larvae
Highly variable results using Brachionus as food for milkfish (Chanos chanos) larvae may be related to: (1) relatively low content of highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFAs) in Brachionus and (2) inability of first feeding larvae (day 2) to ingest rotifers in sufficient numbers. Early supplemental feeding with a microbound diet high in HUFAs may improve growth and survival of milkfish larvae.
Marte, C. L., & Duray, M. N. (1991). Microbound larval feed as supplement to live food for milkfish (Chanos chanos Forsskal) larvae. In P. Lavens, P. Sorgeloos, E. Jaspers, & F. Ollevier (Eds.), Larvi ’91 - Fish & Crustacean Larviculture Symposium (pp. 175-177). Gent, Belgium: European Aquaculture Society.
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