The sargeant fish and the eel
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The culture of sargeant fish, or cobia (Rachycentron canadum) and eel (Anguilla spp) in the Philippines is discussed. Market potentials for the cultured products are examined.
Suggested CitationSurtida, A. P. (2000). The sargeant fish and the eel.
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