A hatchery rearing method for the mangrove red snapper
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Suggested CitationSoutheast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department (1997). A hatchery rearing method for the mangrove red snapper.
Brackishwater environment; Marine environment; Algal culture; breeding stock ; cage culture ; Cannibalism; Eggs; feeds ; Feeding behaviour; fish culture ; Fish larvae; live feeds ; growth rate ; Hatcheries; Incubation; Marine fish; Marketing; rearing techniques ; Seed (aquaculture); Seed production; spawning ; Survival; Water management; Lutjanus argentimaculatus; Philippines
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