A collecting gear for naturally-spawned milkfish (Chanos chanos Forsskal) eggs in circular floating net cages
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A collecting gear for naturally-spawned milkfish (Chanos chanos Forsskal) eggs in circular floating net cages is described. The gear has been shown to be effective in collecting large numbers of eggs. The collecting gear can be adopted for other broodstock fish species held in circular floating net cages.
Suggested CitationGarcia, L., Marte, C. L., & Travina, V. S. (1988). A collecting gear for naturally-spawned milkfish (Chanos chanos Forsskal) eggs in circular floating net cages.
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Baliao, Dan D.; Ticar, Romulo B.; Guanzon Jr., Nicolas G. (Taylor & Francis, 1986)The paper discusses the effect of stocking density and holding periods in stunting milkfish fingerlings in brackishwater ponds using twelve units of 144m<sup>2</sup> earthen ponds. With 15, 20, and 25 fingerlings/m<sup>2</sup> ...
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