Development of broodstock for small-scale shrimp hatchery (with particular reference to Penaeus monodon)
To be self-sufficient in spawner/larval supply, a small-scale Penaeus monodon hatchery should have the following: 1) broodstock tanks or pens depending on location and other factors; 2) pond sources of broodstock of appropriate size and age; and 3) maturation by ablation (optional for P. indicus and P. merguensis).
Primavera, J. H. (1982). Development of broodstock for small-scale shrimp hatchery (with particular reference to Penaeus monodon). In Working Party on Small-Scale Shrimp/Prawn Hatcheries in Southeast Asia, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, 16-21 November 1981 (Vol. II. Technical Report, pp. 71–76). Manila, Philippines: South China Sea Fisheries Development and Coordinating Programme.
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