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This manual is a translation of the Thai information pamphlet entitled "Karn Liang Kung Kam Kram" published by the Information and Publication Unit, Fishery Conservation and Extension Division, Department of Fisheries, Thailand, in 1981. The translation was prepared by Mr. Vijai Srisuwantach, Senior Fisheries Biologist, National Inland Fisheries Institute, Bangkok.
Brohmanonda, P., & Sahavacharin, S. (1984). Macrobrachium culture (V. Srisuwantach, Trans.). Bangkok, Thailand: Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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