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Title: Effect of rearing techniques over, survival growth and skeletal abnormalities development in red porgy (Pagrus Pagrus) larvae
Authors: Roo, Javier 
Hernandez-Cruz, C.M 
Fernandez-Palacios, H. 
Izquierdo, Marisol 
Socorro Cruz, Juan Antonio
UNESCO Clasification: 251092 Acuicultura marina
Issue Date: 2005
Abstract: [EN] Red porgy is one of the most interested new species for Spanish and other Mediterranean countries. Although no industrial procedures for fry production has been yet developed. The aim of this work was to develop an industrial scale larval rearing protocols testing the viability of two different rearing techniques (semi-intensive vs intensive) in pilot scale facilities. The second objective was to obtain information about the contribution of rearing system to the apparition of morphological abnormalities such as lordosis, opercular deformities and upper/lower jaws shortening which are considered as quality descriptors in commercial marine fish fry production and seem to be related with larval culture conditions in early larval stages. For that purpose, two different larval rearing systems semi-intensive and intensive were compared using the same live feed enrichments. Biochemical composition of larvae, preys and commercial products was analysed. At 50 days post hatching six hundred fish per treatment was individually studied under stereoscope and abnormalities frequency recorded. At 95 days post hatching fry were soft X ray monitored as well. Survival and abnormalities frequency were similar between treatments although a better growth in terms of total length was obtained in the semi-intensive system.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/12433
Source: 29<sup>th</sup> Annual Larval Fish Conference. Barcelona, Spain
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