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Effects of diets on growth and survival of artificially produced juveniles of Paralichthys olivaceus






Journal Of Shanghai Fisheries University: 6, 680-683

Effects of diets on growth and survival of artificially produced juveniles of Paralichthys olivaceus

The growth and survival rates of artificially produced <i>Paralichthys olivaceus</i> juveniles feeding on wild copepods, enriched <i>Artemia</i> nauplii, non-enriched <i>Artemia</i> nauplii and formulated diet for 30 days were investigated from 25 March to 24 April 2007. The results showed that the growth rates, survival rates and metamorphism rates of the juveniles feeding on wild copepods and formulated diet were highest, and the albation rates in the trial were lowest.

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