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Jungle Perch Kuhlia Rupestris Fingerling Production Manual

Hutchison, M. and Lee, P. and Nixon, D. and Borchert, T. and Chilcott, K. and Norris, A. (2016) Jungle Perch Kuhlia Rupestris Fingerling Production Manual. Project No. 2012/213 . Fisheries Research and Development Corporation. ISBN 9780734504524

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Abstract

This manual consists of written descriptions of jungle perch Kuhlia rupestris production and video material to demonstrate each of the key production steps. Video links are at the end of each major written section in the document. To activate the link use ctrl click. The videos enhance the instructive ability of this manual.
The keys to producing jungle perch are:
 maintaining broodstock in freshwater or low salinity water less than 5 ppt
 spawning fish in full seawater at 28C
 incubating eggs in full seawater. Salinities must not be less than 32 ppt
 ensuring that first feed jungle perch larvae have an adequate supply of copepod nauplii
 rearing larvae in full seawater under bright light
 use of gentle aeration in tanks
 postponing spawns until adequate densities of copepod nauplii are present in ponds
 sustaining copepod blooms in ponds for at least 20 days
 avoiding use of paddlewheels in ponds
 supplementary feeding with Artemia salina and weaning diets from 20 days after hatch
 harvesting of fingerlings or fry after they are 25-30 mm in length (50 to 60 days post hatch)
 covering tanks of fingerlings with 5 mm mesh and submerging freshwater inlets to prevent jumping.

Item Type:Book
Business groups:Animal Science
Keywords:Final report
Subjects:Animal culture > Breeding and breeds
Aquaculture and Fisheries
Aquaculture and Fisheries > Fisheries > Fishery research
Deposited On:17 May 2016 02:23
Last Modified:06 Sep 2016 02:09

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