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Fast growing greater amberjack post-larvae seem to require a high energy-high protein diet

AuthorsConceição, L. E. C.; Navarro-Guillén, Carmen; Pinto, Wilson; Siguero, I.; Urrutia, P.; Moyano, Francisco Javier; Yúfera, Manuel
Issue DateSep-2017
Citation7th Fish & Shellfish Larviculture Symposium (2017)
AbstractFast growing species such as Serio/a sp. have a high potential for aquaculture diversification. However, the industrial farming potential of such fast growing species is still limited by mass production of high quality juveniles. Although several commercial weaning diets exist with relatively high success for larvae of other marine fish species, additional challenges are posed to meet growth potential and energy requirements of fast-growing species. The very fast growth rates during the larval stage indicate these sp1ecies may have particularly high protein and energy requirements and special dliet properties may be necessary (Conceiao et al., 2011; Hamre et al., 2013). In fact, most available commercial microdiets were developed in Europe and Japan targeting slower growing marine species. This work evaluated a novel microdiet (HIGH) having simultaneously a very high protein and high lipid contents. Thi:s microdiet was compared with a current premium microdiet (COMM) for marine fish larvae, in a growth performance trial with greater amberjack (S. dumerili)l post-larvae.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado en el 7th Fish & Shellfish Larviculture Symposium (Larvi 2017), celebrado en Gent del 4 al 7 de septiembre de 2017.
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