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Larval rearing and reseeding of red sea bream (Chrysophrys major) in Japan

By: Smith, P. J.
Contributor(s): Hataya, M. (Shizuoka Prefectural Fisheries Experimental Station. Japan).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Occasional publication / Fisheries Research Division: Publisher: 1982Description: 19 p.ISSN: 0110-1765.Subject(s): CHRYSOPHRYS MAJOR | CHRYSOPHRYS AURATUS | RED SEA BREAM | FISH LARVAE | REARING | JAPAN | SNAPPER | AQUACULTURE | HATCHERIES | LARVAL DEVELOPMENTOnline resources: Click here to access online In: Occasional publication / Fisheries Research Division In: Occasional publication / Fisheries Research DivisionSummary: This publication describes the hatchery rearing of red sea bream larvae, and the reseeding operations, with specific examples from Shizuoka Prefecture. New Zealand snapper and Japanese red sea bream are closely related and occupy similar ecological niches. There seem to be no biological reasons why the techniques developed for rearing and reseeding red sea bream in Japan could not be applied to snapper in New Zealand. (auth)
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STACK NO. 39 1982 2 Available J00905
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STACK NO. 39 1982 1 Available J00906

13 refs; 9 figs; 3 tables; appendix

This publication describes the hatchery rearing of red sea bream larvae, and the reseeding operations, with specific examples from Shizuoka Prefecture. New Zealand snapper and Japanese red sea bream are closely related and occupy similar ecological niches. There seem to be no biological reasons why the techniques developed for rearing and reseeding red sea bream in Japan could not be applied to snapper in New Zealand. (auth)

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