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Rearing Aquariology Re-stocking Food market Post-larval Capture & Culture (PCC) :
PCC & Capture of marine larvae: Crest net & Hoa net Passive filter Quantitative data Lagoon species Light-traps Active behavior No quantitative data All species Positive phototropism
Lunar cycles PCC & Capture of marine larvae:
BALISTIDAEHOLOCENTRIDAE no. larvae / night J MMJSNJ Dates TOTAL OSTRACIIDAE TETRAODONTIDAESERRANIDAE MJJMSNJ Month cycles PCC & Capture of marine larvae:
Season cycles Cold season Hot season PCC & Capture of marine larvae:
Crest net 42% 32% Serranidae Pomacentridae Microdesmidae Apogonidae GobidaeOthers Hoa net 78% 17% PCC & Capture of marine larvae:
79% Ocean 72% PassLagoon 24% POMACENTRIDAEAPOGONIDAE BLENNIDAETETRAODONTIDAEOhters Light-trap
PCC & Rearing of marine larvae: L. maculata larva L. sulcata larva
PCC & Rearing of marine larvae:
Different methods of culture were explored during 2 years : * Food (fish meat vs. shrimp granular) * Habitat (sand vs. PVC tube) Size and Weight of L. sulcata PCC & Rearing of marine larvae:
Different methods of culture were explored during 2 years : * Food (fish meat vs. shrimp granular) * Habitat (sand vs. PVC tube) Size of L. maculata PCC & Rearing of marine larvae:
Different methods of culture were explored during 2 years : * Food (fish meat vs. shrimp granular) * Habitat (sand vs. PVC tube) Weight of L. maculata PCC & Rearing of marine larvae:
Different methods of culture were explored during 2 years : * Food (fish meat vs. shrimp granular) * Habitat (sand vs. PVC tube) PCC & Rearing of marine larvae: Weight of L. maculata and L. sulcata
L. maculata L. sulcata PCC & Rearing of marine larvae:
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