Marine ornamental fish culture package of practices
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Published by Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute in Kochi .
Written in English

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StatementG. Gopakumar ... [et al.].
The Physical Object
Pagination100 p.
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25332006M
LC Control Number2012354049

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Gopakumar, G and Madhu, K and Madhu, Rema and Anil, M K and Ignatius, Boby () Marine Ornamental Fish Culture – Package of Practices. CMFRI Special Publication (). pp. The present article presents an overview of the ornamental fish trade regarding the most important species involved and their situation and the harvesting effects on the ecosystem. In addition it discusses updated information on breeding protocols for some high-value marine fish by: 7. FA The Ornamental Fish Trade: An Introduction with Perspectives for Responsible Aquarium Fish Ownership1 E. J. Livengood and F. A. Chapman2 1. This document is FA, one of a series of the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences; UF/IFAS Size: KB. Maintenance of ornamental fish became popular in England and Scotland even in the 18 th century. The art of rearing the beautiful fishes by colour, design and shape spread rapidly throughout the world. With the growing interest on the fanciful varieties of brightly coloured organisms, ornamental fish culture developed as a tremendous business.

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