Growth, Longevity, and Reproduction Capacity Of The Marine Crustacean (Mysidopsis Bahia) Molenock* Fed On Brine Shrimp (Artemia) Produced In Two Salt Farms in Kenya

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1968
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Rasowo J.
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The brine shrimp Artemia is by far the most widely used live food in the rearing of early larval stages of most marine fishes and crustaceans. The cysts are light hence easy to transport and when properly packed, can be stored indefinitely. They only have to be incubated for 24 hours in sea water to produce free swimming nauplii.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, LII (2), p. 122-126