2017
DOI: 10.1590/0034-737x201764040007 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: 1Two experiments were carried out to study piabanha-do-Pardo (Brycon vonoi) larvae development. In the first, six different diets were evaluated, being Artemia sp., plankton, feeds, feeds + Artemia sp., feeds + plankton, and Prochilodus hartii (curimba) larvae. In the second, four different water salinity levels (0, 2, 4, and 6‰) were tested. Both assays were entirely randomized design experiments, lasting for 10 days. At the end of these trials, fish biomass, survival, total length, weight, and specific growt… Show more

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“…A salinity of 2 g of salt L −1 had been previously used for the species for the first 10 days of feeding with Artemia (Jomori et al., 2013). This salinity also has been beneficial in the larviculture of other freshwater species such as H. lacerdae (Luz & Portella, 2002), L. alexandri (Luz & Santos, 2008; Nascimento et al., 2020; Santos & Luz, 2009), P. coruscans and P. costatus (Santos & Luz, 2009), R. aspera (Luz & Santos, 2010), P. mesopotamicus (Jomori et al., 2012), A. ocellatus and B. amazonicus (Jomori et al., 2013), O. niloticus (Luz et al., 2013), Pterophyllum scalare and Heros severus (Eiras et al., 2019), B. splendens (Fabregat et al., 2017), and B. vonoi (Coraspe‐Amaral et al., 2017), showing it to be a great alternative for intensive larviculture of freshwater fish.…”
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