2017
DOI: 10.20950/1678-2305.2017v43n2p164
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Larvicultura do betta em água levemente salinizada

Abstract: The low-salinity water may improve live food utilization during larviculture, mainly when larvae are fed with salt water organisms. This study aimed to determine the median lethal concentration (LC 50 ) of NaCl in water for larvae of Betta splendens, an important ornamental species, and to evaluate the effect of low-salinity on the larviculture during the first 15 days of exogenous feeding. In the first experiment, 400 larvae were stocked in forty 250 mL aquariums, and exposed to ten saline concentrations. In … Show more

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“…Diduga, memasuki minggu ke-3, larva ikan cupang terserang parasit, sehingga mengganggu aktifitas makan. Studi terhadap larva ikan cupang dengan penambahan garam dapur (5 ‰) membuat larva sehat, tidak terserang parasit dan mengoptimalkan penggunaan pakan alami (Puello-Cruz et al, 2010;Fabregat et al, 2017).…”
Section: Metode Penelitianunclassified
“…Diduga, memasuki minggu ke-3, larva ikan cupang terserang parasit, sehingga mengganggu aktifitas makan. Studi terhadap larva ikan cupang dengan penambahan garam dapur (5 ‰) membuat larva sehat, tidak terserang parasit dan mengoptimalkan penggunaan pakan alami (Puello-Cruz et al, 2010;Fabregat et al, 2017).…”
Section: Metode Penelitianunclassified
“…Larviculture is one of the critical phases of production in captivity and considered the bottleneck in fish production because it encompasses several changes during larval development (Dabrowski & Portella, 2005; Portella & Dabrowski, 2008; Portella et al., 2012), such as alterations in feeding management, water parameters and other stress‐related factors (Abe et al., 2019; Couto et al, 2018; Fabregat et al., 2017; Hui et al., 2019; Luz et al, 2013; Santos & Luz, 2009; Souza et al, 2015).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%