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Abstract: This study aimed to investigate stocking density during larviculture of Colossoma macropomum in recirculating aquaculture system with slightly saline water. Densities of 10 (D10), 30 (D30) and 50 (D50) larvae/L were tested with five replicates each. Larvae were fed with Artemia nauplii during the first 15 days and with commercial diet from day 16 to day 30. Water was maintained at a salinity of 2.01 ± 0.41 g of salt/L, and performance and survival were evaluated throughout the experiment. At the end of the exp… Show more

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“…161 Although Artemia salina nauplii are successfully used in tambaqui larviculture, they are saltwater crustaceans and have a limited lifetime in fresh water, which can be increased with the use of water with low salinity. 162 Santos et al 163 working in recirculation systems (RAS) studied stocking densities of tambaqui larvae in slightly saline water (2.01 ± 0.41 g salt/L), and concluded that culture of C. macropomum larvae can be carried out successfully at stocking densities of up to 50 larvae/L during the first 30 days of rearing in slightly saline water in RAS.…”
Section: Fertilization and Incubationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…161 Although Artemia salina nauplii are successfully used in tambaqui larviculture, they are saltwater crustaceans and have a limited lifetime in fresh water, which can be increased with the use of water with low salinity. 162 Santos et al 163 working in recirculation systems (RAS) studied stocking densities of tambaqui larvae in slightly saline water (2.01 ± 0.41 g salt/L), and concluded that culture of C. macropomum larvae can be carried out successfully at stocking densities of up to 50 larvae/L during the first 30 days of rearing in slightly saline water in RAS.…”
Section: Fertilization and Incubationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Larval stages are more sensitive to stocking densities compared to later stages of the fish life cycle. Previous studies have shown increased cannibalism, reduced feed intake, and poor growth performance among larvae of several fish species reared under high stocking densities (de Barros et al, 2019;Santos et al, 2020;Slembrouck et al, 2009;Sukumaran et al, 2011). Furthermore, manipulation of rearing conditions such as feeding regimes, feed composition, water salinity, and light spectrum among others could influence changes in the recommended optimal stocking densities required for the species' survival and performance.…”
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“…Santos et al (2020) investigated the influence of different stocking densities (10, 30, and 50 larvae/L) on the survival and growth performance of C. macropomum larvae reared in slightly saline RAS for 30 days. The authors recommended that larvae of C. macropomum can be successfully reared in slightly saline RAS at stocking densities of up to 50 larvae/L.In another study, de Souza e Silva et al (2021) found better survival, growth, and stress resistance in C. macropomum juveniles (initial weight 0.35 ± 0.10 g) at stocking densities of between 3 and 5 animals/L.…”
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