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Evaluation of the seed production and grow out culture of blue swimming crab Portunus pelagicus (Linnaeus, 1758) in India
The demand for crabs is more for their delicacy. In view of developing protocol for seed production, nursery rearing and grow-out culture of P. pelagicus, experiments were conducted on the sameExpand
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Growth Performance of the Green Tiger Prawn Penaeus semisulcatus De Haan in Cages in the Gulf of Mannar off Mandapam, Southeast Coast of India
Two experiments were conducted in rectangular box type cages. In experiment 1, growth of juveniles was compared at two densities (13 ind.m -2 and 21 ind.m -2 ) with the clam meat. In experiment 2,Expand
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Prawn fauna (Crustacea: Decapoda) of India - An annotated checklist of the Penaeoid, Sergestoid, Stenopodid and Caridean prawns
Many penaeoid prawns are of considerable value for the fishing industry and aquaculture operations. The annual estimated average landing of prawns from the fishery in India was 3.98 lakh tonnesExpand
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Stock assessment of Penaeus spp. off the east coast of India
Penaeid prawn Sandingi increased from 20 744 tonnes in 1980 to 37 410 tonnes in 1986 and then declined to 31 029 tonnes in 1989 (average 29 642 tonnes), Prawns of the genus Penaeus supported goodExpand
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On Plesionika quasigrandis Chace, 1985 (Decapoda, Caridea, Pandalidae) from southwestern India
The recent development of commercial deep-sea fisheries in India has mainly been off the southern coast and is based on shrimps (Rajan et al., 2001; Kurup et al., 2008; Rajool Shanis et al.,Expand
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A new record of deep-sea caridean shrimp Heterocarpus chani (Decapoda:Pandalidae) from the southern coast of India
Heterocarpus genus belong to the family Pandalidae (Decapoda, Caridea) which are common in deeper waters. Some species are of commercial value or fishery potential by their large size. They areExpand
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Exploitation of penaeid shrimp resources by small mechanised trawlers off Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Small trawlers (9-11 m OAL) fit for short-term cruises (2-7 days) exploit penaeid shrimps up to a depth of 70 m in the Bay of Bengal off Visakhapatnam both in the northern and southern directions.Expand
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Ph ton Brood stock dependent seed production and grow-out culture of green tiger shrimp Penaeus semisulcatus ( De Haan , 1844 ) at Mandapam , South-east coast of India
This study was designed and carried out for three consecutive years to evaluate the suitability of Penaeus semisulcatus for commercial application and to address the issue of stunted growth inExpand
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Marine Fisheries of Andhra Pradesh-An Appraisal
Andhra Pradesh with a long coastline of 974 km and a continental shelf area of 33,227 km2 is spread over nine districts (Fig.1) and supports a rich fishery constituted by several groups of fishes,Expand
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Observations on the exploitation of penaeid prawn resources in the Palk Bay off Mandapam during 1986 - '93
The penaeid prawns contributed to 16.70% of the total trawl landings at Mandapam during 1986-'93. Out of the ten species represented in the catch, four species namely Penaeus semisulcatus,Expand
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