Optimizing rearing conditions of hatchling loliginid squid

@article{Vidal2002OptimizingRC,
  title={Optimizing rearing conditions of hatchling loliginid squid},
  author={E. Vidal and F. Dimarco and J. Wormuth and P. Lee},
  journal={Marine Biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={140},
  pages={117-127}
}
Abstract. Eggs laid by the California market squid (Loligoopalescens) were collected from spawning grounds and reared in the laboratory. The eggs were maintained in a rearing tank that was part of a closed, recirculating system. The system included seven 220-l circular tanks with attached filtration. Five experiments were conducted to test hatchling survival. One of them evaluated survival on three different food types: (a) enriched Artemia sp. nauplii, (b) wild zooplankton and (c) a mixture of… Expand
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