Production Performance and Nutritional Composition of Perionyx excavatus (perrier, 1872) Fed Different Composite Organic Food

@inproceedings{Hasanuzzaman2014ProductionPA,
  title={Production Performance and Nutritional Composition of Perionyx excavatus (perrier, 1872) Fed Different Composite Organic Food},
  author={Abul Farah Md. Hasanuzzaman and Mousumi Das and Gauhar Rahman and Khandaker Anisul Huq},
  year={2014}
}
Perionyx excavatus is a potential earthworm species for vermicomposting, and of live feed for fish as it contains high quality protein with excellent amino acid profile. Its limited seasonal abundance in natural as well as the associated risk of bioaccumulation of toxic products in wild earthworm inflate large scale vermiculture of this species. To establish a suitable food composite for mass culture of that species, the present study evaluated the production performance and nutritional… CONTINUE READING

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