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Study examines how temp affect stress levels in Atlantic salmon

The potential of using eye darkening as a non-invasive indication of stress was shown in a study that examined and developed temporal response profiles of physiological indicators of stress and growth in juvenile Atlantic salmon.

Challenges, solutions for Tanzania’s African catfish industry

A Tanzanian study identified protocols that induce ovulation of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) broodstock and improve the quantity of egg hatchlings. This is a welcome development in a country where practically all C. gariepinus fry are sourced from the wild.

New high-quality shrimp genome assembly may reveal why females are superior

Animal biotech and genetics company Enzootic and NRGene, provider of genomic big data analysis, have completed the sequencing and assembly of the world's first high-quality genome of freshwater shrimp M. rosenbergii.

We are what we eat, also they are…

4Tress® is the most advanced nutraceutical technology to implement in the feeding of freshwater and saltwater species. The creation of this new fish feed has been the result of an elaborated process of innovation and continuous transformation of Dibaq Aquaculture, with more than 30 years of experience in aquaculture feeding.
The main objective of this product is prevention of parasitic diseases, in addition to promote the gut health of the fish and crustaceans, improve the feed conversion rate and performance, improve the fish nutritional properties always with the highest quality and best fish conservation. >> Learn More

Homecoming hope for the King

The Winnemem Wintu people have lived along the McCloud River, a tributary of the Sacramento river in northern California, for thousands of years. During most of that history, they relied on a strong King (Chinook) Salmon run as a resource and a cultural anchor. This changed in 1945 when the Shasta Dam was completed. The dam prevented salmon from returning to the McCloud River, and the Winnemem Wintu people’s sacred and dependable salmon run was lost. » Read more

Laqua 18

Oct 23 - 26, 2018 » Read more