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Achieving Natural Coloration in Fish under Culture

By Ako, Harry

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Title: Achieving Natural Coloration in Fish under Culture  
Author: Ako, Harry
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Language: English
Subject: Science., Ecology & environment, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (U.S.)
Collections: National Oceanographic Data Center
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Publisher: Government Reference Publication

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Introduction: The fledgling freshwater ornamental fish industry in Hawai?i has experienced the problem of faded coloration in fish, especially those grown in clear water. These fish are traditionally rejected by ornamental fish wholesalers, leaving the growers with fish that can?t be sold or fish sold at a much reduced price. For this reason it was decided to investigate fish coloration. The current work was based on prior studies using cultured clownfish Amphiprion ocellaris and Premnas biaculeatus which only achieved color patterns and intensities seen in fish in the wild when treated for 2 week by incorporating astaxanthin into the diet (Ako and Tamaru 1999).

 

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