Biology and culture of the clown loach Chromobotia macracanthus Cypriniformes, Cobitidae : 4- Thermal biology of embryos and larvaeReport as inadecuate




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Abstract : The knowledge of how fish survive and grow at different temperatures, and how these traits vary between life stages, is essential to evaluate the effects of climate change on wild fish and implement effective strategies in aquaculture. These issues are addressed in this study through a series of experiments that evaluate the effect of temperature 23-34 degrees C on the embryos and larvae of clown loach, Chromobotia macracanthus. This species is endemic to the rivers of Sumatra and Borneo, highly praised on the ornamental fish market, and has been reproduced in captivity recently. No embryo survived a 24-h exposure to 34 degrees C until the age of 3 days after hatching dah; mortality was high at 32 degrees C at 2 and 3 dah, whereas it was low and similar from 1 to 4 dah at 23-29 degrees C



Author: Etienne Baras - R. Ginanjar - M. Ahmad - A. Permana - A. Priyadi - Marc Legendre - Laurent Pouyaud - Jacques Slembrouck -

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