Growth of pacific snook (Centropomus nigrescens) juveniles at different salinities (ESP)
Juveniles of the Pacific Snook, C. nigrescens between 2.5 and 125 g in weight, were grown at three salinities; 0, 18 and 36ppt. The results indicate no statistical differences between growth rates or feed conversion at these salinities. It is concluded that the Pacific snook is well suited for culture in brackish waters of varying salinity.
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