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Crustaceans: Feed & Nutrition

General Management

An illustrated hatchery guide for the production of clawed lobsters (Using a green water technique)
The objective of this project was to establish reliable and low cost methods for culturing European clawed lobsters (Homarus gammarus) under controlled conditions to a size suitable for their release into the wild.
Better Management Practices (BMP) Manual for Black Tiger Shrimp (Penaeus monodon) Hatcheries in Viet Nam
Vietnam has produced black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon) seed for nearly 20 years but growth has been limited by various health and management issues. This document focuses on the implementation of BMPs for black tiger shrimp hatcheries covering all critical stages and processes in the production cycle.
Improving Penaeus monodon hatchery practices - Manual based on experience in India
This document reviews the current state of the Indian shrimp hatchery industry and provides detailed guidance and protocols for improving the productivity, health management, biosecurity and sustainability of the sector
Health management and biosecurity maintenance in white shrimp (Penaeus vannamei) hatcheries in Latin America
This document provides technical guidance on how to improve the health and quality of postlarvae produced in hatcheries through improved facility maintenance and husbandry, broodstock maturation, larval rearing, feeding, water quality management, biosecurity and health management, using interventions at different points of the hatchery production process.
Spiny lobster aquaculture in the Asia–Pacific region
Twenty papers, 16 reporting ACIAR project research, were presented in four theme sessions: sustainable lobster aquaculture; improving lobster nursery culture; lobster grow-out culture systems; and lobster grow-out feeds and feeding practices...Read More.  
Freshwater prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii farming in Pacific Island countries: Hatchery Operation
The farming of freshwater prawn is expanding in Fiji and in the Pacific. The grow-out sector of the industry depends entirely on hatchery-produced postlarvae, and the primary problem facing this ‘infant’ industry is the unavailability of postlarvae. Due to expansion in production and the trend towards intensification of prawn farming, there will be a need for development of more hatcheries for production of postlarvae to meet the demands in the Pacific Island countries...Read More.  
Mud crab aquaculture - A practical manual
There are four species of mud crab, Scylla serrata, S. tranquebarica, S. paramamosain and S. olivacea that are the focus of both commercial fisheries and aquaculture production throughout their distribution. They are among the most valuable crab species in the world, with the bulk of their commercial production sent live to market. This is the first FAO aquaculture manual on this genus, covering everything from its basic biology and aquaculture production, through to stock packaging and being ready to go to marke