Florida pompano

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found in coastal waters New England to Brazil except clear waters of West Indies

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Common to the southeastern Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts of the United States, the Florida pompano (Trachinotus carolinus) is a prime candidate for aquaculture and stock enhancement programs because of its high value and limited availability from commercial harvests (Watanabe, 1995; Craig, 2000).
Fields (1962) described wild-caught Florida pompano ranging in size from 4.
Significant interest in the culture of Florida pompano developed in the United States during the 1960s and 1970s and, as a result, efforts were initiated to develop spawning and rearing techniques for this species (Moe et al.
Florida pompano eggs are typical of marine fishes with pelagic eggs.
Previously published descriptions of Florida pompano larvae provide limited details on development and growth under hatchery conditions.
This study presents data regarding developmental characteristics and growth of larvae obtained from captive reproduction of Florida pompano broodstock held at the U.
During each 20-day trial, production of postmetamorphic juvenile Florida pompano ranged from 1.
Although Florida pompano lack a gas bladder, approximately 10% of larvae consumed small air bubbles (129-235 [micro]m) that were trapped in the peritoneal cavity from 5 to 10 DAH.
Measured growth parameters of Florida pompano larvae reared from one through 20 DAH are summarized in Table 1.
Developmental characteristics of cultured larvae were not significantly different from previous descriptions of wild-caught Florida pompano larvae from 7.
Similar to the challenges in rearing any marine fish species with small eggs and larvae, the culture of Florida pompano larvae is difficult and time consuming.
As a result of the findings of this study a refined feeding regime for Florida pompano was developed (Fig.
Main for sharing their expertise and experiences rearing Florida pompano.
Spawning, oocyte development and larval rearing of the Florida pompano, Trachinotus carolinus.
The good news from Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is that Florida pompano stocks seem to be doing pretty well.
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