Tag Archive: filleting

Jun 18 2015

Intensive tilapia aquaculture in Morocco

Photos’ credit: Walid Salah El Din (Egypt) Review: Walid Salah El Din and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)   The inserted photos have been taken in a commercial aquaculture project in Tangier region, Morocco. The area dedicated for fish farming is about 28 hectares, on which tilapia and crayfish are farmed. The farm depends …

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Oct 19 2013

Culture and processing of tilapia in Colombia (in Spanish) – Video

Ownership: FEDEACUA (Colombia) Provided by: Ever Edrey (Colombia) This video addresses the farming and processing of tilapia in Colombia. Two species/strains have been addressed in the video; Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and red tilapia. However, red tilapia is the focus of this clip. the management of tilapia ponds indicates the intensification level of tilapia farming. …

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Sep 01 2013

Prior-harvest sampling of Nile tilapia (economic sizes and marketing scenarios) in Egypt – Video

The video shows prior-harvest sampling of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). As seen in the seine, sampled tilapia falls in the category of super tilapia that averages or exceeds 400-500 g. Based on household patterns of fish consumption, the super tilapia is not affordable to low and/or medium-income families due to its higher price. This indicates …

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Aug 24 2013

Fish market in Kuwait

The three photos show this modern fish market from outside as well as from inside. Fish introduced into the market by fishermen is sold to retailers through auction. Individual buyers purchase their demand of fish from fish retailers who have their designated areas in the same market. Regular fish cleaning and/or filleting are the only …

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Jul 14 2013

Added value products of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in Turkey

Credit: Ibrahim Diler (Turkey)         Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal Rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) has been cultured in Turkey since early 1970s, but major developments took place during the 1990s upon its culture in ponds or cages. Currently Turkey became one of the top trout producing countries. Trout is mainly marketed in domestic markets and consumed …

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Sep 10 2012

Exhibión de filetes de róbalo (Centropomus undecimalis) en un punto de venta en el mercado público de Santa Marta, Colombia (in Spanish)

Credit: Glenda Vélez Calabria (Colombia)                       Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal and Glenda Vélez Calabria El Róbalo se conoce también como robalo, pez sargento o también como pez de jabón. En el pasado, aunque esta especie era popular en la pesca deportiva, no era apreciado por los …

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Sep 10 2012

Display of common snook, Centropomus undecimalis fillets in fish retail shops in the public market of Santa Marta (Colombia)

Credit: Glenda Vélez Calabria (Colombia)                                                   Description:Abdel Rahman El Gamal and Glenda Vélez Calabria Common snook (Centropomus undecimalis) are also known as robalo, linesiders, sergeant fish as well as soap fish. In the …

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Mar 01 2012

An artisanal fisherman with his catch at Matoso beach in Migori District, Kenya

Credit: Edwin Muga (Kenya) This photo shows an artisanal fisherman on his sesse canoe with his catch of Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus. The water body shown in the photo is Lake Victoria, the source of the White Nile. In addition to Nile tilapia which is the dominant Tilapine species landed from this water body, there …

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