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Seaweed (Gracilaria sp.) produced in polyculture with shrimp in Indonesia

Credit: Kevin Fitzsimmons (USA) Seaweed (Gracilaria sp.) from shrimp-seaweed polyculture pond in Sigli, Aceh, Indonesia Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its clarity. However, we trust you will notify us if you wish to use a picture or more. This is expected and will be appreciated. [important][/important]   …

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Greenhouse facilities for shrimp, Liptopenaeus vannamei, farming in Peru – in Spanish

Credit: Victor Hugo Juarez Pena (Peru) Estanque tipo invernadero para el cultivo de camarones (Liptopenaeus vannamei) de una hectárea de tamaño y con el fondo del estanque revestido con plástico de alta densidad. Llevadas a cabo por una empresa comercial de camarón a gran escala de la acuicultura de acuerdo a la resolución de dirección. …

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Aeration and use of disinfecants in intensive farming of whiteleg shrimp, Liptopenaeus vannamei in Vietnam

Credit: Han Huong (Vietnam) This photo shows an intensive farm for whiteleg shrimp (Liptopenaeus vannamei). The farm is located in Khanh Hoa Province (Vietnam). The significat aeration system indicates the level of farming intensification. Moreover, tanks seen on pond dike include a proper disinfectant which is prepared for disinfecting farming gears and equipment used on the farm. Note: We decided not to …

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Culture of whiteleg shrimp, Liptopenaeus vannamei in India

Credit : G. Venkata Raju (India) – (gvraju_fisheries@yahoo.co.in) After the repeated failure of Penaeus monodon (giant tiger prawn) culture due to white spot disease, shrimp farmers are now resorted to the culture of whiteleg shrimp, Liptopenaeus vannamei in the brackish water ponds. The picture represents successful operation of Vanamei farming. Note: We decided not to watermark …

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Lining of whiteleg shrimp (Liptopenaeus vannamei) ponds in India

Credit : G. Venkata Raju (India) –  (gvraju_fisheries@yahoo.co.in) Due to the wind action, the waves created would generally disturb the pond bunds making the pond water in that region more turbid. To arrest recurrent erosion of in shrimp pond, plastic paper lining is laid in some shrimp ponds. Note: We decided not to watermark the photos …

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A typical semi-intensive shrimp farm in India

Credit : G. Venkata Raju (India) –  (gvraju_fisheries@yahoo.co.in). The shrimp farms are mostly square type and are well established with pumping system, monk type sluices, aerators, drainage system, etc to facilitate the semi-intensive farming. Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its  clarity. However, we trust you will notify us …

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Fish cage farming in villages of Cat Ba island in Vietnam

Credit: Han Huong (Vietnam) This photo shows a unit of village cage farming in Cat Ba island in Vietnam. Several species are cultured in these cages including grouper, cobia tiger shrimp, blue mussel, crarb ……). Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its clarity. However, we trust you will notify us …

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Jaulas de engorde de camaron de mar en una laguna de agua dulce (Peru)- in Spanish

Credit: Victor Hugo Juarez Pena (Peru) Desarrollo del cultivo de camarones en jaulas adaptadas en agua dulce, en la laguna de Ñapique, Piura, Peru. En la estancion de verano Enero-Mayo 2010 Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its clarity. However, we trust you will notify us if you …

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Realizando trasplante de juveniles de camaron (Peru) -in Spanish

Credit: Victor Hugo Juarez Pena (Peru). Trasplante de juveniles de camarón de 1,5 gramos y 25 dias de cultivo, en estanque de tierra abastecido con aguas de rio piura. Enero 2010 Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its clarity. However, we trust you will notify us if you …

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