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Investigacion en reproduccion con especies nativas (Colombia) in Spanish/English

Credit: Jaime Uribe and Lury Garcia (Colombia) Se fotos trabajos de investigacion en reproduccion con especies nativas Barbudo (Rhamdia quelen) en Panama (durante la extracción de huevos y la incubación)   These photos show research reproduction of native species in Panama such as black catfish, Rhamdia quelen in Panama (during egg stripping and incubation).     Advertisements

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Egg incubation and embryonic development of black catfish, Rhamdia quelen – Uruguay (in Spanish)

Credit: Claudia Turra (Uruguay) Foto 1: Huevos en incubación de Bagre Negro. Foto 2: Vista microscópica de Alevinos de Bagre Negro en sus primeras etapas de formación. Foto 3: Vista microscópica de Alevinos de Bagre Negro. 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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Hatchery technology and early nursing of black catfish, Rhamdia quelen in Uruguay

Photo credit: Claudia Turra (Uruguay) –  Description: Claudia Turra and Abdel Rahman El Gamal In nature, the black catfish, Rhamdia quelen reproduce during most of the year except during the winter months. Being fractional spawners, females release small amounts of eggs several times during the spawning season. The absolute fecundity (number of eggs/female) could range from about …

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Reproduction of black catfish, Rhamdia quelen in Uruguay – (Broodstock)

Photo credit: Claudia Turra (Uruguay) –  Description: Claudia Turra and Abdel Rahman El Gamal This species, Rhamdia quelen which belongs to the siluridae family is a South American catfish that is known by Black catfish in addition to other local names. The photo shows a broodstock of Black catfish in “Punta Negra” fish farm, Maldonado-Uruguay. The …

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A state fish hatchery for common carp (Cyprinus carpio) and black catfish (Rhamdia quelen) in Uruguay

Credit: Alejandro Perretta (Uruguay) These photos show the only state fish hatchery for the production of common carp and black catfish in Uruguay. The hatchery is located in the north in a small village called “Villa Constitución” in “Departamento de Salto” (Salto province). The mandate of the hatchery is to supply seeds of common carp …

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