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Tag: Gracilaria

Nursed red abalone while grazing on sea lettuce (Ulva sp.)

Credit: Peter Hain (Monterey, USA) Red abalone, Haliotis rufescensis an important fishery resource in California, where several hatcheries are producing juveniles of this species. This picture has been taken in a nursing tank in one of those hatcheries located in Monterey region, California. Diatom is the starting feed for baby abalone. As abalones grow on the …

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Growing Gracilaria to feed abalone in Thailand

Photo credit: Kevin Fitzsimmons (USA) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) In Asia including Thailand, several red seaweeds such as Gracilaria have been identified along with their natural habitats. Gracilaria are harvested in large quantity as a commercial source of agar. The increasing demand on agar encouraged the Gracilaria farming to meet the …

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Culture of seaweed in Vietnam

Credit: Han Huong (Vietnam)                                                       Description: Han Huong and Abdel Rahman El Gamal Seaweed culture and processing in Vietnam is becoming an important industry. In the present, Vietnam is among …

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