Tag: Tunisia

Spirulina culture at the National Institute of Sciences and Technologies of the Sea. Monastir, Tunisia.

Spirulina is characterized by its high content of protein in regard to the amino acids as well as the essential fatty-acids. The photo which was taken during 1998 shows the culture of Spirulina as carried out in the research facilities at Monastir, Tunisia. The culture of Spirulina, “Arthrospira platensis” has different purposes that include: Feeding …

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Freshwater aquaculture in Tunisia

Photo credit: Temporarily unidentified                                                  Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal Even though, there are a decent number of freshwater species, only three species are the key farmed species. These species are flathead …

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Marine raceway farming of European seabass and gilthead seabream in Tunisia

Credit: Dhaouadi Raouf (Tunisia) The three photos show the main components of a large marine aquaculture project in Tunisia whereas European seabass (Dicentrachus labrax) and gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) are farmed in the project. The project has 224 raceways used for grow out. This project has its own hatchery as reflected in the photos on the …

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