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Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, ISSN 0022-0981, 12/2012, Volume 438, pp. 154 - 162
The effect of temperature (15, 18 and 21 °C) on the early development of the long-snouted seahorse were analysed, both under feeding (until day 30 post partum)... 
Temperature | Seahorse | Growth | Effective day-degrees | Survival | Hippocampus guttulatus | COASTAL LAGOON | GADUS-MORHUA | LONG-SNOUTED SEAHORSE | ATLANTIC COD | YOLK-SAC LARVAE | KUDA BLEEKER | MARINE FISH-LARVAE | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | LIFE-HISTORY | ECOLOGY | JUVENILE SEAHORSES | NORTHEAST ARCTIC COD | Brain | Analysis
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Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, ISSN 0893-8849, 04/2011, Volume 42, Issue 2, pp. 135 - 166
This work addresses the most relevant advances in the breeding and rearing of marine ornamental species. The main breakthroughs in marine ornamental fish... 
SEAHORSE HIPPOCAMPUS-GUTTULATUS | LIVE PREY ENRICHMENT | SABELLA-SPALLANZANII POLYCHAETA | FISHERIES | DECAPOD CRUSTACEAN LARVAE | MITHRACULUS-FORCEPS EDWARDS,A.MILNE | GIANT SEA-ANEMONES | CORAL-REEFS | LONG-SNOUTED SEAHORSE | FATTY-ACID PROFILE | CLAMS TRIDACNA-GIGAS | Corals | Embryonic development | Ports
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Aquaculture Research, ISSN 1355-557X, 11/2016, Volume 47, Issue 11, pp. 3558 - 3569
Differences in survival and growth rates in seahorse Hippocampus guttulatus juveniles feeding on Artemia sp. or copepods have been related to specific... 
digestibility | Artemia | copepods | ontogeny | enzyme activity | Hippocampus guttulatus | SURVIVAL | LONG-SNOUTED SEAHORSE | COD GADUS-MORHUA | ATLANTIC COD | MARINE FISH LARVAE | FISHERIES | TEMPERATURE | ENZYMES | GROWTH | MYSTUS-NEMURUS | FOOD | Enzymes | Brain
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Aquaculture, ISSN 0044-8486, 11/2016, Volume 464, pp. 196 - 204
The activities of some of the main digestive enzymes of long snouted seahorse ( ; Ginsburg, 1933) measured during the initial 20 days after birth were used to... 
Hippocampus reidi | Digestive enzymes | Newborn seahorse | Zymograms | Nutrition | Seahorse development | 3 SPOTTED SEAHORSE | ENZYME-ACTIVITIES | ENRICHED ARTEMIA | LARVAL DEVELOPMENT | GUTTULATUS | LONGSNOUT SEAHORSE | KUDA BLEEKER | FISHERIES | FISH LARVAE | SOLEA-SENEGALENSIS | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | GROWTH | Brain | Usage | Trypsin | Biochemistry | Analysis | Enzymes | Commercial fishing | Aquatic life | Aquaculture
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발생과 생식, ISSN 2465-9525, 2018, Volume 22, Issue 4, pp. 361 - 367
The newborn, larvae were 6.97-8.81, standard length (SL) mm (mean 7.89 mm) and mouth and anuse were open. Dorsal fin rays 15-18 and pectoral fin-rays were... 
Juvenile | Larvae | Seahorse | Hippocampus kuda | Egg | Original Research Paper
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Fisheries Research, ISSN 0165-7836, 12/2015, Volume 172, pp. 318 - 324
Seahorses (genus ) are flagship species for marine conservation and evolutionary studies. Wild seahorse populations have declined sharply because of... 
Cross-amplification | Seahorse | Species identification | Microsatellite (SSR) | AQUACULTURE | MARKERS | LOCI | MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA | FISHERIES | AMPLIFICATION | CONSERVATION | SYNGNATHIDAE | LARVAE | FISH | UTILITY | Brain | Genomics | Methods
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Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, ISSN 0893-8849, 08/2014, Volume 45, Issue 4, pp. 447 - 453
The Mexican cichlid Cichlasoma beani is currently exploited regionally as food and can be commercialized in the aquarium trade. Natural populations of C. beani... 
FISHERIES | TILAPIA | TEMPERATURE | SEAHORSES | LARVAE | CONVICT CICHLIDS | REPRODUCTIVE-BEHAVIOR | ECOSYSTEMS | EGGS
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Aquaculture Research, ISSN 1355-557X, 11/2012, Volume 43, Issue 12, pp. 1804 - 1815
This study examined the feeding selectivity of H ippocampus kuda juveniles under captive conditions and evaluates different food organisms that could be used... 
food preference | copepods | rotifer | Hippocampus | feeding | Copepods | Food preference | Rotifer | Feeding | SURVIVAL | EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT | CULTURED SEAHORSES | COPEPOD NAUPLII | LIPID NUTRITION | TRIMACULATUS LEACH | FISHERIES | SYNGNATHIDAE | GROWTH | LARVAE | LIFE-HISTORY | Brain
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