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2018, Canadian technical report of fisheries and aquatic sciences, ISBN 9780600251110, Volume 3252., 1 online resource (v, 12 pages)
Scallops are benthic bivalves that spend the first 5 weeks of their lives swimming as pelagic larvae. Scallop larvae pass through various stages before... 
Scallop culture | Placopecten magellanicus | marine water | Aquacuture | spat | Chlamys islandica | seeding (aquacuture) | Research | Recherche | Pectiniculture | Aquaculture
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2015, 2015/004., Volume 2015/004., v, 34
Sea lice are found on farmed and wild fish on both the west coast and east coast of Canada. The predominant species on both coasts is referred to as... 
marine water | aquacuture | parasitism | Caligus elongatus | Canada coasts | population characteristics | Caligus clemensi | epidemiology | population factors | fish culture | population control | parasites | Lepeophtheirus salmonis
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