publication . Master thesis . 2008

Using traps of terrestrial insects in culture of rheophilic fish fingerling

HERCIG, Daniel;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
  • Country: Czech Republic
Food is one of the most important items in fish culture economy. Juvenile fish prove the fastest growth rates and that is the reason why their appropriate nourishment is so important. Surface drift of terrestrial insects provides an excellent food for rheophilic fish species . Reophilic fishes are able to utilise also plants and particularly algae too. Terrestrial insects can be attracted to water surface by various ways. Is it a light trap during the night. The installation of colour traps is another possibility of insect enticement, for example when located several centimetres bellow the water. We can use various coloured traps {--} yellow, red, blue and other...
Medical Subject Headings: fungifood and beverages
free text keywords: terrestrial insects; rheophilic fish; reofilní ryby; náletový hmyz; coloured traps; barevné pasti
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