THE INFLUENCE OF GROWTH AND SURVIVOR RATE ON TOMATO ANEMONE FISH AMPHIPRION FRENATUS BREVOORT 1856

Ha Le Thi Loc, Bui Thi Nhu Quynh

Abstract


This study presents data on the effect ofdensity on growth and survival rate
ofAmphiprion ji-enatus. Four experiments were concluded: 2, 3, 4 and 5 inds/1. As a result, density clearly affected growth and survival rate ofA. ji-enatus. The highest growth and survival rate were achieved on 2 inds/1 (Specific Growth Rate- Length: 0.59%/day, growth rate - length: 26mm respective with survivor rate: 100%) but it is not different ji-om inds which were raised at 3 inds/1 (Specific Growth Rate- Length: 0.55%/day, growth rate length: 25.4mm respective with survival' rate: 100%) (base on statistical analysis). In the 4
inds/1 experiment, survival was achieved 100% but growth rate was slower than two experiments before (Specific Growth Rate- Length:0.4%/day, growth rate - length: 24mm respective). The lowest growth and survival were achieved at 5 inds/1 (Specific Growth RateLength: 0.29%/day, growth rate - length: 23mm respective with suvivor rate: 93%). So, if we consider economic effect, we should choose to raise A.frenatus at 3 inds/1.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15625/1859-3097/9/1/6256

Journal of Marine Science and Technology ISSN: 1859 3097

Published by Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology