Fenneropenaeus indicus is a significant aquaculture species in Iran, Saudi Arabia, India, Indonesia, Vietnam and South Africa (Hoffman et al. Penaeus (Fenneropenaeus) indicus H. Milne Edwards, Next to Metapenaeus dobsoni, P. indicus is the second most important species in the ricefield. This file contains a global overview of the aquaculture species Penaeus indicus.
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Traditional farming practices are still practiced in tidal ponds along the Southwest coast of India.
Scylla serrata is a predator of shrimp in growout ponds. Traditional methods of brackish water aquaculture exist in four maritime states in India, namely West Bengal, Kerala, Karnataka and Goa.
Adults are marine and the juveniles are estuarine. Larval development of Indian penaeid prawns. Title Anatomy Caption External anatomy of Fennerolenaeus indicus. Commercial shrimp farming, with selective stocking of shrimp seeds, was initiated with the establishment of shrimp hatcheries in the government and private sectors in India in he late s; these hatcheries produced Penaeus indicus and Penaeus monodon seeds.
Compared with traditional type of management, semi-intensive production are on a relatively smaller scale with 0.
Marine Fisheries Research and Management. Prices and market statistics White shrimp fetch a relatively lower price than Penaeus monodon.
However, ablated females produce ten, eight and six times as many spawns, eggs and nauplii, respectively, compared to unablated females. In India farmers use locally manufactured commercial shrimp feeds not specifically designed for this species as well as imported feeds designed for Penaeus monodon.
Commercial semi-intensive farming has been adopted in Middle Eastern and in lndicus Gulf countries. Indicys Ecology Progress Series. Rural employment opportunities and other infrastructure facilities increased with the establishment of shrimp farms. This page was last edited on 25 Septemberat This is the traditional system of shrimp farming which involves stocking of the wild seed with incoming tidal water is practiced in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, and Vietnam.
Title Adult Natural enemy. Fisheries and aquaculture resources Capture fisheries resources Aquaculture resources. Detection inicus major penaeid shrimp viruses in Asia, a historical perspective with emphasis on Thailand.
In traditional farming harvesting is done by fitting conical nets on the sluice gates and opening them during low tide. InGreenpeace International added the Indian prawn to its seafood red list. Argyrosomus japonicus is a significant predator if it gets into growout ponds. Coastal aquaculture, marine prawn culture, Part 1.
Title Cormorants Natural enemies Caption Various species of cormorants are natural predators at aquaculture facilities.
Indian prawn – Wikipedia
Small-scale hatcheries purchase the nauplii from nauplii producing centres for further rearing to postlarvae because broodstock maturation facilities require higher investments and infrastructure.
It is called Eraa in Tamil Nadu. Modified extensive Ponds of 1 to 2 ha in size are constructed with separate inlet and outlet facilities on elevated sites to allow complete pond drainage. The contribution of P.
Technology Transfer Series 9. Research should focus on developing genetically improved SPF and SPR broodstock for the production of fast growing and high health shrimp.
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