Open Access Review Article Article ID: IJVSR-3-116

    Largemouth Bass Pond Culture in China: A Review

    Rui Li, Zheng-Yong Wen*, Yuan-Chao Zou, Chuan-Jie Qin and Deng-Yue Yuan

    Largemouth bass micropterus salmoides natives to freshwater area of North America, which is a kind of famous global economic fish, and belongs to Centrarchidae, Perciformes in taxonomy. The fish has been extensively cultured all over the world, due to it some advantageous traits such as delicious meat, strong disease resistance and fast growth speed. This review will summarize the studies aimed at the pond culture technology of largemouth bass in China from artifi cial breeding, offspring culture, fingerling and commercial fish culture, to diseases prevention. Which should be useful for further studies and the aquaculture industry.


    Published on: Feb 14, 2017 Pages: 14-17

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/ijvsr.000016
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