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Crustacés profonds capturés aux casiers aux Antilles Françaises ArchiMer
Paulmier, Gerard.
For several years the fishermen of the West Indies have directed their activities towards new fishing grounds, notably the bathyales zones adjacent to island plateaux up to approximately 1000 metres in depth. Explorations earned out since 1989 have shown that diverse crustacean populations could be exploited. However, populations and exploitable stocks arc not well known. The use of crustaceans traps as a fishing technique permits the capture of shellfish, shrimps and prawns of which at least six species could have commercial interest. The main objective of this work is do draw up an inventory of the principal commercial species as well as the accompanying species belonging to the subordres Decapoda macrura, anomura, brachyura, and to the orders Isopoda...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Crabes; Langoustines; Crevettes; Profond; Crustacés; Inventaire; Antilles françaises; Crabs; Prawns; Shrimps; Depth; Crustaceas; Inventory; French Antillean.
Ano: 1993 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1993/rapport-992.pdf
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Marine crustacean farming: present status and perspectives ArchiMer
Laubier, Annie; Laubier, Lucien.
For centuries, several species of prawns and crabs have been raised from wild-caught juveniles in coastal brackish-water fish ponds in various countries of south east Asia. The Indonesian "tambaks" are well known examples of such traditional practices. In western countries, since the turn of the century, advances of marine biology and fast increase of marine fisheries enabled the development of large-scale production and release of larval stages of American and European lobsters in a fruitless attempt to restock natural populations. After the Second World War, the increasing demand for crustaceans in United States and Japan was satisfied by opening new prawn fisheries all over the world. A major breakthrough was achieved with the development of hatchery...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Crustacés; Crevettes; Crabes; Homards; Aquaculture; Exploitation; Penaeidae; Crustaceans; Shrimps; Prawns; Crabs; Lobsters; Aquaculture; Exploitation; Penaeidae.
Ano: 1993 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00190/30119/28587.pdf
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Stockage et transport des crustacés vivants ArchiMer
Chartois, Herve; Latrouite, Daniel; Le Carre, P.
Fishing and trade of living crustaceans are dynamic commercial sectors in France. 25 000 tons of local or imported crabs, lobsters , crawsfishes are yearly treated. Based upon a literature review and fishmongers interviews, this study describes the current pratices and problems associated to live crabs and lobsters storage. Supply conditions of live crustaceans, marketing networks, and biological, ecological and physiological characteristics of crustaceans were discussed. Morever, storage facilities, their operating rules and factors affecting the survival rate under storage and transportation conditions were reviewed.
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Lobsters; Crabs; Shellfish; Survival rate; Transport; Storage; Crustacean; Fishery products; Langoustes; Homards; Crabes; Physiologie; Survie; Transport; Stockage; Crustacés.
Ano: 1994 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1994/rapport-634.pdf
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