New chapter in cleaner fish farming


A LONG awaited book on cleaner fish biology gathers together leading specialists in the field and provides protocols in cleaner fish rearing, deployment, health and welfare.

Cleaner Fish Biology and Aquaculture Applications, edited by Jim Treasurer, reviews and presents new knowledge on the biology of the utilised cleaner fish species, wrasse and lumpfish. It will be published in March next year.

Cleaner fish are increasingly being deployed in aquaculture as a means of biological control of parasitic sea lice and, consequently, the farming of wrasse and lumpfish is now one of the fastest expanding.................................

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