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Add To Calendar 29/04/2016 09:50:0029/04/2016 10:10:00Africa/JohannesburgAsian-Pacific Aquaculture 2016INCREASING PRODUCTION OF DECORATIVE FISH NEMO FROSTBITE        (Amphiprion ocellaris var.Frostbite) WITH VARIATION MATCHMAKING Diamond 5The World Aquaculture Societyjohnc@was.orgfalseanrl65yqlzh3g1q0dme13067DD/MM/YYYY

INCREASING PRODUCTION OF DECORATIVE FISH NEMO FROSTBITE        (Amphiprion ocellaris var.Frostbite) WITH VARIATION MATCHMAKING

Abdul Gani, Robianta Nurhadi and Hariyano
bbl_ambon@yahoo.co.id

BPBL development of ornamental fish in Ambon, from year to year have shown encouraging results. Production has begun to increase in number and the number of species that have been successfully cultivated. Nemo fish is one type of ornamental fish very rapid development and has produced several types of nemo hybrid with a high price. Among the resulting hybrid is nemo nemo new frossbite that are excellent in BPBL Ambon. Nemo is a cross between Amphiprion percula and ocellaris Amphiprion with dominant shades of white with a few black spots on the white body.

This activity takes place from March-June 2015 is housed in Hatcery Ornamental Fish BPBL Ambon, using 5 methods of matchmaking. The first matchmaking between Amphiprion Percula var. Picasso with Amphiprion ocellaris var. Snowflake. The second matchmaking between A. ocellaris var. Snowflake with A. ocellaris var. Snowflake, a third match between A. ocellaris var. Snowflake with A. ocellaris var. Frossbite, fourth match between A. percula var. Picasso with A. ocellaris var. Frossbite and fifth matchmaking between A. ocellaris var. Frossbite with A. ocellaris var. Frossbite. This matchmaking activities carried out in the tank capacity of 80 liters by anemones and pieces of pipe as a place to put the anemones and the attachment of eggs produced.

The results obtained in these activities, among others; The first match resulted in a 20-25% nemo frossbite (A. ocellaris var. Frossbite), second marriages produce 7-10% nemo frossbite, third matchmaking produce 20-30% nemo frossbite, fourth matchmaking produce 30-35% nemo frossbite and matchmaking fifth nemo frossbite 50-65% yield.

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