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fingerling

young fish.
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Indian climbing perch (Anabas testudineus) fingerlings were reared in the laboratory under different feeding conditions.
2] (direct investment) and a support building with an office, accommodation, feed storage and fingerlings cleaning and shipping shed used for the entire fish farming activity (8 ha of ponds).
The present study was therefore planned to study the effect of locally available plant based feed ingredients diet with the replacement of soybean meal diet for the survival, growth and body composition of Catla catla fingerlings.
After years of trials, the company has released three new fingerling varieties that are exclusive to the alliance.
Many of those opportunities come in the form of specialty potatoes such as fingerlings, reds, yellows, purples and creamers.
Most stock a combination of fry (young hatchlings) and fingerlings (either summer fingerlings a couple months old measuring 2 to 5 inches, or advanced fingerlings 4 to 6 months old at least 5 inches long), with limited stocking of juveniles (1 to 3 years of age) and adults.
The book-within-a-movie unfolds in a series of stylized neo-noir tableaus, soaked in Carrey's vaguely Philip Marlowe-esque voiceover, as Fingerling murders his black-wigged moll Fabrizia (also Madsen) in a jealous rage and frames her lover (Danny Huston, unctuous as ever) for the crime.
This Fingerling guy reminds me of my life - it's weird," Walter tells his wife.
Students raise the trout (or salmon depending oil the school's location), from eggs to alevin to fry to fingerlings in their classroom.
The Dutch red fingerling called 'Desiree' has rich yellow flesh and a buttery taste.
Each tank holds 12,000 litres of water and contains 5,000 fingerling catfish.