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The feasibility of developing a local supply of penaeid seed for aquaculture in Solomon Islands / undertaken by jean-Marc Delaune
Bib ID 2560715
Format BookBook
Author
DeLaune, Jean-Marc
 
Description Honiara, Solomon Islands : Ministry of Natural Resources, Fisheries Department, 1989 
21, 3 p. : maps ; 28 cm. 
Series

Fisheries technical bulletin (Honiara, Solomon Islands) ; no. 2.

Notes

"May 1989"

Subjects Aquaculture -- Solomon Islands.  |  Penaeidae.  |  Shrimp culture -- Solomon Islands.  |  Crustacea -- Identification.
Other authors/contributors Solomon Islands. Ministry of Natural Resources. Fisheries Department

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