siganid


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siganid

(sɪˈɡænɪd)
n
(Animals) a tropical fish in the family Siganidae
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The regional center for the nursery of bangus, siganid, pompano, grouper and abalone clams, CVMSNDTC, now under their center chief Gamelba Dumadag, produces fingerlings for the regions requirements for top grade commercial fish for government and private fish culture across the region.
On Wednesday, Rosario said fish in the wild, such as mallet, goby, siganid, groupers and shrimps, were found floating in the channel.
While cultivable finfish include Milkfish (Bangus), Siganid (Danggit), Grouper (Lapu- Lapu), Sea Bass (Apahap), Parrot Fishes (Mulmul), Stone Fish (Loppoh), Squid, Octopus, and tropical aquarium fishes.
2006) showed that the presence of commercially valued marine species such as seabass, snapper and siganid affect the growth of luminous bacteria in shrimp culture water.
added to the water was a necessary but not sufficient supplement for ISWW to become conducive to good siganid growth.
schmideliana in the Indian Ocean (Yamaguchi 1977b) and five species of siganid fish have distributions centered on the Pacific Ocean, each with a sibling species occurring in the Indian Ocean and an area of overlap in the Indo-Malay region (Woodland 1983).
From these facilities, commercial as well as private fish ponds get their stocks, while the government through the BFAR and LGUs implement fish dispersals of bangus, tilapia, crablets, as well as sell fingerlings for first class fish like pompano, siganid, grouper, prawn for commercial culture.
Others followed suit, including Palisoc and his wife, Lily, who own JE's Bagoong Products, which now packages other items such as sauteed shrimp fry ("ginisang alamang"), fish sauce ("patis") and siganid ("padas").
The forum will focus on fishery, mariculture and ornamental fishery products such as mangrove crabs, milkfish, saline tilapia and siganid.
San Fernando City is also maintaining marine protected areas in several coastal areas like barangays Lingsat and Canaoay, a locally-known haven for sea urchins, sea cucumbers, siganid fish varieties like "barangan," "padas" and malaga as well as seaweeds like "aragan," made into gelatin; and sea weeds like "ar-arusip," "pokpoklo" "kulot" and "barusbos.