Eating behavior and Molting of Black Tiger Prawn

Eating behavior and Molting of Black Tiger Prawn

In this article we will give you a detailed explanation of the characteristics of eating and culling of black tiger shrimp. This is an important feature that you need to master the process of shrimp farming Eating behavior Black Tiger Prawn is omnivorous. Black Tiger Prawns prefer animals that live and move more slowly than organic rotting or debris. Black Tiger Prawn is particularly favored for crustaceans, underwater plants, organic debris, polychaetes, bivalves, and bivalves.In…

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How to distinguish between male and female shrimp

How to distinguish between male and female shrimp

How to distinguish male and female shrimps of some shrimp varieties will be shared in the article below. The distinction between male and female shrimps is important for intensive shrimp culture. Black tiger shrimp, white shrimp, white shrimp and lobster are the most cultured shrimp species in Vietnam with high economic value. Each shrimp breed recognizes males and females differently. When the shrimp is not fully mature: Male cavalcock has sexual hole at the base…

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Biological characteristics (part 2)

Biological characteristics (part 2)

It is more diffirence to determine maturity in males, only when sperm is found at the end of the vasectomy. Usually based on weight to determine when males weigh 50g or more. Black Tiger Prawn life cycleThe development stages of Black Tiger Prawn’s larvae: Nauplli method consists of 6 stages:According to the technique of professional tiger prawns, 36 to 51 hours, the Naupllo swim short and then break, peeling 4 times, each time about 7…

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Biological characteristics (pt1)

Giant / Black Tiger Prawn is classified according to the following techniques: Regnum: Animalia, Phylum: Arthropoda, Subphylum: Crustacea, Class ( Malacostraca, subclass: Eumalacostraca, superordo: Eucarida, ordo: Decapoda, subordo: Dendrobranchiata, superfamilia: Panaeoidea, Family: Penaeidae , Chi (genus): Penaeus, species: P. monodon. Black Tiger Prawn is clearly classified and needs a sufficiently large amount of oxygen from the shrimp fan so that the shrimp can grow and grow well. The biology of Black Tiger PrawnFrom the outside,…

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