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American J. of Cardiovascular Drugs     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 13, SJR: 0.864, h-index: 39)
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American Sociologist     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 12, SJR: 0.18, h-index: 13)
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Journal Cover Aquarium Sciences and Conservation
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  • Ornamental Fish Industry in Sri Lanka: Present Status and Future Trends
    • Authors: R.G.S. Wijesekara; A. Yakupitiyage
      Pages: 241 - 252
      Abstract: Abstract The aquarium fish industry in Sri Lanka has become a valuable foreign exchange earner during the past few years, earning Rs. 530 million in 1998. Sri Lankan ornamental fish exports for the international market include locally wild caught marine, brackish-water and freshwater species as well as captive bred freshwater fish. Presently, there are about 18 registered aquarium fish exporters and together they currently contribute approximately 1% of the world's demand for ornamental fish. Of the freshwater fish species exported from Sri Lanka, the guppy ranks the highest (67% by number), followed by swordtails, angels, platies and various species of tetras. This study aims to assess the present status and future trends in the ornamental fish industry in Sri Lanka; to overview the present fish production system which caters for the international market; and to identify present constraints within the industry.
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1013154407298
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Early Development of the Mandarinfish, Synchiropus splendidus
           (Callionymidae), with notes on its Fishery and Potential for Culture
    • Authors: Yvonne Sadovy; George Mitcheson; Maria B. Rasotto
      Pages: 253 - 263
      Abstract: Abstract The mandarinfish, Synchiropus splendidus, is a small, pelagic-spawning enthic dragonet of the western Pacific. Although popular in the marine aquarium trade, little is known of its fishery or biology. All aquarium-trade animals are currently taken from the wild and the impact of heavy collecting is unknown. The specialized and selective nature of the fishery for mandarinfish is described and its potential to disrupt the mating system identified. As a possible alternative to wild capture and as an aid to sustainable exploitation, egg production and early development relevant to mariculture are described, including egg output, embryo, larva and post-settlement development to 30 days, based on live material. Egg output was determined for 40 females and ranged from 12 to 205 eggs. Embryo and larva development were rapid, with settlement occurring within 14 days at 24–26 °C, and at 3.5 mm TL. The swimbladder is retained in adults. Our limited attempts at raising the mandarinfish to settlement were encouraging and suggest an excellent potential for mariculture with implications for both conservation and improved maintenance of fish in captivity. At present, given that this species is difficult to maintain in captivity, it is only suitable for experienced aquarists. Preliminary diet information is provided.
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1013168029479
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • The Influence of Livefeed Supplementation on Growth and Reproductive
           Performance of Swordtail (Xiphophorus helleri Heckel 1848) Broodstock
    • Authors: D.P. Kruger; P.J. Britz; J. Sales
      Pages: 265 - 273
      Abstract: Abstract The influence of supplementation of drum-dried flake feed with various levels of Daphnia sp. on the growth and fecundity of broodstock Xiphophorus helleri was evaluated. Weekly supplementation showed no measurable advantage over flake feed only. A direct correlation was demonstrated between fecundity and size of female fish when fed a formulated flake feed only. Fish fed a daily Daphnia supplement had a mean final weight of 5.97 g, feed conversion ratio of 1.33 and mean fecundity of 190 embryos per female, which was significantly higher than the yield from the non-supplemented or weekly supplemented treatments. Despite these differences, the number of young harvested during the experiment did not differ (P > 0.05) between treatments and this discrepancy was ascribed to parental cannibalism of new born juveniles.
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1013109128120
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Influence of Varying Dietary Protein Content at Three Lipid Concentrations
           on Growth Characteristics of Juvenile Swordtails (Xiphophorus helleri
           Heckel 1848)
    • Authors: D.P. Kruger; P.J. Britz; J. Sales
      Pages: 275 - 280
      Abstract: Abstract Three protein levels (30%, 38% and 45%) at three different dietary lipid concentrations (6%, 8% and 12%) were used to formulate nine different diets that were fed for 60 days to 6–8 weeks old juvenile swordtails (Xiphophorus helleri). It would appear that a diet of at least 45% protein at a 6% lipid concentration is needed for the best specific growth rate (1.27% per day) and feed conversion ratio (2.50) at this specific growth phase in X. helleri. No ‘protein sparing effect’ was found when lipid concentration was increased at lower protein levels.
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1013150314719
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • The Behavioural Response of Coral Reef Fish Following Introduction to a
           Novel Aquarium Environment.
    • Authors: Andrew B. Gill; Mark J. Andrews
      Pages: 281 - 292
      Abstract: Abstract Following the construction of a large-scale public aquarium, we were presented with an opportunity to investigate how wild caught Caribbean reef fish respond to their first encounter with a novel environment. Within the constraints of this opportunity, we designed a behavioural study to determine the reef fishes' response to a new habitat in relation to their locomotory mode. Nine species of fish representing three locomotory modes: carangiform, sub-carangiform and labriform/sub-carangiform were observed over a four-week period following their first introduction to the aquarium. Fish activity levels and spatial distribution were quantified in relation to time since their first encounter with the novel environment. The most important result was that, regardless of locomotory mode or ecology, all of the species extensively explored the novel environment rather than settle on the first habitat that they encountered. This is a particularly interesting result for territorial species. More specifically, however, there were significant differences between species in activity through time. Carangiform activity level was lowest in the initial phases of an encounter with the novel environment subsequently rising to a stable level. The other species had variable activity throughout the study, but all of them exhibited a phase of low activity at some stage during the study. In terms of the fishes' use of the 2.5 million litres of water, six species utilised the whole of the aquarium based on a predefined zoning scheme. Although the initial activity level was low, carangiform swimmers used at least 90% of the zones in the early phases of an encounter with the novel environment and subsequently used all of the zones. Sub-carangiform species also used 100% of the zones by the end of the study. Three of the four labriform/sub-carangiform swimmers used a maximum of 90% of the zones. There was no significant difference between species in their use of the zones. However, each individual zone was subject to differential use by the fish. Owing to the extensive scale of the aquarium, we discuss the applicability of the behavioural results obtained to the natural environment in the context of the ecology of the species of fish studied.
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1013115908988
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Frequency and Periodicity of Spawning in the Clownfish Amphiprion
           akallopisos Under Aquarium Conditions
    • Authors: Andrew K. Gordon; Andre W. Bok
      Pages: 293 - 299
      Abstract: Abstract Amphiprion akallopisos kept under aquarium conditions in South Africa spawned on average 2.2±0.8 (standard deviation) times per month throughout the year. There was no significant correlation between percentage of A. akallopisos pairs spawning and phase of the moon or tidal patterns. The increase in the number of spawnings during some spring and summer months appeared to correlate with changing photoperiod rather than changing water temperature.
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1013127714071
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Transmission Ecology and Larval Behaviour of Camallanus cotti (Nematoda,
           Camallanidae) Under Aquarium Conditions
    • Authors: Arne Levsen
      Pages: 301 - 311
      Abstract: Abstract The parasitic fish nematode Camallanus cotti has been reported from a number of freshwater fish species around the world. Its wide geographical distribution seems mainly to be the result of anthropogenic dissemination due to extensive ornamental fish trade. In most reports it is assumed that C. cotti's life cycle involves cyclopoid copepods as intermediate host and various freshwater fishes as final host. However, the species' relatively frequent and persistent occurrence in aquaria worldwide strongly indicates flexibility in its life cycle, i.e. the ability to infect the final host directly. The present study has shown that under aquaria conditions, without any presence of copepods, C. cotti is able to infect various phylogenetically distant fish species directly for at least three generations. It was further shown that the infective free-living first-stage larvae may survive for more than three weeks in the host-external environment and that their host-attracting behaviour is not precluding direct transmission to the final fish host. Any treatment for C. cotti under aquaculture or aquarium conditions should be directed towards both individual infected fish hosts as well as the free-living larvae on the substrate.
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1013137801600
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Health Status of Ornamental Freshwater Fishes Imported to South Africa: A
           Pilot Study
    • Authors: A. Mouton; L. Basson; D. Impson
      Pages: 313 - 319
      Abstract: Abstract Keeping fish is a popular pastime in South Africa and the majority of ornamental fish are imported. A pilot study was initiated to examine the health status of ornamental freshwater fishes imported to South Africa. Four groups of thirty fish each were examined for the presence of external parasites, and processed for virus isolation and for bacterial and mycobacterial culture. The groups consisted of goldfish (Carassius auratus), koi (Cyprinus carpio), guppies (Poecilia reticulata) and cardinal tetras (Cheirodon axelrodi). Mycobacterium fortuitum was isolated from the goldfish and koi. No other significant bacteria were isolated and virus culture was negative for all groups. Skin scrapings and wet gill preparations were made to detect external parasites. Parasites were identified from fixed material. External parasites included Trichodina mutabilis, Ichthyophthirius multifiliis, ciliophorans of the genus Tetrahymena, and monogeneans belonging to the genera Dactylogyrus and Gyrodactylus. This is the first report of Trichodina mutabilis in South Africa. Diseases imported with ornamental fish pose a risk to both indigenous fish populations and the aquaculture industry.
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1013197928590
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Tubercular Lesions in Two Spanish Cyprinodontid fishes
    • Authors: S. Gómez
      Pages: 321 - 324
      Abstract: Abstract A histopathological study of tubercular lesions in Lebias (=Aphanius) ibera and Valencia hispanica (Cyprinodontidae) was carried out using conventional acid-fast staining and immunohistochemical methods. The clinical signs in diseased fish comprised exophthalmos, emaciation and melanosis. Examination of stained sections revealed a systemic granulomatous process associated with positive Zielh–Neelsen bacilli in the lesions. The immunohistochemical staining was positive in all cases and the mycobacterial antigen was detected in affected organs.
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1013128813810
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Cetacean Societies – field studies of dolphins and whales; Janet Mann,
           Richard C. Connor, Peter L. Tyack and Hal Whitehead (eds)
    • Pages: 325 - 326
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1017339526569
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Reef fishes of Hong Kong; Y. Sadovy and A.S. Cornish
    • Pages: 327 - 327
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1017416105684
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Volume Contents
    • Pages: 329 - 330
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1017427508681
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Author Index to Volume 4 (2001)
    • Pages: 331 - 331
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1017479525520
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • List of referees for the volumes 2 and 3 (1998–2001)
    • Pages: 332 - 332
      PubDate: 2001-12-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1017431609590
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 4 (2001)
       
  • Foreword
    • Authors: Christopher Brown; Leonard Young
      Pages: 1 - 2
      PubDate: 2001-03-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1011378529051
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1%2F3 (2001)
       
  • Global Advances in Conservation and Management of Marine Ornamental
           Resources
    • Authors: Elizabeth Wood
      Pages: 65 - 77
      Abstract: Abstract Currently, as many as 30 million coral reef fish belonging to 1,000 species are collected annually to supply private and public aquaria around the world. In addition, over 100 species of invertebrate are used, involving hundreds of thousands or even millions of individuals. The majority of these specimens come from coral reefs and associated habitats, with about 45 countries supplying the ornamental market. Considering the many pressures currently faced by reefs it is vital that ornamental fisheries are investigated and monitored, and management strategies formulated to ensure they are sustainable. This requires research, monitoring, training, use of non-damaging collecting methods and adoption of conservation strategies for controlling catch, such as reserves, quotas and closed seasons. There are also a number of possibilities for enhancing the fishery, such as mariculture and construction of artificial reefs. This paper concentrates on some of the conservation measures that can be taken and discusses their application and effectiveness. Such measures include limiting collecting effort, establishment of species-based or overall quotas, restrictions on rare and/or endemic species, temporary closures and establishment of fisherybreak reserves.
      PubDate: 2001-03-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1011391700880
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1%2F3 (2001)
       
  • Essential Fish Habitat and the Effective Design of Marine Reserves:
           Application for Marine Ornamental Fishes
    • Authors: Alan M. Friedlander
      Pages: 135 - 150
      Abstract: Abstract Extensive and unregulated harvest of marine ornamental fishes can lead to localized depletion of target species and habitat degradation from inappropriate collecting techniques. One potential solution to these problems is the creation of marine reserves where fishing is prohibited. Marine reserves have been shown to increase fish abundance and protect ecosystems from habitat destruction associated with fishing. If protective areas are to be effective, they must include the diversity of habitats necessary to accommodate the wide range of fish species that are of interest to the marine ornamental fish trade. Fish assemblages with high diversity and abundance are often associated with habitats of high structural complexity. A relationship between fish size and reef complexity suggests the importance of shelter as a refuge for certain fishes in avoiding predation. Many species tend to aggregate to spawn in structurally complex habitats to reduce their risk of predation. Closing of spawning areas during aggregation periods has been shown to be a highly effective management strategy for these species. The limited home ranges and high degree of habitat specificity associated with many marine ornamental fishes should make marine reserves a highly effective strategy for managing these resources.
      PubDate: 2001-03-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1011390729192
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1%2F3 (2001)
       
  • Ornamental Reef Fish Aquaculture and Collection in Hawaii
    • Authors: Thomas Ogawa; Christopher L. Brown
      Pages: 151 - 169
      Abstract: Abstract Ornamental fishes endemic to Hawaii's reefs are a valued resource and a staple of the marine aquarium trade, worldwide. At present, the market for Hawaiian ornamental reef fish is supplied entirely by the export of wild-captured animals, but the long-term sustainability of this practice is debatable. The success of breeders of ornamental fishes elsewhere, and concerns about overexploitation of wild fishes have stimulated interest in the development of an industry based on the captive propagation and rearing of Hawaiian ornamental fishes. Initial attempts to spawn and rear the larvae of various marine ornamental fishes in Hawaii were carried out in the early 1970s. The results of these culture efforts, conducted primarily at the Oceanic Institute and the University of Hawaii's Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology on Oahu, have varied in success. For the most part, these results have appeared previously only in dissertations or in reports distributed locally. Technological improvements in marine aquarium husbandry and in the culture of edible marine fishes have both benefited practitioners of ornamental reef fish culture, and promise to do so in the future. Our objective in this paper is to review the progress that has been made in the captive cultivation of ornamental marine fishes and to provide an overview of the status of the marine aquarium industry in Hawaii.
      PubDate: 2001-03-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1011396200887
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1%2F3 (2001)
       
  • Feeding Electivity Indices in Surgeonfish (Acanthuridae) of The Florida
           Keys
    • Authors: G. Christopher Tilghman; RuthEllen Klinger-Bowen; Ruth Francis-Floyd
      Pages: 215 - 223
      Abstract: Abstract Three species of surgeonfish Acanthurus coeruleus (blue tang) (Block and Schneider), A. bahianus (ocean surgeonfish) (Castelnau), and A. chirurgus (doctorfish) (Block) were captured in the waters of the Florida Keys (24°03′N, 81°40′W). In total, 39 of these fish were captured between March and December of 1999. Items found in the stomachs of these fish were identified and analyzed for percent occurrence. These values were compared to percent occurrence values of the same items from random bottom transects taken at the point of capture to quantify any forage selectivity or avoidance behavior of these fish. A. bahianus selected for sand and chlorophytes and avoided phaeophytes. A. chirurgus also showed selection for sand and chlorophytes, while 58% of those sampled selected for phaeophytes and 42% avoided them. A. coeruleus avoided sand and selected for rhodophytes and chlorophytes. Phaeophytes were also selected for in 80% of A. coeruleus sampled. Understanding food preferences of free-ranging Florida surgeonfish may provide insight to improve nutritional management of captive herbivorous reef fish.
      PubDate: 2001-03-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1011338716923
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1%2F3 (2001)
       
  • Growing Giant Clam (Tridacna Derasa) in Aquaculture Effluent
    • Authors: Junda Lin; Maria Sparsis; Randolph W. Hagood
      Pages: 225 - 230
      Abstract: Abstract Juvenile giant clams (Hippopus spp. and Tridacna spp.) are highly valuable and popular in the aquarium trade due to their brightly colored mantles with various patterns. Giant clams are unique bivalves in that they possess symbiotic zooxanthellae (Symbiodinium). A previous study by the authors demonstrated the feasibility of culturing giant clams in aquaculture effluent. Among the four species tested (Tridacna derasa, T. gigas, T. maxima, and T. squamosa), T. derasa was the most suitable for culturing in effluent. The present study compared the growth, survivorship, and condition indexes of T. derasa (mean initial shell length about 83 mm) cultured in fish culture effluent or seawater for six months. The clams grew significantly faster (1.29 vs. 0.93 mm shell length/month) and had marginally significant (p = 0.076) higher survivorship (94.1% vs. 77.7%) than those in control seawater. Total (shell and tissue) and tissue weight indexes (g/mm shell length), and mitotic index (% dividing zooxanthellae) were similar between the treatment and control clams; whereas zooxanthellae density (number of zooxanthellae/g clam tissue) of the clams in the effluent tanks was 2.5 times higher than that in control tanks.
      PubDate: 2001-03-01
      DOI: 10.1023/a:1011302022349
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1%2F3 (2001)
       
 
 
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