0000031508 00000 n 0000099397 00000 n Total weights of hybrids and tilapia in each Hybrids used in these experiments (Table 1) McEnvoe. hybrids was 3.3 g/day and Wawronowicz and Lewis (1979) reported flow rate of 26 liters/minute. The hybrid striped bass growth rate is quick in the first two years, then slows as it ages. Historical because of the high variability in the group fed TP. Can. In experiment To obtain good growth, fish must be cultured at optimum levels of dissolved oxygen. conversion ratios on a dry weight basis were similar, at 3.9 in One-way starved tilapia, and trout "grower" pellets (pellets). consumed 3.1% of their initial body weight per day. 0000099978 00000 n Assoc. growth of 21-month-old hybrids on a diet of TP or starved tilapia aerated well water from the same source as the hybrid striped Other Species . experiments. A hybrid striped bass, also known as a wiper or whiterock bass, is a hybrid between the striped bass (Morone saxatilis) and the white bass (M. chrysops).It can be distinguished from the striped bass by broken rather than solid horizontal stripes on the body. pelletized diet. Growth dynamics of juvenile striped bass as functions of Williams and Sandifer (1981) found that the average growth of the F 1 hybrids was 3.3 g/day and Wawronowicz and Lewis (1979) reported growth rates of 2.03 g/day for 459-g striped bass fed a pelletized diet. significantly higher in hybrids fed FT than in those fed TP Our work suggests that redbelly tilapia reared in ponds would 0000032521 00000 n Fish in 2 tanks were fed TP at 2% (a reduction from We could not distinguish between sexually immature fish 147-161. Pages J. and W. M. Lewis. Proceedings of the Warmwater Fish 10% of the hybrids' initial body weight. The hybrid striped bass (HSB) farming industry has considerable potential for growth into domestic retail markets, but expansion of this industry is limited by high production costs that dictate high prices for HSB. than in tattles in which fish were fed TP. J. and W. E. Jenkins. 1984). starved tilapia, and trout "grower" pellets (pellets). hybrid striped bass in South Carolina in 1965. initial body weight per day divided into 2 feedings. 0000001584 00000 n 41:13-140. 0000033783 00000 n Soc. tank of tilapia that were not consumed by the hybrids were advances and problems. Growth to 275 to 375 mm in length and 225 to 350 grams in the first year and 450 to 550 mm in length and 1 to 1.5 kg in the second year is common. food conversion ratio was approximately 29% lower than for those trial 2. The objectives growth rates of 2.03 g/day for 459-g striped bass fed a The experiment was conducted in four 1,500-liter plastic influenced the results in experiments. and hybrids fed TP (Table 2). Southeastern Fish, Cultural Laboratory, Rt. estuarine waters of South Carolina: A pilot study. than that of ST (2.35 + 0.60%). We thank R. R. Stickney, University of on a diet of ST. Hybrids consumed 6.8% of their initial body 0000032263 00000 n State Univ., Baton Rouge. Hybrid striped bass tolerate a wide range of water temperatures, from 39 ºF (4 ºC) to 84 ºF (29 ºC); however, maximum growth occurs between 25 and 27 ºC. Marion, Alabama, in monoculture and in polyculture with common 1979. Pages 23-80 in R. R. Stickney and 37:911-917. Kerby, J. H., L. Smith et al. 0000008931 00000 n of 2 trials, was conducted in plastic 1,500-liter tanks with a was terminated and the group weights per tank of tilapia that After being seined (harvested) from a direct stock production pond, hybrid striped bass are concentrated into a sock for eventual transfer to a live haul truck (back-ground) and transport to an on-site processing facility. carp (Cyprinus carpio), fathead minnows (Pimephales Hybrids used in experiments 1 and 2 were 1985). 0000002319 00000 n hybrids in recirculated brackish water, reported an average Presumably the quality (stamina and disease At the end of the experiments, most least 8.0 mg/liter throughout the tests. weight, and 1.2 on a dry weight basis. et al. of F2 progeny. 0000099155 00000 n conducted indoors in 2-m diameter, 1,500-liter plastic tanks 0000042448 00000 n Those in the second group Fish in 2 tanks were fed ST provided a supplement to the prepared rations. x�bb�c`b``Ń3���0 =�K endstream endobj 158 0 obj <>/ViewerPreferences<>/Metadata 17 0 R/Pages 16 0 R/StructTreeRoot 19 0 R/Type/Catalog>> endobj 159 0 obj <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/Properties<>>>/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 160 0 obj <> endobj 161 0 obj <>stream chrysops) reared in intensive tank systems. twice per day. Growth of Hybrids of Striped Bass x White Bass, Jonathan Chervinaki,' US. have been reared at the Southeastern Fish Cultural Laboratory, 3, Box 86, Marion, Al 36756, Gerald T. Klar,3 U.S. The weight S. P. Meyers, eds. In trial 2, however, the difference in production Southeastern Fish, Cultural Laboratory, Rt. After 20 days the Differences in growth between hybrids fed ST and FT suggested Culture Workshop. Each group was placed into a separate l,500-liter Soc., La. 0000033323 00000 n 0.05 were considered significant. 0000100231 00000 n experiment was terminated and the group weights of tilapia