Campus Units

Natural Resource Ecology and Management

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Conference

AFS Special Symposium on Aquaculture in the 21st Century

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

2005

Journal or Book Title

Aquaculture in the 21st Century

First Page

355

Last Page

372

Conference Title

AFS Special Symposium on Aquaculture in the 21st Century

Conference Date

August 22, 2001

City

Phoenix, Arizona

Abstract

The species commonly referred to as "sunfish" or "panfish" belong to the Centrarchidae family (Pflieger 1975). This family inhabits North America and is loosely divided among three groups: black bass Micropterus spp., sunfish Lepomis spp., and crappie Pomoxis spp. Although Centrarchidae includes several genera with culture potential, this chapter will focus on members of Lepomis; the term "sunfish" will be used hereafter.

Comments

This proceeding was published as Morris, J. E., C. C. Mischke and R. L. Lane. 2005. Culture and propagation of sunfish and their hybrids. Pages 355-372 In A.M. Kelly and J. Silverstein, editors. Aquaculture in the 21st Century. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 46, Bethesda, Maryland. Posted with permission.

Copyright Owner

American Fisheries Society

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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