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New episodes of our Fish Talk podcast!

Yesterday we released new episodes of FishEthoBase programme at our Fish Talk podcast! This time the episodes are focused on Milkfish (Chanos chanos), Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) and Pond loach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus).

FishEthoBase programme is a series of very brief audios that are focused on fish species with profiles already published in our FishEthoBase. The idea is to give information about natural needs, behaviours or farming conditions of fishes and other aquatic farmed animals; all this in just a few words (less than 3 min).

If you would like to know the programme and to listen the new episodes (series 8), please click here.

(posted on Sept. 22, 2022)

FishEthoBase has a new short profile!

Recently we have published one more short profile in our FishEthoBase. It is about the Pengba fish, scientifically known as Osteobrama belangeri. It is a cyprinid fish that naturally inhabits rivers and lakes in India, Myanmar, and China. Despite Pengba can be considered a potential species for diversification of carp culture with a high price and a great demand, it is vulnerable to stress and diseases... Such profile was authored by Caroline Marques Maia.

FishEthoBase is the first online and open access database to assemble ethological scientific knowledge on farmed fishes systematically. This database targets scientists and practitioners, but also NGOs, the general public, and other possible stakeholders.

If you would like to know more about Pengba, please visite its profile at our database here.

(posted on Sept. 16, 2022)

New short profile at FishEthoBase!

Recently we have published one more short profile in our FishEthoBase, the first online and open access database to assemble ethological scientific knowledge on farmed fishes systematically. This database targets scientists and practitioners, but also NGOs, the general public, and other possible stakeholders.

The new short profile is about Pirarucu fish, scientifically known as Arapaima gigas. It is a carnivorous and long-living fish species with parental care that is found in lowland with slow-flowing waters of the Amazon River basin. Such profile was authored by Caroline Marques Maia.

If you are interested, please visit the short profile of Pirarucu at our database here.

(posted on Sept. 9, 2022)

New episodes of our Fish Talk podcast!

FishTalk is our podcast, which is updated monthly. FishEthoBase programme is a series of very brief audios of Fish Talk that is focused on fish species with profiles already published in our FishEthoBase. The idea is to give information about natural needs, behaviours or farming conditions of fishes and other aquatic farmed animals in a few words.

Last week we released new episodes of FishEthoBase programme. This time the episodes are focused again on carps, more specifically on Bighead carp (Hypophthalmichthys nobilis), Black carp (Mylopharyngodon piceus) and Silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix).

If you are interested, please listen to the new episodes (series 7) here.

(posted on Aug. 31, 2022)

New short profile published at FishEthoBase!

FishEthoBase is the first online and open access database to assemble ethological scientific knowledge on farmed fishes systematically in profiles. This database targets scientists and practitioners, but also NGOs, the general public, and other possible stakeholders.

This month we have published one more short profile at FishEthoBase. This one is about Channel catfish, which is scientifically known as Ictalurus punctatus, a nocturnal species native to North America. Such profile was authored by María J. Cabrera-Álvarez, revised by Caroline Marques Maia and revised and edited by Jenny Volstorf.

If you are interested, please visit the short profile of Channel catfish at our database here.

(posted on Aug. 23, 2022)







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