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FishEthoBase programme

The idea of this programme is to give some information about farmed fishes related to their natural needs, behaviours or farming conditions that are relevant to take into account to assess and improve their welfare; all this in just a few words - less than 3 min. Thus, the programme is composed of series of very brief podcasts focused on fish species with profiles already published in our FishEthoBase, the first online database to assemble ethological knowledge of farmed fishes. The episodes already released are displayed below:

Serie 4 / I

Serie 4 / I

 

 

Beluga (Huso huso)

This sturgeon is stressed by common farm procedures, like air exposure and confinement...

Listen to this episode to know more about Beluga and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Series 4 / II

Series 4 / II

 

 

Kaluga (Huso dauricus)

Did you know that Kaluga can take up to 23 years to firstly spawn, with a long period between spawning events? 

Listen to this episode to know more about Kaluga and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Series 4 / III

Series 4 / III

 

 

Giant gourami (Osphronemus goramy)

A good way to improve the welfare of this fish is installing the hatcheries and broodstock facilities inside. 

Listen to this episode to know more about Giant gourami and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Serie 3 / I

Serie 3 / I

 

 

Meagre (Argyrosomus regius)

Did you know that it is possible to improve the welfare of this fish just by providing proper light conditions? 

Listen to this episode to know more about Meagre and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Serie 3 / II

Serie 3 / II

 

 

Sterlet sturgeon (Acipenser ruthenus)

It is the smallest sturgeon! While some populations are residents, others migrate 300 km or more!

Listen to this episode to know more about Sterlet sturgeon and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Serie 3 / III

Serie 3 / III

 

 

Stellate sturgeon (Acipenser stellatus)

This sturgeon is farmed mainly because it is a source of one of the highest priced varieties of caviar – the sevruga caviar.

Listen to this episode to know more about Adriatic sturgeon and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Series 2 / I

Series 2 / I

 

 

Adriatic sturgeon (Acipenser naccarii)

As other sturgeons, this one is critically endangered, but it is so threatened by overfishing that it was probably extinct in the wild!

Listen to this episode to know more about Adriatic sturgeon and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Series 2 / II

Series 2 / II

 

 

Russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii)

Besides being farmed for caviar production as other sturgeons, Russian sturgeon is also sold for its meat.

Listen to this episode to know more about Russian sturgeon and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Series 2 / III

Series 2 / III

 

 

Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baerii)

Siberian sturgeon has been farmed for over a century! Its production started in the old Soviet Union.

Listen to this episode to know more about Siberian sturgeon and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Series 1 / I

Series 1 / I

 

 

Mangrove red snapper (Lutjanus argentimaculatus)

Do you know that this fish can live for more than 57 years and is commercially popular in Asia for its food quality and in Australia for recreational fishing?

Listen to this episode to know more about Mangrove red snapper and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Series 1 / II

Series 1 / II

 

 

Crimson snapper (Lutjanus erythropterus)

Crimson snapper is a carnivorous fish native to the Indo-Pacific region that can inhabit reefs at depths from just 1 to 300 meters! 

Listen to this episode to know more about Crimson snapper and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.

Series 1 / III

Series 1 / III

 

 

John's snapper (Lutjanus johnii)

John’s snapper is a fish native to the Indo-West Pacific that is sadly overfished and vulnerable to climate change.

Listen to this episode to know more about John's snapper and visit its profile in our online database at fishethobase.net.

To read this episode, click here.







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