A finfish, or fish, is a vertebrate cold-blooded animal with gills and fins living wholly in water. This category contains scientific information on the hatching and rearing of marine and freshwater fish, and their cultivation in a restricted or controlled environment.

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Barramundi
Provides information on distribution, habitat, general biology, several methods of culture, larval rearing and potential in Western Australia.
Biological Weed Control in Alberta Using Triploid Grass Carp
Describes the use of the herbivorous grass carp to control dense stands of submerged aquatic vegetation.
Black Bream
Provides information on this estuarine species, its culture environment, spawning and the supply of juveniles, diet, growth, health and the aquaculture potential in Western Australia.
Constructing Dugouts for Fish
Factsheet covering site selection, size, capacity, design, construction, lining and maintenance.
The Culture of Striped Bass and its Hybrids in Cages
Fact sheet from the Maryland Sea Grant Extension on using existing ponds to farm this fish. [PDF]
Cyprinus carpio: Common Carp
Information from the FAO on this fish, its biology, habitat, the production cycle, production systems, diseases and their control, production statistics, markets and trade.
Dicentrarchus labrax: European Seabass
Information from the FAO on this species, its biology, habitat, the production cycle, production systems, diseases and their control, production statistics, markets and trade.
Farm Pond Management: Increasing Production through Fertilization
Fact sheet from the Maryland Sea Grant Extension on when and how to apply fertilizer, and the selection of the right product.
Finfish Aquaculture workbooks
Specialists from Maryland Sea Grant produced a series of aquaculture pdf books.
Fish Farm in Europe
Service provides information about fish farms in European countries. Aquaculture in European Union and fisheries law.
Haddock Culture: Current Knowledge and Challenges
Provides information on this promising species for culture including broodstock, rearing the fry and growing on to maturation, with a discussion of health issues.
Ictalurus punctatus: Channel Catfish
Information from the FAO on this freshwater species, its biology, habitat, the production cycle, production systems, diseases and their control, production statistics, markets and trade.
Lates calcarifer: Barramundi
Information from the FAO on this fish from Australia, its biology, habitat, the production cycle, production systems, diseases and their control, production statistics, markets and trade.
Luciopercimprove
Research project at the University of Namur, Belgium, on improving pikeperch larval quality and production, by broodstock management and nutrition, husbandry and sex control.
Pink snapper
Provides information on this fish, its culture environment, obtaining a supply of juveniles, diet, growth, health and aquaculture potential in Western Australia.
Predator Damage Control in Cultured Fish
Article from the Alberta Government on damage prevention and control techniques.
Silver Perch - Aquaculture Prospects
Description of habitat, diet, reproduction, diseases, system design and marketability. By New South Wales Department of Primary Industries in Australia.
Species Profile: Yellow Perch, Perca flavescens
Provides information on this freshwater fish which has potential for tank and pond culture, its natural history, range, reproduction, larva and fingerling culture, growout, diets and diseases.
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