Peruvian scientists create feeding protocol for Amazonian catfish farming

Published on
August 4, 2021
A Pseudoplatystoma punctifer, or spotted tiger shovelnose catfish.

Scientists from the Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana (IIAP) have developed a specific feeding protocol for the Pseudoplatystoma punctifer, or spotted tiger shovelnose catfish, with the goal of breeding the fish in captivity for commercial development …

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