Zooplankton Resources and References (A Start)

Zooplankton Resources and References (A Start)

Postby BaboonScience » Sat Mar 10, 2007 3:51 am

I am going to paste all of the Zooplankton resources here for awhile.
I'll try to organize later.
Good German site (Thanks Sylvio)
http://www.lebendfutter-zucht.de/zweck2.html

Great Copepod Source (Thanks Dman)
http://www.copepoda.uconn.edu/

A reference for Copepod mass culture (Thanks Dman)
http://www.jyi.org/research/re.php?id=147
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Copepod Info

Postby ladygator » Mon Mar 19, 2007 5:39 pm

HI there - I have some helpful info on my websites about how to rear copepods, check out the FAQ's at:

www.oceanpods.com
www.essentiallivefeeds.com

I also did a one hour show on www.talkingreef.com, podcast #69

So check it out and let me know what you think!

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more on acartia tonsa

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Postby mpedersen » Sat Jun 09, 2007 1:59 am

http://www.educacion.uanl.mx/publicacio ... 4Kraul.pdf

Really great basic copepods overview.

FWIW,

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Postby "Umm, fish?" » Sat Jun 09, 2007 2:34 am

A good book with a GREAT bibliography. I found it at the local university library. Some good stuff on calanoid copepods, pointing to papers with instructions on rearing set-ups (I haven't tracked down those papers yet).

http://www.amazon.com/Live-Feeds-Marine-Aquaculture-Chantal/dp/0632054956/ref=sr_1_1/103-1089670-9774233?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1181370652&sr=8-1
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Postby aomont » Sun Jun 10, 2007 12:15 am

Hey Matt, check out the whole book !
http://www.educacion.uanl.mx/publicacio ... tura/viii/
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OYSTER TROCHOFORES

Postby Luis A M » Tue Jun 19, 2007 5:48 pm

http://www.innovativeAqua.com/
go to publications:
The storage and use of cryopreserved oyster trochophores as food for larvae. pp. 270-272.


Marliave, J.B., B.J. Harvey and C.L. Sanford. 1994.
1994 AZA Conference Proceedings, Atlanta, GA
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Postby "Umm, fish?" » Mon Jun 25, 2007 3:10 am

Another fun bibliography:

http://copepod.ruc.dk/references.htm
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A Guide to the Meso-Scale Production of the Copepod Acartia

Postby DrHsu » Wed Oct 17, 2007 11:26 am

Came across this website and A tonsa culture manual yesterday. Looks pretty good. Wondering why I had never seen it before?

http://www.flseagrant.org/program_areas ... /index.htm
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Postby Luis A M » Wed Oct 17, 2007 4:18 pm

Good find Li Chieh! :D I´m also surprised to see it,though I am not now as much of a pod news lurker as I used to be! :lol: In fact,I corresponded with Nancy and her staff in the past about their copepod resting eggs.
This is a new publication anyway.I printed it and will read it later.
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Postby Luis A M » Mon Oct 22, 2007 3:35 pm

Nice manual,with lots of good tips and protocols! :D And free to download! :mrgreen:
Now this "meso"size looks too much for the regular hobbyist,particularly landlocked or budget challenged ones :wink: Now,if we could be sure that we could raise some baby angels with that... :lol:
Or we could down scale this model to something workable :?
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Postby KathyL » Sat Nov 03, 2007 12:16 am

saltwaterfish.com now has S strain rotifers:
http://www.saltwaterfish.com/site_11_03 ... arent_id=4
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copepod resource

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Postby Luis A M » Mon Apr 28, 2008 8:28 pm

Great find,Tim! :D
I´ve being trying to find this unsuccessfully.A great general overview and update of the three majoe copepod groups.Great paper from a great author! 8)
I downloaded and printed it,just in case it dissapears. :wink:
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Postby KathyL » Tue May 13, 2008 8:40 am

This just came up in another thread:
The use of Calanoid Copepods in Semi-Intensive, Tropical Marine fish Larviculture
Glenn Schipp


http://w3.dsi.uanl.mx/publicaciones/maricultura/viii/pdf/6Schipp.pdf
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Postby KathyL » Tue Dec 23, 2008 6:38 pm

easy to understand overview of copepods:
http://saltwaterfish.typepad.com/ret_ta ... index.html
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Re: Zooplankton Resources and References (A Start)

Postby PHYTO4LIFE » Fri Jun 26, 2009 11:07 pm

Tigriopus Californicus Harpacticoid species copepod

http://www.copepodgeek.com/index.php/ha ... ework.html

Copepod is a greek word translating to “Oar Foot”, these creatures technically do not have “feet” at all, instead they use little tail like appendages as oars for locomotion. It’s also interesting to note that they primarily use their mouth appendages for slower more melancholy movement. The combination of these two locomotive techniques allows the Tigriopus the ability to range in speed from amazingly slow to amazingly fast. It’s reported that they can move at speeds up to 1/2 mile an hour, which is an amazing feat considering the relative size of these creatures. To get relativity on the subject of movement and size, consider that a larger Tigriopus is typically around 900-1400 micro meters in length, this is about .9 to 1.4 millimeters. These guys are tiny!
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Re: Zooplankton Resources and References (A Start)

Postby lance » Sat Jun 27, 2009 1:20 am

great link's thanks all

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Re: Zooplankton Resources and References (A Start)

Postby JimWelsh » Tue Sep 22, 2009 3:14 am

I don't think this one has been listed yet. Describes the value of dinoflagelletes (I know it's a little old, but still interesting).

http://www.int-res.com/articles/meps/2/m002p229.pdf

Another page with many interesting links:

http://www.toodoc.com/copepods-culture-ebook.html
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Re: Zooplankton Resources and References (A Start)

Postby Suzy » Sat Jul 09, 2011 8:36 pm

What a great resource! Thanks!
www.Suzysreef.com
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