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Description Cobia - Rachycentron canadum
A biological profile on the Cobia, Rachycentron canadum. Learn it's worldwide distribution, characteristics, how it breeds and develops.




Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations - Cultured Aquatic Species Information Programme - Rachycentron canadum - Cobia




Cobia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Cobia fingerlings in aquaculture.  Crabs, squid and other fish make up the principal diet of cobia. ...

Aquaculture of Cobia - Wikipedia - Cobia, a warm water fish, is one of the more suitable candidates for offshore aquaculture. Cobia are large pelagic fish, up to 2 metres (78 inches) long and 68 kilograms (150 pounds) in weight. They are solitary fish except when spawning, found in warm-temperate to tropical waters.




[PDF] Sustainable Cobia Culture and Fisheries
Interest in the culture of cobia has grown substantially in the past five years as researchers have gained some familiarity with captive fish and begun to recognize this fish’s rapid growth and adaptability to confinement. Researchers in several states have investigated a variety of aspects of cobia biology, population structure, seasonal distribution, etc., and the knowledge gained in such studies is providing the foundation upon which preliminary attempts at culturing this fish are based.



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