By Michael P. Lesser
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Shin et al. 3 Location of study areas in Hong Kong. valenciennei). Lo Tik Wan FCZ is a semiclosed bay located at an island in the southern part of Hong Kong (22 130 N and 114 070 E). It has a water depth ranging from 8 to 14 m, with partly rocky and partly sandy coast. , 2008). This culture zone is also located near a shipping channel, where vessel traffic is intense. 6 kg mÀ2. The cultured species mainly include groupers and snappers. They are fed largely on trash fish (mainly Belanger’s croaker, Johnius belangerii), but dry feed pellets are also used.
6%, respectively. 2%, respectively. 6%, respectively. 6%), and it showed the highest dependency on faeces of cultured fish fed with pellets as food source. S. Shin et al. 10 Results of IsoSource modelling showing the feasible range of distribution of different potential food sources to the carbon source of epifauna on the AR surface in Lo Tik Wan. (A) Barnacles, (B) fanshells, (C) mussels, (D) sponges, (e) Tunicates. The solid circles represent the mean percentage, the error bars with end caps represent the standard deviations and the error bars without end caps represent the 1–99th percentiles.
The faeces from green grouper that were fed with dry feed pellets were cultured in fibreglass tanks with circulated seawater in situ on fish rafts, with 20–30 individuals cultured separately in one tank. Fish faeces collected from each tank were pooled for one replicate sample, and three replicates were taken. After collection, the fish feed and fish faecal samples were dried and homogenized following the method similar to preparation of epifauna. 05 m2 van Veen grab with 7 L collection volume from each sampling station for stable isotope analysis.
Advances in Marine Biology, Volume 68 by Michael P. Lesser