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RECORD NUMBER: 540 OF 1204

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Main Title Pike Perch Breeding in the Ponds and Small Reservoirs of Moldavia (O Razvedenii Sudaka v Prudakh i Malykh Vodokhranilishchakh Moldavii).
Author Tomnatik, E. ; Karlov., V. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Translation Services Section.
Year Published 1962
Report Number EPA-TR-76-293;
Stock Number PB-258 665-T
Additional Subjects Perch ; Breeding ; Ponds ; Reservoirs ; Reproduction(Biology) ; Fishing ; Production ; Fisheries ; Carp ; Fresh water fishes ; Translations ; Abundance ; USSR ; Trash fish ; Leucaspius ; Moldavia(USSR)
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NTIS  PB-258 665-T Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 9p
Abstract
Ponds and small reservoirs are the main base of the fishing industry in Moldavia. However, the fish productivity of the ponds is still low. One of the causes of low fish productivity of the majority of ponds and small reservoirs is the high clogging of them with species of fish, which are hard to raise, mainly consumers of the same natural food on which valuable commercial fish (carp, bream, etc.) feed. Thus, for example, in the raceway of the Lazovsk Reservoir, trash fish (Leucaspius, gudgeon, bitterling, loach, small southern stickleback and bullheads) constituted 95.7% of the total in 1960. The report describes the methods used to limit reproduction of trash fish in all possible ways.