Watson, M. and Power, R. and Simpson, S. and Munro, J.L.
Low cost light traps for coral reef fishery research and sustainable ornamental fisheries.
Naga, the ICLARM Quarterly, 25(2),
Two relatively inexpensive light traps to capture pre-settling reef fish and invertebrates are described. A trap made from a plastic bucket (with plastic bottles, a small plastic waste bin and two sheets of plywood) that costs US$15 appears to be just as effective as a large aluminium and plexiglass trap that costs US$275.
||Low cost light traps for coral reef fishery research and sustainable ornamental fisheries
|Journal or Publication Title:
||Naga, the ICLARM Quarterly
||Reef fish; Ornamental fish; Light; Equipment; Design
Mr William Ko
||04 Oct 2012 07:32
||08 Oct 2012 10:04
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