Rock Lobster enhancement and acquaculture subprogam : pilot study of disease conditions in all potential Rock Lobster aquaculture species at different growth stages
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OBJECTIVES:1. To establish a national network of rock lobster health and disease personnel.2. To conduct a symposium on health and disease management in lobsteraquaculture and long-term holding facilities.3. To collate and document the current state of knowledge on rock lobsterdiseases.4. To provide a disease diagnosis service for existing FRDC rock lobster projectsin Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia.NON-TECHNICAL SUMMARY OUTCOMES ACHIEVED TO DATEA lobster health network was successfully established following a workshop ofhealth personnel, as part of this project. A description of dissection andexamination procedure for lobster autopsy was produced following the workshop.An International Symposium on Lobster Health Management was convened inconjunction with the Third international Lobster Congress in South Australia.Members of the research team provided a disease diagnostic service in theirrespective states.
FRDC Project No. 1998/304
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