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Volume 3 • Issue 3 • June 2023 2693-8847 Aquaculture, Fish and Fisheries Editors-in-Chief Benjamin M. Drakeford Victor Tosin Okomoda Joy Becker Centre for Blue Governance, University of Federal University of Agriculture, Nigeria Associate Professor, Aquatic Animal Health Portsmouth, UK Miquel Planas Oliver andProduction,UniversityofSydney Hosam Elsaied Department of Ecology and Marine Resources, Ricardo Calado National Institute of Oceanography (NIOF), Institute of Marine Research (Vigo, Spain), Principal Researcher with Habilitation, Egypt Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), CESAM and Department of Biology, Mark Fast Spain University of Aveiro, Portugal Atlantic Veterinary College – University of Cristina Pita Prince Edward Island, Canada CESAM – Centre for Environmental and Founding Editor/Consulting Editor Sophie Fridman Marine Studies, University of Aveiro, Campus R. J. Roberts FRSE Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling, de Santiago, Portugal Heron Associates, Stirling Scotland, UK Stephen Reichley Marta Gomez-Chiarri Mississippi State University College of Associate Editors Department of Fisheries, Animal and Veterinary Medicine, USA Dorothy J. Dankel Veterinary Science, University of Rhode Island, Kuttichantran Subramaniam Department of Biological Sciences, USA University of Florida, USA University of Bergen, Norway Paul Hick Xiangli Tian Erchao Li Virology Laboratory, Elizabeth Macarthur Fisheries College, Ocean University of China, Department of Aquaculture, Hainan Agricultural Institute, New South Wales No. 5 Yushan Road, Qingdao 266003, China University, China Department of Primary Industries Monica Tsuzuki Chao Li Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Editorial Board School of Marine Science and Engineering, Brazil Ruben Avendaño Herrera Qingdao Agricultural University, China Wagner C. 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Rabiul Islam 247 On-farm growth performance of different strains of tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus reared in earthen ponds Jacob Abwao, Domitila Kyule, Joseph O. Junga, James E. Barasa and Dorcus A. Sigana 256 Development and evaluation of a formulation of probiont Phaeobacter inhibens S4 for the management of vibriosis in bivalve hatcheries Evelyn Takyi, Jason LaPorte, Saebom Sohn, Rebecca J. Stevick, Erin M. Witkop, Lauren S. Gregg, Amanda Chesler-Poole, Jessica Small, Meredith M. White, Cem Giray, David C. Rowley, David R. Nelson and Marta Gomez-Chiarri 268 Diet of snapper (Chrysophrys auratus) in green-lipped mussel farms and adjacent soft-sediment habitats Lucy H. Underwood, Aimee van der Reis and Andrew G. Jeffs 287 Local ﬁshers’ knowledge on the ecology, economic importance, and threats faced by populations of African snakehead ﬁsh, Parachanna obscura, within Côte d’Ivoire freshwater ecosystems Amien Isaac Amoutchi, Tanoh Marius Kamelan, Alpha Kargbo, Doh Arioste Delchinor Gneho, Essetchi Paul Kouamelan and Thomas Mehner 302 Geographical variation of the structure and population parameters of the freshwater prawn Macrobrachium macrobrachion (Herklots, 1851) in West African coastal hydrosystems: Insights from Benin Guillaume Koussovi, Farokh Niass, Simon Ahouansou Montcho, Clément Agossou Bonou and Elie Montchowui TECHNICAL NOTE 316 Census of potential predators and competitors of sandﬁsh, Holothuria scabra, juveniles during ﬂoating hapa ocean nursery culture Jay R C. Gorospe, Racelle R. Rescordado, Marie Antonette Juinio-Meñez, Margarita dela Torre-dela Cruz and Paul C. Southgate REPLY 329 Tiffan response to Reynolds, J. B. 2022. Correspondence regarding: Tiffan, K. F. and N. J. Eller 2022. Backpack electroﬁshing does not contribute to external signs of gas bubble trauma in sculpins. Aquaculture, Fish and Fisheries, 1–6. https://doi.org/10.1002/aff2.81 Cover image: Many mackerel ﬁsh, underwater view; © Yellowj/Shutterstock, Abstract blue watercolor ﬂow wet on wet paper; © 501room/Shutterstock
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