[Annelida] need help

romunov via annelida%40net.bio.net (by romunov from gmail.com)
Mon Jan 5 03:27:35 EST 2009

In addition to mrs Gambi's comments, authors are invited to read the poster
by Bettoso & Orel which describes (alongsome other notes) a method unique to
the Adriatic coast of capturing economically important *E. rousseaui* via
trap and "air bottle". The poster was presented at 7th international
polychaete conference in Iceland in 2001.

Cheers from Slovenia,
Roman Lustrik

On Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 8:18 PM, <gambimc from szn.it> wrote:

> Hi Samia,
> as regards the commercial and economic values of polychaetes you should
> also consider their use as bait for recreationl fishing....There are various
> species collected exploiting naturalk populations, while Nereis virens aas
> also actively acquacultured in UK...
> I can send you some references and pdf reprints on such subject and you
> should also search for papers by Peter Olive....
> Another economic relevance of polychaete is related to their  use as food
> for acquaculture, especially for shrimps juvenile growth since they are
> reach in fat acids (see again Olive' papers)....
> Now I am out of my Institute for Christmas but I'll be back to you in the
> New Year,
> Have nice holidays,
> cheers,
> Maria Cristina Gambi
>  on Citando Samia Selim <selim_samia from yahoo.com>:
>  Hi all,
>> Now, I am preparing a state of art about "The economic importance of
>>  polychaetes".
>> I will be so grateful if anyone could help me. Please, send me by  e-mail:
>> selim_samia from yahoo.com
>> Samia Selim
>> Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries,
>> Kayet-Beh, El-Anfoushy, Alexandria, Egypt.
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