Species

Newly spawned egg’s DHA content (µg.egg-1)

DHA consumed during embryogenesis (µg.egg-1)

Larval culture with newly hatched Artemia nauplii (no DHA)

Larval culture with Artemia nauplii enriched or supplemented with DHA

Dicentrarchus labrax

[69] 2 (neutral)                     1.2 (phospholipid)

[69] NS

[70] 80-98.5% survival

[71] 84-92% survival

Nauticaris magellanica

[72] 0.29-0.37

[72] 0.15-0.16

ND

[73,74] 85.7% until zoea IX, but strong mortality from zoea X to decapodid stage

Sparus aurata

[75] 0.6 (neutral)                  0.7 (phospholipid)

[75] 0.15 (neutral)                    0.20 (phospholipid)

[76,77] 15% survival

[76,77,31] 9-28% survival

 

Macrobrachium rosenbergii

[78] 0.67

[78] 0.42

[79,80,81] 44% survival

[79,80,81] 56% survival

Table 2: Newly spawned egg’s DHA content, DHA consumed during embryogenesis (μg.egg-1), and larval culture success with a prey poor or lacking DHA and with a prey enriched with DHA of crustacean and fish species (NS – no significant consumption; ND - no data available; Rønnestad et al. [69]; Navarro et al. [70]; Navarro et al. [71]; Wehrtmann and Kattner [72]; Wehrtmann and Albornoz [73]; Wehrtmann and Albornoz [74]; Rønnestad et al. [75]; Robin and Vincent [76]; Robin and Peron [77]; Monroig et al. [31]; Clarke et al. [78]; Devresse et al. [79]; Alam et al. [80]; Alam et al. [81]).
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