Species Newly spawned egg’s DHA content (µg.mg dw-1) DHA consumed during embryogenesis (µg.mg dw-1) Larval culture with newly hatched Artemia nauplii (no DHA) Larval culture with Artemia nauplii enriched or supplemented with DHA
Armases cinereum [47] 2.64 [47] NS [48] 86.3% survival (15.2 days) ND
Lysmata seticaudata [55] 9.59-12.86 [55] 1.43-4.65 [56,2] 75.41% survival (19 days) [56,2] 83.4% survival (19 days)
Palaemon elegans [42] 11.8 [42] 2.7 [57,4,58] 88.5-92% survival (12 days) ND
Solea senegalensis [59] 30.7 [59] 2.8 [60,61,62] 29-87% (11-19 days) ND
Maja brachydactyla [63] 25.29 [63] 4.97 [64] 18% survival (24 days), presence of aberrant forms, smaller juveniles [64] 42.2-46% survival (22 days), no aberrant forms, larger juveniles
Palaemon serratus [42,28] 14.84-15.6 [42,28] 8.1-10.37 [28,65] 0-20% survival [28,65] 73-81% survival and growth
Nephrops norvegicus [66] 42.10 [66] 28.29 [66] 0% survival [67,68] 0.6% survival (51.7 days)
Table 1: Newly spawned egg’s DHA content, DHA consumed during embryogenesis (μg.mg dw-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; Figueiredo et al. [47]; Staton and Sulkin [48]; Calado et al. [55]; Calado et al. [56]; Figueiredo and Narciso [2]; Morais et al. [42]; Rochanaburanon and Williamson [57]; Kumlu and Jones [4]; Sanders et al. [58]; Mourente and Vazquez [59]; Canavate and Fernandez-Diaz [60]; Dinis et al. [61]; Yufera et al. [62]; Figueiredo and Narciso [63]; Urcera et al. [64]; Narciso and Morais [28]; Wickins [65]; Rosa et al. [66]; Figueiredo and Vilela [67]; Rotllant et al. [68]).
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