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Scorpaena scrofa: A Promising Aquaculture Candidate for Sicilian Aquaculture

Monique Mancuso

Scorpaena scrofa is a much appreciated species in the Mediterranean and Sicilian markets. The high quality of its meats, the excellent palatability and the high market value make this species a good candidate for the assessment on the new species farmed in aquaculture. In particular in Sicily was reported for the first time the natural spawning of S. scrofa kept in captivity at the experimental plant of Messina (IAMC-CNR). In my opinion, further experiments must be carried out, focused on: finding a suitable starting live food for red scorpion fish larvae, a suitable tanks environment to obtain a useful production of this important species.