- Catching flower crab and sturgeon basically rely on dragnet exercise and gill net exercise and cockboat door is multi-purpose and latter in cloth net sea crab touchs be pestered to manacle.
- A proposal was also raised for development and culture of mandarin fish snakehead rice field eel freshwater shrimp acipnser sinensis myxocyprinus asiaticus.
- For sinking feeds are sturgeons ayu flatfish rock fish and red fish; for powder feeds are eel turtle and sea fish; for particle feeds are prawn tilapia crab grass carp and abalone.
- He catches five sturgeon fish.
- Finger4: in the rearing pool at the yangtze river fisheries research institute of the chinese academy of fishery sciences the fries of wild chinese sturgeon mother: the fries which are successful artificially incubated are eating breakfast with tasty relish--aquatic earthworm which look like red filament.
- The sturgeon farming base xianyu bay wafangdian city is the first state-level introducing and popularizing centre of agricultural engineering in dalian.
- Russia temporarily stopped exporting black caviar and halted commercial fishing of sturgeon in the caspian sea recently in an effort to save the fish from extinction.
- Sturgeon or call stone old ghost head cuirass is hexagonal chela is sufficient powerful sufficient edge back an abdomen provides bristle congeneric kind more or viridescence color or he gong is lubricious.
- Sturgeons and gars are ganoid.
- A transparent almost pure gelatin prepared from the air bladder of the sturgeon and certain other fishes and used as an adhesive and a clarifying agent.
- Fish of larger rivers of china similar to the mississippi paddlefish.
- Sturgeon hatcheries on the volga river
- Writings from the17th century record that boats were often surrounded by huge schools of cod salmon striped bass and sturgeon.
- According to the biological characteristic especially the reproductive habit the present resources and economical value measurements of protection and development of the sturgeon fishery were put forward.
- Type genus of the polyodontidae.