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Fig. 1 Demand feeders
Fig. 2 General purpose concrete tanks
Fig. 3 General purpose concrete tanks (details)
Fig. 4 Two systems of incubating eggs obtained by stripping
Fig. 5 Kakaban, fry net and hapa
Fig. 6 Stages in harvesting fry from a pond
Fig. 7 Fry-sorting trough
Fig. 8 Three self-supporting siphons
Map 1. Aiyura ponds, November 1985 Scale: 1:1 000
Map 2. Aiyura ponds, February 1986 Scale: 1:1 000