|Title||Overview of the Dutch aquaculture and aquatic genetic resources|
|Author(s)||Hiemstra, Sipke Joost; Abbink, Wout|
|Source||Overview of the Dutch aquaculture and aquatic genetic resources, CGN Website, 2018-01-29, https://www.wur.nl/en/Research-Results/Statutory-research-tasks/Centre-for-Genetic-Resources-the-Netherlands-1/Show-CGN-UK/Overview-of-the-Dutch-aquaculture-and-aquatic-genetic-resources.htm|
Animal Breeding & Genomics
|Publication type||Media appearance|
The most important shellfish species in the aquaculture sector in the Netherlands are mussel and oyster. European eel and two species of catfish are the dominant fish species. The Dutch aquaculture sector is relatively small and diverse.