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Cultured mud crabs (Scylla spp.) are commonly fed with 'trash' fish. Insufficient supply, high cost and variable quality of 'trash' fish has lead to a need to develop costeffective and environmentally friendly formulated diets. This study was conducted to determine quality of selected feed ingredients as protein sources in mud crab diets based on their nutrient composition and digestibility coefficients for dry matter (ADMD), crude protein, lipid and energy. The digestibility coefficients fordoi:10.15578/ma.2.1.2007.1-5 fatcat:rltvuxzecfgoxij765obchus64