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Gamete stripping is the most practical method in oyster production because the time of fertilization can be precisely controlled. However, it was found that there was much greater variability in the speed of egg development compared with natural spawning. In this study, three groups of larvae (aged 21, 27 and 29 d) were successively separated from fertilization to the pediveliger stage among all the larvae produced by the stripping method. No differences in the spat growth rate were found amongdoi:10.1016/j.anres.2016.10.002 fatcat:wmdepbrxjrhlxix2umdu5vjlpm