Siberian sturgeon

Its roe is increasingly used to make caviar, namely with farmed Siberian sturgeons.

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The Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baerii) is a species of sturgeon in the Acipenseridae family. It is found in China, Russia, and possibly Kazakhstan. In addition to the nominate taxon (A. b. More

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The Siberian Sturgeon is killed for its eggs, which make up about 100kg of its body weight when harvested (huge). More

Siberian Sturgeon caviar (Farmed Acipenser baerii) Siberian Sturgeon caviar (Farmed Acipenser baerii) Egg diameter: over 2.8mm; Color: dark grey or black; Low salinity: 3.5%; Flavor: full-bodied; similar to wild baerri caviar. EUR 780~800 Min. More

Siberian sturgeon close up© Jean-Michel Labat / Siberian sturgeon swimming Siberian sturgeon swimming© Jean-Michel Labat / Siberian sturgeon underwater Siberian sturgeon underwater© Jean-Michel Labat / www.ardea. More

Information on the Siberian sturgeon is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly. Authentication - This information is awaiting authentication by a species expert, and will be updated as soon as possible. More

American Siberian Sturgeon Caviar on a wafer with Vodka shot glassesOur newest variety of caviar, Siberian Sturgeon, is a high quality farm-raised American alternative to caviar from the Caspian Sea. More

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Siberian sturgeon is a freshwater species, but it migrates long distances in the rivers where it is found. Unlike other sturgeon, the spawning stock continues to feed during the period of generative migration. More

the Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baerii) and is also growing the Beluga sturgeon (Huso huso). Beluga caviar is the most delicate and expensive caviar in the world. More

The Siberian Sturgeon is a very vulnerable species, with a minimum population doubling time of more than 14 years. It is a demersal, mainly freshwater, species, but migrates long distances in the rivers where it is found. More

introduction of Siberian sturgeon into the rivers was not carried out. More

Siberian sturgeon, Bester sturgeon (beluga/sterlet hybrid) and Russian sturgeon (A. gueldenstaedtii). Mote began producing sturgeon meat in 2004. In 2006, Mote became the first organization in Florida to produce caviar. More

Comments: Siberian sturgeon are the most common species seen for sale for the pond market as they grow very quickly initially and keep to a manageable size in garden ponds. More

FAO Names: En - Siberian sturgeon; Fr - Esturgeon de Sibérie; Es - Esturión de Siberia Siberian sturgeon Biological features Spiracle present. Snout and caudal peduncle subconical. Gill membranes joined to isthmus. More

New cost-effective method of farming Siberian sturgeon for caviar could protect wild sturgeon, boost economy - August 26, 2009 By SAM FAHMY Caviar is one of the world’s most prized delicacies, but overfishing has pushed wild sturgeon More

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Order : Acipenseriformes
Family : Acipenseridae
Genus : Acipenser
Species : Acipenser baerii
Authority : Brandt, 1869