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First Record of Two Australian Species: One under Metapenaeopsis and Another under Metapenaeus from Indian Water, Their Diagnosis and Distribution
Genus Metapenaeopsis was created by Bouvier (1905) [1] with M. pubescens as type from Cape Verde Islands. Wood-Mason (1891) [2] was the first to record this genus from Indian water as Metapenaeus.Expand
A taxonomic study on trachypenaeid prawns with special reference to Indian records
Burkenroad created two subgenera of the genus Trachypenaeus viz., Trachypenaeus ( Trachypenaeus ) and Trachypenaeus ( Trachysalambria ) in 1934.  These two subgenera were raised to the status ofExpand
A Chack List of Penaeid Prawns Found In Indian Water with Their Distribution
Present study is an attempt to up to date the taxonomic information of prawns found in Indian water under family Penaeidae Rafinesque – Schmaltz, 1815. Species composition and their distribution inExpand
Systematics and Extended Distribution ofMetapenaeus elegans De Man, 1907 inCoastal Water of India
Present study reveals that the prawn Metapenaeus elegans is an established species. The species has been described from Menado, Celebes during “Siboga Expedition” by De Man. Silas and Muthu hasExpand
Indian records of the Genus Metapenaeopsis Bouvier, 1905 with special reference to extended distribution of two species
Genus Metapenaeopsis was created by Bouvier (1905) with M. pubescens as type. Burkenroad (1934) redefined the genus and relegated this genus as a subgenus of Penaeopsis Bate, 1881, on the basis ofExpand
Threats and Strategies for Conservation of Indigenous Fish Fauna of Paschim Medinipur: A Review
Biodiversity conservation in general and fish genetic resources in particular have become issues of great concern both globally and nationally. India is one of the 17 mega biodiversity hot spotsExpand
A survey on indigenous Freshwater Mollusc of undivided Paschim Medinipur District of West Bengal
A survey was conducted to explore the indigenous Freshwater of undivided Paschim Medinipur District of West Bengal during May 2013 to November 2015. Mollusc as The present study results revealed thatExpand
A systematic study on genus Metapenaeus wood-mason, 1891 with special reference to extended distribution of four species from Indian water
Genus Metapenaeus is a largest group of penaeid prawn found in Indian water. It was M. J. George (1979) who tried to study the genus in a comprehensive manner along with other genus under familyExpand
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