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Condition, length-weight and length-length relationships of the Asian striped catfish Mystus vittatus (Bloch, 1794) (Siluriformes: Bagridae) in the Mathabhanga River, southwestern Bangladesh
The monthly gonadosomatic index showed that the reproductive period of M. vittatus began in April, and ended in August when the highest values of the Fulton's condition factor (K) indicated their recovery. Expand
A comparative study of common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) and calbasu (Labeo calbasu Hamilton) on bottom soil resuspension, water quality, nutrient accumulations, food intake and growth of fish in
Common carp increased the harvesting weight and growth rate of rohu and thus had greater potential than calbasu to increase yields for rohu polyculture farmers. Expand
Length–weight and length–length relationships of 10 small fish species from the Ganges, Bangladesh
This study presented the first reference on LWR and LLR for most of the species in Bangladesh, and indicated that the LLRs were highly correlated. Expand
Length–weight and length–length relationships of five threatened fish species from the Jamuna (Brahmaputra River tributary) River, northern Bangladesh
This study presents the first reference on LWRs and LLRs for these threatened species in Bangladesh, and the results would be useful for sustainable management and conservation of the limited stocks in the Brahmaputra River ecosystem. Expand
A preliminary observation on water quality and plankton of an earthen fish pond in Bangladesh: recommendations for future studies.
It is concluded that the phytoplankton groups provide the main support for earthen pond aquaculture in the pond compared to zooplankon classes. Expand
Length-Weight and Morphometric Relationships of the Tank Goby Glossogobius giuris (Hamilton, 1822)(Perciformes: Gobiidae) in the Ganges of Northwestern Bangladesh
The results indicated that morphometric relationships were highly correlated and useful for fishery managers to impose adequate regulations for sustainable G. giuris fishery management not only in the Ganges of Bangladesh but also in neighbouring countries. Expand
Ontogenetic shift in dietary preference and low dietary overlap in rohu (Labeo rohita) and common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in semi-intensive polyculture ponds
Investigation of ontogenetic changes in diet and diet overlap between rohu and common carp in polyculture ponds found food preferences of different size classes of these fishes were quantified and positively correlated with fish size. Expand
Size at first sexual maturity, fecundity, length–weight and length–length relationships of Puntius sophore (Cyprinidae) in Bangladeshi waters
The size at first sexual maturity, fecundity, length–weight (LWRs) and length–length relationships (LLRs) of the pool barb, Puntius sophore, using data obtained from different geographical locations in Bangladesh is described. Expand
Length‐weight relationships of nine fish species from the Tetulia River, southern Bangladesh
This study presents the very first references on LWRs for seven of the species and the results are valuable for the application of sustainable management and conservation of these fishes in the Tetulia River and surrounding ecosystems. Expand
Indiscriminate exploitation of wild prawn postlarvae in the coastal region of Bangladesh: A threat to the fisheries resources, community livelihoods and biodiversity
Abstract In Bangladesh, prawn farming is dependent on wild postlarvae (PL) because of inadequate supply of hatchery produced PL compare to the demand. Moreover, farmers prefer wild PL because theExpand