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Effects of introduction of common carp, Cyprinus carpio (L.), on the pond ecology and growth of fish in polyculture
Bottom-dwelling common carp were found to exert an influence on the quality and quantity of planktonic food organisms and the growth of other carps including the bottom-feeder mrigal. Expand
The distribution and habitat preferences of the zebrafish in Bangladesh
Danio rerio is a floodplain rather than riverine species, being most abundant in shallow lakes, ponds and ditches, typically in open locations with relatively clear water and abundant vegetation at the margins. Expand
Diet, growth and recruitment of wild zebrafish in Bangladesh
The diet of zebrafish Danio rerio in Bangladesh consisted primarily of zooplankton and insects, with the period of most rapid growth in early life during the monsoon months. Expand
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
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
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
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
Growth and reproduction of the Indian river shad, Gudusia chapra (Clupeidae)
A b s t r a c t . The Indian river shad, Gudusia chapra, is a commercially important clupeid that contributes to subsistence and artisanal fisheries in inland waters in Bangladesh. PopulationExpand
An overview of freshwater prawn fishery in Bangladesh: present status and future prospect
Ferdous Ahamed, Bernerd Fulanda, Muhammad Abu Bakar Siddik, Md. Yeamin Hossain, Md. Mostafizur Rahman Mondol, Zoarder Faruque Ahmed, Jun Ohtomi Department of Fisheries Management, Patuakhali ScienceExpand