Length–weight and length–length relationships of 10 small fish species from the Ganges, Bangladesh

@article{Hossain2009LengthweightAL,
  title={Length–weight and length–length relationships of 10 small fish species from the Ganges, Bangladesh},
  author={Md. Yeamin Hossain and M. Hossain and Saleha Jasmine and Abu Hanif Md. Ibrahim and Zoarder Faruque Ahmed and Mohammad Mustafizur Rahman and Jun Ohtomi},
  journal={Journal of Applied Ichthyology},
  year={2009},
  volume={25},
  pages={117-119}
}
Summary This study describes the length–weight (LWR) and length–length (LLR) relationships for ten small indigenous fish species from the lower part of the Ganges, Bangladesh, namely Ailia coila, Amblypharyngodon mola, Aspidoparia morar, Clupisoma atherinoides, Eutropiichthyes vacha, Glossogobius giuris, Gudusia chapra, Lepidocephalus guntea, Mystus vittatus, and Puntius ticto. A total of 2142 specimens, representing 10 species of 5 families used for this study were caught by traditional… 
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