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Length-Weight and Morphometric Relationships of the Tank Goby Glossogobius giuris (Hamilton, 1822)(Perciformes: Gobiidae) in the Ganges of Northwestern Bangladesh

  title={Length-Weight and Morphometric Relationships of the Tank Goby Glossogobius giuris (Hamilton, 1822)(Perciformes: Gobiidae) in the Ganges of Northwestern Bangladesh},
  author={Md. Yeamin Hossain and Jun Ohtomi and Zoarder Faruque Ahmed and Abu Hanif Md. Ibrahim and Saleha Jasmine},
  journal={Asian fisheries science},
The present study describes the length-weight (LWR) and morphometric relationships of the tank goby Glossogobius giuris (Hamilton, 1822) (Perciformes: Gobiidae), an important small indigenous fish species in the Ganges, northwestern Bangladesh. A total of 266 specimens, 11.30-23.60 cm in total length (TL), were caught using traditional fishing gear from March 2006 to February 2007. The allometric coefficient b of the LWR for the combined sexes was close to the isometric value (b = 3.068 for TL… 

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