Morphology of appendicular skeleton of the Thai mahseer’s Tor tambroides (Bleeker, 1854)

@inproceedings{Akmal2019MorphologyOA,
  title={Morphology of appendicular skeleton of the Thai mahseer’s Tor tambroides (Bleeker, 1854)},
  author={Y. Akmal and I. Zulfahmi and M. F. Rahardjo},
  year={2019}
}
This study aims to describe the appendicular skeleton morphology (ossa appendicularis) of Thai mahseer’s ( Tor tambroides Bleeker, 1854). [...] Key Method The samples were obtained from fish traders in the Tangse River area of Pidie district, fish weight about 5 kg and length of 65 cm. The axial skeleton preparations conducted at the Laboratory of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Almuslim University, Bireuen district.Expand
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