cyprinid


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A wide range of fish species has also been identified, and there are indications that the species composition and even the dimensions of fish vary between midden layers, although cyprinids, eel and perch predominate in all the sampled contexts.
A domestication of a fish that did occur in China was of the much smaller cyprinid called chi, a fish captured there for food since early times.
Kudoa has not been reported previously as infecting the brain of a cyprinid.
1996), the Mill Creek cyprinid fossils are the first from Michigan.
Jaros-Gourneau * and Vasyl Tkach MOLECULAR SYSTEMATIC STUDY OF NEASCUS-TYPE METACERCARIAE FROM THE PHOXINUS EOS-NEOGAEUS GYNOGENETIC CYPRINID COMPLEX IN VOYAGEURS NATIONAL PARK, MINNESOTA Department of Biology, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND 3:20-3:40 pm Ryan Klapperich * and Scott Korom DENITRIFICATION IN THE AQUIFER ZONE: CORRELATION OF [sup.
Within the cyprinid family, Yellowfin Shiners (Notropis lutipinnis) and Bluehead Chubs (Nocomis leptocephalus) were the most abundant species and dominated catches from all but one habitat.
On the negative side, an illegal introduction of two cyprinid fish species occurred around 1970 or 1971.
Freshwater shrimps (Caradina nilotica) available in Lake Victoria as a by-catch of the Silver cyprinid (Rastrineobola argentea) fishery, and rice and wheat brans, by-products of rice and wheat milling industries are in use in the Lake Victoria basin.
Dawkinsia tambraparniei (Silas 1953) is an endangered cyprinid found only in streams of the Tamiraparani River system in southern Western Ghats, India.
The effect of light intensity of the drift of young-of-the-year cyprinid fishes.
In Vietnam, a large proportion of aquaculture production, mainly of cyprinid fishes, originates from small family farms that integrate other agricultural activities.