family Cyprinidae


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The importance of understanding basic length-weight, age and growth, and condition factors of members of the family Cyprinidae is critical for determining the trophic structure of a dynamic system, such as Lake Erie.
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] Order Cypriniformes Family Cyprinidae (Minnows) Cyprinidae, genus undetermined ROM 43684, 43685 incomplete pharyngeal arch; 43652, 43686- 43691 pharyngeal teeth.
Evidence for selection against hybrids in the family Cyprinidae (Genus Notropis).
Capoeta capoeta belonging to the family Cyprinidae is a species of fish consumed by local people as a food source and like a pollution indicator of the stream.
The Indian hill trout cyprinid, Barilius bendelisis (Hamilton) is a member of family Cyprinidae, subfamily Danioninae, dwells in shallow, cold and clear water (Gurung et al., 2005).
TABLE 1.--Number of prey items (#), percent composition (%), percent biomass (%), by species, found in stomachs of adult and subadult cormorants from Leech Lake, Minnesota in 2004, 2005, and 2006 2004 Prey Percent Percent Species items composition biomass Family Cyprinidae Luxilus cornutus Notemigvnus crysoleucas Notropis atherinoides Notropis dorsalis Notropis hudsonius 13 0.1 0.3 Notropis sp.
They are members of the family Cyprinidae and consist of 15 genera and more than 100 species all over the world (Mirza, 1991).
Major groups within the Family Cyprinidae and their phylogenetic relationships.
Overall, numerical dominance in the fish assemblage has shifted from minnows (family Cyprinidae) to pupfishes and killifishes (family Cyprinodontidae).
We tested all three hypotheses at the levels of (1) all species, (2) species in the family Cyprinidae (minnows) and (3) species in the family Percidae (darters and their allies).
Cabdio morar (Hamilton, 1822) is a member of the family Cyprinidae, commonly known as morari in Bangladesh (Froese and Pauly, 2015).
It is found in all zoogeographical regions and the majority of its members exhibit high degree of specificity, and their hosts largely belong to the family Cyprinidae less to Bagridae and Siluridae (Moravec, 2010; Anjum, 2013; Asmatullah-Kakar et al., 2014).