Osteoglossidae

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Osteoglossidae

[‚äs·tē·ō′gläs·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The bony tongues, a family of actinopterygian fishes in the order Osteoglossiformes.
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It has been suggested that burning is associated with catching Asian Arowana (Luttrell, 1994), as these nocturnal fish are reportedly attracted by lamps, which are better observed unimpeded by dense shrubs and trees.
HUYNH later admitted to federal Agents that he knew the Arowana were listed as endangered and he knew that it was illegal to import the species into the United States without permits.
Proposal Penyelidikan Arowana, Kajian Parameter Kualiti Air dan Hubungannya dengan Ternakan Arowana Di Bukit Merah.
Soon was arrested March 12, when he was caught holding a suitcase filled with arowana fish, which are displayed in large tanks by owners who consider them lucky to possess.
In the 1980s Dutch ecologists working for the Asian Wetlands Bureau started field visits to Danau Sentarum and recorded the richness of the site, far beyond the already recognized habitat for the arowana fish (Schleropagus formosus) (Giesen 1987).
Dubai Arowana Consultancy beat Natural Stones by six wickets in the first match of the Ramadan T10 tournament.
The Asian arowana (Scleropages formosus) is also known as dragonfish, Asian Bonytongue, kelisa or baju rantai.
In addition to the wetland's biodiversity, its value as crucial habitat for the endangered arowana (Scleropages formosus, known locally as siluk) served as the primary basis for establishment of the reserve.
People have shifted their preference to rare fish species like discus, angel fishes, flower horn fishes and arowana fishes," said Kiran Mohan, Sales and Marketing manager, Cochin Aquariums.
The shipping documentation indicated that the fish were of a type that is not protected, however the fish were found to be Asian Arowana fish which are valued at between USD500 and USD10,000 on the black market.
The male arowana fish's mouth makes a good hatchery because of its: a.