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In all of them Family Cypirinidae was observed as the dominant family with 24 fish species (26%) followed by Bagridae 13 fish species (14%) which shows in Figure 2.
Nwadiaro CS and PU Okotie Biometric characteristics: length weight relationships and condition factors in Chrychthysfilamentosus, Pisces, Bagridae from Oguta lake Nigeria.
Adriaens and Vandewalle (2003) reported that, in the families Clariidae and Bagridae, the finfold is modified into the caudal, dorsal, adipose and anal fins (the adipose fin is absent in C.
Fish species collected in the Badagry Lagoon and their relative abundance in 2006-2007 Family Species Habitat Time (in adult) Sep- 06 BAGRIDAE Chrysichthys auratus Freshwater 5 Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus Freshwater 21 Chrysichthys walkeri Freshwater 1 Clarotes laticeps Freshwater 2 CARANGIDAE Caranx carangus Marine 12 Caranx sp.
Morphological description of the cephalic region of Bagrus docmak, with a reflection on Bagridae (Teleostei: Siluriformes) autapomorphies.
Familia Especie Referencia Acipenseridae Acipenser gueldenstaedti 20 Huso huso 20 Anguilidae Anguilla anguilla 21 Bagridae Pseudobagrus ichikawai 22 Bothidae Paralichthys dentatus 23 Carangidae Seriola quinqueradiata 24, 7 Centropomidae Centropomus undecimalis 25, 26 Centropomus parallelus 27 Lates calcalifer 28 Channidae Channa striatus 29 Channa punctatus 30 Chanos chanos 31 Polydactylus sexfilis 32 Characidae Brycon cephalus 33, 34 Brycon sinuensis 35 Brycon moorei 36 Brycon orbygnianus 37, 38, 34 Brycon lundii 39 Brycon insignis 40 Brycon amazonicus 41, 42 Cichlidae Oreochromis mossambicus 43, 44 Oreochromis sp (Flor.
Family (14) Species (23) (1) Mormyridae 1-Mormyrus caschive 2-Mormyrus bebe 3-Mormyrus cyprinoids (2) Mochokidae 1-Synodontis schall (3) Bagridae 1-Bagrus bayad 2-Bagrus domac 3-Chrysichthys auratus 4-Auchenoglanis occidentals (4) characidae 1-Alestes dentex 2-Hydrocynus forskalli 3-Alestes nurse (5) Citharinidae 1-Disticodus niloticus (6) Schilbeidae 1-Schilbe mystus (7) Cyprinidae 1-labeo niloticus 2-Labeo horii 3-Barbus bynii (8) Cichlidae 1-Oreochromis niloticus (9) Clariidae 1-Clarias lazera (10) Protopteridae 1-Protopterus aethiopicus (11) Centropomidae 1-Lates niloticus (12) Tetraodontidae 1-Tetraodon lineatus (13)Malapteroidae Malapteroidae 1-Malapterurus electricus (14) Osteoglossidae 1-Heterotis niloticus Table 2: Showed fish production in months of summer 2014.
Numerically most abundant and diverse family was Cyprinidae comprising 27 species followed by Bagridae (eight species).
Following, the family Bagridae had seven species and 8% of all fish collected.
dialuzona Botia hymenophysa Engkadik, Langli, Pansek Botia macracanthus Ulang uli, Entebiring, Ikan macan Lepidocephalichthys pristes Emplunyu Pangio agma Ikan cacing Pangio anguillaris - Pangio kuhlii Ikan cacing Pangio malayana Pangio oblonga Ikan cacing Pangio semicincta Pangio shelfordii Ikan cacing Pangio superba Ikan cacing SILURIFOR MES BAGRIDAE Bagrichthys hypselopterus Patik layar, Baung Lajar Bagrichthys macropterus Ikan pisang Bagrichthys micranodus Ikan pisang Bagroides melapterus Ikan pisang, Baung Tikus Leiocassis cf.