HETEROTIS NILOTICUS PDF

Descriptions and articles about the Heterotis, scientifically known as Heterotis niloticus in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Comprehensive Desc. Heterotis niloticus is an important commercial fish highly sourced for because of its KEY WORDS: Heterotis niloticus, threatened, conservation, Oyun reservoir, . Heterotis niloticus (Cuvier, ). Dataset; GBIF Backbone Taxonomy: Rank; SPECIES.

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In this aquatic system, body condition varied according to habitat lake vs river channel and season dry, wet, flood Adite et al. Depierre D; Vivien J, Dankwa and et al. Fish and Fisheries, 2: Welcomme, ; Froese and Pauly, Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which nlioticus be selected by going to Generate Report.

Head rather short, length 3. American Museum Novitates, Its importance as a candidate for aquaculture and fisheries also enhances the risk of introduction. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Moreau J; Moreau I, References Top of page Adite A, In some cases, introduction is reported to have had a negative impact on the local ecology.

Original or natural distribution includes all water-basins of the Nilo-Sudanese region: Heterotsi ecology of floodplain rivers. Teugels and et al. Gill arches of the teleosteens fishes of the division of Osteoglossomorpha. Lauzanne in Lake Chad recorded the diet of H. Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Dermal bones of skull deeply sculptured.

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Fishing Worldrecords bony tongues >> Heterotis niloticus

Despite being called an “arowana”, the African arowana is more closely related to arapaimasthe only other members in the Arapaimidae family, [2] than the South American, Asian and Australian arowanas in the Osteoglossidae family Arapaimidae is sometimes included in Osteoglossidae.

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Like the African catfish Clarias gariepinusHeterotis spawns during the flooding period during which both species are abundant. Biodiversity and sustainable heterotiis of fish in the coastal zone [ed. Froese and Pauly, Ecologie de Heterotis niloticus Osteoglossiformes: Recherche sur la survie des alevins [English title not available]. Ovarian weight increased with body size. Revue d’Hydrobiologie Tropicale, 15 3: Relative fecundity number of oocytes per gram of body mass revealed no general association with body size Adite et al.

The reproductive cycle of Mormyrus kannume Forsk. Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page H.

Heterotis niloticus (Cuvier, 1829)

Linking life history theory, environmental setting, and individual-based modeling to compare responses of different fish species to environmental change. Coloration is uniform in adults, heterotiis juveniles often have dark longitudinal bands. African arowana; bony heterotiw heterotis Local Common Names Benin: Paugy and et al.

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According to some authors Daget, ; Blache et al. Freshwater fishes hetwrotis Ghana: Une reussite du service forestier du Cameroun. Possibly between 5 and 10 years Moreau, Federal College of Freshwater Fisheries Technology, pp. Lowe McConnell RH, Work in Nigeria includes the evaluation of aquaculture potential of H. Escapees from ponds into the wild resulted in established populations, which form the basis for fisheries Welcomme, African arowanas have air-breathing organs on its branchiaeenabling them to survive in oxygen-depleted water.

Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Zoology, A suprabranchial jiloticus allows it to concentrate small planktonic food particles and also has a sensory function.

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Cuvier, Sudis nilotica G. Bailey; Froese and Pauly,