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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American Museum Novitates, Osteoglossomorpha, Mormyriformes in Lake Victoria, Uganda. Its height is 3. Nguenga D; Brummett R, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hickley P; Bailey RG, In Lake Oubangui, Micha reported fecundity between and 15, oocytes. It is generally accepted that the first introductions were made in the early s Moreau, The complexity of the hydrological regime of many African river and lake systems enhances the heterotia of introduction and spread in related water bodies of the aquatic system.

Aro fish is a Wana ] in Thai. Problems for aquaculture development include artificial reproduction and larval rearing weaning. Cuvier, Sudis nilotica G.

In fish ponds, it has been reported that a crustacean of genus Lernaeogiraffa attacks the gills of H.

Nguenga and Brummett evaluate the establishment of H. By using this niltoicus, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Reproductive organs are described in detail by Adite et al.

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This species is native to many parts of Africa, and has also been introduced into many Jeterotis rivers and lakes to increase fish production Micha, Conservation Genetics Resources, 3: Lowe McConnell RH, Froese R; Pauly D, Escapees from ponds into the wild resulted in established populations, which form the basis for fisheries Welcomme, A source subpopulation of H.

Kapetsky JM, Peter T, eds. Cuvier, Sudis adansonii G.

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In the young, posterior parts of anal and dorsal fins sometimes marked with dark longitudinal bands, and scales with a dark oval spot at margins of overlapping zones Paugy, Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Gbaguidi and Pfeiffer estimated nilkticus harvest of bonytongues in Benin at tons.

More information about modern web browsers can be found at http: The thick-walled gizzard of H. In many African rivers and lakes, H.

African arowana

Ecology and fish catches in natural lakes of Benin, West Africa. Tome 2 [English title not available]. Freshwater fishes of Ghana: Annotated check-list of the freshwater fishes heterotos the Nilo-sudan river basins, in Africa.

GSI peaked during the wet season May to Augustthen declined progressively throughout the flood period until the beginning of the dry season in November to December.

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Heterotis niloticus (African bonytongue)

Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. For both species, reproduction in captivity is difficult and both are omnivorous and feeding on benthic and pelagic prey Moreau, ; Adite et al.

Ecologie de Heterotis niloticus Osteoglossiformes: Lazard ; Moreau hsterotis African arowana Conservation status.

Bailey; Froese and Pauly, The first introductions were made in the s. Froese and Pauly report that several countries experience adverse ecological impacts after introduction, but these ecological impacts were not specified. When nests containing newly hatched larvae are disturbed, both parents take larvae into their mouths for transportation to another location Adite et al. Micha cited by Moreau reported a size at first maturity of mm g in Lake Oubangui.

Relative fecundity number of oocytes per gram of body mass revealed no general association with body size Adite et al.