International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2016, Vol. 4, Issue 5, Part E
Length-weight relationship and condition factor of captive raised moustached Danio, Danio dangila (Hamilton, 1822)Author(s):
Tania Banerjee, BK Mahapatra and BC PatraAbstract: Danio dangila
(Hamilton, 1822), common English name Moustached Danio [9, 10] as it has two pairs of extended barbels on its top lip, one pair being particularly long. It is an important ornamental danid found in north eastern states of India. Length-weight Relationship and condition factor was estimated from captive raised fish ranges from 2.9cm-8.8 cm and weight ranged from 0.18gm-9.4gm. The analysed L-W data showed the ‘b’ value is 3.18 which indicate its positive allometric growth. The ‘K’ value is 1.18 indicating robustness or well-being of fishes.Pages: 359-361 | 707 Views 24 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Tania Banerjee, BK Mahapatra, BC Patra. Length-weight relationship and condition factor of captive raised moustached Danio, Danio dangila (Hamilton, 1822). Int J Fish Aquat Stud 2016;4(5):359-361.