macrolepidota: from the Ancient Greek μακρός (makrós), meaning ‘long’, and λεπτδωτος (lepdotos), meaning ‘scaled’; allusion not explained. Order: Cypriniformes Family: CYPRINIDAE Species: Hampala macrolepidota. Maximum Length: 70 cm. The Sebarau, or ‘Hampala Barb’, inhabits various. PDF | The present study investigated the breeding and embryonic development of sebarau, Hampala macrolepidota from fertilization until early hatched.
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Kuhlvan Hasselt. Short description Morphology Morphometrics Dorsal soft rays total: Has a black bar between the dorsal and pelvic fins in adults; orange to red caudal fin with a black longitudinal, marginal stripe along each lobe; juveniles usually with an additional vertical bar on the caudal peduncle Ref.
Eyes located in upper-side of head; with a vertical groove reaching behind mouth in isthmus; branchial membranes connected and free Ref. Found in most water bodies, except small creeks, torrents, and shallow swamps Ref. A migratory species Ref.
Hampala macrolepidota Kuhl & van Hasselt,
Enters flooded forest Ref. Abundant in the Mekong and in the Nam Ngum Reservoir. Found in the basin-wide tributary of the lower Mekong Ref. Largest individual believed to be in a pool below the Chendoroh Dam in Perah, Malaysia.
Breeds throughout the rainy season Ref. Good fish though bony. Commonly seen in markets; economic important foodfish Ref.
Sounds Ciguatera Speed Swim. Estimates of some properties based on models Phylogenetic diversity index Ref.
Mafrolepidota, minimum population doubling time 1. Moderate vulnerability 36 of Freshwater; benthopelagic; potamodromous Ref.
Dorsal soft rays total: Occurs mainly in clear rivers or streams with running water and sandy to muddy bottoms Ref. Collaborators Pictures Stamps, Coins Misc. Summary page Point data Common names Photos. Phylogenetic diversity index Ref.
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