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cyprinids

a group of soft-finned, freshwater fish (Cyprinidae) including the carps, which is widespread in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.
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Exposure of three Cyprinids to Cu+Cd+Zn+Ni+Co mixture caused higher accumulation of all metals in fish liver, gills and kidney (Javed and Abdullah, 2003).
In the material of the period, the majority of the fish remains belonged to cyprinids (39.4%), followed by pikes (30.3%) and pike perches (15.2%).
The rudd, Scardinius erythrophthalmus, is a widespread European cyprinid species found in most still or slow-flowing freshwaters (Wolnicki et al.
The records of Bothriocephalus sp from native cyprinids in Africa and India are considered to be B.
Overall, this indicates variation in swimming performance of cyprinid taxa may be different among species, complicating a single interpretation for smaller-bodied Cyprinidae when managing flow alterations.
Following this, [39] the observed L[infinity] and K for freshwater cyprinids like, Labeo calbasu in Bangladesh water, Ghaghra river was relatively higher.
A number of studies have described infections by Myxobolus of the digestive system of freshwater fish, in particular the intestine, of cyprinids (MASOUMIAN et al., 1996; MOLNAR, 2002; MAGAHMI et al, 2008) and catfish (Siluriformes).
Channel Shiners still represented <1% of the total catch of small-bodied cyprinid shiners (Emerald and Red Shiners, Notropis atherinoides and Cyprinella lutrensis, composed 96.0% ([+ or -] 0.9%) of the total small-bodied cyprinids collected).
One such invader, the Asian fish tapeworm, Bothriocephalus acheilognathi Yamaguti, 1934 (Cestoda: Bothriocephalidea), was imported from East Asia to Europe and the Americas during the 1960s and 1970s with herbivorous cyprinids, predominantly grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella), to control growth of aquatic vegetation in freshwater ecosystems (Hoffman 1999, Williams and Jones 1994, Choudhury and Cole 2012).
On the basis of usage of fishmeal in aquaculture it can be further segmented into marine fish, salmon and trout, tilapias, cyprinids, eels, crustaceans and others.
Similar switching of spawning strategies has been observed in other cyprinids when provided with different media for spawning (Vives, 1993) and suggests that longfin dace may be more adaptable with regard to spawning strategy than previously reported (Minckley and Barber, 1971; Lewis, 1978; Johnston and Page, 1992).
Spironucleus species causes systemic spironucleosis in wild freshwater fish (salmonids, cichlids, anguilids and cyprinids) and marine fish (salmonids and gadids) from North America, Asia and Europe (POYNTON et al., 2004; TANZOLA; VANOTTI, 2008; WILLIAMS et al., 2011).