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2017, Vol. 5, Issue 6
River Etai fishes Morphometric characteristic and Physiochemical analysis of water with respect to fish survive in district Shangla, KP, Pakistan

Muhammad Navid, Dr Rakhshanda Sadaf, Dr Isma Younas, Kausar Saeed, Sahibzada Muhammad Jawad, Abdul Haseeb, Hameed Ur Rehman, Naveed Akhtar, Abdur Rab and Muhammad Idrees Khan

The present study was conducted toanalyze the physiochemical Parameters of Water and Morphometric characteristic of fishes of River Etai District Shangla, KP, Pakistan. The current study was conducted in six different localities namely Dherai, Serai, Gujar Banda, Jalkhanai, Gir and Kas of river Etai district Shangla in the period of Agust 2016 to June 2016. During the studies 80 specimens of fish were collected. These species were Mastacembelus armatus, Glyptothorax stocki, Gara gotyla, Tor putitora, Schizothorax plagiostomus, Barilius pakistanicus and Channa gachua where their total length was 41cm, 12.5cm, 16.2cm, 15.1cm, 17.3cm, 8.9cm, and 9.2cm respectively. The physiochemical parameters of water were in permissible range and good for fish survival. From the current study it can be concluded that analysis of physiochemical parameters of water and morphometric characteristics of fish fauna of River Etai district Shangla were necessary because morphometric characteristics could be considered as very useful tools in the fisheries research, fisheries management, physiology, ecology and fish health.
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Muhammad Navid, Dr Rakhshanda Sadaf, Dr Isma Younas, Kausar Saeed, Sahibzada Muhammad Jawad, Abdul Haseeb, Hameed Ur Rehman, Naveed Akhtar, Abdur Rab, Muhammad Idrees Khan. River Etai fishes Morphometric characteristic and Physiochemical analysis of water with respect to fish survive in district Shangla, KP, Pakistan. J Entomol Zool Stud 2017;5(6):1062-1067.
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