Category: Fishes | Resource

Goldspot mullet, Liza parsia (Hamilton, 1822)

Systematic position Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii (Ray-finned fishes) Order: Mugiliformes (Mullets) Family: Mugilidae (Mullets) Genus: Liza Species: L. parsia

Synonyms Mugil olivaceus Day, 1876 Mugil parsia Hamilton, 1822 Myxus parsia (Hamilton, 1822)

Common/local names English: Goldspot mullet Bangladesh: Bata (বাটা) and Parse (পার্সে) India; Parsia and Tarui (West Bengal); Dangla, Menjia, Khajia and Khainga (Orissa); Bonthalu (Andhra Pradesh); Chirayakandai and Madavai (Tamil Nadu) (Talwar and Jhingran, 1991).

Distributions: Bangladesh; …read more

Category: Fishes | Freshwater Fishes | Resource

Least Concern (LC) Freshwater Fishes of Bangladesh

Tenualosa ilisha, one of the Least Concern (LC) Freshwater Fishes of Bangladesh

Tenualosa ilisha, one of the Least Concern (LC) Freshwater Fishes of Bangladesh

A Least Concern (LC) species is one which has been categorized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as likely lowest risk, widespread, abundant taxon and does not qualify for a more at-risk category.

According to IUCN …read more

Category: Fishes | Resource

List of Freshwater Fishes of Bangladesh and their conservation status

Conservation status of Freshwater Fishes of Bangladesh (According to IUCN Bangladesh (2015a, b))

Conservation status of Freshwater Fishes of Bangladesh (According to IUCN Bangladesh (2015a, b))

List of freshwater fishes of Bangladesh including their local conservation status (IUCN 2015a and b) are given below. In the …read more

Category: Fishes | Resource

Fishes of the River Halda

River Halda

River Halda

Bangladesh is a riverine country and more than 700 rivers are present in this country (BFRI, 2007). In ancient time river was the main source of fishes from where people consume and mitigate their demand. Fishes bred and live in river without facing problems. There are four stock of Indian major carps are …read more

Category: Manpower | Resource | Teachers

Teacher Profile: Abdullah- Al Mamun

Abdullah- Al Mamun

Abdullah- Al Mamun Assistant Professor Department of Fisheries and Marine Science Noakhali Science and Technology University Sonapur, Noakhali 3802, Bangladesh

Contact Number: +8801712928710 Email: [email protected]

Professional Working Experience

July 2011 to till date Assistant Professor, Department of Fisheries and Marine Science, Noakhali Science and …read more

Category: Fishes | Resource

Finfishes of the Sundarbans

The Sundarbans (beautiful forest) is the largest mangrove forest of the world and is a component of the greater Ganga-Brahmaputra estuarine system. It occupies the area between latitude 21027’30” to 22030’00” north and longitude 89002’00” to 90000’00” east (Huda and Haque 2003). The following finfish species are available in the Sundarbans (Huda and Haque 2003)-

Class: CHONDRICHTHYES

Order: Carcharhiniformes (Ground sharks)

Family: Carcharhinidae (Requiem …read more

Category: Journal | Publication

Journal Profile: Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University

Cover page of Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University

Cover page of Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University

Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University (JBAU) is an official publication of the Bangladesh Agricultural University Research System (BAURES), BAU, Mymensingh-2202. …read more