Catla : Catla catla
Synonyms: Cyprinus catla Hamilton, 1822 Catla buchanani Day, 1878 Catla catla Shaw and Shebbeare, 1937 Catla catla Bhuiyan, 1964 Catla catla Menon, 1974
Common name: Catla Local name: Katla, katal
Taxonomy position: Phylum- Chordata Class-Oesteichthyes Order- Cypriniformes Family- Cyprinidae …read more
A survey has been carried out in order to explore the existing fish fauna of the river Padma near Rajshahi. One species of Chondrichthyes and 72 species of Osteichthyes of fishes were recorded. Details are given in Fish and Other Fisheries Items of the river Padma Near Rajshahi of Bangladesh.
The photograph, taxonomic position, Scientific name, Local name, Availability, reproduction and breeding season of the recorded species are presented …read more
Catla, Catla catla
Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii (Ray-finned fishes) Order: Cypriniformes (Carps) Family: Cyprinidae (carp and minnows) Genus: Catla
Synonyms: Cyprinus catla (Hamilton, 1822), Gibelion catla (Hamilton, 1822) and Cyprinus abramioides (Sykes, 1839).
Common names: Catla, Katol (Bangladesh); Catla (Fishbase); Indian Major carp, …read more
Catla: Catla catla
Cyprinus catla: Hamilton-Buchanan, 1822
Catla buchanani: Day, 1878, 1889; Munro, 1955;
Catla catla: Jhingran, 1966; Bhuiyan, 1964; Shaw and Shebbeare, 1937; Rahman, 1974; Menon, 1974
Common name: Catla (English name)
Bangla name: Catla, Katal
Class: …read more
Catla [Catla catla] is a cultured highly growing native major carp species of Bangladesh and distributed throughout India, Nepal, Pakistan and Myanmar. It is the natural inhabitant of principal rivers of this country and resides in fresh or brackish water, being found within the tidal influences (Day, 1958).
It inhabits surface dweller, mainly plankton feeder as well as omnivorous fish. Adult stage …read more