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 Genus-
Systematic position: 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
Synonyms: 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 Taxonomic position:
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,
Temperature is a crucial factor in aquaculture. Both low and high temperatures hamper the fish physiology and water quality as well as fish culture. Moreover low or high temperature especially, low causes high growth performance and effectiveness of some pathogens.
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 Bangladesh
List of freshwater fishes of Bangladesh including their local conservation status (IUCN 2015a and b) are given below. In the list, name of fishes has been arranged alphabetically. The latest local conservation status of listed fishes is mentioned here according