The Labeo calbasu (Hamilton, 1822) is a threatened fish species (present status: Endangered) in Bangladesh due to the loss of habitats (IUCN Bangladesh, 2000). Successful artificial or induced breeding can be a good option to conserve this species. However, nursing
Synonyms: Cyprinus calbasu Hamilton, 1822 Labeo calbasu Day, 1878 Labeo calbasu Shaw and Shebbeare, 1937 Common name: Kalbasu, Black rohu Local name: Kalibaus, Baus, Kalia Taxonomy position: Phylum- Chordata Class-Oesteichthyes Order-Cypriniformes Family- Cyprinidae Genus-Labeo Fin formula: D. 17-18 (3/14-15); P1.
Synonyms: Cyprinus calbasu: Hamilton-Buchanan, 1822. Labeo calbasu: Day, 1878; Shaw and Shebbeare, 1937; Bhuiyan, 1964; Macdonald, 1948. Common name: Kalbasu, Black rohu (English name) Bangla name: Kalbaus, Baus, Kalia Taxonomic position: Phylum: Chordata Class: Osteichthyes Order: Cypriniformes
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
River Choto Jamuna is an important and well-known river in Northern Bangladesh and one of the major distributaries of the River Atrai. This river contributes much in terms of fish production and source of income for many fishermen living beside
Introduction: Alga (Pl. algae) can be defined as, the primitive chlorophyll-containing mainly aquatic eukaryotic organisms lacking true stems, roots and leaves. With a little bit more explanation algae can also be defined as: Algae are very large and diverse group