FISH BIODIVERSITY OF HIVARA (KHADAKDEOLA) RESERVOIR, JALGAON, M.S.INDIA

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V. M. THORAT
R. R. DANDAWATE

Abstract

Present work was done from1stJanuary to 30th September 2021 Fish samples were collected from different localities like Khadakdeoa Kd., Sarola, Waghulkheda and Chinchkheda of Hivra Reservoir from Jalgaon District of Hivara Dam of North Maharashtraregion. Fisheries play an important role in the economy of country. Fishes are having high economic, food, nutritive, medicinal, and aesthetic value. There is vast biodiversity of fish all over the world and thus it’s critical to study it at a time. Therefore the present survey is aimed to study fish biodiversity at minute level. During the survey at Hivara (Khadakdeola) Dam total ten species of fishes belonging to six different families are found. This work will be helpful to fishermen and scientists to know about the biodiversity of fishes found locally in the dam which can also help the fish farmers to select the exact varieties of fish species for the culture in order to get more yield.

Keywords:
Scolex, diversity, fishing, water bodies

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THORAT, V. M., & DANDAWATE, R. R. (2021). FISH BIODIVERSITY OF HIVARA (KHADAKDEOLA) RESERVOIR, JALGAON, M.S.INDIA. UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 42(23), 48-54. Retrieved from http://mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/2606
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