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The present was carried out to document the diversity of fish fauna, economically important of fishes, status and Calculated Productivity Point CPP of fish species of Chikklingdalli water body Chincholli., India. A total number of fishes belonging to 5 families, 10 genus and 12 species were recorded. Highest 7 species recorded from family Cyprinidae, Siluridae 2 species, Channidae 01 species, Masticambidae 01 and Notopteridae 01 species. All the physic-chemical parameters are within the permissible limit. Present study suggests that the water temperature can positively correlated with, TDS, pH, total hardness.
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