Distribution and conservation status of fishes reported from muntjibpur pond of Allahabad (U.P.)

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    Muntjibpur pond was studied to find out the conservation status of the fishes naturally occurring in it. The survey was conducted from July 2014 to June 2015. During exploration, a total of 13 species of fishes belonging to 12 genera, 8 families and 5 orders were identified. As per latest version of IUCN Red List, out of 13 species of fishes identified, 1 species comes under UV (vulnerable), 1 under NT (near threatened), 8 under LC (least concern) and 3 species are NE (not evaluated) so far. No fish species identified here comes under EN (endangered) category.

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    Fish Species and Genera; Family; Order; Conservation Status; IUCN Red List; Muntjibpur Pond.

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Article ID: 7162
DOI: 10.14419/ijsw.v5i1.7162

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