Abstract
REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE OF THE FRESHWATER LOACH LEPIDOCEPHALICHTHYS THERMALIS FROM THE RIVER THAMIRABARANI, TIRUNELVELI, SOUTH INDIA

J. M. A. P. Arachi*

ABSTRACT

Lepidocephalichthys thermalis (Valenciennes) is a small, burrowing shallow-water tropical cobitid fish species of economic importance in Tamil Nadu. The fish is hardy, sensitive to minor changes in the environment and at the same time can adjust well under laboratory conditions. Despite its small size (upto 7.5 cm) it is considered to be very nutritious. These highly valued food fish are brought to the market in live condition and sold. Being a burrowing fish, Lepidocephalichthys thermalis use less energy for maintenance compared to other fish species.

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