Study on Fish Fauna Diversity of Bhusara maun under Muzaaffarpur district of Bihar
The present study has been carried from Bhusara maun under Muzaaffarpur district of Bihar”. Fish diversity on this lentic water body has been studied in detail with its food value and commercial status. Twenty eight Fish species of fishes were recorded, which belonged to 20 genera and 14 families. A classified list of fishes has been given. The Indian major carps and few fresh species are commercially important groups in the Bhusara maun
Keywords: Fish species, diversity, food value. Commercially important.
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