1995. The depth is about equal to length of head. It is also called Migel or Mirka. Culture of Indian major carp has been taken up on a commercial scale in recent years in the Haryana and Punjab states of India. Hatchlings of mrigal normally remain in the surface or sub-surface waters, while fry and fingerling tend to move to deeper water. The bottom dwelling habit of mrigal hinders its effective harvesting by dragnet, the most common gear used in carp culture. Rome, FAO. Manila, Asian Development Bank & Bangkok, Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific. Cirrhinus cirrhosus, an Indian Carp species.|Cirrhinus mrigala, an Indian Carp species. Sihag and Anuradha Bhradwaj1 Department of Zoology and Aquaculture, CCS Haryana Agriculture University, Hisar- 125 001, India Received: 20-08-2012 Accepted: 20-01-2013 ABSTRACT Diseases like epizootic ulcerative syndrome (EUS), hemorrhagic septicemia, fin and tail rot, gill Their body is covered with cycloid scales, and there are no scales on their head and snout blunt. 93245). Roberts (1997) considered this species as a synonym of Bangana ariza, however, this synonymy is not considered valid (Jayaram 1999, Menon 1999). Choudhury, S.N. The Lao People's Democratic Republics, Thailand, Vietnam, Pakistan, Myanmar and Nepal also use mrigal as one of the principal components in carp polyculture systems. Comparative evaluation of growth and survival of Indian major carps and exotic carps in raising fingerlings. 1981. 49-52. Mrigel fish is a well-known fish of the Family Cyprinidae, belonging to the order Cypriniformes. Somalingam, J., Maheshwari, U.K. & Langer, R.K. 1990. National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, New Delhi, India. 32, FAO, Rome, Italy. Mrigal is widely cultured along with catla and rohu. In: Regional Study and Workshop on Aquaculture sustainability and the Environment. In: T. J. Pandian (ed. Volume 1. Asian Fishery Society Indian Branch, Mangalore, India. Channa gachua […] Cirrhinus cirrhosus (Bloch, 1795) (mrigal carp) Cirrhinus fulungee (Sykes, 1839) (Deccan white carp) Cirrhinus jullieni Sauvage, 1878; Cirrhinus macrops Steindachner, 1870 (hora white carp) Cirrhinus microlepis Sauvage, 1878 (smallscale mud carp) Cirrhinus molitorella (Valenciennes, 1844) (mud carp) Cirrhinus mrigala (Hamilton, 1822) The Chinese circular hatchery is the most common system used. In: Regional Study and Workshop on Aquaculture sustainability and the Environment. Environment: milieu / climate zone / depth range / distribution range Ecology In English, it is called Mrigal Carp, or Mrigal… However, consumer preference makes the prices obtained for these species always higher than those for common carp and Chinese carps. 83-133. This species and the Mrigal carp (Cirrhinus cirrhosus) are both considered distinct. Cirrhina mrigala Bhuiyan, 1964. Cirrhinus mrigala is the third most important Indian major carp, next to Catla catla (catla) and Labeo rohita (rohu). Pakistan Study Report. (Cirrhinus mrigala) •Body is elongated, depressed with rounded snout. It is a bottom-feeding fish and often referred to as a scavenger. Mrigal is normally cultured along with the other two Indian major carps - catla (, Mass scale seed production of mrigal in hatcheries through induced breeding now supplies almost the entire seed requirement in all the producing countries, although riverine collection still forms the source of seed in certain small areas. Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture, India. & Jhingran, A.G. 1991. The Mrigal fish can grow very big. Myanmar Study Report. Cirrhinus mrigala (Hamilton, 1822) Accepted Name Mrigal Animalia > Chordata > Actinopterygii > Cypriniformes > Cyprinidae > Cirrhinus > Cirrhinus mrigala (Hamilton, 1822) Their body is bilaterally symmetrical and streamlined. Basavaraju, Y. Catla Catla 4. Issue The species Cirrhinus mrigala (Hamilton, 1822) is considered as valid in Eschmeyer (CofF ver. [Draft report]. 1991. Shrimp and carp aquaculture and the environment. 1968. Shrimp and carp aquaculture and the environment. The types are: 1. Governmental regulations and controls over the domestic marketing system are almost non-existent in these countries and demand and supply thus influence product value. Cirrhinus mrigala 5. A first report on quadruple spawning of Catla catla (Ham.). The Freshwater Fishes of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Burma and Sri Lanka. FAO Fisheries Synopsis No. Cirrhinus mrigala did equally well on all ingredients while Hypophthalmichthys molitrix did very poorly. A comparative study of growth rate of rohu - mrigal and mrigal - rohu hybrids and their parental species. ... infecting the gill lamellae of mrigal carp, Cirrhinus mrigala, was characterized by the 18S rRNA gene sequence. Ltd., New Delhi, India. Cast nets are often used for partial harvesting in small and backyard ponds. In some cases antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals have been used in treatment but their inclusion in this table does not imply an FAO recommendation. To reduce feed cost carbohydrates are utilized in fish feed formulation because carbohydrates are most economical, low cost than lipids and protein and a rich source of energy. Scales large and cycloid. Body bilaterally symmetrical and streamlined, its depth about equal to length of head; body with cycloid scales, head without scales; snout blunt, often with pores; mouth broad, transverse; upper lip entire and not continuous with lower lip, lower lip most indistinct; single pair of short rostral barbels; pharyngeal teeth in three rows, 5.4.2/2.4.5 pattern; lower jaw with a small post-symphysial knob or tubercle; origin of dorsal fin nearer to end of snout than base of caudal; dorsal fin as high as body with 12 or 13 branched rays; last unbranched ray of dorsal fin non-osseous and non-serrated; pectoral fins shorter than head; caudal fin deeply forked; anal fin not extending to caudal fin; lateral line with 40-45 scales; lateral transverse scale rows 6-7/5½-6 between lateral line and pelvic fin base; usually dark grey above, silvery beneath; dorsal fin greyish; pectoral, pelvic and anal fins orange-tipped (especially during breeding season). Several factors have enhanced the status of the farming of the Indian major carps: Carps are generally cultured in a closed system that involves herbivorous species, in which organic materials are used as the principal input sources, thereby making it a generally environmentally-friendly practice. Radhakrishnan (eds. Adults are bottom dwellers.It is an illiophage in its feeding habit and stenophagous; detritus and decayed vegetation form its principal food components, while phytoplankton and zooplankton comprise the rest. Exotic species such as common carp (Cyprinus carpio), grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) and silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) were introduced to Indian waters during the 1950s, and have now become established. Forty‐four primer sequences available for four cyprinid fishes were tested to amplify microsatellite loci in Indian major carp, Cirrhinus mrigala .A total of 12 loci were successfully amplified with clear scorable patterns and five thereof were polymorphic. Mrigal along with catla and rohu are extensively cultured in the freshwater bodies usually together in ‘polyculture’, ‘composite fish culture’ or ‘mixed species culture’ rather than ‘monoculture’. Cultured Aquatic Species Information Programme, Main producer countries of Cirrhinus mrigala (FAO Fishery Statistics, 2006). Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) is one of the most widely used architectures for image classification based on visual features. Heteropneustes fossilis 8. Six data classes i.e. During recent years a small quantity of Indian major carps is being exported from India to the Middle East, degutted and frozen. Manila, Asian Development Bank & Bangkok, Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific. Channa punctatus 10. CIFA. The species is mostly marketed fresh in local markets. Ayyappan, S. & Jena, J.N. 1995. classification of freshwater fishes of the madduvalasa reservoir in the palakonda division of srikakulam district and their status was evaluated. It is a bottom-feeding fish and often referred to as a scavenger. The classification results indicate that only the DAGMSVM meets the requirement of time efficiency for the system. Manila, Asian Development Bank & Bangkok, Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific. & Nayak, P.K. Jhingran, V.G. Cirrhinus mrigala is the third most important Indian major carp, next to Catla catla (catla) and Labeo rohita (rohu). [Draft report]. Journal of Aquaculture in the Tropics, 13:143-150. Corpus ID: 214631320. Shams works in freshwater ecosystems, primarily on fish diversity in terms of their availability, and richness; he is also interested in aquatic invasive species and … Shrimp and carp aquaculture and the environment. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Complete harvesting is possible only through draining. Jena, J.K., Aravindakshan, P.K., Chandra, S., Muduli, H.K. Journal of Applied Aquaculture, 13:251-282. Cirrhina mrigala Day, 1878. This species has long been important in polyculture with other native species, mainly in India. Ctenopharyngodon idella (Grass carp), Cyprinus carpio (Common carp), Cirrhinus mrigala (Mori), Labeo rohita (Rohu), Hypophthalmichthys molitrix (Silver carp), and Catla (Thala), containing 915 images, popular for fish farming in the tropical areas of world including Pakistan. Gopakumar, K., Ayyappan, S., Jena, J.K., Sahoo, S.K., Sarkar, S.K., Satapathy, B.B. In extensive systems, with a targeted production level of 2-3 tonnes/ha, the cost of production is about USD 0.30/kg, while the costs increase to USD 0.5-0.6/kg in semi-intensive culture, where the targeted production is 4-8 tonnes/ha. Shrimp and carp aquaculture and the environment. Four experimental diets … The dietary supplementation of synbiotic in Cirrhinus mrigala juvenile (with initial body weight ranging from 2.87 ± 0.01 g to 3.26 ± 0.05 g) was evaluated in terms of changes in innate immunity, antioxidant activity and disease resistance against Aeromonas hydrophilla infection. 90 pp. [Draft report]. Wallago attu 6. Khoke, U.C. Calcutta, India. • Large cycloids scales presents • Body dark grey on back and silvery on the belly sides • One pair of short barbles present on the mouth. Clarias Batrachus 9. [Draft report], Pathak, S.C. & Palanisamy, K. 1995. These harvesting difficulties make mrigal the least preferred species among the three Indian major carps for farmers. Here induced breeding by hormones method is briefly described. CABI is a registered EU trademark. Grow-out production of carps in India. Channa Striatus 11. Utilization of Cirrhinus Mrigala Fingerlings. In: Regional Study and Workshop on Aquaculture sustainability and the Environment. Improvements in induced breeding and seed production, which have removed the reliance on the capture of natural riverine seed. Binomial nga ngaran; Cirrhinus cirrhosus (Bloch, 1795)Mga sinonimo; Cirrhinus chaudhryi Srivastava, 1968 Henicorhynchus horai (Lakshmanan, 1966) Cirrhinus horai Lakshmanan, 1966 Cirrhina macrops Steindachner, 1870 Mrigala buchanani Bleeker, 1860 Cirrhinus cuvierii Jerdon, 1849 Cirrhinus cauverii Jerdon, 1849 Cirrhina blochii Valenciennes, 1842 Dangila leschenaultii Valenciennes, 1842 σ. Abstract- An eight week feeding trial was conducted to evaluate the potential of Gliricidia maculata leaf meal as dietary protein source in the diet of Cirrhinus mrigala fingerlings. Jena, J.K., Aravindakshan, P.K. All mrigal (Cirrhinus mrigala) fry, were used in this experiment hatched from single egg mass. Shrimp and carp aquaculture and the environment. Nepal Study Report. 99 pp. In all the producing countries, almost all farmed mrigal is consumed in the local market. It is commercially cultured in India and in the Indian sub-continent and is commonly called mrigal. Supplementary feed constitutes over 50 percent of the total input cost in carp polyculture; therefore, judicious feed management is of prime importance for enhancing profits. Handbook of Zoological Survey of India, Volume 2. C. mrigala and the other Indian major carp have been traditionally cultured and eaten in West Bengal. Materials and Methods Madduvalas Reservoir (fig 1) is located in madduvalasa village, vangaramandal of palakonda … Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Being a low input-based system, carp culture has not generally been perceived as a threat to the environment. Pectoral fin… Feeding and feed management of Indian major carps in Andhra Pradesh, India. Isolation and Identification of Pathogenic Bacteria Associated with Diseased Fish Cirrhinus mrigala @inproceedings{N2019IsolationAI, title={Isolation and Identification of Pathogenic Bacteria Associated with Diseased Fish Cirrhinus mrigala}, author={A N. and JATT and S. A. and Tunio and S. B. and Memon and T. A. and Arain}, year={2019} } Indian Journal of Fisheries, 45(2): 163-168. Abdomen rounded, body depth and head length nearly equal. In: Regional Study and Workshop on Aquaculture Sustainability and the Environment. Mrigal (Cirrhinus mrigala), a carp endemic to Indo-Gangetic riverine systems, is one of the three Indian major carp species cultivated widely in Southeast Asian countries. Ramakrishna, R., Shipton, T.A., Hasan, M.R.2013. The spawn recovery of mrigal usually ranges from 100 000 to 150 000/kg. When synthetic formulations are used, a single dose of 0.4-0.5 ml/kg BW (females) or 0.2-0.3 ml/kg (males) is administered. viz., the mrigal, Cirrhinus mrigala, the Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus and the wallago, Wallago attu using histological and histochemical techniques. ), Sustainable Indian Fisheries, pp. In this system, broodstock are kept at 3-5 kg /m. However, increased emphasis on intensification for enhancing production in recent years has resulted in increased use of chemical fertilizers, feeds, therapeutics, drugs, chemicals, etc., which pose some concern. Mrigal is cultured mainly as a component of carp polyculture systems in the ponds of India and Bangladesh, the major producing countries. Improvements in feeding and health management. 475 pp. In India, Khan (1938) successfully induced Cirrhinus mrigala to spawn by injecting mammalian pituitary hormone. However, being a bottom dweller, the harvesting of this species is a perpetual problem, especially in undrainable ponds. Jhingran, V.G. Nursery rearing of Indian major carp fry under different stocking densities. 1999. Manila, Asian Development Bank & Bangkok, Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 14(3):388-395. Regional Study and Workshop on Aquaculture Sustainability and the Environment. The compatibility of mrigal in polyculture systems with other carps has already been established. Singh, D.M. The grow-out period is usually one year, during which mrigal grows to about 600-700 g. Production is normally 3-5 tonnes/ha/yr, with mrigal contributing about 20-25 percent. Mass production of intergeneric hybrid catla (Catla catla x Labeo rohita) and its growth in ponds, small and large reservoirs of Madhya Pradesh. The fry were acclimated to laboratory condition in two cement tanks (80 l α & D. V. Muley. © Copyright 2020 CAB International. Mrigal - Cirrhinus mrigala (Hamilton, 1822) [Cyprinidae] Taxonomic and biological features: Distinguishing characters Body elongate with depressed and obtusely rounded snout (Figures 1 and 2). Mystus seenghala 7. Bayesian length-weight: a=0.00741 (0.00462 - 0.01191), b=3.18 (3.05 - 3.31), in cm Total Length, based on LWR estimates for this species & (Sub)family-body (Ref. Bhubaneswar. Disclaimer: The Animal Diversity Web is an educational resource written largely by and for college students.ADW doesn't cover all species in the world, nor does it include all the latest scientific information about organisms we describe. 727 pp. & Varghese, T.J. 1980. Veterinarski Arhiv, 65(5):143-148. Hindustan Publishing Corporation (India), Delhi, India. Synopsis of Biological Data on Rohu, Cirrhinus mrigala (Hamilton, 1822). Gupta, S.D., Rath, S.C., Dasgupta, S.D. When pituitary extract is used, females are injected with a stimulating dose of 2-3 mg/kg BW followed by a second dose of 5 to 8 mg/kg after a lapse of 6 hours; males are given a single dose of 2-3 mg/kg at the time of second injection of the female. 1998b. In: P. Keshavanath & K.V. S. A. Vhanalakar. Fish-Pak: a dataset of 6 different fish species i.e. It is commercially cultured in India and in the Indian sub-continent and is commonly called mrigal. 1995. Application of the principles of Article 9 of the FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries would be appropriate. They have pharyngeal teeth in 3 rows 5.4.2/2.4.5 pattern; lower jaw with a small post-symphysial knob or tubercle. Sustainable freshwater aquaculture in India. In: Bangladesh Study Report. India has vast freshwater resources of approximately 5.4 million hectares in the form of ponds, tanks, lakes and reservoirs. Eect of chromium on corn digestibility in Cirrhinus mrigala in the absence of natural feed Cirrhinus mrigala feeds on artificial feed (Khan et al., 2015). 2. 1995. Their mouth is broad, transverse (the upper lip entire and not continuous with lower lip). & Singh, W.J. Export to South-East Asian and Middle-East countries. However, the tendency of farmers to increase income per unit area has led to an excessive use of fertilizers, proteinaceous feeds and chemicals that may have detrimental effects on the environment. Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. Cirrhinus mrigala is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Cirrhinus.It is found in northern India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. Protease concentrations slightly varied but variations were prominent from species to species. Cirrhina mrigala Shaw and Shebbeare, 1937. 41236).Please send references, or more studies are needed. [Draft report]. Different methods are used for induced breeding. Cirrhinus macrosemion (Fowler, 1935) (synonym) Cirrhinus melanostigma Fowler & Bean, 1922 (synonym) Cirrhinus mrigala prosemion (Fowler, 1934) (synonym) Cirrhinus … More recently in India, freshwater carp culture has reached a stage termed as ‘aquaplosion’ or ‘blue revolution’ due to innovative efforts of enterprising carp culturists, such as in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, where vast areas of paddy fields were converted into fish ponds, since culture of Indian major carp was more profitable than traditional paddy cultivation. Manila, Asian Development Bank & Bangkok, Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific. ISOLATED FROM SKIN ULCERS OF CIRRHINUS MRIGALA Parvati Sharma, R.C. Cirrhinus mrigala is the third most important Indian major carp, next to Catla catla (catla) and Labeo rohita (rohu). Labeo gonius 3. Though we edit our accounts for accuracy, we cannot guarantee all information in those accounts. Histological analysis demonstrated that the pancreatic tissues were dispersed within the hepatic parenchyma as a hepatopancreas in C. mrigala and O. nilotica. May 2011: Ref. Taxonomic Notes: Cirrhinus reba was originally described as Cyprinus reba by Hamilton (1822) from Bengal and Behar (Bihar), India. Isolation and Identification of Pathogenic Bacteria Associated with Diseased Fish Cirrhinus mrigala (Ham) in Glass Aquarium. The main objective of this study was to determine the acute pathological effect of barium chloride. Synonyms: Cyprinus mrigala Hamilton, 1822. Furthermore, the compatibility of mrigal in polyculture systems with regard to habitat preference and feeding habits is good. National Freshwater Aquaculture Development Plan.CIFA, Bhubaneswar, India, 75 pp. Without molecular data, it is very difficult to identify new or existing species. However, long distance transport of mrigal with other carps packed with crushed ice at 1:1 ratio in rectangular plastic crates (60 cm x 40 cm x 23 cm) in insulated vans is often practiced in India. • Three day old hatchlings, measuring about 6 mm Inland Fishes of India and Adjacent Countries. Ayyappan, S. & Jena, J.K. 2003. Labeo Rohita 2. Hayat, M. 1995. The grow-out culture of mrigal in polyculture systems is confined to earthen ponds and normal management practice includes predatory and weed fish control with chemicals or plant derivatives; stocking of fingerlings at a combined density of 4 000-10 000 fingerlings/ha; fertilization with organic manures like cattle dung or poultry droppings and inorganic fertilizers; supplementary feeding with a mixture of rice bran/wheat bran and oil cake; and fish health monitoring and environmental management. A bottom dweller, the most common system used head and snout blunt accounts... 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