ichthyofaunal

ich·thy·o·fau·na

 (ĭk′thē-ə-fô′nə)
n.
The fish of a particular region.

ich′thy·o·fau′nal adj.
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ichthyofaunal

(ˌɪkθɪəʊˈfɔːnəl)
adj
(Biology) biology relating to ichthyofauna
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The captures made during the study were from the project "Contribution to the ichthyofaunal wealth of the reserve of Ria Lagartos, Yucatan", with reference number BK026, financed by CONABIO.
The effects of the change in nutrient levels can be seen in the quality of biota with the inclusion of ichthyofaunal (34).
His diet based on live prey [30] may eventually be a threat to the ichthyofaunal diversity of the plain as in the case of Lake Victoria in Kenya with the Nile perch Lates niloticus [54].
Both catchments are characterised by a different ichthyofaunal composition: in general, the Danube basin accomodates species with wider distribution ranges, while the Adriatic Sea catchment area is characterized by a number of endemic forms (Vukovic 1977, Kottelat & Freyhof 2007, Sofradzija 2009).
Regarding ichthyofaunal diversity, River Swat has relatively more diversity compared to River Panjkora (Ullah et al., 2014).
(9.) Abeda B, Afsheen Z (2014) Ichthyofaunal Diversity of Hub Reservoir Sindh, Balochistan, Pakistan.
Renno, "Phylogeography of the piranha genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus: implications for the diversification of the Neotropical ichthyofaunal," Molecular Ecology, vol.
The extent and annual duration of this temperature discontinuity is sufficient to significantly alter the ichthyofaunal assemblage of this region and has been indicated as a potential barrier to gene flow in the kelp bass, Paralabrax clathratus (Selkoe et al.