About: Tor khudree

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Tor khudree, the Deccan mahseer, Khudree mahseer, or black mahseer, is a freshwater fish of the carp family found in major rivers and reservoirs of India and Sri Lanka. Found throughout India, following large-scale introductions of artificially-bred fish across the country (annex 2), but found of the largest size and in the greatest abundance in mountain or rocky streams.The fish as originally described by Sykes in his November 1838 paper 'On the Fishes of the Dukhun' as Barbus khudree, is a silvery-bluish coloured fish, with blood red fins or fins tipped with a bluish tinge. The type locality is the Mula-Mutha River close to the Indian city of Pune, a part of the Krishna River basin.Although there have been efforts to artificially breed this mahseer since the early1970's, there is no wa

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  • Tor khudree és una espècie de peix de la família dels ciprínids i de l'ordre dels cipriniformes. (ca)
  • Tor khudree Tor generoko animalia da. Arrainen barruko Actinopterygii klasean sailkatzen da, Cyprinidae familian. (eu)
  • Tor malabaricus Tor generoko animalia da. Arrainen barruko Actinopterygii klasean sailkatzen da, Cyprinidae familian. (eu)
  • Tor malabaricus is een straalvinnige vissensoort uit de familie van de eigenlijke karpers (Cyprinidae). De wetenschappelijke naam van de soort is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1849 door Jerdon. (nl)
  • Tor khudree is een straalvinnige vissensoort uit de familie van de eigenlijke karpers (Cyprinidae). De wetenschappelijke naam van de soort is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1839 door Sykes. (nl)
  • Tor malabaricus är en fiskart som först beskrevs av Jerdon, 1849. Tor malabaricus ingår i släktet Tor och familjen karpfiskar. IUCN kategoriserar arten globalt som starkt hotad. Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life. (sv)
  • Tor khudree, the Deccan mahseer, Khudree mahseer, or black mahseer, is a freshwater fish of the carp family found in major rivers and reservoirs of India and Sri Lanka. Found throughout India, following large-scale introductions of artificially-bred fish across the country (annex 2), but found of the largest size and in the greatest abundance in mountain or rocky streams.The fish as originally described by Sykes in his November 1838 paper 'On the Fishes of the Dukhun' as Barbus khudree, is a silvery-bluish coloured fish, with blood red fins or fins tipped with a bluish tinge. The type locality is the Mula-Mutha River close to the Indian city of Pune, a part of the Krishna River basin.Although there have been efforts to artificially breed this mahseer since the early1970's, there is no way to determine if these fish are Tor khudree, as the populations within the type locality have gone extinct. It has been reported that the fish moves to upper reaches of small streams to spawn, which is a common spawning strategy of mahseer. They feed on plants, fruits, insects, shrimps and molluscs and may be grown in ponds. They are predatory, and even prey on smaller mahseer. While large fish of over a metre and 45 kg in weight have been recorded, such sizes are no longer found in the type locality. In the River Cauvery, fish to over 30 kg are being caught in recent years. (en)
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  • Tor banna 5 baris murah (en)
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  • LC (en)
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  • IUCN3.1 (en)
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  • *Barbus khudree (Sykes, 1839) *Puntius khudree *Barbus longispinis (Günther, 1868) *Puntius khudree *Tor khudree longispinnis *Barbus neilli (Day, 1869) (en)
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  • Tor banna 5 baris murah (en)
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  • Tor khudree és una espècie de peix de la família dels ciprínids i de l'ordre dels cipriniformes. (ca)
  • Tor khudree Tor generoko animalia da. Arrainen barruko Actinopterygii klasean sailkatzen da, Cyprinidae familian. (eu)
  • Tor malabaricus Tor generoko animalia da. Arrainen barruko Actinopterygii klasean sailkatzen da, Cyprinidae familian. (eu)
  • Tor malabaricus is een straalvinnige vissensoort uit de familie van de eigenlijke karpers (Cyprinidae). De wetenschappelijke naam van de soort is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1849 door Jerdon. (nl)
  • Tor khudree is een straalvinnige vissensoort uit de familie van de eigenlijke karpers (Cyprinidae). De wetenschappelijke naam van de soort is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1839 door Sykes. (nl)
  • Tor malabaricus är en fiskart som först beskrevs av Jerdon, 1849. Tor malabaricus ingår i släktet Tor och familjen karpfiskar. IUCN kategoriserar arten globalt som starkt hotad. Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life. (sv)
  • Tor khudree, the Deccan mahseer, Khudree mahseer, or black mahseer, is a freshwater fish of the carp family found in major rivers and reservoirs of India and Sri Lanka. Found throughout India, following large-scale introductions of artificially-bred fish across the country (annex 2), but found of the largest size and in the greatest abundance in mountain or rocky streams.The fish as originally described by Sykes in his November 1838 paper 'On the Fishes of the Dukhun' as Barbus khudree, is a silvery-bluish coloured fish, with blood red fins or fins tipped with a bluish tinge. The type locality is the Mula-Mutha River close to the Indian city of Pune, a part of the Krishna River basin.Although there have been efforts to artificially breed this mahseer since the early1970's, there is no wa (en)
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  • Tor khudree (ca)
  • Tor khudree (es)
  • Tor khudree (eu)
  • Tor malabaricus (eu)
  • Tor malabaricus (nl)
  • Tor khudree (nl)
  • Tor khudree (en)
  • Tor malabaricus (sv)
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