Ali Reza Radkhah

Ali Reza Radkhah
University of Tehran | UT · Department of Fisheries and Environmental Sciences

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The present study aimed to investigate the distribution status and ecological effects of the introduction of three major invasive fish species viz. Hemiculter leucisculus, Carassius auratus and Pseudorasbora parva in Iran. This review provides useful information about non-native species for readers. This research can play an important role to prote...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the global distribution of a non-indigenous and invasive fish species, the convict cichlid Amatitlania nigrofasciata, over time, with an emphasis on the inland waters of Iran. The results showed that the distribution range of the convict cichlid was initially based in Central America. Then, the distribution...
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This study aimed to investigate the fish fauna in the downstream sector of the Zarineh River, Urmia Lake basin. Seven stations were sampled along the Zarineh River before and after Shahin-Dezh City to help gain a better understanding of human activities on its fish fauna. The results revealed 11 fish species, which belong to three families, includi...
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Due to the ecological importance of mudskippers, it is necessary to provide a comprehensive reference about these fishes. Therefore, the present work aims to introduce the current book entitled " Fishes out of Water: Biology and Ecology of Mudskippers " edited by Zeehan Jaafar and Edward O. Murdy. This book contains 15 chapters published by CRC pre...
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The knifetooth sawfish Anoxypristis cuspidata (Latham, 1794) is a species of sawfish belonging to the family Pristidae. It is an Indo-West Pacific species occurring from the northern Persian Gulf to Australia and north to Japan. The species is assessed as Endangered in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Main threats to the species are fishing...
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The present study was conducted to investigate the morphometric characteristics of Mosquitofish populations (Gambusia holbrooki) in the Kashmar Region. For this purpose, 60 specimens of Mosquitofish (30 males and 30 females) were caught from Kashmar Region, Khorasan Razavi province (northeastern Iran) using Electrofishlng. Twenty-nine morphometric...
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The occurrence of the sawbelly, Hemiculter leucisculus, is reported for the first time from the Halil River in the Hamun-e-Jazmourian basin, Kerman Province, southern Iran. The sawbelly is an exotic species in Iran. This species may have adverse effects on native fishes, as the sawbelly is an aggressive and territorial species that is well-known fo...
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In this study, length-weight and condition factor of three populations of Mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) from Gamasiab River, Sirzar River and Kashmar region (from three basins of the Iranian inland water) were studied. The maximum total length and weight of studied population were 55.30 mm and 2.67 g, respectively. The results revealed that the...
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This research was conducted to study the length-weight and length-length relationships and condition factor of six cyprinid fish species viz. Alburnus atropatena, Barbus lacerta, Capoeta capoeta, Carrasius gibelio, Romanogobio macropterus and Pseudorasbora parva from Zarrineh River (Urmia Lake basin, Iran). A total of 188 specimens ranging from 2.9...
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This study aimed to the first report of Saw-belly, Hemiculter leucisculus from the Zarinehrud River and investigation of its morphometric and meristic characteristics, length-weight and length-length relationships. A total of 77 saw-belly specimens were caught on September 2013 from the Zarinehrud River. Twenty-one morphometric and 10 meristic char...

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