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Is Mrigal a bottom feeder fish?

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Labeo calbasu (calbasu) and Cirrhinus cirrhosus (mrigal) are two important bottom feeder carps (cyprinids) stocked traditionally in south Asian polyculture ponds ( Milstein et al., 2002; Rahman et al., 2006).

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