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Is ROHU a surface feeder?

Asked: Tim Wisdom, Date Created:

During the fry stage rohu is predominantly a planktivorous surface feeder. From the fingerling stage onwards the feeding habit changes and the fish feed in the water column and on the bottom, mainly on filamentous algae, decomposed vegetation, mud and sand (Chondar, 1999).

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