Megalobrama pellegrini

Megalobrama pellegrini is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Megalobrama.

The Megalobrama pellegrini lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

Megalobrama pellegrini on Fish Mapper TSN 689438 (Taxonomic Serial Number) Retrieved on from the Integrated Taxonomic Information System online database. This is a cached copy. More

Megalobrama pellegrini were used for domestication and artificial propagation experiment. According to information, the age structure of Megalobrama pellegrini was relatively simple. The fish under 3 years old took 94% of the total, with sex ratio near 1:1. More

about early growing of Megalobrama pellegrini was supplemented. In the 4 times of artificial propagation experiments, primary success was achieved one time. No success was made in the 4 times of artificial propagation experiments on Sinilabeo rendahli. More

first generation of the artificially bred Megalobrama pellegrini on July 18, 2003. After 3-year breeding, they were sexually mature. They obtained over 60,000 second-generation young Megalobrama pellegrini in the trial, indicating the success of artificial propagation of such fish. More

Common names

Cejnovec Pellegrinův in Czech (česky)
厚頜魴 in Mandarin Chinese
厚颌鲂 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Megalobrama
Species : Megalobrama pellegrini
Authority : Tchang, 1930