Classification of Asian Swamp Eel Species - Juniper.
Monopterus albus is able to burrow itself up to 1.5 meters deep and is capable of moving over dry land for short distances because it can breathe atmospheric oxygen for brief periods of time. History Introduction has been a result of the aquarium trade, releasing from fish markets, stocking as a food source or escaped from fish farms during flooding events.
The Belut, Monopterus albus, is a medium to large-sized eel-like fish that lives mostly in freshwater.The dorsal, anal and caudal fins are continuous and appear as a fin-fold, and the gill openings are united into a triangular slit beneath the head.
An Monopterus albus in uska species han Actinopterygii nga syahan ginhulagway ni Zuiew hadton 1793. An Monopterus albus in nahilalakip ha genus nga Monopterus, ngan familia nga Synbranchidae. (7) (8) Ginklasipika han IUCN an species komo diri gud kababarak-an. (1).
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Background The natural sex reversal severely affects the sex ratio and thus decreases the productivity of the rice field eel (Monopterus albus). How to understand and manipulate this process is one of the major issues for the rice field eel stocking. So far the genomics and transcriptomics data available for this species are still scarce. Here we provide a comprehensive study of transcriptomes.
Found in hill streams to lowland wetlands (Ref. 57235) often occurring in ephemeral waters (Ref. 44894).Adults are found in medium to large rivers, flooded fields and stagnant waters including sluggish flowing canals (Ref. 12975, 12693), in streamlets and estuaries (Ref. 41236).Benthic (Ref. 58302), burrowing in moist earth in dry season surviving for long periods without water (Ref 2686).