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The present study showed that the population density of a native fish A. It is concluded from the present investigations that A. Reduced availability of food, habitat degradation, chemical contamination, introduction of exotic species and exploitation have contributed to the decline of such native fish's abundance. Protecting fishes will help to protect aquatic biodiversity and in conservation of biological heritage of the country.

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The present study showed that the population density of a native fish A. It is concluded from the present investigations that A. Reduced availability of food, habitat degradation, chemical contamination, introduction of exotic species and exploitation have contributed to the decline of such native fish's abundance.

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Aphanius dispar (Rüppell, 1829)

Order : Cyprinodontiformes Family : Cyprinodontidae. It has long been considered doubtful that all populations represent a single species and the fish exhibit variations in colouration and patterning depending on locality; one subspecies already exists and it is likely that others will be named in the future. It is therefore important that the different forms be labelled with the collection details by aquarists and scientists in order to preserve bloodlines and maintain accuracy e. Found in numerous habitat types although it mostly inhabits shallow coastal waters such as lagoons and first order streams where submerged vegetation or filamentous algae grows thickly.

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