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      Courtship. A pair of Clarias batrachus (female albino and a piebald) both 38 cm (Photo: Ros, Wolfgang) - Click for full size   Courtship. A pair of Clarias batrachus at the spawning embrace place (Photo: Ros, Wolfgang) - Click for full size   Spawning embrace of a pair of Clarias batrachus (female albino and a piebald) both 38 cm (Photo: Ros, Wolfgang) - Click for full size   Spawning embrace of a pair of Clarias batrachus (female albino and a piebald) both 38 cm (Photo: Ros, Wolfgang) - Click for full size   Spawning embrace of a pair of Clarias batrachus (female albino and a piebald) both 38 cm (Photo: Ros, Wolfgang) - Click for full size
    Nom taxonomique: Clarias batrachus (Linnaeus 1758)
    Synonymes: Clarias assamensis Day, 1877, Clarias jagur (Hamilton, 1822), Clarias magur (Hamilton, 1822), Clarias punctatus Valenciennes, 1840, Macropteronotus jagur Hamilton, 1822, Macropteronotus magur Hamilton, 1822, Silurus batrachus Linnaeus, 1758
    Noms communs: alimudan (Visayan-Philippines), cá trê tráng (Vietnamese), cá trèn trang (Vietnamese), clarias catfish (English-USA), climbing perch (English-Bangladesh), freshwater catfish (English-Malaysia), Froschwels (German), hito (Philippines), htong batukan (Tagalog-Philippines), ikan keling (Malay-Indonesia), ikan lele (Malay), Ito (Kapampangan-Philippines), kawatsi (Kuyunon-Philippines), keli (Malay), klarievyi som (Russian), koi (Bengali-Banglade), konnamonni (Finnish), kug-ga (Punjabi-India), leleh, magur, mah-gur (Bengali-India), mangri (Hindi-India), marpoo (Telugu-India), masarai (Tamil-India), mungri (Nepali), nga-khoo (Burmese), pa douk (Lao), paltat (Ilocano-Philippines), pantat, pla duk (Thai), pla duk dam (Thai), pla duk dan (Thai), pla duk nam jued (Thai), pla duk nam juend (Thai), Thai hito (English-Philippines), Thailand catfish (English-Taiwan, province of China), trey andaing roueng (Khmer), trey andeng (Khmer), walking catfish (English), wanderwels (German), Yerivahlay (Malayalam-India)
    Type d'organisme: fish
    Se rencontre dans:
    cours d'eau, estuaires, lacs, zones humides
    Informations pour la gestion de l'espèce
    Preventative measures: Outside of its native range, numerous countries have banned possession of the Clarias batrachus, including the United States, which has classified all members of the family Clariidae as injurious wildlife which are illegal to possess without a federal permit (Robins, undated).
    Alimentation
    Clarias batrachus feeds on insect larvae, earthworms, shells, shrimps, small fish, aquatic plants and debris.
    Cette espèce figure sur la liste de l’UICN des 100 espèces parmi les plus envahissantes au monde
    Révisé par: Pam Fuller USGS/BRD, Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Program. Florida Integrated Science Center. USA
    Compilé par: Profile revision: National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII) & IUCN/SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG)
    Dernière mise à jour: Saturday, 27 March 2010


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