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Reproductive biology of thin sharpbelly, Toxabramis swinhonis Günther, 1873 in a shallow lake (Biandantang Lake) along the middle reach of the Yangtze River basin (China): implications for fisheries management
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Overall sex ratio of T. swinhonis was 1.03:1, not significantly different from 1:1. T. swinhonis was a spring-summer (March–August) multiple spawner with indeterminate fecundity. Sizes at first maturity for female and male were 84.47 and 81.86 mm, respectively. To catch T. swinhonis or release its predator is proposed for population control.

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