Ban on catching Jullien’s golden carp in Pahang


From February, no-one is allowed to catch the Temoleh, a freshwater fish, as it is their spawning season. — Filepic

KUANTAN: The closed season for ikan tamalian or known as temoleh (Prabarbus jullieni) has started and will end in April this year, said Pahang Fisheries Department director Datuk Azahari Othman.

During this three-month period from February, no-one is allowed to catch the freshwater fish as it is their spawning season.

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