Publications

Total publications: 121

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2010

  • F Baby, J Tharian, A Ali & R Raghavan (2010) A checklist of freshwater fishes of the New Amarambalam Reserve Forest (NARF). Journal of Threatened Taxa 2(12): 1330–1333.
  • R Raghavan, G Prasad, A Ali, B Pereira, MR Ramprasanth & F Baby (2010) Miss Kerala (Puntius denisonii) added to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Current Science 98(2): 132.
  • L Sujarittanonta, R Raghavan, H Martin & P Williams (2010) Concept of protected areas and ecotourism: the challenge for three developing countries. In: Strategic Marketing: Creating Competitive Advantage. 2nd Edition (Eds. D. West, J. Ford & E. Ibrahim) Oxford University Press.
  • R Raghavan (2010) Ornamental fisheries and trade in Kerala. pp 169–197. In: Fish Conservation in Kerala (Eds: L. Sonnenschein & A. Benziger), World Aquariums and Oceans Federation, St. Louis, USA.

2009

  • K Krishnakumar, R Raghavan, G Prasad, A Bijukumar, M Sekharan, B Pereira & A Ali (2009) When pets become pests! Exotic aquarium fishes and biological invasions in Kerala, India. Current Science 97: 474–476.
  • R Raghavan, G Prasad, A Ali, B Pereira & L Sujarittanonta (2009) Damsel in distress – the tale of Miss Kerala, Puntius denisonii (Day) an endemic and endangered cyprinid of Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot, India. Aquatic Conservation – Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19(1): 67–74.
  • G Prasad & Raghavan (2009) ‘Fishing down’ and ‘farming up’ the food webs: should India be concerned? Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (India) 32 (1&2): 11–14.
  • K Krishnakumar, R Raghavan & B Pereira (2009) Protected on papers, hunted in wetlands: exploitation and trade of freshwater turtles from Punnamada, Kerala, India. Tropical Conservation Science 2(3): 363–373.

2008

  • R Raghavan, G Prasad, A Ali & B Pereira (2008) Fish fauna of River Chalakudy part of Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot (South India): patterns of distribution, threats and conservation needs. Biodiversity and Conservation 17: 3119–3131.
  • R Raghavan, G Prasad, A Ali & B Pereira (2008) Exotic fishes in a global biodiversity hotspot – a case study from River Chalakudy, part of Western Ghats, Kerala, India. Biological Invasions 10(1): 37–40.
  • G Prasad, A Ali & R Raghavan (2008) Threatened Fishes of the World: Puntius denisonii (Day) (Cyprinidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 83(2): 189–190.
  • G Prasad, A Ali & R Raghavan (2008) Threatened Fishes of the World: Horabagrus nigricollaris (Pethiyagoda & Kottelat). Environmental Biology of Fishes 82: 109–110.
  • A Ali, G Prasad, R Lakshmi, N Balasubramaniam & R Raghavan (2008) Weight – length relationship of the Asian sun catfish Horabagrus brachysoma (Gunther, 1864) (Siluriformes: Horabagridae) from the Western Ghats rivers of Kerala, South India. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria 38(1): 41–44.
  • MF Tlusty, S Dowd & R Raghavan (2008) Saving forests through the fisheries – ornamental fishes as a route to avoid deforestation. Ornamental Fish International Journal (OFIJ) February 2008: 21–25

2007

  • R Raghavan, M Tlusty, G Prasad, B Pereira, A Ali & L Sujarittanonta (2007) Should endemic and threatened ornamental fishes of Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot be captive bred for international trade? Current Science 93(9): 1211–1213.
  • R Raghavan, G Prasad, A Ali & L Sujarittanonta (2007) ‘Boom and Bust Fishery’ in a Biodiversity Hotspot – Is the Western Ghats (South India) losing its most celebrated ornamental fish, Puntius denisonii, Day? Current Science 92(12): 1671–1672.
  • R Raghavan, A Ali & G Prasad (2007) Need for a comprehensive re-assessment of the conservation status of critically endangered (?) fishes of Kerala. Current Science 92(6): 721–723.
  • A Ali, R Raghavan & G Prasad (2007) Threatened Fishes of the World: Horabagrus brachysoma (Gunther) (Bagridae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 78(3): 221.
  • N Sreeraj, R Raghavan & G Prasad (2007) Some aspects of the fishery of the threatened Yellow Catfish, Horabagrus brachysoma from Vembanad Lake and a note on their landings in Vaikom, Kerala, India. Zoos Print Journal 22(4): 2665–2666.

2006

  • N Sreeraj, R Raghavan & G Prasad (2006) The diet of Horabagrus brachysoma, an endangered bagrid catfish from Lake Vembanad (S. India). Journal of Fish Biology 69: 637–642.
  • R Raghavan & G Prasad (2006) A needless diversification – a perspective on the unregulated introduction and culture of the Pacific white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei, in India. World Aquaculture 37(1): 8–12
  • R Raghavan (2006) An overview of breeding and grow-out operations of the European Catfish (Silurus glanis) and the Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio) in the Czech Republic. Fishing Chimes 25(12): 29–31.
  • R Raghavan & G Prasad (2006) Towards sustainable freshwater prawn culture in India through feeds and feeding management. Fishing Chimes 26(8): 36–38
  • R Raghavan (2006) Yellow catfish: a potential culture species in South-western India. Global Aquaculture Advocate June 2006: 68–69.

2003

  • R Raghavan & G. Prasad (2003) Introduction and culture of the Pacific White Shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei in India – a critical evaluation. Fishing Chimes 23(4): 7–11.
  • R Raghavan (2003) Incidence of human pathogenic bacteria in shrimp feeds – a study from India. NAGA – The World Fish Center Quarterly 26(2): 22–24.
  • R Raghavan (2003) On Indian lobster capture and culture fisheries. Fishing Chimes 22(10-11): 26–30.

2002

  • R Raghavan, AP Unni & AM Savad (2002) Asian Market for Live Seafood – the present and future role of India. Seafood Export Journal XXXIII (8-9): 21–25

2001

  • R Raghavan (2001) Freshwater prawn culture in India: present status and future considerations. Seafood Export Journal XXXII (12): 21–29.

2000

  • R Raghavan (2000) Global Aquaculture Scenario. Seafood Export Journal XXXI (8): 25–29
  • R Raghavan, A Ali, N Dahanukar & A Rosser (2011) Is the fishery for the Deccan Mahseer, Tor khudree (Sykes, 1839) in the Western Ghats Hotspot sustainable? A participatory approach to stock assessment. Fisheries Research 110: 29–38.
  • R Raghavan, X Zhu, D Han, Y Yang & SQ Xie (2011) Low levels of dietary Aflatoxin B1 could cause mortalities, abnormal hepatopancreas histology and toxin accumulation in juvenile hybrid sturgeon, Acipenser ruthenus ♂ X A. baeri ♀. Aquaculture Nutrition 17(2): 39–47.
  • A Benziger*, S Philip*, R Raghavan*, A Ali, M Sukumaran, J Tharian, N Dahanukar, F Baby, R Peter, KV Radhakrishnan, K Remadevi, MA Haniffa, R Britz & A Antunes (2011) Unravelling a 146 years old taxonomic puzzle: Validation of Malabar Snakehead, species status and its relevance for Channid systematics and evolution. PLoS ONE 6(6): e21272 [*equal contributions].
  • N Dahanukar, R Raghavan, A Ali, R Abraham & CP Shaji (2011) The status and distribution of freshwater fishes of the Western Ghats. pp 21–48. In: S. Molur, K.G. Smith, B.A. Daniel & W.R.T. Darwall (compilers). The status of freshwater biodiversity in the Western Ghats. International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Gland, Switzerland, & Zoo Outreach Organization (ZOO) Coimbatore, India. 116p.
  • F Baby, J Tharian, S Philip, A Ali & R Raghavan (2011) Checklist of the fishes of Achankovil forests, Kerala with a note on the range extension of an endemic cyprinid, Puntius chalakkudiensis. Journal of Threatened Taxa 3(7): 1936–1941.
  • K Smith, R Raghavan, N Dahanukar, S Molur, R Holland, A Hughes & D Allen (2011) Regional Synthesis for all taxa. pp 87–108 In: S Molur, KG Smith, BA Daniel & WRT Darwall (compilers). The status of freshwater biodiversity in the Western Ghats. International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Gland, Switzerland, & Zoo Outreach Organization (ZOO) Coimbatore, India. 116p.
  • S Solomon, MR Ramprasanth, F Baby, J Tharian, B Pereira, A Ali & R Raghavan (2011) Reproductive biology of Puntius denisonii (Day), an endemic and threatened freshwater aquarium fish of the Western Ghats and its implications for current and future conservation. Journal of Threatened Taxa 3(9): 2071–2077.
  • K Krishnakumar, A Ali, B Pereira & R Raghavan (2011) Unregulated aquaculture and invasive alien species: case of the exotic African Catfish, Clarias gariepinus in Vembanad Lake (Ramsar wetland), Kerala, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 3(5): 1737–1744.
  • R Raghavan (2011) Need for further research on the freshwater fish fauna of the Ashambu Hills landscape – a response to Abraham et al. Journal of Threatened Taxa 3(5): 1788–1791.
  • F Baby, J Tharian, KM Abraham, M Ramprasanth, A Ali & R Raghavan (2011) Length weight relationship and condition factor of an endemic stone sucker, Garra gotyla stenorhynchus (Jerdon 1849) from two opposite flowing rivers in southern Western Ghats. Journal of Threatened Taxa 3(6): 1851–1855.
  • R Britz, A Ali & R Raghavan (2012) Pseudolaguvia lapillicola, a new species of catfish from Peninsular India (Teleostei: Sisoridae). Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 23(4): 289–295.
  • G Prasad, A Ali, M Harikrishnan & R Raghavan (2012) Population dynamics of an endemic and threatened yellow catfish, Horabagrus brachysoma (Gunther) from River Periyar, Kerala, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 4(2): 2333–2342.
  • R Britz, A Ali, K Krishna Kumar, S Philip & R Raghavan (2012) First record from the wild of Carinotetraodon imitator in Peninsular India (Teleostei: Tetraodontiformes: Tetraodontidae). Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 23(2): 105–109.
  • R Britz, A Ali & R Raghavan (2012) Pangio ammophila, a new species of eel loach from Karnataka, Southern India. Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 23(1): 45–50.
  • R Raghavan, N Dahanukar, K Krishnakumar, A Ali, S Solomon, MR Ramprasanth, F Baby, B Pereira, J Tharian & S Philip (2012) Western Ghats fish fauna in peril: are pseudo-conservationist attitudes to be blamed? Current Science 102(6): 835–837.
  • A Kanagavel & R Raghavan (2012) Local Ecological knowledge and threatened chelonians: Informing the status of Cochin Forest Cane Turtle (Vijayachelys silvatica) and Travancore Tortoise (Indotestudo travancorica) in the Anamalai Hills of Western Ghats. Journal of Threatened Taxa 4(13): 3173–3182.
  • A Kanagavel, C Sinclair, R Sekar & R Raghavan (2013) Moolah, misfortune or spinsterhood: the plight of slender loris, Loris lydekkerianus in south India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5(1): 3585–3588.
  • N Dahanukar & R Raghavan (2013) Checklist of the freshwater fishes of Western Ghats. MIN, Newsletter of the IUCN SSC/WI Freshwater Fish Specialist Group – South Asia, 01/August 2013: 6–16.
  • A Kanagavel & R Raghavan (2013) Hunting of endemic and threatened forest-dwelling chelonians in the Western Ghats, India. Asian Journal of Conservation Biology 2(2): 172–177.
  • K Anitha, A Aneesh, R Raghavan, A Kanagavel, T Augustine & S Joseph (2013) Identifying habitat connectivity for isolated populations of Lion-tailed Macaque (Macaca silenus) in Valparai plateau of Western Ghats Biodiversity Hotspot (India). Primate Conservation 29: 91–97.
  • A Kanagavel, R Pandya, C Sinclair, A Prithvi & R Raghavan (2013) Community and conservation reserves in South India: status, challenges and opportunities. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5(17): 5256–5265.
  • A Ali, S Philip, N Dahanukar, R Kumar, A Bijukumar & R Raghavan (2013) Distribution, threats and conservation status of Hypselobarbus thomassi (Day 1874), a poorly known cyprinid fish of the Western Ghats freshwater ecoregion. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5(17): 5202–5213.
  • R Raghavan, S Philip, N Dahanukar & A Ali (2013) Freshwater fish biodiversity of India: a response to Sarkar et al. (2013). Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 23: 547–554.
  • R Raghavan, S Philip, A Ali & N Dahanukar (2013) Sahyadria, a new genus of barb (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from Western Ghats, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5 (15): 4932–4938.
  • N Dahanukar, S Philip, K Krishnakumar, A Ali & R Raghavan (2013) Phylogenetic position of Lepidopygopsis typus (Teleostei: Cyprinidae): a monotypic freshwater fish endemic to the Western Ghats of India. Zootaxa 3700 (1): 113–139.\
  • R Raghavan, N Dahanukar, MF Tlusty, AL Rhyne, K Krishnakumar, S Molur & AM Rosser (2013) Uncovering an obscure trade: threatened freshwater fishes and the aquarium pet trade. Biological Conservation 164: 158–169.\
  • L John, S Philip, N Dahanukar, A Ali, J Tharian, R Raghavan & A Antunes (2013) Morphological and genetic evidence for multiple evolutionary distinct lineages in the endangered Redline torpedo barbs – highly exploited freshwater fishes endemic to the Western Ghats of India. PLoS One 8(7): e69741.
  • AC Pinder & R Raghavan (2013) Conserving the endangered mahseers (Tor sp) of India: the positive role of recreational fisheries. Current Science 104(11): 1472–1475.
  • R Raghavan, N Dahanukar, S Philip, K Krishnakumar & A Ali (2013) Phantom references, nomina nuda and the dilemma of freshwater fish taxonomy in India. Current Science 104(10): 1277–1279.
  • A Kanagavel, S Rehel & R Raghavan (2013) Population, ecology and threats to endemic, forest-dwelling chelonians in the Western Ghats Hotspot, India. ISRN Biodiversity 2013: 1–8.
  • A Ali, S Philip & R Raghavan (2013) Back from obscurity: notes on the current distribution, threats and conservation status of a poorly known cyprinid, Hypselobarbus lithopidos (Day 1874) from the Western Ghats of India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5 (13):4743–4751.
  • A Kanagavel, R. Pandya, A. Prithvi & R. Raghavan (2013) Multi stakeholder perceptions of efficiency in biodiversity conservation in limited access forests of the Southern Western Ghats, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5 (11): 4529–4536.
  • A Ali, N Dahanukar, A Kanagavel, S Philip & R Raghavan (2013) Records of the endemic and threatened catfish, Hemibagrus punctatus from the Southern Western Ghats with notes on its distribution, ecology and conservation status. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5 (11): 4569–4578.
  • A Kanagavel, R Pandya, S Joseph, R Raghavan & H Newing (2013) Potential for community and conservation reserves in the Western Ghats Hotspot. Asian Journal of Conservation Biology 2(1): 55–62.
  • K Krishnakumar, J Emmanuel, B Pereira, A Kanagavel, A Ali & R Raghavan (2013) New records of the endangered balitorid loach, Travancoria elongata from the Kerala part of Western Ghats. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5 (10): 4504–4509.
  • D Verissimo, A Kanagavel, KS Seshadri & R Raghavan (2013) The tragedy of the nature photography commons. Asian Journal of Conservation Biology 2(1): 1–2.
  • R Raghavan, J Tharian, A Ali, S Jadhav & N Dahanukar (2013) Balitora jalpalli (Teleostei: Cypriniformes: Balitoridae), a new species of stone loach from Southern Western Ghats. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5(5): 3921–3924.
  • R Raghavan, X Zhu, W Lei, D Han, Y Yang & S Xie (2013) Rearing tank colour influences survival and growth of the early larvae of the Chinese Yellow Catfish, Pelteobagrus fulvidraco Richardson. ACTA Hydrobiologica Sinica 37(2): 177–184.
  • PJ Pradeep, TC Srijaya, A Hassan, AC Chatterji, R Raghavan, B Withyachumnarnkul & A Jeffs (2013) Growth performance of triploid Red Tilapia grown under laboratory conditions. Journal of Applied Aquaculture 25: 176–189.
  • A Bijukumar, S. Philip, A. Ali, S. Sushama & R. Raghavan (2013) Fishes of river Bharathapuzha, Kerala, India: diversity, distribution, threats and conservation. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5 (15): 4979–4993.
  • A Ali, N. Dahanukar & R. Raghavan (2013) Length-length and length-weight relationship of three species of snakehead fish, Channa diplogramma, Channa marulius and Channa striata from the riverine reaches of Lake Vembanad, Kerala, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 5 (13): 4769–4773.
  • S Molur & R Raghavan (2014) Prioritizing freshwater fish conservation in Western Ghats Hotspot: Alliance for Zero Extinction (AZE) sites. In: D. Juffe-Bignoli, S. Bhatt, S. Park, S. Eassom, E.M.S. Belle, R. Murti, C. Buyck, A. Raza-Rizvi, M. Rao, E. Lewis, B. MacSharry & N. Kingston (eds). Asia Protected Planet Report 2014. UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge, UK. 67p.
  • U Katwate, F Baby, R Raghavan & N Dahanukar (2014) The identity of Pethia punctata, a senior synonym of P. muvattupuzhaensis (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). Zootaxa 3884 (3): 201–221.
  • N Gupta, R Raghavan, K Sivakumar & VB Mathur (2014) Freshwater fish safe zones: a prospective conservation strategy for river ecosystems in India. Current Science 107(6): 949-950.
  • A Ali, U Katwate, S Philip, KV Dhaneesh, A Bijukumar, R Raghavan & N Dahanukar (2014) Horabagrus melanosoma: a junior synonym of Horabagrus brachysoma (Teleostei: Horabagridae) Zootaxa 3881(4): 373–384.
  • R Raghavan, N Dahanukar, JDM Knight, A Bijukumar, U Katwate, K Krishnakumar, A Ali & S Philip (2014) Predatory journals and Indian ichthyology. Current Science 107: 740–742.
  • U Katwate, M Paingankar, R Raghavan & N Dahanukar (2014) Pethia longicauda, a new species of barb (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from northern Western Ghats, India. Zootaxa 3846(2): 235–248.
  • U Katwate, C Katwate, R Raghavan, M Paingankar & N Dahanukar (2014) Pethia lutea, a new species of barb (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) and new records of P. punctata from northern Western Ghats of India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 6(6): 5797–5818.
  • A Ali, N Dahanukar, S Philip, K Krishnakumar & R Raghavan (2014) Distribution, threats and conservation status of the Wayanad Mahseer, Neolissochilus wynaadensis (Day 1873) (Teleostei: Cyprinidae): an endemic large barb of the Western Ghats, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 6(5): 5686–5699.
  • K Krishnakumar, S Philip & R Raghavan (2014) Establishment of caudal fin cell lines from tropical ornamental fishes Puntius fasciatus and Pristolepis fasciata endemic to the Western Ghats of India – a letter to the Editor. ACTA Tropica 130: 175–176.
  • A Kanagavel, R Raghavan & D Verissimo (2014) ‘Beyond the general public’: implications of audience characteristics for promoting species conservation in the Western Ghats Hotspot, India. Ambio 43(2):138–148.
  • R Britz, F Kakkassery & R Raghavan (2014) Osteology of Kryptoglanis shajii, a stygobitic catfish (Teleostei: Siluriformes) from peninsular India, with diagnosis of a new family Kryptoglanidae. Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 24(3): 193–207.
  • AC Pinder, R Raghavan & RJ Britton (2015) Efficacy of data from sport angler catches as a monitoring and conservation tool for the flagship mahseer fishes (Tor spp.) of Southern India. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 25(6): 829–838.
  • R Raghavan, N Dahanukar & S Molur (2015) Practicality versus idealism for curbing predatory publishing: a reply to Teixeira da Silva. Journal of Threatened Taxa 7(15): 8307–8308.
  • A Bijukumar & R Raghavan (2015) A checklist of fishes of Kerala, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 7(13): 8036–8080.
  • PO Nameer, J Praveen, A Bijukumar, MJ Palot, S Das & R Raghavan (2015) A checklist of the vertebrates of Kerala State, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 7(13): 7961–7970.
  • P Kumkar, A Keskar, M Paingankar, A Ali, R Raghavan & N Dahanukar (2015) Redescription of Nemachilichthys rueppelli, a senior synonym of N. shimogensis (Teleostei: Nemacheilidae) Zootaxa 4059 (3): 555–568.
  • R Raghavan, N Dahanukar & S Molur (2015) Curbing the academic predators: Journal of Threatened Taxa’s policy of citation of publication from predatory journals (Editorial). Journal of Threatened Taxa 7(10):7609–7611.
  • N Gupta, SD Bower, R Raghavan, AJ Danylchuk & SJ Cooke (2015) Status of recreational fisheries in India: development, issues and opportunities. Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture 23 (3): 291–301.
  • U Katwate, R Raghavan & N Dahanukar (2015) The identity of Hamilton’s Ticto Barb, Pethia ticto (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). Zootaxa 3964 (4): 401–418.
  • AC Pinder, R Raghavan & RJ Britton (2015) The legendary humpback mahseer (Tor sp) of India’s River Cauvery: an endemic fish swimming towards extinction. Endangered Species Research 28: 11–17.
  • R Raghavan & N Dahanukar (2015) Taxonomy matters. Current Science 108 (8): 1416–1418.
  • R Raghavan, N Dahanukar, S Philip, P Iyer, B Kumar, BA Daniel & S Molur (2015) Conservation status of freshwater decapod crustaceans in the Western Ghats of India: an exceptional region of freshwater biodiversity. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 25(2): 259–275.
  • N Dahanukar, P Kumkar, U Katwate & R Raghavan (2015) Badis britzi, a new percomorph fish (Teleostei: Badidae) from Western Ghats of India. Zootaxa 3941 (3): 429–436.
  • N Gupta, R Raghavan, K Sivakumar, VB Mathur & A Pinder (2015) Assessing recreational fisheries in an emerging economy: knowledge, perceptions and attitudes of catch-and-release anglers in India. Fisheries Research 165: 79–84.
  • M Piria, R Raghavan & J Freyhof (2015) Editorial: Efforts towards better quality in Croatian Journal of Fisheries. Croatian Journal of Fisheries 73: 1–5.
  • T. Rufus, PS Eldho, A Ali, N Dahanukar & R Raghavan (2015) Length-weight relationship and condition factor of a large predatory catfish, Wallago attu (Schneider 1809) from the Rivers of Central Kerala, India. Journal of Aquatic Biology and Fisheries 3: 68–73.
  • A Kanagavel, S Parvathy, PO Nameer & R Raghavan (2016) Conservation implications of wildlife utilization by indigenous communities in the southern Western Ghats of India. Asia Pacific Journal of Biodiversity 9(3): 271–279.
  • P Kumkar, U Katwate, R Raghavan & N Dahanukar (2016) Balitora chipkali, a new species of stone loach from the northern Western Ghats of India with a note on the distribution of B. laticauda. Zootaxa 4138(1): 155-170.
  • R Raghavan, S Das, PO Nameer, A Bijukumar & N Dahanukar (2016) Protected areas and imperilled freshwater biodiversity in the Western Ghats Hotspot. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26(S1): 78–90.
  • SD Bower, AJ Danylchuk, R Raghavan, S Clark-Danylchuk, AC Pinder & SJ Cooke (2016) Rapid assessment to quantify injury, immediate mortality and the physiological responses of blue-finned mahseer (Tor sp.) to catch-and-release angling on the Cauvery River, India. Fisheries Management and Ecology 23(3-4): 208–217.
  • R Raghavan, S Philip, A Ali, U Katwate & N Dahanukar (2016) Fishery, biology, aquaculture and conservation of the Asian Sun Catfish, Horabagrus brachysoma (Günther). Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 26(2): 169–180.
  • I Priyanka, R Raghavan, N Dahanukar, N Sood & S Molur (2016) All that is green does not conserve: green certification of aquarium fishes in India. Current Science 110: 2054–2056.
  • U Katwate, P Kumkar, S Jadhav, R Raghavan & N Dahanukar (2016) Pethia sanjaymoluri, a new species of barb (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from northern Western Ghats, India. Journal of Fish Biology 88(5): 2027–2050.
  • N Dahanukar, R Raghavan, A Ali & R Britz (2016) Amblyceps accari, a new species of torrent catfish (Teleostei: Amblycipitidae) from the Western Ghats of India. Zootaxa 4109(2): 218–226.
  • N Gupta, S Bower, SJ Cooke, A Danylchuk & R Raghavan (2016) Practices and attitudes of Indian catch-and-release anglers: identifying opportunities for advancing the management of recreational fisheries. Journal of Threatened Taxa 8(4): 8659–8665.
  • N Gupta, A Kanagavel, P Dandekar, N Dahanukar, K Sivakumar, VB Mathur & R Raghavan (2016) Gods fishes: religion, culture and freshwater conservation in India. Oryx 50(2): 244–249.
  • SJ Cooke, ZS Hogan, PA Butcher, MJW Stokesbury, R Raghavan, AJ Gallagher, N Hammerschlag & AJ Danylchuk (2016) Angling for endangered fish: Conservation problem or conservation action?  Fish and Fisheries 17: 249–265.
  • SJ Cooke, VM Nguyen, JM Dettmers, R Arlinghaus, MC Quist, D Tweddle, OLF Weyl, R Raghavan, M Portocarrero-Aya, EA Cordoba & IG Cowx (2016) Sustainable inland fisheries – perspectives from the recreational, commercial, and subsistence sectors from around the globe, pp 467–505. In: G. Closs, M. Krkosek & J. Olden (eds) Conservation of Freshwater Fish. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom.
  • R Britz, EAS Adamson, R Raghavan, A Ali & N Dahanukar (2017) Channa pseudomarulius, a valid species of snakehead from the Western Ghats region of peninsular India (Teleostei: Channidae) with comments on Ophicephalus grandinosus, O. threophrasti and O. leucopunctatus. Zootaxa [In Press]
  • R Raghavan, N Dahanukar & R Britz (2017) The type locality of Tor mosal (Hamilton 1822). Zootaxa [In Press]
  • E Turak, I Harrison, D Dudgeon, R Abell, A Bush, W Darwall, CM Finlayson, S Ferrier, J Freyhof, V Hermoso, D Juffe-Bignoli, S Linke, J Nel, H Patricio, J Pittock, R Raghavan, C Ravenga, JP Simaika & A De Wever (2017) Essential biodiversity variables for measuring change in global freshwater biodiversity. Biological Conservation [In Press]
  • A Keskar, R Raghavan, P Kumkar, A Padhye & N Dahanukar (2017) Assessing the sustainability of subsistence fisheries of small indigenous fish species: fishing mortality and exploitation of hill stream loaches in India. Aquatic Living Resources 30: 000–000 [In Press]
  • SD Bower, R Raghavan, N Mahesh, AJ Danylchuk & SJ Cooke (2017) Inter-sectoral fisheries governance issues and solutions on the Cauvery River, India. pp 000-000 In: A.M. Song, S.D Bower, P. Onyango, SJ Cooke & R. Chuenpagdee (eds). Intersectoral governance of Inland Fisheries. Too Big To Ignore: Global Partnership for Small-Scale Fisheries Research (TBTI) Publication Series, St. John’s, NL, Canada [In Press]
  • A Kanagavel, S Parvathy, N Nirmal, N Divakar & R Raghavan (2017) Do frogs really eat cardamom? Understanding the myth of crop damage by amphibians in the Western Ghats of India. Ambio [In Press]
  • SE Walton, HM Gan, R Raghavan, AC Pinder & A Ahmad (2017) Disentangling the taxonomy of mahseers (Tor spp.) of Malaysia: an integrated approach using morphology, genetics and historical records. Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture 25: 171–183.
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