Shoal conservation interviews Rajeev Raghavan

Shoal Conservation, a brand new international partnership aimed at engaging a wide range of organisations to accelerate and escalate action to save the most threatened fish and other freshwater species carried out an exclusive interview with Dr. Rajeev Raghavan, which was featured on their website and recent newsletter. read more →

First record of the Javanese Rice fish in natural waters of southern India

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan co-authored a paper on the first record of the Javanese rice fish in natural waters of southern India, with colleagues from Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture (Chennai). read more →

Editorial Board of AQC

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan has been invited to serve on the Editorial Board of ‘Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems’ (John Wiley and Sons), a leading journal in the area of conservation biology with an Impact Factor of 2.9. read more →

Jurassic invaders!

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan co-authored a paper in Current Science on the occurrence and potential impacts of exotic mega-fish in the natural waters of Kerala read more →

The enigmatic Gollum Snakehead

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan and PhD student, VK Anoop were involved in an international project that led to the description of the gollum snakehead, Aenigmachanna gollum, a bizarre subterranean species of snakehead fish from the aquifers of Kerala. read more →

SHOAL Project Mahseer Kick-off Meeting

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan participated in the kick-off meeting of the SHOAL (a new international initiative to conserve freshwater biodiversity) Project Mahseer at WWF, New Delhi read more →

Global Review on Mahseers

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan and PhD student Unmesh Katwate contributed to the most comprehensive review published on mahseer fishes of the world in ‘Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries’ read more →

Unmesh at the Natural History Museum

Unmesh is almost wrapping up his month-long visit to the Natural History Museum where he worked on South Asian freshwater fish specimens, many of which were collected during the 1800s. read more →

Arya at the Natural History Museum

PhD student Arya Sidharthan visited the Fish Section of the Natural History Museum, London to examine balitorid loach collections from India. Her visit was part of an extended stay in the UK in connection with the SCCS 2019 Cambridge events. read more →