2000 – 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.


  • 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.


  • 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


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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


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


  • R Raghavan (2000) Global Aquaculture Scenario. Seafood Export Journal XXXI (8): 25–29