Investigation of Different Varieties of Zooplankton in Keenjhar Lake of District Thatta

  • KHALID HUSSAIN LASHARI
  • ZAMEER ALI PALH
  • SHAHARYAR BROHI
  • SUJO MEGHWAR
  • AFTAB KHAND
  • SHAHID ALI SHAIKH
  • MUHAMMAD KHALID SHAIKH
  • JAVED ALI SOOMRO
  • RAZIA SUHAG
  • SIRAJ AHMED BROHI
Keywords: Zooplankton, Keenjhar lake, Rotifera , Cladocera , Copepoda

Abstract

Zooplankton is a global organism that may be found in all freshwater tropical wetlands. The current study looks at the monthly variations in the diversity and thickness of Zooplankton in Keenjhar Lake. The work was completed over the course of a year, from January 2019 to December 2019. Zooplankton population status in Keenjhar Lake included 40 taxa divided addicted to 03 primary collections. It is divided into three main groups: Rotifera, Cladocera, and Copepoda A 53 percent Rotifera, 25 percent Cladocera, and 22 percent Copepoda zooplankton sample was collected. Rotifera dominated in terms of diversity and population density among the zooplankton species examined.

Published
2021-09-30