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This study was conducted in Joloi river (Barito sub-watershed) in province of Central Kalimantan. The aims of study are to know fish diversity, abundance, local distribution, species status, and its potency. The results were recorded 26 species from 15 genus, the range of abundance between 1-29,83; local distribution between 0,69-9,66%, 5 endemic species, 1 new record, most have potency as fish consume. The tambra fish require to be studied furthermore.
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