Addis Ababa was added for comparison. For instance, Amhara men represent the highest proportion Nearly two-thirds of Amhara males are illiterate and less than a third have attended a primary school. Percentage of men in the Amhara region and in Addis Ababa by Educational attainment.
Tinca tinca Background Tench is an invasive fish native to Europe and western Asia. It was introduced across the United States in the late 19thcentury for use as a food and sport fish. Tench were brought to a Quebec fish farm illegally in and escaped into the Richelieu River, a tributary of the St.
The fish could enter Ontario waters if it spreads to the St.
Lawrence, or it could spread from the Mississippi River watershed through the Great Lakes. It could also be mistaken for some baitfish species and brought to Ontario as live bait. Tench prefer lakes and slow-moving waterways with abundant vegetation and muddy bottoms. A bottom-feeding fish, it eats shellfish such as snails, and insect larvae.
Range Tench are not yet known to be in Ontario.
It is well established in the United States, particularly in the Mississippi River watershed. Tench compete with native minnows, bullheads and suckers for food and eat large quantities of snails and insect larvae. By feeding heavily on snails, which graze on algae, tench may contribute to algal blooms.
Aggressive feeding by tench stirs up sediments, leading to cloudy water.
How to Identify Tench Tench are usually 20 to 25 centimetres long, with a deep, but thin, body. The body is dark olive to pale golden tan above, with a white to bronze belly and a bright reddish-orange eye.
Fins are dark and rounded, with no spines. Scales are small and embedded in thick skin. The tench resembles other native and introduced members of the minnow family, but only the tench has a deep body with small scales, and a single whisker barbel at each corner of the mouth.
What You Can Do Learn how to identify tench and how to prevent the spread of this unwanted species. Never buy or use tench as bait. It is against the law to use tench as bait.
Return or donate unwanted aquarium fish to a pet store or local school.These include the fCUBE programme, education strategic plan, the capitation grant; which makes basic school free from any form of school fees and the NEPAD School Feeding Programme (SFP) (ESP, ).
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