Astragalus Breeding Technology Collection (1)

----Summary of Huang Qi

Monopteras albus (commonly known as Monopteras albus) are commonly known as squid, long fish, raccoon, field owl, and princess. Tropical freshwater benthic life fish. In terms of taxonomy, it belongs to the class of fish, subclass of radial fins, coeloptera, cockroaches and subfamily. Round, slender, serpentine. Tail fine. Round head, well-developed lips, fine teeth on upper and lower jaws. The eyes are small and covered with a film. The left and right bores are connected in the ventral surface. Body without scales. Few fins, odd fins degenerate leaving only invisible skinfolds.

Astragalus is a benthic habitat, often inhabiting rivers, lakes, ditches, ponds, and paddy fields, burrowing, lurking in caves during the day, and eating at night for food. Can absorb the air, use the oral cavity and the wall of the larynx to assist in breathing, can adapt to the lack of oxygen in the water, and not easy to die from the water.

The characteristics of sexual reversal of the yellow eel are female before one-time maturation. After spawning, the ovary morphs into a testis. The smallest individual for female sexual maturity is about 340 mm long. Spawning in caves, broodstock has the habit of protecting eggs. Up to 3 Jin. Widely distributed, with high yield, delicious meat and special flavor, it is well received by the masses. Astragalus is widely distributed in lakes, rivers, reservoirs, ponds, ditches and other water bodies throughout the country. In addition to the Northwest Plateau, there are records in all regions, especially the Pearl River Valley and the Yangtze River Valley, which is also a region rich in yellow peony. Huang Yu is mainly distributed abroad in Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and other places, and India, Japan, and North Korea also produce jaundice.