The common European carp or (Cyprinus carpio) It is a freshwater fish, related to goldfish, with which it can even have hybrid offspring. It has been introduced on every continent except Antarctica.
It is native to bodies of stagnant or slow waters in temperate regions of Europe and Asia. It is a ubiquitous Animal, easy to grow and has the characteristic of being ectotermo and eurythermal. It is a very hardy animal, able to live in brackish water with a temperature between 17 Y 24 °C. In many places has been introduced is considered a threat to the ecosystem because of its predilection for the plant shallow substrate funds, which serves as food for many animal species.
There xantocrómicas varieties developed in China as ornamental, calls 鯉魚, lĭ yú, and then spread in Japan as koi (carp, A?), possessing a remarkable colorful. Koi originated in China but were known to the Western world through Japan.
In various parts of Europe common carp is very popular in fishing and there are specific baits to catch. In the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Croatia carp is a traditional dish of Christmas Eve
Their diet consists mainly of aquatic plants but can also eat arthropods, zooplankton or even dead fish if the occasion arises.
Common carp can measure 1,2 m long and up 40 Kg, although usually it measured in adult stage of 60-90 cm, and its weight is around 9 Kg. Nothing forming shoals; is omnivorous, and resistant to a variety of weather conditions. There have been cases of specimens that have come to live 65 years. Wild specimens are smaller and flattened that domestic.
It has a serrated backbone feature and scales are long and thin. Males have longer ventral fin than females. Color and size is highly variable, especially in domestic copies. Three subspecies have been described based on patterns that follow the scales[citation]:
C. carpio communis (scaly carp): The scales are concentric regular.
C. carpio specularis (mirror carp): The scales form a row on both sides. The rest of the body is naked.
C. carpio coiaceus (leather carp): Few or no flake back skin and fine.
The tents usually move in small groups around 5 individuals. The breeding season begins in spring and ends in early summer. They prefer shallow waters with dense vegetation cover. Females deposit eggs in the brush and the male fertilizes externally. The eggs are fixed to the substrate until they hatch. It is estimated that a female can lay up to a million eggs, although the average for an adult female is in 300.000 eggs.
The time it takes to hatch is related to water temperature. With a good incubation (water 30 °C) born three days. Hatchlings are no more than 6 mm y a los 8 mm and it has completely disappeared yolk. Males usually reach sexual maturity earlier than females, although for both sexes round by 4 years.
Los koi (コ イ Japanese Koi, “tent”, homonym which also means “love” O “affection”) are domestic ornamental varieties of the common carp. It is believed to originate in East Asia, from the Aral Sea to the Caspian Sea. The cultivation of ornamental carp flourished in China during the Qing Dynasty and Japan with Yayoi Era. Koi are believed to bring good luck. Like the wild carp, koi are very hardy fish.
In the fourth century D.C. and colorful tents mentioned in Chinese and Korean books. However it was not until the nineteenth century when it begins to popularize significantly in the Niigata prefecture of Japan. Rice farmers and common carp bred for food. They realized that there were tents brighter color than usual, which it made them more vulnerable to predators. The was raised and crossed to form well-defined patterns of colors.
The hobby is not spread throughout Japan to 1914, when they were exhibited at the annual exhibition of Tokyo. The breeding of ornamental carp worldwide popularized, It is carried from Asia to other countries. Thanks to the emergence of the plastic bag, during transport by boat only deaths occurred, a fact which encouraged the expansion of kois. Today fish are typical pet shops, and specialized breeders have come to bring copies valued at 100.000 euros.
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