To adapt to changeable environments, fish modify their morphology and physiology, and the phenotypic plasticity results in morphological divergence which may, in some instances, be involved in response to different environmental conditions.
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Five Threadlike Rays of Indian Threadfin The easiest way to tell an Indian threadfin is the count the threadlike rays which are found just under the pectoral fins.
Vomer with 2 deciduous tooth plates.
In terms of size, the smaller ones tend to be purplish blue and weigh in around 1 to 4 kgs.
Threadfins generally occur on sandy and muddy bottoms in depths less than 150 meters.