Rajendra Prasad Singha*&Umapati Sahayb
aDepartment of Zoology, Marwari College, Ranchi-834001
bRetd. Professor & Head, University Department of Zoology, Dean, Faculty of Science,
Ranchi University, Ranchi – 834001, India
Abstract : The incidence, intensity, density, dominance % and index of infection of Lytocestus indicus are generally high during May – June whereas high intensity in July in both male and female fishes. The authors have new interpretation as to why the above parameters show peak in May/June/July.