In an era marked by growing environmental
challenges, the introduction of mosquito fish (Gambusia
affinis) into aquatic ecosystems has emerged as a potent
solution for the control of disease-spreading mosquitoes.
This research journal article presents a comprehensive
study conducted in Tekrial Lake, located in the
Kamareddy district, to unravel the electrifying potential
and multifaceted impact of Gambusia fish.
The investigation delves into the diverse facets of
Gambusia fish, including its ecological characteristics
and adaptation to Tekrial Lake's unique environment.
We explore the intricate process of transporting
Gambusia fish to ponds and lakes, highlighting essential
precautions to ensure their well-being during transit.
Central to this research is the role of Gambusia fish
in mosquito control, elucidating their impact on
mosquito populations within lakes and ponds. We delve
into the intricate interplay between Gambusia fish and
environmental factors, shedding light on their influence
on the aquatic ecosystem's equilibrium. Our research
demonstrates how Gambusia fish can serve as a potent
tool in controlling this menace, thus ensuring the
ecological sustainability of aquatic environments.
This research article stands as a testament to the
electrifying potential of Gambusia fish in shaping and
revitalizing aquatic ecosystems. The findings herein
provide valuable insights for policymakers,
environmentalists, and researchers alike, offering a path
towards harnessing nature's solution to combat
mosquito-borne diseases while maintaining ecological
Keywords : Gambusia ,Mosquito Fish ,Tekrial Lake, Gambusia Affinis, Larviciding, Adulticiding, Gambusia Holbrooki, Poecilia.