Dubisch pond
a pond specially designed for spawning carp, which favour vegetation for egg deposition. Grass is grown to a height of about 40 cm on the pond bottom before water is added to the tip of the grass, and the spawning fish are introduced. A deep trench around the pond is where parental fish are kept

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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