Alburnoides


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Alburnoides

 

a genus offish of the carp family. Length, 8-14 cm. The spine is dark, and the sides and belly of the fish are silvery. The scales are of average size. There are four species, found in the fresh-water reservoirs of Europe and Southwest and Middle Asia. There are three species in the USSR. They feed on aerial and water insects, as well as on zooplankton. They spawn from May to June. They have no commercial significance.

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2001) Response of antioxidant enzymes in freshwater fish populations (Leuciscus alburnoides complex) to inorganic pollutants exposure.
The fish were discovered in the Euphrates River and named Alburnoides Emineae, Alburnoides Velioglui and Alburnoides Recepi.
Destaca ademas por la presencia de importantes poblaciones de peces como Barbus comiza, Chondostroma polylepis, Rutilus alburnoides, Rutilus lemmingii y Cobitis taenia.
ICN-MHN-4259 Brycon falcatus Muller & Troschel, 1844 ICN-MHN-4260 Brycon melanopterus (Cope, 1872) ICN-MHN-4261 Brycon opalinus (Cuvier, 1819) ICN-MHN-4262 Bryconops alburnoides Kn6r, 1858 ICN-MHN-4263 Bryconops cf.
An example of a successful unisexual vertebrate is Rutilus alburnoides, a cyprinid fish found in most major basins of the Iberian Peninsula of southwestern Europe [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
alburnoides suggested that the entire complex of diploids, triploids, and tetraploids originated by hybridization (Alves et al.
alburnoides representing different ploidy levels and drainage basins from throughout the distribution of the unisexual complex to examine hypotheses regarding the origin and maternal ancestry of this complex.
alburnoides were searched with MacDNASIS for restriction endonucleases that detected variable sites within the cyt b gene.
alburnoides exhibited different haplotypes, differing by two to 29 substitutions (Table 1).
Seasonal variations in hematological parameters of Alburnoides eichwaldii in Zaringol Stream-Golestan Province, Iran.
Alburnoides bipunctatus, Alburnus filippi, Aphanius vladykovi, Barbus lacerta, Barbus barbus, Capoeta aculeata.
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