original description (ofAlburnus maculatus Kessler, ) Kessler, K.T. (). Über die nordwestlichen Küsten des schwarzen Meeres und. Taxonomic Notes: Previously Alburnoides rossicus was a subspecies of Alburnoides bipunctatus but it was raised to species level by Bogutskaya and Coad. Microhabitat use in the endangered cyprinid species spirlin Alburnoides bipunctatus and accompanying species was examined in three water.
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Aspius bipunctatus Bloch, Alburnus bipunctatus ohridanus Karaman, Alburnoides bipunctatus ohridanus Karaman, Handbook of European freshwater fishes. Short description Morphology Morphometrics Dorsal spines total: Alburnoides bipunctatus rossicus Berg, Low to moderate vulnerability 33 of Leuciscus bipunctatus Bloch, Alburnoides bipunctatus smyrnaea Pellegrin, Locally threatened by stream regulation, trout stocking and pollution.
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Diagnosed from its congeners in Europe by following characters: Alburnus bipunctatus eichwaldi De Filippi, Cyprinus annoni Walbaum, Spawn in small groups and lay eggs deep into gravel with swift current. Alburnus maculatus Kessler, synonym. Alburnoides bipunctatus tzanevi Chichkoff, synonym. Alburnoides bipunctatus rossicus natio kubanicus Berg, synonym. Medium, minimum population doubling time 1.
Cyprinus blockii Nau, synonym. Cyprinus bipunctatus Bloch, basionym.
WoRMS – World Register of Marine Species – Alburnoides bipunctatus (Bloch, )
Estimates of some properties based on models Phylogenetic diversity index Ref. Alburnus bipunctatus Bloch, Alburnus bipunctatus prespensis Karaman, Spirlinus bipunctatus Bloch, This map was computer-generated and has not yet been reviewed. Entered by Luna, Susan Bipunchatus.
All age classes occur in open water of streams and small rivers Ref. Collaborators Pictures Stamps, Coins Misc.
Connect with us ‘. Issue Alburnoides rossicus Berg, and Alburnus maculatus Kessler, are valid species according to Bogutskaya and Coad Loire drainage in France eastward, in nearly all rivers draining to southern Baltic, North, Black and Azov Seas; Caspian basin, in upper Volga and from Kura drainage southward to Iranian tributaries of Caspian; widespread in Iran.
Alburnoides bipunctatus armeniensis Dadikyan, Alburnoides bipunctatus strymonicus Chichkoff, Cyprinus riemling Hermann, Caudal fin with 19 rays Ref. Spawns in small groups and deposit eggs deep into gravel Ref.
Inhabit streams and rivers in foothills with well oxygenated, fast-flowing water.