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Additional Information Encyclopedia of Life. Kingdom Animalia animals. Animalia: information 1 Animalia: pictures Animalia: specimens Animalia: sounds Animalia: maps Eumetazoa metazoans.
Eumetazoa: pictures Eumetazoa: specimens Eumetazoa: sounds Eumetazoa: maps Bilateria bilaterally symmetrical animals.
Bilateria: pictures Bilateria: specimens Bilateria: sounds Bilateria: maps Deuterostomia deuterostomes. Deuterostomia: pictures Deuterostomia: specimens Deuterostomia: sounds Phylum Chordata chordates. Chordata: information 1 Chordata: pictures Chordata: specimens Chordata: sounds Craniata craniates.
Craniata: pictures Craniata: specimens Craniata: sounds Subphylum Vertebrata vertebrates. Vertebrata: information 1 Vertebrata: pictures Vertebrata: specimens Vertebrata: sounds Superclass Gnathostomata jawed vertebrates. Gnathostomata: pictures Gnathostomata: specimens Gnathostomata: sounds Euteleostomi bony vertebrates. Euteleostomi: pictures Euteleostomi: specimens Euteleostomi: sounds Class Actinopterygii ray-finned fishes. Actinopterygii: information 1 Actinopterygii: pictures Actinopterygii: specimens Order Cypriniformes.
Cypriniformes: pictures Family Cyprinidae Minnows or carps. Cyprinidae: pictures Genus Alburnoides. Species Alburnoides bipunctatus Chub. Read more Connect with us Help us improve the site by taking our survey. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Classification Kingdom Animalia animals Animalia: information 1 Animalia: pictures Animalia: specimens Animalia: sounds Animalia: maps The ADW Team gratefully acknowledges their support.
Alburnoides bipunctatus (Bloch, 1782)
The webpage text is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4. Toggle navigation. WoRMS taxon details. Alburnoides bipunctatus Bloch, Alburnoides Jeitteles,
EPPO Global Database
Specimens were collected from four sampling stations along the putative mesohabitatgradient of river influence and were grouped into the categories with similar total length. Morphometric charactersvaried immensely between different mesohabitats outlining morphometric plasticity. Among severalmorphometry features that were influenced by different mesohabitats the most observable differences werenoted for: postocular distance, anal fin height, minimal body height and preanal length. Regarding themeristic features, number of soft rays in the anal fin did varied significantly among sampling stations while fourthhard ray in the anal fin for this species was reported for the first time ever. Pharyngeal teeth formula of spirlin alsoshowed variability across different mesohabitats.
Despite the Creative Commons license, please inform the author of the use which will be made of his photo. Corresponds to a report on the basis of at least one observation proved within a period of 10 years 20 years for little-known invertebrates preceding the year and no presumption of extinction since obtaining the last data nor doubt on reproductive and implemented nature of this population. For migratory species, the presence indicated concerns areas of reproduction. This status is based on one or more of the following criteria: search of species incomplete but presence of supportive environments; ecology of the species consistent with the hypothesis of his presence; the last reliable sighting is older than 10 years compared to the reference date, no recent specific research and no presumption of extinction from that date [vertebrates, invertebrates and plants well studied rhopalocera, grasshoppers, dragonflies This point covers the absence, more difficult by nature to demonstrate than presence. This status is based on one or more of the following criteria: intensive but unsuccessful targeted research; lack of adequate environments; unobserved species while its presence is easily detected; unlikely presence for historical or biogeographical reasons.