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Fish Fauna of Çoruh River and Two First Record for Turkey
Fish fauna in the Coruh River was studied and four species were recorded for the first time for this river and two were new for Turkish ichtyofauna. Expand
Review of the genus Cobitis in the Middle East, with the description of eight new species (Teleostei: Cobitidae).
The diversity of Cobitis in the Middle East is reviewed, resulting in the recognition of 30 species, of which eight are described herein as new, and a practitioner-oriented diagnostic species concept is followed, in which species only if differentiated morphologically (including by colour pattern). Expand
Squalius semae, a new species of chub from the Euphrates River, Eastern Anatolia (Teleostei: Cyprinidae)
In a study of the fishes of the Euphrates River (Persian Gulf basin) three species of Squalius belonging to the cephalus-group were found: The Tohma population was identified as S. seyhanensis and… Expand
Alburnoides diclensis (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae), a new species of cyprinid fish from the upper Tigris River, Turkey.
Alburnoides diclensis sp. n. is described from the Tigris River drainages (Persian Gulf basin) in southeastern Anatolia, Turkey. It is distinguished by a combination of the following characters (none… Expand
Phylogeny and phylogeography of the genus Alburnoides (Teleostei, Cyprinidae) in Turkey based on mitochondrial DNA sequences
- Y. Bektaş, Ismail Aksu, +4 authors D. Turan
- Biology, Medicine
- Mitochondrial DNA. Part A, DNA mapping…
- 11 September 2019
Application of a molecular clock to a Bayesian phylogeny indicates that Alburnoides diversified under the paleogeographic conditions such as tectonic uplift and faulting Miocene aged as well as climatic oscillation and sea-level fluctuations during late Miocene-middle Pleistocene. Expand
Three new species of Alburnoides from the southern Black Sea basin (Teleostei: Cyprinidae).
Two new Alburnoides species are described from the southern Black Sea basin and one from the Yeşilırmak drainage. Expand
Generic assignment of Leuciscus kurui Bogutskaya from the upper Tigris drainage, and a replacement name for Alburnus kurui Mangit Yerli (Teleostei: Leuciscidae).
The generic position of Leuciscus kurui Bogutskaya, 1995 is reviewed through a comparison of morphological and molecular characters and the treatment of several species of Alburnus in synonymy of A. mento is discussed. Expand
Redescription of Alburnus kotschyi Steindachner, 1863, with comments on Alburnus sellal adanensis Battalgazi, 1944 (Teleostei: Leuciscidae).
Alburnus kotschyi is re-described and a neotype is designated, and Alburnus adanensis, from the Seyhan River, seems not to have been found again since its first description in 1944 and might be extinct. Expand
Oxynoemacheilus cemali, a new species of stone loach (Teleostei: Nemacheilidae) from the Çoruh River drainage, Turkey.
- D. Turan, C. Kaya, G. Kalayci, Esra Bayçelebi, Ismail Aksu
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of fish biology
- 5 February 2019
Oxynoemacheilus cemali sp. nov. is described from the Çoruh River drainage in the eastern Black Sea basin. One molecular marker (coI), 25 morphometric and four meristic characters were analysed.… Expand
Description of a new species of Hemigrammocapoeta (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from Lake Işıklı, Turkey.
Hemigrammocapoeta menderesensis is distinguished from all other species of Hemigrammy in Anatolia by the following combination of characters: lateral line incomplete, lips developed and somewhat fleshy, upper lip not covering nostril gape. Expand