An updated checklist of the marine fishes of Turkey

@article{Bilecenolu2014AnUC,
  title={An updated checklist of the marine fishes of Turkey},
  author={M. Bilecenoğlu and M. Kaya and B. Cihangir and E. Çiçek},
  journal={Turkish Journal of Zoology},
  year={2014},
  volume={38},
  pages={901-929}
}
The current status of marine fishes distributed along the Turkish coasts is reviewed and an updated checklist including 512 species is presented. In this study, 5 species are recorded for the first time from Turkey (Lepidion lepidion (Risso, 1810); Bathophilus nigerrimus Giglioli, 1882; Gonostoma denudatum Rafinesque, 1810; Solea aegyptiaca Chabanaud, 1927; and Gobius roulei de Buen, 1928), while 7 species are new to the Turkish Aegean Sea coast (Notacanthus bonaparte Risso, 1840; Nettastoma… Expand

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