Threatened fishes of the world: Hemigrammocapoeta kemali Hankó, 1924 (Cyprinidae)

@article{Gaygusuz2008ThreatenedFO,
  title={Threatened fishes of the world: Hemigrammocapoeta kemali Hank{\'o}, 1924 (Cyprinidae)},
  author={{\"O}zcan Gaygusuz and D. Akdemir and A. Tarkan and Hasan Acipinar},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2008},
  volume={84},
  pages={339-340}
}
Common name: Cuce Siraz (Tr). Conservation status:Critically endangered CR B1ab (iii) (Crivelli 2006).Identification: DIII7–8, A II 5–6, P I 13, V I 7, Ll.scales 7–11, gill-rakers 13 –16, pharyngeal teeth 3.3.5–5.3.3, total vertebrae 30–31 (Geldiay and Balik 1996;Kucuk and Ikiz 2004). Body moderately deep (3.5–4.5in SL). Length 6–7cm(Balik 1995). Distribution: H.kemali is currently known only from Eregli marsh(southern Anatolia). The total marsh area is less than100 km 

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