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First Record Of The Giant Pangasius, Pangasius Sanitwongsei (Actinopterygii: Siluriformes: Pangasiidae), From Central Anatolia, Turkey
(Wydawnictwo Akad Rolniczej W Szczecinie, 2018)
Occurrence of ornamental freshwater fishes in aquatic environments has been increasing in recent years. In this study, we reported incidental wild-caught adult specimens of giant catfish, Pangasius sanitwongsei Smith, 1931, ...
Life-History Traits of the Invasive Population of Prussian Carp, Carassius Gibelio (Actinopterigi: Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae), from Gelingullu Reservoir, Yozgat, Turkey
(Wydawnictwo Akad Rolniczej W Szczecinie, 2013)
Kirankaya S.G., Ekmekci F.G. 2013. Life-history traits of the invasive population of Prussian carp, Carassius gibelio (Actinopterigi: Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae), from Gelingullu Reservoir, Yozgat, Turkey. Acta Ichthyol. ...
A Review of Capoeta Tinca, with Descriptions of Two New Species from Turkey (Teleostei : Cyprinidae)
(Museum Histoire Naturelle, 2006)
Fishes previously referred to Capoeta tinca in Turkey and Georgia belong to three species: C tinca in rivers draining to the Marmara Sea, C baliki, new species, in rivers draining to the Southwestern Black Sea, and C ...
Tackling Invasive Alien Species in Europe II: Threats and Opportunities Until 2020
(Regional Euro-Asian Biological Invasions Centre-Reabic, 2017)
Invasive alien species (IAS) are a significant and growing problem worldwide. In Europe, some aspects of IAS have been addressed through existing legal instruments, but these are far from sufficient to tackle the problem ...
Introduction and Establishment of Tropical Ornamental Fish, Pterygoplichthys Spp. (Actinopterygii: Siluriformes: Loricariidae) in Hot Springs: Aquarium Trade as a Potential Risk for Biodiversity in Turkey
(Wydawnictwo Akad Rolniczej W Szczecinie, 2016)
The aim of this study was to report non-native tropical ornamental freshwater fish species from the Pinarbasi Stream connected with hot-water sources in the Inonu Province (Eskisehir, Turkey). The morphological characters ...