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cyprinids

a group of soft-finned, freshwater fish (Cyprinidae) including the carps, which is widespread in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.
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2015: Seasonal diet shifts and trophic position of an invasive cyprinid, the rudd Scardinius erythrophthalmus (Linnaeus, 1758), in upper Niagara River.
Bothriocephalus acheilognathi (Figure 1) was first described by Yamaguti (1934) from cyprinids in Japan 142.
In the field, morphological differences among individuals of the same or similar cyprinid species have been linked to specific macro and micro habitats (i.e., flow regime) and are often discussed in relation to swimming abilities or selection.
(16.) Chapman LJ, Anciani CAL, Chapman CA (2000) Ecology of a diplozoon parasite on the gills of the African cyprinid Barbus neumayeri.
The 2015 recipient was "Conservation genetics of the cyprinid fishes in the upper Nueces River basin in central Texas," The Southwestern Naturalist 59(1):1-8, by E.
Tefera, "High morphological diversity of the genus Garra in the Sore River (the White Nile Basin, Ethiopia): one more cyprinid species flock?" Journal of Ichthyology, vol.
Population structures and some growth properties of three cyprinid species [Squalius cephalus (Linnaeus, 1758); Tinca tinca (Linnaeus, 1758) and Alburnus escherichii (Steindachner, 1897)] living in Camkoru Pond (Ankara-Turkey).
A smaller number of predatory fish has weakened the stability of the entire fish population, and as a result (in addition to eutrophication), stocks of cyprinid fish have grown significantly.
Channel Shiners still represented <1% of the total catch of small-bodied cyprinid shiners (Emerald and Red Shiners, Notropis atherinoides and Cyprinella lutrensis, composed 96.0% ([+ or -] 0.9%) of the total small-bodied cyprinids collected).