Two new species of chondrostoma agassiz, 1832 (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from the Ceyhan, Seyhan and Goksu rivers in the east mediterranean region of Turkey
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CitationKüçük, F., Turan, D., Güçlü, S.S., Mutlu, A.G. & Çiftçi, Y. (2017). Two New Species of Chondrostoma Agassiz, 1832 (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from the Ceyhan, Seyhan and Goksu Rivers in the East Mediterranean Region of Turkey. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 17(4), 795-803. https://doi.org/10.4194/1303-2712-v17_4_15
Chondrostoma toros sp.n. was described from the Goksu River. It was distinguished by a slightly arched lower jaw with a well-developed keratinized edge; a slightly developed keel in front of the dorsal-fm origin; lateral line with 56-64+1-3 scales; and 25-30 gill-rakers on outer side of first gill arch. Chondrostoma ceyhanensis sp.n. was described from Ceyhan, Seyhan and Berdan rivers. It was distinguished by its arched lower jaw with a slightly developed keratinized edge; a slightly developed keel between pelvic-fin and anus; lateral line with 59-66+1-3 scales; and 24-29 short gill-rakers on outer side of first gill arch.