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Anabarilius

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Kingdom  Animalia
Scientific name  Anabarilius
Higher classification  Cyprinidae
Order  Cypriniformes
Family  Cyprinidae
Phylum  Chordata
Rank  Genus
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Similar  Cyprinidae, Anabarilius macrolepis, Cypriniformes

Anabarilius is a genus of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family, most of them only occurring in China. Many of the species have very restricted geographic range and have been negatively impacted by introduced species, fishing, and habitat degradation; the IUCN Red List includes five Anabarilius species that are either endangered or critically endangered and one species (A. macrolepis) that is considered extinct.

Species

The genus contains the following species:

  • Anabarilius alburnops (Regan, 1914)
  • Anabarilius andersoni (Regan, 1904)
  • Anabarilius brevianalis W. Zhou & G. H. Cui, 1992
  • Anabarilius duoyiheensis W. X. Li, W. N. Mao & Zong-Min Lu, 2002
  • Anabarilius goldenlineus W. X. Li & A. L. Chen, 1995
  • Anabarilius grahami (Regan, 1908)
  • Anabarilius liui (H. W. Chang, 1944)
  • Anabarilius liui chenghaiensis J. C. He, 1984
  • Anabarilius liui liui (H. W. Chang, 1944)
  • Anabarilius liui yalongensis Cao Li & Z. M. Chen, 2003
  • Anabarilius liui yiliangensis J. C. He & Z. H. Liu, 1983
  • Anabarilius longicaudatus Y. R. Chen, 1986
  • Anabarilius macrolepis P. L. Yih & C. K. Wu, 1964
  • Anabarilius maculatus Y. R. Chen & X. L. Chu, 1980
  • Anabarilius paucirastellus P. Q. Yue & J. C. He, 1988
  • Anabarilius polylepis (Regan, 1904)
  • Anabarilius qiluensis Y. R. Chen & X. L. Chu, 1980
  • Anabarilius qionghaiensis Y. R. Chen, 1986
  • Anabarilius songmingensis Y. R. Chen & X. L. Chu, 1980
  • Anabarilius transmontanus (Nichols, 1925)
  • Anabarilius xundianensis J. C. He, 1984
  • Anabarilius yangzonensis Y. R. Chen & X. L. Chu, 1980
  • References

    Anabarilius Wikipedia


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