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W. Van Neer, R. Wildekamp, F. Küçük and M. Ünlüsayin (1999)

First inland records of the euryhaline goby Knipowitschia caucasica from lakes in Anatolia, Turkey

Journal of Fish Biology, 54:1334-1337.

Knipowitschia caucasica, a euryhaline Ponto–Caspian–Aegean gobiid fish, is recorded for the first time from Lakes Egirdir, Eber and Demirköprü (Anatolia). Its presence in these lakes is probably due to involuntary introduction with common carp from hatcheries in the Edirne–Ipsala region, Thrace, the European part of Turkey.
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