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La lamprehuela, Cobitis calderoni  (Bacescu, 1962)


Nomi comuni esteri - Spagnolo - Lamprehuela, Llopet ibèric, Mazkar arantzaduna. Portoghese - Verdemá-do-Norte. Repubblica Ceca - Sekavec Calderonuv.

 

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Cobitis calderoni Bacescu 1962: "Contribution à la systématique du genre "Cobitis". Description d'une espèce nouvelle, "Cobitis calderoni", provenant de l'Espagne." Rev. Biol. Bucarest v. 6 (n° 4) [1961] 440 Fig. 3 A-C, Pls. 1(2-3), 2 (6-8). Sinonimo senior, combinazione originale, nomenclatura ICZN valida. Opinioni - Sinonimo di Cobitis taenia Linnaeus 1758, ma valida sottospecie, secondo Lelek 1987:247. Nomenclatura valida come Cobitis calderoni Bacescu 1962, secondo Kottelat 1997:87, Leunda et al. 29210:13, Kottelat & Freyhof 2007:306. Località tipo: Río Arlanzón, tributario del fiume Duero, a Cardena - Jimeno e "La Gravera", Spagna. Tipo: olotipo conservato al Museui de Istorie Naturala "Gr. Antipa", Bucarest, Romania, MGAB 49415 [ex MGAB 7]. Paratipi: MGAB 7 (59, assieme all'olotipo), MOM 0091-2512 (3), altro materiale, proveniente dal fiume Toja, è conservato al Natural History Museum (formalmente British Museum, Natural History), Londra, U.K., BMNH 1964.12.23.1-2 (2).

Note sulla sistematica - Vasiljeva (Vasiljeva et al., 1992), sostiene che questa specie non debba essere collocata nel genere Cobitis ma, probabilmente, in un altro genere strettamente collegato a Cobitis.

Fonti bibliografiche principali - I. Doadrio, Atlas y Libro Rojo de los Peces Continentales de España, ed. I. Doadrio, Madrid 2002.

 

Distribuzione di Cobitis calderoni secondo IUCN

 

Specie endemica della Penisola Iberica, diffusa nei bacini dei fiumi Ebro, Duero ed in alcune località del fiume Tago.

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Anon., 1999 Fish collection database of the Natural History Museum, London (formerly British Museum of Natural History (BMNH)). Natural History Museum, London (formerly British Museum of Natural History (BMNH)).

Anon., 2000 The icthyological collection of the Zoological Museum Hamburg (ZMH). Division of Icthyology and Herpetology, Zoological Museum Hamburg (ZMH).

Anon., 2001 Fish collection database of the National Museum of Natural History (Smithsonian Institution). Smithsonian Institution - Division of Fishes.

Anon., 2001 Fish collection database of the Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen. Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen.

Baillie, J. and B. Groombridge (eds.), 1996 1996 IUCN red list of threatened animals. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. 378 p.

Crivelli, A.J., 1996 The freshwater fish endemic to the Mediterranean region. An action plan for their conservation. Tour du Valat Publication, 171 p.

Elvira, B. 1995. Conservation status of endemic freshwater fish in Spain. Biological Conservation 72: 129–136.

Elvira, B., 1990 Iberian endemic freshwater fishes and their conservation status in Spain. J. Fish Biol. 37 (Suppl. A):231-232.

Groombridge, B. (ed.) 1994. 1994 IUCN Red List of Threatened Animals. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland.

Hanel, L. and J. Novák, 2002 Ceské názvy zivocichu V. Ryby a ryboviti obratlovci (Pisces) 3., maloústí (Gonorhynchiformes) - máloostní (Cypriniformes). Národní muzeum (zoologické oddelení), Praha.

Hilton-Taylor, C., 2000 2000 IUCN red list of threatened species. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. xviii + 61 p.

Hureau, J.-C., 1991 La base de données GICIM: Gestion informatisée des collections ichthyologiques du Muséum. p. 225-227. In Atlas Preliminaire des Poissons d'Eaux Douce de France. Conseil Supérieur de la Pêche, Ministère de l'Environment, CEMAGREF et Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris.

International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), 1994 1994 IUCN red list of threatened animals. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, U.K.

Klinkhardt, M, M. Tesche and H. Greven, 1995 Database of fish chromosomes. Westarp Wissenschaften.

Kottelat, M., 1997 European freshwater fishes. Biologia 52, Suppl. 5:1-271.

Kottelat M. and J. Freyhof 2007. Handbook of European freshwater fishes. Kottelat, Cornol, Switzerland and Freyof, Berlin, Germany. Pagina 306.

Madeira, J.M., M.J. Collares-Pereira, and B. Elvira, 1992 Cytotaxonomy of Iberian loaches with some remarks on the karyological evolution of both families (Pisces, Cobitidae, Homalopteridae). Caryologia 45:273-282.

Perdices, A. and Doadrio, I. 1997. Threatened fishes of the world: Cobitis calderoni Bacescu, 1961 (Cobitidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 50: 148.

Perdices, A. and Doadrio, I. 2001. The molecular systematics and biogeography of the European Cobitids based on mitochondrial DNA sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 19: 468–478.

Sokolov, L.I. and L.S. Berdicheskii, 1989 Acipenseridae. p. 150-153. In J. Holcík (ed.) The freshwater fishes of Europe. Vol. 1, Part II. General introduction to fishes Acipenseriformes. AULA-Verlag Wiesbaden. 469 p.


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