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Cobite iberico settentrionale,

Cobitis calderoni, Băcescu 1962


 

Nomi comuni esteri - Spagna - Lamprehuela, Llopet ibèric, Mazkar arantzaduna. Portogallo - Verdemá-do-Norte. Estonia - Ibeeria hink. Repubblica Ceca - Sekavec Calderonův.

 

 

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Cobitis calderoni Băcescu 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 specifica valida come Cobitis calderoni Bacescu 1962, secondo Kottelat 1997:87, Leunda et al. 29210:13, Kottelat & Freyhof 2007:306, Kottelat 2012:25, Eagderi et al. 2017:50. 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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