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Proceedings Of The Zoological Institute Of The Russian Academy Of Sciences, 314 (4)

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    Two new species of freshwater fishes of the genus Alburnoides, A. fangfangae and A. devolli (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae), from the Adriatic Sea Basin in Albania.

    Alburnoides devolli Bogutskaya, Zupancic & Naseka, 2010
    Alburnoides fangfangae Bogutskaya, Zupancic & Naseka, 2010

    Open access: http://www.zin.ru/Journals/trudyzin/doc/vo…_Bogutskaya.pdf (English)

    Pogonophryne brevibarbata sp. nov. (Artedidraconidae, Notothenioidei, Perciformes) — a new species of toadlike plunderfish from the Ross Sea, Antarctica.

    Pogonophryne brevibarbata Balushkin, Petrov & Prutko, 2010

    Open access: http://www.zin.ru/Journals/trudyzin/doc/vo…4_Balushkin.pdf (Russian)

    Andriashev, A.P. & Chernova, N.V. (2010): Three new snailfishes (Scorpaeniformes: Liparidae) from bathyal depths of the Arctic.

    Careproctus latiosus Andriashev & Chernova, 2010
    Careproctus moskalevi Andriashev & Chernova, 2010
    Rhodichthys melanocephalus Andriashev & Chernova, 2010

    Open access: http://www.zin.ru/Journals/trudyzin/doc/vo…_Andryashev.pdf (Russian)

    Karyotype of the anadromous whitefish Coregonus lavaretus pidschian (Gmelin, 1788) from the Northern Dvina River (White Sea Basin).

    Open access: http://www.zin.ru/Journals/trudyzin/doc/vo…14_4_Ershov.pdf (Russian)

    Zoogeographical freshwater divisions of the Caucasus as a part of the West Asian Transitional Region.

    Open access: http://www.zin.ru/Journals/trudyzin/doc/vo…14_4_Naseka.pdf (Russian)

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    That’s very nice that they named one species in memory of Fang Fang <img src="style_emoticons//smile.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:)” border=”0″ alt=”smile.gif” />

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