Alburnoides manyasensis

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Turan D, Ekmekçi F, Kaya C, Güçlü S (2013) Alburnoides manyasensis (Actinopterygii, Cyprinidae), a new species of cyprinid fish from Manyas Lake basin, Turkey. ZooKeys 276 : 85–02, doi. Versioned wiki page: 2013-03-23, version 32228, https://species-id.net/w/index.php?title=Alburnoides_manyasensis&oldid=32228 , contributors (alphabetical order): Daniel Mietchen, Pensoft Publishers.

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Cypriniformes
Familia: Cyprinidae
Genus: Alburnoides

Name

Alburnoides manyasensis Turan & Ekmekçi & Kaya & Güçlü, 2013 sp. n.Wikispecies linkZooBank linkPensoft Profile

Holotype

FFR 01069. Female. 82 mm SL; Turkey, Balıkesir Prov., Koca Stream at outlet of Manyas Dam Lake, Lake Manyas drainage; 39°59'26"N, 27°47'58"E, 11 July 2007, coll. D. Turan and R. Buyurucu.
Paratypes. FFR 01073, 24, 54–92 mm SL; same data as holotype.

Diagnosis

Alburnoides manyasensis is distinguished from all the species of Alburnoides in Turkey and adjacent areas by a combination of the following characters (none unique to the species):partly or slightly developed ventral keel between pelvic fin and anal fin, scaleless about 1/2 to 2/3 its length; upper body profile markedly convex, with marked hump at nape, especially in specimens larger than 60 mm SL; upper head profile straight or slightly convex in interorbital area, slightly convex on snout; corner of mouth reaching vertical through anterior margin of pupil; snout with slightly pointed tip; interorbital width 7–8% SL; dark grey stripe indistinct or slightly distinct in anterior part of body but distinct in posterior body; pigmentation of lateral line slightly distinct in anterior part of body but indistinct in posterior part of body (Fig. 3) in most of specimens; 45–52+2–3 lateral-line scales, 9–12 scale rows between lateral line and dorsal-fin origin, 4–5 scale rows between lateral line and anal-fin origin, 10½–12½ branched anal-fin rays; pharyngeal teeth 4.2–2.4, markedly hooked; total vertebrae 40–42: 20–22, with mode of 21, abdominal and 19–21, with mode of 20, caudal vertebrae.

Description

Maximum known size 92 mm SL. General appearance shown in Fig. 3; morphometric and meristic data given in Tables 1 and 3. Body deep, its depth at dorsal-fin origin 29–32% SL, mean 29.4, at anal-fin origin 22–27% SL, mean 24.4, and markedly compressed. Dorsal profile markedly convex with marked hump at nape in specimens larger than 60 mm SL, ventral profile less convex than dorsal profile. Predorsal length 52–58% SL, mean 54.2. Caudal peduncle deep, its depth 11–12% SL, mean 11.5. Head short, its length 25–27% SL, mean 26.0, approximately 0.8–0.9 times body depth at dorsal fin origin, dorsal profile straight or slightly convex at interorbital area, slightly convex at snout. Snout short, slightly pointed, its length 6–8% SL, mean 6.8, shorter than both eye diameter (eye diameter 7–9% SL, mean 8.2) and interorbital width (interorbital width 7–8 %SL, mean 7.7). Mouth terminal, with very slightly marked chin, its corner reaching vertical through anterior margin of pupil.
Lateral line with 45–52 + 2–3 scales; (9)10–12 scales rows between lateral line and dorsal-fin origin; 4–5 scales between lateral line and anal-fin origin. Gill rakers 8−10: 2–3 + 6–7 on outer side of first gill arch. Dorsal fin with 3 simple and 8½, rarely 7½ or 9½, branched rays; its depth 21–27% SL, outer margin straight or slightly concave. Pectoral fin long, not reaching pelvic-fin origin in both sexes, its length 20–24% SL, outer margin slightly convex, with 12–13 branched rays. Pelvic fin rounded, reaching or slightly behind anus, with 1 simple and 7 branched rays. Anal fin with 3 simple and 10½–12½ branched rays, outer margin concave. Caudal fin forked, lobes slightly pointed.
Pharyngeal teeth 4.2–2.4, markedly hooked. Total vertebrae 40–42; predorsal vertebrae 13–15 with mode of 14; number of abdominal vertebrae 20–22 with mode of 21, and that of caudal vertebrae 19–21 with mode of 20 (frequency of occurrence of character states given in Table 3). Abdominal region longer than caudal region, rarely regions equal, and difference between abdominal and caudal counts varying from 2 to –1; most common vertebral formula 21+20.
Sexual dimorphism. There are small tubercles on rays of anal fins in male. The length of the paired fins does not display any statistically significant difference in males and females as it often occurs in other Alburnoides species.
Coloration. Formalin preserved adults and juveniles brownish on back and upper part of flank, yellowish on lower part of flank and belly. Caudal and dorsal fins light grey; pectoral, pelvic and anal fins yellowish. Spots along lateral line above and below pores slightly distinct in anterior part of body but indistinct in posterior part. Dark grey stripe (its width approximately equal to eye diameter) on upper part of flank from posterior margin of operculum to caudal peduncle, slightly distinct in anterior body part but clearly distinct in posterior part. No or few dark pigment dots on each scale pocket below lateral stripe.

Distribution and notes on biology

Alburnoides manyasensis is known only from the Koca Stream, drainage of Lake Manyas, Marmara Sea basin (Fig. 1).It inhabits clear fast running water with cobble and pebble substrates. Capoeta tinca (Heckel, 1843), Barbus oligolepis Battalgil, 1941, Squalius cii (Richardson, 1857), Vimba vimba (Linnaeus, 1758), Chondrostoma sp., Rhodeus amarus (Bloch, 1782), Oxynoemacheilus sp. and Alburnus sp.were collected together with Alburnoides manyasensis.

Etymology

The name of the species, an adjective, is derived from the name of Lake Manyas.

Table 1. Morphometric characters in Alburnoides manyasensis, Alburnoides. cf. smyrnae and Alburnoides tzanevi. Mean values are given in parentheses.
Alburnoides manyasensis, n=24 ! Alburnoides cf. smyrnae, n=8 ! Alburnoides tzanevi, n=10 ! Alburnoides tzanevi, n=10
Basin Marmara Sea Aegean Sea Black Sea Black Sea
River or stream Koca Büyük Menderes Terkos Istranca
Range SD Holo-type Range SD Range SD Range SD
Standard length (mm) 54–92 80 58–77 63–81 63–94
In percents of standard length
Head length 24.5–27.3 (26.0) 0.68 25.2 25.7–27.8 (26.7) 0.71 26.0–27.7 (26.6) 0.58 24.8–26.8 (25.6) 0.71
Body depth at dorsal fin origin 28.8–31.9 (29.4) 1.14 30.0 27.8–29.5 (28.6) 0.64 24.5–27.2 (25.9) 0.95 23.7–26.0 (24.9) 0.83
Body depth at anal fin origin 22.3–26.8 (24.4) 1.26 25.5 23.2–25.2 (24.3) 0.64 21.0–22.9 (22.0) 0.62 20.4–21.8 (21.0) 0.52
Caudal peduncle depth 10.7–12.2 (11.5) 0.42 11.8 10.8–12.3 (11.8) 0.47 10.2–11.0 (10.5) 0.24 8.8–10.3 (9.4) 0.49
Predorsal length 52.4–57.8 (54.2) 1.31 52.7 50.7–55.1 (53.0) 1.29 52.9–54.3 (53.6) 0.48 51.0–53.9 (52.5) 1.00
Prepelvic length 44.4–49.7 (46.8) 1.33 46.9 46.0–47.9 (46.8) 0.71 46.1–48.9 (47.5) 0.87 44.8–48.0 (46.2) 1.23
Preanal length 61.4–67.2 (64.5) 1.54 66.4 63.2–67.7 (65.2) 1.34 64.0–68.8 (66.8) 1.45 65.4–68.0 (66.5) 0.99
Pectoral-fin origin to anal fin 38.1–44.2 (41.3) 1.36 44.2 38.3–42.9 (40.8) 1.73 38.4–44.5 (42.7) 1.87 40.2–44.3 (42.5) 1.38
Pectoral-fin origin to pelvic fin 20.5–24.5 (22.9) 0.94 23.7 19.3–25.0 (22.2) 1.90 21.3–24.6 (22.9) 1.11 20.1–24.4 (22.1) 1.34
Pelvic-fin origin to anal fin 16.7–21.2 (18.6) 1.14 21.2 17.1–20.3 (18.7) 1.10 18.0–21.9 (20.2) 1.16 20.4–22.8 (21.3) 0.83
Caudal peduncle length 20.4–25.0 (22.2) 1.20 22.3 20.7–26.2 (23.7) 2.31 18.2–21.0 (19.5) 1.02 18.1–23.1 (20.4) 1.53
Dorsal fin depth 21.3–27.3 (24.4) 1.64 23.3 21.7–27.9 (24.6) 1.94 20.6–23.4 (21.8) 0.99 20.7–25.6 (22.0) 1.38
Pectoral fin length 20.1–23.6 (21.3) 0.83 20.7 18.6–23.6 (20.6) 2.09 19.2–21.7 (20.2) 0.91 18.4–21.7 (19.9) 0.99
Pelvic fin length 14.5–18.5 (16.8) 0.80 16.5 17.3–21.0 (19.2) 1.18 13.5–17.0 (15.9) 0.99 15.7–17.1 (16.5) 0.47
Anal fin length 15.9–20.9 (18.7) 1.98 18.0 18.4–21.3 (20.0) 1.03 16.9–18.4 (17.5) 0.41 17.3–19.0 (18.1) 0.52
Upper caudal-fin lobe 21.2–27.2 (24.5) 1.73 23.9 27.9–31.3 (29.1) 1.07 21.5–24.4 (22.9) 0.97 22.4–26.8 (23.1) 1.54
Middle caudal-fin lobe 12–15.9 (14.4) 0.99 14.7 14.3–17.3 (16.0) 1.09 13.3–14.7 (14.1) 0.54 12.4 –14.5 (13.4) 0.90
Head width1 7.6–9.7 (8.8) 0.64 9.5 8.9–10.3 (9.9) 0.49 8.5–9.7 (9.2) 0.39 7.9–9.6 (9.1) 0.44
Head width2 11.5–13.6 (12.7) 0.54 12.8 13.3–15.3 (14.0) 0.58 11.2–12.5 (11.9) 0.44 11.6–12.4 (12.1) 0.32
Head width3 12.4–15.9 (13.6) 0.70 13.8 14.2–17.7 (15.0) 0.52 12.2–13.2 (12.8) 0.35 12.4–14.6 (13.1) 0.60
Head depth1 13.2–15.0 (14.1) 0.56 14.4 14.4–16.0 (15.2) 0.53 13.8–14.9 (14.3) 0.37 12.3–14.5 (13.6) 0.66
Head depth2 18.0–20.4 (19.2) 0.80 19.2 19.8–20.8 (20.3) 0.42 18.0–19.1 (18.7) 0.28 16.5–18.8 (17.5) 0.73
Eye diameter 7.3– 9.1 (8.2) 0.58 7.6 8.1–9.3 (8.7) 0.48 7.0–7.7 (7.4) 0.24 6.6–8.9 (7.7) 0.71
Snout length 6.0–7.7 (6.8) 0.49 6.2 6.4–8.0 (7.0) 0.49 6.4–7.3 (6.8) 0.24 6.3–7.6 (6.9) 0.42
Interorbital width 7.1–8.4 (7.7) 0.36 8.0 8.4–9.5 (8.9) 0.39 6.9–8.0 (7.3) 0.42 6.3–7.5 (6.9) 0.33
Snout width at nostrils 6.8–9.8 (8.3) 0.96 9.4 7.8–9.9 (8.6) 0.68 9.2–10.3 (9.6) 0.36 8.7–10.7 (9.4) 0.35

Original Description

  • Turan, D; Ekmekçi, F; Kaya, C; Güçlü, S; 2013: Alburnoides manyasensis (Actinopterygii, Cyprinidae), a new species of cyprinid fish from Manyas Lake basin, Turkey ZooKeys, 276: 85-02. doi

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