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Fish fauna of streams discharging to Antalya Bay Antalya Korfezine dokulen akarsularin balik faunasi


, : Fish fauna of streams discharging to Antalya Bay Antalya Korfezine dokulen akarsularin balik faunasi. Su Urunleri Dergisi. 2004( ) Temmuz-Aralik; 213-4: 287-294

This study was carried out to determine the fish fauna of streams discharging to the Antalya Bay. In this study, 1161 specimens which were caught by scoop net, elektroshocker and gill nets were examined between November 1994-October 1996 in first season and September 2002-October 2003 in second season it was determined 24 species, 3 subspecies belonging to 12 families of these, Family Cyprinidae consist of 10 species and 1 subspecies is predominant.


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