Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus, 1758

Soricetti, Mariano, Morawicki, Santiago, Guardiola Rivas, Fredy José, Guidi, Catalina, Quezada, Facundo, Almirón, Adriana Edith & Solimano, Patricio José, 2020, Ichthyofauna of the lower course of the Negro river drainage, Patagonia Argentina, Check List 16 (4), pp. 895-905: 901

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.15560/16.4.895

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/0628943C-FF9E-3F6A-FF13-97C8FE39833F

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Marcus

scientific name

Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus, 1758
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Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus, 1758  

Figure 3E

Material examined. ARGENTINA • 1 ♀, 418 mm; Site 1; 40°26ʹ18ʺS, 063°40ʹ54ʺW; 21 Jan. 2016; M. Sorice- tti leg.; MPCN-Ict 5 GoogleMaps   . • 1 ♂, 72 mm; Site 2; 40°42ʹ48ʺS; 063°23ʹ08ʺW; 27 Sep. 2016; M. Soricetti leg.; MPCN- Ict 43 GoogleMaps   . • 1 ♀, 223 mm; Site 4; 40°43ʹ15ʺS, 063°36ʹ02ʺW; 9 Apr. 2016; P. Solimano leg.; MPCN-Ict 44 GoogleMaps   . • 1 ♂, 315 mm; Site 6; 40°48ʹ10ʺS, 062°59ʹ36ʺW; 24 Nov. 2016; B. Rodriguez leg.; MPCN-Ict 45 GoogleMaps   . • 1 ♀, 584 mm; Site 7; 41°01ʹ12ʺS, 062°47ʹ54ʺW; 25 Oct. 2016; B. Rodriguez leg.; MPCN-Ict 46 GoogleMaps   .

Identification. Robust body. Mouth edentulous, pharyngeal teeth present. Gill openings widely adhered to the isthmus. Scales large, 38 or 39 lateral-line scales. Dorsal fin long, with three or four unbranched anterior rays, the last of one bearing denticles. Caudal fin with rounded lobes. Greenish brown background color with golden and blue reflections.