Series: Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Zoology Volume: 24/6
By: M Goren (Author), L Fishelson (Author), Ethelwynn Trewavas (Author)
25 pages, 11 b/w line drawings
The genus Acanthobrama has been redefined to exclude A. terraesanctae Steinitz. This has been made the type of a new genus, Mirogrex, characterized by the high numbers and slender form of the gill-rakers. Two subspecies of M. terraesanctae are recognized and defined and a description is given of a new species of Acanthobrama from the Mediterranean rivers of Israel. The relationships of these genera are discussed.
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