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Cave Fishes of Guangxi, China [Chinese]

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Lan Jiahu(Author), Gan Xi(Author), Wu Tiejun(Author), Yang Jian(Author)
266 pages, colour photos, b/w distribution maps, tables
Publisher: Science Press
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Language: Chinese with English summary and scientific nomenclature

Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region is the richest Province of cave fishes in China. A review of cave fishes in Guangxi is provided in Cave Fishes of Guangxi, China based on 20 years of field work. A total of 61 species (including 20 blind fishes, and 11 new species) from 4 families were recorded. Sinocyclocheilus is the most species-rich genus. The authors have visited the type locations of all 61 species. Morphological characters, geographical distribution, and conservation status for most species are briefly described. Cave Fishes of Guangxi, China is useful to ichthyologists, fish lovers and college students.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Lan Jiahu(Author), Gan Xi(Author), Wu Tiejun(Author), Yang Jian(Author)
266 pages, colour photos, b/w distribution maps, tables
Publisher: Science Press
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