Leuciscus burdigalensis

Leuciscus burdigalensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Leuciscus.

The Leuciscus burdigalensis lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

Leuciscus burdigalensis Valenciennes, 1844Squalius bearnensis Blanchard, 1866; (synonym) Squalius oxyrrhis La Blanch More

leuciscus burdigalensis) were collected at 3 sites in the River Viaur (SW France), distributed along 82 Km of stream. Seventy-one measurements were taken from scales: 2 shape factors and 69 Fourier coefficients. More

case study for rostrum dace Leuciscus leuciscus burdigalensis in River Viaur (SW France). Aquatic Sciences, 67: 122-127. IF : 1,049. Loot G., Poulet N., Reyjol Y., Blanchet S. and Lek S (2004). More

Common names

Jelec francouzský in Czech (česky)
Vandoise rostrée in French (français)
法兰西雅罗鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
法蘭西雅羅魚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Leuciscus
Species : Leuciscus burdigalensis
Authority : Valenciennes, 1844