Rosy bitterling

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rosy bitterling can be competent for a genetic marker in experimental and developmental biology. 収録刊行物 - Zoological science Zoological science 15(3) pp. More

The Japanese rosy bitterling, Rhodeus ocellatus kurumeus, has been affected not only by the invasion of another subspecies, R.o.ocellatus, from China, but also by habitat fragmentation. In this study, the effects of habitat fragmentation on the fitness of R.o.kurumeus were investigated. Owing to exclusion by R.o. More

The Rosy bitterling (Rhodeus ocellatus) is a small fresh-water fish belonging to the family Cyprinidae (carp) and genus Rhodeus. Females are approximately 40-50mm long and males range from 50-80mm. Their bodies are flat with an argent-colored luster. More

In Japan the rosy bitterling, Rhodeus ocellatus, is represented by the exotic R. ocellatus Kner and the indigenous R. ocellatus kurumeus (Regan). The two subspecies have shown considerable hybridization over a wide range in Japan, so R. More

critically endangered, as the rosy bitterling has interbred with it. Conservation efforts are being made to save it. The rosy bitterling was introduced from Taiwan to eastern China, the Korean Peninsula and Japan. * Food: Pretty much anything. More

comparison to the larger Continental Rosy Bitterling introduced from China, the Japanese Rosy Bitterling is at a disadvantage in terms of competition for survival, and also these two subspecies are able More

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Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Rhodeus
Species : Rhodeus ocellatus ocellatus
Authority : Kner, 1866