IRAN: The Search for Iranocichla (Part 1)

By Heiko Bleher

It was the collecting spot 03: and here we found one large predator in the open water, in depth of nearly 1.5 metre, it was Aspius vorax, and along the shore below the overhanging bushes and in the muddy and stony ground the subspecies of Capoeta barriosi named mandica, and an unidentified Garra sp. Surely there are more species of Garra still to be named in Iran…

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