Rutilus lacustris

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Rutilus lacustris
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Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Cypriniformes
Family: Cyprinidae
Genus: Rutilus
Species: R. lacustris
Binomial name
Rutilus lacustris
(Pallas, 1814)
Synonyms

Rutilus caspicus Yakovlev, 1870
Rutilus heckelii Nordmann, 1840
Rutilus stoumboudae Bianco & Ketmaier, 2014

Rutilus lacustris is a species of roach, a genus in the family Cyprinidae. This species occurs in the Black Sea and Caspian Sea basins, the Azov Sea itself, and even in drainage areas of the White Sea.[1]

In Russia, other countries of the former Soviet Union and parts of Eastern Europe, this and related species of roach are commonly air-dried and salted to create a popular beer snack. It is frequently referred to by its Russian name of Vobla.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Levin, B.A., Simonov, E.P., Ermakov, O.A., Levina, M.A., Interesova, E.A., Kovalchuk, O.M., Malinina, Y.A., Mamilov, N.S., Mustafayev, N.J., Pilin, D.V., Pozdeev, I.V., Prostakov, N.I., Roubenyan, H.R., Titov, S.V. & Vekhov, D.A. (2016): Phylogeny and phylogeography of the roaches, genus Rutilus (Cyprinidae), at the Eastern part of its range as inferred from mtDNA analysis. Hydrobiologia, 788 (1): 33–46.