Tristramella intermedia

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Tristramella intermedia
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Perciformes
Family: Cichlidae
Genus: Tristramella
Species: T. intermedia
Binomial name
Tristramella intermedia
Steinitz & Ben-Tuvia, 1953

Tristramella intermedia is an extinct species of fish in the Cichlidae family. It was endemic to Lake Hula in northern Israel. This taxon is considered to be a subspecies of T. simonis in FishBase[2] and considered a synonym of T. simonis by Catalogue of Fishes.[3] This species reached a length of 22.9 centimetres (9.0 in) TL.[2]

The deliberate draining of Lake Hula in the 1950s led to the extinction of this species, along with the cyprinid fish Acanthobrama hulensis.


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