Facts Summary: The False Shovelnose Sturgeon (Pseudoscaphirhynchus kaufmanni) is a species of concern belonging in the species group "fishes" and found in the following area(s): Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan. This species is also known by the following name(s): Large Amu-dar Shovelnose Sturgeon.
False Shovelnose Sturgeon Facts Last Updated: January 1, 2016
To Cite This Page:
Glenn, C. R. 2006. "Earth's Endangered Creatures - False Shovelnose Sturgeon Facts" (Online).
Accessed 1/18/2020 at http://earthsendangered.com/profile.asp?sp=4050&ID=3.
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