Squalius spp. 
 
 

Also Called:
Leuciscus spp.
Group:
Fishes
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Turkey
Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered:
  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Squalius anatolicusEN-IUCN2006Turkey
2. Squalius aradensisVU-IUCN2006Portugal
3. Squalius illyricusNT-IUCN2006Croatia
4. Squalius keadicusEN-IUCN2006Greece
5. Squalius lucumonisEN-IUCN2006Italy
6. Squalius malacitanusEN-IUCN2008Spain
7. Squalius microlepisEN-IUCN2006Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia
8. Squalius moreoticusEN-IUCN2008Greece
9. Squalius pyrenaicusNT-IUCN2006Portugal, Spain
10. Squalius sp. nov. 'Aoos'NT-IUCN2008Albania, Greece
11. Squalius sp. nov. 'Evia'CR-IUCN2008Greece
12. Squalius svallizeVU-IUCN2006Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia
13. Squalius tenellusEN-IUCN2008Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia
14. Squalius torgalensisEN-IUCN2006Portugal
15. Squalius valentinusVU-IUCN2008Spain
16. Squalius zrmanjaeNT-IUCN2006Croatia


Species/Common Names:
Squalius anatolicus
Squalius aradensis
Squalius illyricus
Leuciscus illyricus
Squalius keadicus
Squalius lucumonis
Squalius malacitanus
Squalius microlepis
Squalius moreoticus
Stymphalia Chub
Squalius pyrenaicus
Squalius sp. nov. 'Aoos'
Aoos Chub
Squalius sp. nov. 'Evia'
Evia Chub
Squalius svallize
Leuciscus svallize
Squalius tenellus
Livno Masnica
Squalius torgalensis
Squalius valentinus
Squalius zrmanjae

Facts Summary:
Squalius is a genus of fishes of concern and found in the following area(s): Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Turkey.


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