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Nepal has more than 6,000 rivers and is rich in freshwater fish diversity. A total of 240 species of fish have been reported from Nepal, of which 43 species are recorded in the Budoholi wetland. Here, I report the first record of the Drape Fin Barb Oreichthys crenuchoides from southeastern Nepal.
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