Osteobrama bhimensis (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae): a junior synonym of O. vigorsii

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S.S. Jadhav
M. Paingankar
N. Dahanukar

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Osteobrama bhimensis (Singh & Yazdani) was described from the Ujani wetland on Bhima River in Maharashtra, India, about 100 km downstream of the type locality of O. vigorsii (Sykes). Based on examination of the type material of O. bhimensis and comparison with O. vigorsii collected from different localities in the Krishna and Godavari River systems, we show that O. bhimensis is conspecific with O. vigorsii.

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Jadhav, S., Paingankar, M. and Dahanukar, N. 2011. Osteobrama bhimensis (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae): a junior synonym of O. vigorsii. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 3, 9 (Sep. 2011), 2078–2084. DOI:https://doi.org/10.11609/JoTT.o2841.2078-84.
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Author Biographies

S.S. Jadhav

Shrikant S. Jadhav is Scientist A at the Zoological Survey of India, Western Regional Centre, Pune. He works on taxonomy and distribution of freshwater fishes and has published several papers in this area.

M. Paingankar

Mandar Paingankar is a molecular biologist and works on vector biology with an emphasis on host parasite interactions. He works on animal ecology as a hobby.

N. Dahanukar

Neelesh Dahanukar works in ecology and evolution with an emphasis on mathematical and statistical analysis. He is also interested in taxonomy, distribution patterns and molecular phylogeny of freshwater fishes.

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