Collected non-native fish taxon-occurrences of the Chinese section of Irtysh River Basin and Ulungur River Basin, Xinjiang, China
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The Chinese section of Irtysh River Basin and Ulungur River Basin, Xinjiang, China.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]|
|Start Date / End Date||2013-09-04 / 2022-07-11|
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|Title||Collected non-native fish taxon-occurrences of the Chinese section of Irtysh River Basin and Ulungur River Basin, Xinjiang, China|
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Fish specimens were collected at the Irtysh River Basin and the Ulungur River Basin from 2013 to 2022. Samples were collected by hand net, cast net, and traps in a variety of aquatic environments. The specimens were fixed in 95% ethanol or 10% formaldehyde solution in the field. Coordinates of sampling localities were recorded by hand-held GPS locator. The specimens were stored in 75% ethanol in the National Zoological Museum, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ASIZB).
|Study Extent||Non-native fish of the Upper Irtysh and the Ulungur Rivers in China.|
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- Fish species were identified by two professional fish taxonomists each time and referred to literatures on fish species of the Irtysh River and the Ulungur River. Valid species names were in accordance with the taxonomic literatures .