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  • Zupancic, P. and N.G. Bogutskaya0 Description of two new species, Phoxinellus krbavensis and P. jadovensis, re-description of P. fontinalis Karaman, 1972, and discussion of the distribution of Phoxinellussp. (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Nat. Croat. 11(4):411-437. (Ref. 50603)

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