- Alburnoides bipunctatus rossicus Berg, 1924
RDBUkr: Зникаючі; RDBUkrCarp: NT
Value of species
Previously Alburnoides rossicus was a subspecies of Alburnoides bipunctatus but it was raised to species level by Bogutskaya and Coad (2009).
This species occurs in the rivers Dniester, South Bug and Dnieper draining to the Black Sea. It is also distributed in Don river drainage in the Sea of Azov basin and in the Volga drainage, in the Caspian Sea basin where it is known from upper reaches in Tver Province and upper reaches of Oka River downstream to Kama river (inclusive, with tributaries) and rivers and lakes of Samara Province.
Population: No information available.
Streams and small rivers with fast to moderately running shallow water, often over gravel, pebble or rocks.