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Blicca bjoerkna
Blicca bjoerkna

Accepted name: Blicca bjoerkna Linnaeus, 1758
Common name: White bream
Georgian name: ბლიკა
Taxonomic rank: Species
Taxonomy according to: www.fishbase.org/Country/CountryResultList.cfm?country=268&group=fre
Reference: Kuljanishvili, Epitashvili, Freyhof et al. 2020
Distribution: Europe and Asia: North, Baltic, White, Black (south to Rioni drainage) and Caspian Sea basins, Atlantic basin southward to Adour drainage (France; possibly introduced southward of Loire) and Mediterranean basin in France (Hérault and Rhône drainages). In Aral, Marmara and Anatolian Black Sea basins west of Ankara. Naturally absent from Iberian Peninsula, Italy, Adriatic basin, Crimea, Great Britain (except southeast), Scandinavia north of Sundsvall (Sweden) and 65° N (Finland). Locally introduced in Spain and northeastern Italy; in France, apparently introduced in smal coastal drainages of Var.
IUCN Status: LC
National Red list status: NE
Editor/Contact Person: Giorgi Epitashvili
Contact address: giorgi_epitashvili@iliauni.edu.ge
Contributors: Giorgi Epitashvili

View Blicca bjoerkna in Fauna Europaea

Blicca bjoerkna is recorded at 1 localities:

The Rioni River, (lat: 42.197474, lon: 41.654586, precision: <100), Comment: Cough by fishing rod,  




Citation: Giorgi Epitashvili, Giorgi Epitashvili, 2020-06-30. [http://www.biodiversity-georgia.net/index.php?taxon=Blicca bjoerkna]. .Blicca bjoerkna. in: Tarkhnishvili D, Chaladze G (Editors). 2013. Georgian biodiversity database. http://www.biodiversity-georgia.net/. Downloaded on: 28 September 2020