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Table 1 The studied fish species

From: Natural and anthropogenic driving forces as key elements in the Lower Danube Basin–South-Eastern Carpathians–North-Western Black Sea coast area lakes: a broken stepping stones for fish in a climatic change scenario?

Main economic interest fish species
Esox luciusNorthern/common pike
Tinca tincaTench
Perca fluviatilisEuropean perch
Rutilus carpathorossicusRoach
Abramis bramaFreshwater bream
Cyprinus carpioCommon carp
Silurus glanisWels catfish
Abramis sapaWhite-eye bream
Aspius aspiusAsp
Caspialosa ponticaPontic shad
Hypophthalmichthys molitrixSilver carp
Stizostedion luciopercaPike-perch
Blicca bjoerknaWhite bream
Vimba vimbaVimba bream
Ctenopharingodon idellaGrass carp
Aristichthys nobilisBighead carp
Abramis ballerusZope
Caspialosa nordmanniBlack Sea shad
Conservation interest fish species
Carassius carassiusCrucian carp
Rhodeus sericeusBitterling
Gymnocephalus cernuusRuffe
Misgurnus fossilisWeatherfish
Cobitis danubialisSpine loach
Leucaspius delineatesBelica
Idus idusIde
Babca gymnotrachelusRacer goby
Secondary economic interest fish species
Scardinius erythrophthalmusRudd
Alburnus alburnusBleak
Gobius sp.Goby
Alien fish species
Lepomis gibbosusPumpkinseed
Carassius gibelioPrussian carp
Neogobius fluviatilisMonkey goby
Pseudorasbora parvaStone moroko
Hypophthalmichthys molitrixSilver carp
Perccottus gleniiChinese sleeper
Ctenopharingodon idellaGrass carp
Aristichthys nobilisBighead carp