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A notable Ichthyological find in the Kruger National Park

U de V. Pienaar
Koedoe | Vol 14, No 1 | a712 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/koedoe.v14i1.712 | © 1971 U de V. Pienaar | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 21 May 1971 | Published: 21 May 1971

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U de V. Pienaar,, South Africa

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A notable ichthyological find has been made in the Kruger National Park with the recording, during April 1970, of a specimen of the marine fish, Acanthopagrus berda Forskal) near the confluence of the Crocodile and Komati Rivers. This is the first record of the River or Mud Bream within the fresh water river system of the Transvaal and also the furthest point inland that this fish has been collected.


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