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Khanka spiny bitterling

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Contents of this page belong to The Khanka spiny bitterling (Acanthorhodeus gracilis) is a temperate freshwater fish belonging to the Acheilognathinae sub-family of the Cyprinidae family. It originates in the inland rivers in Asia, and is found in China, Korea, and Russia. It was originally described as Devario chankaensis by Benedykt Dybowski in 1872, and is also referred to as Acheilognathus chankaensis.

When spawning, the female deposits the eggs inside bivalves. The young hatch and remain within the bivalve until they can swim.

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