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Participants Detail Information

Name: Vladimir Salnikov

Position: Leading Researcher

Institution: National Institute of Deserts, Flora and Fauna, Ministry of the Nature Protection of Turkmenistan

Area: Asia

Country: Turkmenistan


General Research Interest: My research involves many aspects of inland and Caspian Sea native and introduced fishes of Turkmenistan in Central Asia, including distribution, life history and taxonomic studies, systematic research and redlisting. For the ACSI-II project I am involved with the inventory of species for systematic and taxonomic studies.

ACSI-2 Targeted Taxa:

Character Type: Molecular, Morphological



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