Alburnus alburnus

Family : Cyprinidae


Alburnus alburnus, Cyprinidae

The Alburnus alburnus is a freshwater coarse fish. Great schools swim in the surface of North Italy lakes. Feeds mainly on plankton, crustaceans and insects. The sparkling scales are used in manifacturing the artificial pearls © Giuseppe Mazza




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