European grayling . Thymallus thymallus (Linnaeus, 1758), European Grayling . One species of grayling. – Listed in the CSO (1994), the lists of the Bern Convention and IUCN and the European red list. Protected in Carpathian BZ.
– The Volga pikeperch. Volga pikeperch, Sander volgensis (Gmelin, 1789), pikeperch Volga – Entered in the lists of the Bern Convention, the IUCN and the European red list. Protected in the Dnieper-Orelsky PZ.
– Rock bass Zebra. Serranus Scriba (Linnaeus, 1758), rock bass Zebra. Photo.
– Sea Perch. Bogovici perch, Sander marinus (Cuvier, 1828), the sea perch. Photo. – Listed in the CSO (1994), IUCN and the European red list. Partially protected in the Dnieper-bug Liman of the black sea on a plot of BZ “the Volozhin forest.”
To organize artificial propagation, re-acclimatization, cryopreservation of gametes and embryos.
– Subarik normal. Diplodus puntazzo, Suberic normal. The Sea Bream.Photo. – Listed in the CSO (1994). In combination with other species is protected in the Karadag. Need more to study biology, to identify new habitats, establish protected customized mode.
– Gorban dark. Sciaena umbra Linnaeus, 1758, slabs dark. Photo. – Probably one of the most popular fish for in the Black sea (is indicated in the lists of the Bern Convention. It is necessary to ban fishing on this species using fixed nets and means of spearfishing, to identify and protect places skupcina.
– Umbra light. Gorban light, Umbrina cirrosa (Linnaeus, 1758), Croaker light. Photo. – Listed in the CSO, 1994 and the lists of the Bern Convention (Mediterranean population). It is necessary to determine the location of the form and to set the protected mode, to prohibit the catch, determine the cause of changes in the population.
– Golden comb wrasse fish, Ctenolabrus rupestris (Linnaeus, 1758), Comb wrasse Golden. Photo. One of the varieties of family rubanovich.
– Greenfinch nosed. Symphodus rostratus (Bloch, 1791), Greenfinch nosed. Spinner wrasse. Photo. – is not the Greenfinch (Symphodus tinca ), which we see by the hundreds at the world Cup.
almost all crabs:
— The green crab, Prat aestuarii Nordo 1847
— Hairy crab, Pilumnus hirtellus (Linnaeus, 1761)
— stone crab, Eriphia verrucosa Forskall, 1755
— Marble crab, Pachygrapsus marmoratus Fabricius, 1787
— Freshwater crab, Potamon tauricum (Czerniavsky 1884)