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Minnow

Barb roig
Phoxinus sp. (Rafinesque, 1820)
Origin: Al·lòctona
Habitat: Aquatic
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It is a small cyprinid less than 12 cm in length used as bait for trout fishing and more recently introduced in high mountain lakes by fishermen themselves. It is gregarious behavior and competes with trout since it has the same diet.