|Scientific Name:||Anabarilius andersoni|
|Species Authority:||(Regan, 1904)|
Barilius andersoni Regan, 1904
Ischikauia andersoni (Regan, 1904)
|Red List Category & Criteria:||Critically Endangered B1ab(iii,v) ver 3.1|
|Assessor(s):||Devi, R. & Boguskaya, N.|
|Reviewer(s):||Collen, B., Darwall, W., Ram, M. & Smith, K. (SRLI Freshwater Fish Evaluation Workshop)|
A. andersoni has been assessed as Critically Endangered as the species has a restricted Extent of Occurrence (less than 100 km²), is found in one location (given the major threats of pollution and introduced species), and there is continuing decline in the quality of the habitat and number of mature individuals.
|Range Description:||A. andersoni was described from a 'lake at Yunnan Fu, China' and subsequently has only been known from Xing Yun Lake in Jiangchuan County, China (F. Fang, pers. comm.). Xing Yun Lake has an area of approximately 33 km².|
Native:China (Guangxi, Guizhou, Yunnan)
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|Population:||Detailed population information is lacking for this species however it is decreasing.|
|Habitat and Ecology:||A. andersoni is a pelagic species.|
|Use and Trade:||Historically the species was exported to Japan. Now the population is too small.|
Domestic pollution is causing habitat degradation in Xing Yun Lake which, combined with overfishing, severely impacts the species.
Salanx cuvieri (noodle fish) species was introduced into the lake in the early 1990s to increase the fishery production, which has severely impacted A. andersoni through competition for zooplankton, causing serious population declines.
|Conservation Actions:||It is not known if there are any conservation measures in place or needed.|
|Citation:||Devi, R. & Boguskaya, N. 2009. Anabarilius andersoni. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.3. <www.iucnredlist.org>. Downloaded on 29 May 2015.|
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