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  • Five additional species are often reported as being present in Mongolia but are only presumed to exist and should be deleted from the Mongolian faunal lists. Four other species introduced species that have not been sighted for years and presumably did not become established and a further two introduced species which have become found. Nine species are known from immediately adjacent waters in China and Russia. They might be present, either as permanent inhabitants or vagrant individuals. The systematic status and nomenclature of all species have been reevaluated. Compared to the last synthesis of the fishes known from the same area (Baasanjav & Tsendayush, 2001), 11 (15 per cent) of the 72 formerly recognized species are invalid, and the names of 28 (39 per cent) of the then-known species were incorrect (either because of misidentifications, or for various nomenclatural reasons). Therefore, in total, more than half (39 out of 72) of the species in this synthesis were incorrectly listed, to which a further 15 species not previously recognised should be added. This demonstrates that present knowledge of fish diversity in Mongolia is far from adequate, that the number of species is underestimated, and that more species probably still await discovery. Survey work is needed in addition to an approach of taxonomy incorporating modern standards, concepts, and procedures. The fish fauna of the Chinese provinces of Xinjiang and Nei Mongol and the Russian Tuva and Buryatia Republics have been compared with the Mongolian fish fauna, where relevant, in an attempt to make the vocabularies used in the three countries compatible and agreement with the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. Some of the systematic findings and nomenclatural changes are summarised in the section containing species lists. This exercise has revealed a large number of nomenclatural inconsistencies across boundaries, and many species in Mongolia, China, and Russia which are not yet adequately named. There are indications (and in many cases, firm evidence) that several widely distributed “species” in fact are artificial assemblages of species restricted to a small geographic area. These immediate implications for resource management and conservation because species endemic to a small area, or a single lake or stream, have more excellent biodiversity value and thus require closer attention. Also, the transplantation across drainage boundaries of fish stocks believed to be different populations of a single species may be the introduction of a species into the range of another species, carrying all the risks associated with presentations, including the risk of replacement of the original species with a hybrid complex. Source: Marice Kottelat (2006): Fishes of Mongolia.
  • Mongolian cashmere producers are promoting cashmere products, leader products at Bazaar in Berlin, Germany during November 6-10. The fair which launched in 1962 brought and this year holding together over 500 producers from 60 countries. Those producers are members of the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI). MNCCI representatives who are working in Germany visited the fair and met the participants. Also, MNCCI’s Chairman O.Amartuvshin and Secretary-General B.Saruul met with the event's general manager for Asia Ariane Zander, talking about broadening cooperation by increasing the number of participants from Mongolia as well as a variety of products, presenting Mongolia. Source from: https://montsame.mn/en/read/206418
  • The touristic attraction located in the far west of Mongolia. The most tourist visit this place admire the view of the Altai mountains. Also, one of the great experience is visiting eagle hunter family and see their nomadic hunting style. There we will discover how to hunt the animals with the well-trained eagle. This is the amazing moment that the relationship between predators and Human. Enza Tours LLC If you want to make a Mongolian tour, we are the Mongolian travel agency, can create your unique trip in Mongolia. We also have other Mongolia tours, and while you travel, you can try the Khuvgul with other destination, local nomadic family and we can help you create a tour for you. Just write an email to us, we will plan your tour with you and let’s create your happiness together. We offer you the below tours and join our current tours: Khuvsgul lake tour (including Tsaatan community) Discover the vast Gobi desert and sand dunes Horseback riding trail Visit the national park Discover the Khuvsgul lake Discover the Mongolian culture Horse or camel tour We also work with a local travel agency such as eagle hunting show We are Enza Tours LLC, the official tour operator and we create Mongolia tours. Our customers will discover the nomadic Mongolian people, the great Gobi desert, reindeer community, ancient Mongolian capital, Mongolian customs and traditional Mongolian food. In addition to that beautiful nature will amaze the customers. Our Tour Guides: Our experienced staffs are working in the inbound tourism field for recent years continuously. Guides are all professional people who speak fluently English, German, Spanish. Our guides have a broad knowledge of the customs, history and culture of Mongolia. Some of our guides had been living in Europe and Asia countries. For this reason, you can communicate with them easy and open. Our Drivers: We at Enza Tours LLC! We already consider that your safety and enjoyment are the most critical considerations on our trip as well as standard. We offer comfortable and reliable Russian van, safe Japanese jeeps and Korean cars and buses, and our professional drivers have from ten to over twenty years of experience. Email to us: info@mongoliantour.guide

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