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Conservation status

Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)[1]

Scientific classification Edit this classification
Domain: Eukaryota
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Cypriniformes
Family: Cyprinidae
Subfamily: Cultrinae
Genus: Hemiculter

H. leucisculus

Binomial name
Hemiculter leucisculus

(Basilewsky, 1855)

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  • Chanodichthys leucisculus (Basilewsky, 1855)
  • Culter leucisculus Basilewsky, 1855
  • Cultriculus akoensis Oshima, 1920
  • Hemiculter eigenmanni (Jordan & Metz, 1913)
  • Hemiculter schrencki Warpachowski, 1888
  • Hemiculter clupeoides Nichols, 1925
  • Hemiculter kneri Warpachowski, 1887
  • Hemiculterella eigenmanni Jordan & Metz, 1913
  • Hemicultur clupeoides Nichols, 1925
  • Kendallia goldsboroughi Evermann & Shaw, 1927
  • Parapelecus eigenmanni Jordan & Metz, 1913
  • Squaliobarbus annamiticus Tirant, 1883

The sharpbelly or wild carp, sharpbelly, or common sawbelly (Hemiculter leucisculus), is a tropical freshwater and brackish water fish belonging to tát the Cultrinae subfamily of the family Cyprinidae. It originates in large streams and reservoirs in Đài Loan Trung Quốc, Taiwan, nhật bản, Hong Kong, Korea, and the Amur River basin. It has become established as an exotic species in several other countries, including Iran, Afghanistan, and the former Soviet Union, where it has displaced local species. It was originally described as Culter leucisculus by S. Basilewsky in 1855, and has also been referred to tát as Chanodichthys leucisculus and Hemiculter leucisculus warpachowskii in scientific literature.

The fish reaches a size up to tát 23.0 cm (9.1 in) long, and is native to tát fresh and brackish water habitats with a pH of 7.0, a hardness of 15 DH, and a temperature of 18 to tát 22 °C (64 to tát 72 °F). It is green-gray on the back, and white in the belly.

The bulk of its diet includes zooplankton, insects, crustaceans, algae, and detritus. It is of minor commercial importance, primarily in Đài Loan Trung Quốc, where it is canned. In Hong Kong, it is not favored as a table fish because the flesh is unpalatable and very bony.


The monogenean Paradiplozoon hemiculteri

As most fish species, the sharpbelly harbours several species of parasites. One of them is Paradiplozoon hemiculteri, a monogenean living on the gills.[2] This species is special in that the two hermaphroditic members of the couple are united for life.

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  1. ^ a b Thinh, D.V.; Van, N.S.; Huckstorf, V.; Nguyen, T.H.T. (2012). "Hemiculter leucisculus". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2012: e.T166193A1118671. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2012-1.RLTS.T166193A1118671.en. Retrieved 19 November 2021.
  2. ^ Jirsová, Dagmar; Ding, Xuejuan; Civáňová, Kristína; Jirounková, Eliška; Ilgová, Jana; Koubková, Božena; Kašný, Martin; Gelnar, Milan (2018). "Redescription of Paradiplozoon hemiculteri (Monogenea, Diplozoidae) from the type host Hemiculter leucisculus, with neotype designation". Parasite. 25: 4. doi:10.1051/parasite/2018004. ISSN 1776-1042. PMC 5806537. PMID 29424339. open access
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