Check List 20(2): 524-529, doi: 10.15560/20.2.524
First record of Saddle Barb, Barbodes sellifer Kottelat & Lim 2021 (Cypriniformes, Cyprinidae), on Belitung, Indonesia, with an update of its geographic distribution
expand article infoVeryl Hasan, Josie South§, Fitri S. Valen|, Sapto Andriyono, Lucas O. Vieira#, Abu B. Sambah¤, Felipe P. Ottoni#
‡ Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia§ University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom| Bangka Belitung University, Bangka Belitung, Indonesia¶ Federal University of Maranhão, Chapadinha, Brazil# Federal University of Maranhão, São Luís, Brazil¤ Universitas Brawijaya, Malang, Indonesia
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Saddle Barb, Barbodes sellifer, is a freshwater fish endemic to Malay Peninsula and the Indonesian archipelago and is here recorded for the first time from Belitung Island, Indonesia. This is a range extension of about 300 km to the southeast from the closest previously known locality on Bangka Island, and, in addition to reporting its occurrence on another island of the Indonesian archipelago, this is the southernmost known locality for the species. We also provide an updated map showing the species’ distribution. 
Conservation, Indonesian Archipelago, range extension, Smiliogastrinae, Sundaland