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In July and August 2010, the Lincoln-Petersen capture-recapture method was used to assess the size and basic structure of a newly established population of the endangered in Poland cyprinid fish lake minnow, Eupallasella percnurus (Pall). The population that inhabits a small (0.08 ha) peat excavation site in the village of Kowalicha near Radzymin (Mazowieckie Voivodeship, Poland) was initiated in 2004-2006 using the translocations of a total of 1530 cultivated individuals, mostly juveniles ageddoi:10.2478/v10086-011-0024-5 fatcat:fasrucsccbhmvh2f4xcjyl4ava