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AbstractLarge tropical and subtropical rivers are among the most biodiverse ecosystems worldwide, but also suffer from high anthropogenic pressures. These rivers are hitherto subject to little or no routine biomonitoring, which would be essential for identification of conservation areas of high importance. Here, we use a single environmental DNA multi-site sampling campaign across the 200,000 km2 Chao Phraya river basin, Thailand, to provide key information on fish diversity. We found a totaldoi:10.1038/s41598-021-89942-6 pmid:33990677 fatcat:plskcfo63jaj3nrl5ut2id6vk4