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We studied the probability of occurrence, distribution and abundance of eight small fish species in 512 small rivers at the eastern edge of Europe in a region of high geographical and environmental heterogeneity. Stone loach, common minnow, and gudgeon were recorded in more than 50% of the study sites. Common minnow was the most abundant species, contributing 66% of all captures. Elevation, depth, and width of the river were the main environmental factors influencing the distribution of moredoi:10.2478/trser-2022-0011 fatcat:z22nzq6ejrfexgximiutgxivki