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Hybridization between native and non-native fishes is a serious global problem. Thus, there is a need to develop monitoring methods for predicting potential hybridization to evaluate the risk of genetic introgression and to identify important areas for conservation of pure native populations. Here, we developed a prediction model for intersubspecific hybridization, based on distribution and genetic data. We selected Rhodeus ocellatus kurumeus and R. ocellatus ocellatus as the native anddoi:10.3391/ai.2013.8.2.09 fatcat:4oegsvut5jdsrhx7xlz5y4xg2a