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- in this genus: Aborichthys boutanensis (McClelland, 1842) Aborichthys cataracta Arunachalam, Raja, Malaiammal & Mayden, 2014 Aborichthys elongatus Hora...
- Aborichthys elongatus is a species of freshwater fish in the stone loach family. A. elongatus is found in North Bengal and Arunachal Pradesh in India...
- Aborichthys tikaderi is a species of stone loach endemic to Arunachal Pradesh, India where it is only known from streams in the Namdapha Wildlife Sanctuary...
- Actinopterygii Order: Cypriniformes Family: Nemacheilidae Regan, 1911 Genera Aborichthys Acanthocobitis Afronemacheilus Barbatula Claea Draconectes Dzihunia Eidinemacheilus...
- three subspecies in the order Cypriniformes ****essed as least concern. Aborichthys elongatus Mottled loach (Acanthocobitis botia) Acanthocobitis rubidipinnis...
- Pellona ditchela (native), Indian pellona Aborichthys elongatus (endemic) Aborichthys garoensis (endemic) Aborichthys kempi (disputed) Acanthocobitis botia...
- one subspecies in the order Cypriniformes ****essed as near threatened. Aborichthys kempi Banded mountain zipper loach (Acanthocobitis urophthalmus) Gray's...
- subspecies in the order Cypriniformes ****essed as vulnerable. Aborichthys garoensis Aborichthys tikaderi Slender stone loach (Balitora mysorensis) Waterfall...
- ronquilloi Neoopisthopterus cub**** Opisthopterus effulgens Aborichthys garoensis Aborichthys tikaderi Balitora mysorensis Cryptotora thamicola Hemimyzon...
- areas of "dense phylogenies". Fish: Nemacheilus tikaderi (originally Aborichthys tikaderi ) of the family Balitoridae (Barman, 1985) Spiders: Nodocion...
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