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- Aplocheilidae, the Asian killifishes or Asian rivulines, is a family of fish in the order Cyprinodontiformes found in Asia. Some authorities use this...
- The Fresh water fish resource of Maharashtra constitutes 6 orders 25 families and 160 species. There are many species like Oriochromis, Gr**** carp, common...
- This is a list of the fishes of the Pune district in India. The Pune district includes the basin of the Bhima River which joins the Krishna River. The...
- CYPRINODONTIFORMES Suborder Aplocheiloidei (all oviparous) Family Aplocheilidae Asian killifishes Family Nothobranchiidae African killifishes Family...
- This is a list of freshwater fish species found in Sumatra, Indonesia. The listing below is based on the taxonomic treatment of Joseph S. Nelson's Fishes...
- Pachypanchax patriciae is a species of killifish from the family Aplocheilidae. It is endemic to Madagascar where it occurs in the basins of the Mananjeba...
- various oviparous (egg-laying) cyprinodontiform fish (including families Aplocheilidae, Cyprinodontidae, Fundulidae, Profundulidae and Valenciidae). All together...
- Synbranchiformes. Family: Synbranchidae Order: Cyprinodontiformes. Family: Aplocheilidae Family: Adrianichthyidae Order: Perciformes. Family: Cichlidae Family:...
- cl****ified in either the family Nothobranchiidae or a more inclusive Aplocheilidae in the order Cyprinodontiformes. There are many species: as of 2018...
- Anotopteridae Antennariidae Aphredoderidae Aphyonidae Apistidae Aploactinidae Aplocheilidae Aplodactylidae Apogonidae Apteronotidae Aracanidae Arapaimidae Argentinidae...
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