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- Arapaimidae is a family of freshwater osteoglossiform (bony-tongued) fishes that includes the South American arapaimas of the Amazon and Essequibo basins...
- multiple species. They have several other common names, including Asian bonytongue, dragonfish, and a number of names specific to the different color varieties...
- Scleropages jardinii, the Gulf saratoga, Australian bonytongue or northern saratoga, is a freshwater bony fish native to Australia and New Guinea, one...
- The arapaima, pirarucu, or paiche is any large species of bonytongue in the genus Arapaima native to the Amazon and Essequibo basins of South America....
- Polypterus senegalus, a fish of the family Polypteridae Asian arowana, a bonytongue fish of the family Osteoglossidae Draconichthys, an arthrodire placoderm...
- African arowana or Nile arowana (Heterotis niloticus) is a species of bonytongue. Despite being called an "arowana", the African arowana is more closely...
- Boga Bombay duck Bonefish Bonito Bonnethead shark Bonnetmouth Bonytail Bonytongue Bowfin Boxfish Bramble shark Bream Brill Bristlemouth Bristlenose catfish...
- long based, while the pectoral and ventral fins are small. The name "bonytongues" is derived from a toothed bone on the floor of the mouth, the "tongue"...
- southern saratoga (Scleropages leichardti), also known as the spotted bonytongue, spotted saratoga, or simply saratoga, is a freshwater bony fish native...
- (Latin: "bony tongues") that contains the butterflyfish, the arowanas and bonytongues, as well as extinct families. "Mikko's Phylogeny for Osteoglossiformes"...
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