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Comparative study of reproductive biology in single and multiple-spawner cyprinid fish, I: Morphological and histological features.
A wide range of fish species has also been identified, and there are indications that the species composition and even the dimensions of fish vary between midden layers, although cyprinids, eel and perch predominate in all the sampled contexts.
Larval development in Bunni is similar to most members of the Cyprinidae family, however this species has some special characteristics which haven't been observed in other studied cyprinids.
Consumption for Salmon & Trout, Marine Fish, Cyprinids,
Phylogenetic relationships and a revised taxonomy for North American cyprinids currently assigned to Phoxinus (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae).
Cyprinids comprised 78% of the overall assemblage, with Cyprinella venusta (41%), Pimephales vigilax (14%), and Notropis amabilis (11%) being the most abundant species.
58 of the Estonian Minister of the Environment from 9 October 2002 "Requirements for the quality and monitoring of waterbodies protected as habitats for salmonids and cyprinids and stations of national environmental monitoring of salmonids and cyprinids" and the EU Directive on Habitats of Freshwater Fish (78/659/EEC) specify also limit values for the concentrations of heavy metals (Cu, Zn), oil products, and phenols.
General readers and enthusiasts can find answers here sorted by family, including catfish, cyprinids, charcoids, loaches and suckers, gouramis and relatives, rainbows and blue-eyes, killifish, live bearers, and miscellaneous fish such as eels, knifefish, scats and goby.
The tapeworm, found in lots of cyprinids, such as roach, makes the fish sterile and prone to predation, a prime reason why the roach failed a recent Environment Agency health check as it wouldn't have contributed anything to the Tyne if introduced.
The two closely related cyprinids, the wild common carp and the wild goldfish, began to be changed into true domesticated animals in early medieval times, though in different parts of the world and for different purposes (Chen, 1956; Balon, 1969, 1974, 1995b).
There were 35 species collected, including groups such as cyprinids, cyprinodontids, poeciliids, lepisosteids, and centrarchids, which were restricted entirely to tidal creeks (Table 2).
The pharyngeal teeth of small cyprinids can usually be separated from the pharyngeal teeth of other North American fish families by having a hook, of variable shape, at the tooth tip.
The ichthyofauna is dominated by cyprinids in species richness and total numbers.