Anabantidae


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Related to Anabantidae: Anabas testudineus, Climbing gourami
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Synonyms for Anabantidae

small freshwater spiny-finned fishes of Africa and southern Asia

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Leknes, "Eosinophilic granule cells and endocytic cells in intestinal wall of pearl gouramy (Anabantidae: Teleostei)," Fish & Shellfish Immunology, vol.
Local Name Common Name (Scientific Name, Family Name) 1 Aire Bagrid Cat fish (Mystus aor, Bagridae) 2 Baila Gobies (Glossogobius giuris, Gobidae) 3 Baim Mastacembelid eel (Mastacembelus armatus, Mastacembelidae) 4 Banshpata Minor carp (Danio devario, Cyprinidae) 5 Bheda Leaf fish (Nandus nandus, Nandidae) 6 Boal Eurasian catfish (Wallago attu, Siluridae) 7 Boicha/chuna Climbing perches (Colisa channa, Anabantidae) 8 Buzury Bagrid Catfish (Mystus tengra, Bagridae) 9 Chanda Snooks (Ambassis nama, Centropomidae) 10 Catla Indian major carp (Catla catla, Cyprinidae) 11 Cheng Snakehead (Channa gachua, Channidae) 12 Common carp Common carp (Cyprinus carpio var.
Lampsilis cardium successfully metamorphosed on six species of exotic fishes from the families Fundulidae, Poecilidae and Belontiidae (= Anabantidae), as well as on larval tiger salamanders (Table 1).
The climbing perch Anabas testudineus (Bloch 1792) is a teleost belonging to the family Anabantidae and order Perciformes.
The climbing perch, Anabas testudineus (Bloch, 1792) is a highly priced air breathing, freshwater food fish species belongs to the family Anabantidae and order Perciformes.
These include families Osteoglossidae, Anabantidae, Chanidae, Schilbedae, Cyprinidae, Mormyridae, Cichlidae, Mochokidae, Characidae, Bagridae and Clariidae (Table 1).
Fish host Ctenopoma petherici Gunther, 1864 (Anabantidae) were sampled in Wouri bassin on monthly basis during 15 months (January 2008-march 2009), from the Sange River at Ntonde (between latitude 4[degrees]12' N to 4[degrees]17' N and Longitude 10[degrees]0' E to 10[degrees]8' E), located in the Littoral Region of Cameroon.