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Ranchu

The Ranchu, is a hooded variety of fancy goldfish developed in Japan. It is referred to as the "king of goldfish" by the Japanese. This breed has also been historically referred to as the Maruko or Corean Goldfish. However, today, Maruko more com ...

                                               

Ryukin

The ryukin is a hardy and attractive variety of goldfish with a pointed head and has a pronounced hump on the back behind the head. It may be long-finned or short-finned with either a triple or quadruple tail. The dorsal fin is high while the cau ...

                                               

Shubunkin

Shubunkins are a hardy, single-tailed goldfish with nacreous scales and a pattern known as calico. The Shubunkins are of Japanese origin. The goldfish was created by Yoshigoro Akiyama, J. 秋山吉五郎 by crossing calico telescope eye goldfish, come ...

                                               

Shukin

The Shukin 秋錦 has a body shaped like long type of Ranchu. But it also has a long tail fin like the Oranda. Shukins come in red, red-white blue and silver.

                                               

Telescope (goldfish)

The telescope eye is a fancy goldfish characterised by its protruding eyes. It was first developed in the early 1700s in China, where the trait was referred to as dragon eyes.

                                               

Tosakin

The Tosakin or curly fantail goldfish is a very distinctive breed of goldfish with a large tail fin that spreads out horizontally behind the fish. Though technically a divided tail, the two halves are attached at the center/middle forming a singl ...

                                               

Veiltail

The veiltail has a modified deep-and-round ryukin-shaped body, though without the dorsal hump characteristic of ryukins. The hallmark of the breed is its lengthy and graceful double tail which is square-edged and without any forking or indentatio ...

                                               

Wakin goldfish

The wakin is an intermediate twin tailed goldfish variety that has been originated from China. It is thought to believe the wakin gave rise to fancy twin-tailed goldfish, including the ryukin, ranchu, oranda, fantail pearlscale, and many more twi ...

                                               

Arrhamphus krefftii

Arrhamphus krefftii, the snub-nosed garfish, is a species of halfbeak in the genus Arrhamphus found in coastal waters of Australia from south of Rockhampton in Queensland to Sydney. The identity of the person honoured in the specific name is unce ...

                                               

Arrhamphus sclerolepis

Arrhamphus sclerolepis, the Northern snub-nosed garfish, is a species of halfbeak in the genus Arrhamphus found in coastal waters of the Indo-West Pacific around Papua New Guinea and Australia, and in the freshwaters of adjacent river systems. Co ...

                                               

Hemiramphus far

Hemiramphus far, the halfbeak, black-barred halfbeak, black-barred garfish, barred halfbeak, barred garfish or spotted halfbeak, is a schooling marine fish in the family Hemiramphidae. It has an Indo-Pacific distribution and has invaded the easte ...

                                               

Hyporhamphus affinis

Hyporhamphus affinis, the tropical halfbeak, tropical garfish, insular halfbeak or coral reef halfbeak, is a species of schooling marine fish from the family Hemiramphidae. It is distributed through the Indo-Pacific regions and has been recorded ...

                                               

Black-tipped garfish

It is found in the Indo-West Pacific, where it replaces Hyporhamphus neglectus in waters around New Guinea and northern Australia. The Black-tipped halfbeak is known to be found within a marine environment within a pelagic-neritic range. This spe ...

                                               

Hyporhamphus collettei

Hyporhamphus collettei is a halfbeak from the family Hemiramphidae. The specific name is in honor of American ichthyologist, Bruce Baden Collette. Along the Western part of the Atlantic ocean, it is endemic to the coastal waters of Bermuda.

                                               

Dussumiers halfbeak

The Dussumiers halfbeak, also known as the slender garfish, lives in reefs and shallow lagoons. It is an Indo-Pacific species which is found from the Seychelles east to the Tuamotu Islands, north to Hong Kong and Okinawa and south to northern Aus ...

                                               

Hyporhamphus ihi

The garfish is an unusual looking fish with many distinct features such as its elongated slender body, as well as its long lower jaw. The garfish grows up to around 40 centimeters "GARFISH GAR Hyporhamphus ihi Takeke", 2013). The colouring of the ...

                                               

Hyporhamphus neglectus

Hyporhamphus neglectus is a halfbeak from the family Hemiramphidae. It is located in the West Central Pacific ocean. It replaces Hyporhamphus limbatus in the coastal waters around Java, Sumatra, Borneo and the Philippines. It is also known from n ...

                                               

Hyporhamphus yuri

Hyporhamphus yuri is a halfbeak from the family Hemiramphidae which has been reported from Okinawa and nearby islands in the north-west Pacific Ocean. This species was described by Bruce Baden Collette & Nikolai Vasilyevich Parin in 1978 from a t ...

                                               

Oxyporhamphus micropterus

Oxyporhamphus micropterus is a species of halfbeak found in the tropical oceans. Some sources elevate the two subspecies to species rankother calssify it in the monotypic genus Oxyporhamphus. This taxon is found in the Indo-Pacific region where i ...

                                               

Rhynchorhamphus arabicus

Rhynchorhamphus arabicus or Arabian flyingfish is a halfbeak of the family Hemiramphidae of the order Beloniformes. This is one of the four known species of the genus Rhynchorhamphus and can be found in the Western Indian ocean, near Yemen and So ...

                                               

Rhynchorhamphus malabaricus

Rhynchorhamphus malabaricus or Malabar halfbeak is a halfbeak of the family Hemiramphidae of the order Beloniformes. This is one of the four known species of the genus Rhynchorhamphus and can be found along the Western part of the Indian ocean, f ...

                                               

Rhynchorhamphus naga

Rhynchorhamphus naga is a halfbeak of the family Hemiramphidae of the order Beloniformes. This is one of the four known species of the genus Rhynchorhamphus. Found in the Western Pacific ocean, is actually restricted in Thailand, South China sea ...

                                               

Parasphaerichthys

Parasphaerichthys is a genus of gouramies known only from streams and freshwater pools in the Irrawaddy basin of Myanmar. They are the small gouramies that, depending on the exact species, reach up to 1.9–5 cm in length.

                                               

Alfaro cultratus

Alfaro cultratus, the knife livebearer, is a species of tropical freshwater fish from the family Poeciliidae. It hails from Central America and is often kept in home aquaria.

                                               

Alfaro huberi

Alfaro huberi is a species of killifish, one of the livebearers in the family Poeciliidae, in the New World subfamily Poeciliinae. It is found in clear, fast flowing streams in Central America where it has been recorded from Honduras, Guatemala a ...

                                               

Hispaniolan gambusia

William L. Fink wrote its species description in a 1971 revision of the Gambusia nicaraguensis species group. Some specimens of this species had previously been misidentified as Gambusia dominicensis. Fink named this species after the island of H ...

                                               

Mosquitofish in Australia

The western mosquitofish and the eastern mosquitofish were introduced to Australia in 1925. These spread from the northeast coasts to New South Wales, southern Australia, and parts of Western Australia by 1934. Currently, known populations of wil ...

                                               

Cuban limia

The Cuban limia, also known as banded limia, Cuban molly, Cuban topminnow or tabai is a species of livebearing freshwater fish from the family Poeciliidae. The species is native to Cuba where it was endemic but it has been introduced to Hawaii.

                                               

Humpbacked limia

The humpbacked limia or black-barred limia is a species of poeciliid endemic to Haiti. This species grows to a length of 5.2 centimetres SL. Its natural habitat is streams and lagoons where it is associated with the cover of aquatic plants. It is ...

                                               

Perugias limia

Perugias limia is a small fish of the family Poeciliidae endemic to the Dominican Republic where it occurs in streams. This species grows to a length of 10 centimetres TL. This species was Species description described as Platypoecilus perugiae i ...

                                               

Poecilia elegans

                                               

Poecilia parae

Poecilia parae is a species of fish from the family Poeciliidae which is found in northern South America from Guyana to the mouth of the Amazon River.

                                               

Xiphophorus kosszanderi

Xiphophorus kosszanderi, the speckled platy, is a fish in the family Poeciliidae. It is found in Mexico. Although Fishbase lists this species as valid other authorities regard this taxon as a hybrid between Xiphophorus variatus and X. xiphidium.

                                               

Xiphophorus mayae

Xiphophorus mayae is a fish in the family Poeciliidae. It is found in Central America: eastern Guatemala and western Honduras. This species has red lines on its body which extend on to the upper portion of the caudal fin, males have the lower par ...

                                               

Xiphophorus multilineatus

                                               

Acrochordonichthys falcifer

Acrochordonichthys falcifer is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. It is known only from the Kinabatangan and Segama River drainages, and possibly from the Kayan River drainage, in north-eastern Borneo. A. falcifer falls into the second ...

                                               

Acrochordonichthys guttatus

Acrochordonichthys guttatus is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. It is endemic to Borneo and only known from the Barito River drainage. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other members of its genus can be foun ...

                                               

Acrochordonichthys ischnosoma

Acrochordonichthys ischnosoma is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other members of its genus can be found on Acrochordonichthys. A. ischnosoma is known from the Citarum Rive ...

                                               

Acrochordonichthys mahakamensis

Acrochordonichthys mahakamensis is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other members of its genus can be found on Acrochordonichthys.

                                               

Acrochordonichthys pachyderma

Acrochordonichthys pachyderma is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. It is found in Borneo. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other members of its genus can be found on Acrochordonichthys.

                                               

Acrochordonichthys rugosus

Acrochordonichthys rugosus is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. It inhabits clear, swiftly flowing forested streams of Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other members of its ...

                                               

Acrochordonichthys strigosus

Acrochordonichthys strigosus is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. It is only known from the Indonesian part of Borneo. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other members of its genus can be found on Acrochordoni ...

                                               

Akysis longifilis

Akysis longifilis is a species of catfish belonging to the family Akysidae, the stream catfishes. It is only known to inhabit the Sittang River basin in southern Myanmar. As a small catfish, up to 55 mm 2.2 in standard length, with a dark brown b ...

                                               

Breitensteinia cessator

Breitensteinia cessator is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other species in the genus can be found at Breitensteinia.

                                               

Breitensteinia hypselurus

Breitensteinia hypselurus is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other species in the genus can be found at Breitensteinia.

                                               

Breitensteinia insignis

Breitensteinia insignis is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other species in the genus can be found at Breitensteinia.

                                               

Parakysis anomalopteryx

Parakysis anomalopteryx is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other five members of its genus can be found at Parakysis.

                                               

Parakysis grandis

Parakysis grandis is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other member of its genus can be found at Parakysis.

                                               

Parakysis notialis

Parakysis notialis is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. It was described in 2003. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other five members of its genus can be found at Parakysis.

                                               

Parakysis verrucosus

Parakysis verrucosus is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae. A detailed discussion of this speciess relationship with the other member of its genus can be found at Parakysis.

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