Cobitidae


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Related to Cobitidae: Loaches
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Noun1.Cobitidae - loaches
fish family - any of various families of fish
Cypriniformes, order Cypriniformes - an order of animals including almost entirely freshwater fishes: characins; loaches; carp; suckers; sometimes classified as a suborder of Ostariophysi
loach - slender freshwater fishes of Eurasia and Africa resembling catfishes
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The family Cobitidae includes approximately 177 species and 25 genera and is widely distributed throughout Europe and Asia (Nelson 2006).
Development of microsatellite markers for Leptobotia elongata (Cypriniformes: Cobitidae) using 454 sequencing and cross-species amplification.
Molecular evidence of cryptic diversity in Paracaryophyllaeus (Cestoda: Caryophyllidea), parasites of loaches (Cobitidae) in Eurasia, including description of P.
Concerning to Tripartiella, the type species Tripartiella copiosa Lom, 1959 has been regularly reported on the gills of Cyprinidae and Cobitidae fish throughout the European and Asian continents (Lom and Haldar, 1977; Mitra et al., 2012; Mohilal and Hemananda, 2012).
First report on the spawning behaviour of a golden spined loach, Sabanejewia vallachica (Teleostei: Cobitidae).
Samtliche hier zur Rede stehenden Fische: vingerjas 'Schlammpeitzger', hink 'Steinbeisser' und trulling 'Bachschmerle (Nemacheilus barbatulus)' gehoren der Familie der Steinbeisser (Cobitidae) an, ausserlich sind sich hink und trulling recht ahnlich.
Cobitidae Misgurnus mizolepis Gunther Animal Gadidae Theragra chalcogramma Pallas Mantidae Tenodera angustipennis Saussure Tenodera sinensis Saussure Octopodidae Paroctopus Pleuroceridae dofleini Wulker Semisulcospira coreana Von Martens Semisulcospira forticosta Von Martens Semisulcospira libertina Gould Sergestidae Acetes japonicus Kishinouye Ganodermataceae Ganoderma lucidum (Curtis) P.
Dr Muhammad Rafique said as a result of careful and extensive laboratory work, it was revealed that the species belongs to fish family Cobitidae and is commonly known as Oriental Weather Loach while scientifically named Misgurnus anguillicaudatus.
Prior we were invited for a seminar in Bucharest's "Grigore Antipa" National Museum where the monumental B n rescu - Nalbant collection with over 10,000 specimens, especially of the families Cyprinidae, Cobitidae and Gobiidae, is under the custody of the Museum.