Cyprinodontidae


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Noun1.Cyprinodontidae - large family of small soft-finned fishes; killifishes; flagfishes; swordtails; guppies
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
cyprinodont - any member of the family Cyprinodontidae
genus Rivulus - killifish
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Trophic differentiation in the phylogenetically young Cyprinodon species flock (Cyprinodontidae, Teleostei) from Laguna Chichancanab (Mexico).
Sex determination and differentiation among uniparental homozygotes of the hermaphroditic fish Rivulus marmoratus (Cyprinodontidae: Atheriniformes).
The distribution, biology, and status of the fishes Campstoma anomalum, Clinostomus elongates, Notropis photogenis (Cyprinidae), and Fundulus notatus (Cyprinodontidae) in Canada.
The increase of bony mass in a small Cyprinodontidae from the Messinian deposit of Monte Tondo (Ravenna, Italy); paleoecological implications.
[22], found in the gall bladder of Aphyosemiom bivittatum (Cyprinodontidae) in Cameroon form fusiform spores, with striated valves and a bulging medial part, but longer (17.7 [micro]m-22.5 [micro]m long).
Aphanius vladykovi, a new species of tooth-carp from the Zagros Mountains of Iran (Osteichthyes: Cyprinodontidae).
Victor, "Effects of pesticide temephos on the gills of Aphanius dispar (Pisces: Cyprinodontidae)," Tissue and Cell, vol.
Esmaeili, "Histological and morphological studies of digestive tube and liver of the persian tooth-carp, Aphanius persicus (Actinopterygii cyprinodontidae)," Journal of Biology, vol.
The fish fauna is characterized by the predominance of Cyprinidae family members with 14 kinds and 20 species and in a lesser extent Cichlidae (5 kinds, 8 species), Mugilidae (3 kinds, 5 species), and Cyprinodontidae (1 kinds, 4 species).