List of freshwater fish of Sri Lanka - Wikipedia

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The Fresh water fish resource of Maharashtra constitutes 6 orders 25 families and 160 species. There are many species like Oriochromis, Grass carp, common carp, silver carp, etc. that have been introduced in the inland water of Maharashtra. The entire region comes under 4 basins viz. Narmada, Tapti, Godavari and Krishna. The following list is arranged taxonomically; the distribution given by many sources given in the reference section.
This page gives a list of all species of  found in the waters of . A separate list of freshwater fish is given at the bottom.
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The following list of freshwater fish species and subspecies known to occur in is primarily taken from Wydoski and Whitney (2003), but some species and subspecies have been added from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) website. Some scientific names have been updated or corrected. Asterisks denote introduced fishes. A total of 108 species and subspecies are listed, 33 of them introduced. The list includes several species, and seven normally marine species-, , , , , , and - that are occasionally found in freshwater. Aug 26, 2011 - This category lists the common names of freshwater fish
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There are 92 species of freshwater fish occur in the country, where 50 of those are . 41% of all known species of fish of Sri Lanka are found in freshwater. There are about 70% of endemism of those fish. Most of them are listed into IUCN categories.Freshwater aquarium fish care information and pictures ordered by freshwater fish species. Click on the picture of the freshwater fish species in the list below for detailed profiles along with comments and tips from fellow freshwater hobbyists.In this section of the site you'll find information about how to keep a number of freshwater fish in aquariums. You can browse our Freshwater Fish profiles either by scientific name or by common name. Choose a species from the list below or click on a letter to see only species beginning with that letter. So you are ready to dive in to the tropical world that is fish keeping? Let me tell you, there is a lot of information out there, and a lot of fish too. If this is your first ever home aquarium, and you have never kept fish before, then this article is going to be the best possible starting point. We have conjured up a list of 13 tropical , that are perfect for both beginners, and advanced fishkeepers alike. Let’s take a look at what constitutes a good ‘freshwater fish for beginners’.The following is a list of the freshwater fish species of Greece. The list includes all the known species, with their valid scientific names, their official common Greek names and any sub-species.Originating from the tropical region of Southeast Asia, the Kuhli loach is an eel like fish which, because of it’s size, ability to adapt to water changes, and the fact that it is peaceful, has made it’s way into our list of best freshwater fish.A colorful freshwater aquarium fish that are perfect for beginners are Guppies. Although the behaviour and characteristics tend to be the same from fish to fish , Guppies come in a wide range of colours. They are a hardy fish, and they can eat regular fish flakes. However, like many fish on this list, they can also eat frozen (or live) , blood worms, and Daphnia. The fact that Guppies can go over a week without food, shows how hardy they are.Although they may take a while to settle into their new tank, Cherry Barbs are the perfect freshwater fish for a home aquarium for all of the reasons listed above. They can tolerate big changes in water parameters, they are friendly, they only grow to around 2 inches long and in general, they are an easy fish to take care of. As one of the most endangered species of fish in the wild, the Cherry Barb is still a favourite within the fishkeeping community, thanks to it’s bright, eye catching colours, and it’s entertainment value. They are a very active fish, and once they become accustomed to their new surroundings, they will be very active and fun to watch.