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- Anostomina Günther, 1864 Anostominae
- The Characidae, characids or characins are a family of freshwater subtropical and tropical fish, belonging to the order Characiformes.
- Acestrorhynchus is a genus of about 15 species of characiform fish found only in freshwater in South America, the sole genus in the family Acestrorhynchidae.
- Alestes Arnoldichthys Brycinus Bryconaethiops Clupeocharax Hemigrammopetersius Hydrocynus Ladigesia Micralestes Nannopetersius Petersius Phenacogrammus Rhabdalestes Tricuspidalestes
- Subfamily Characidiinae
- The Hemidontidae is a small family of freshwater characins found in northern South America, south to the Paraná-Paraguay Basin.
- Apareiodon Parodon Saccodon
- They are deep-bodied, silvery fish, measuring up to 84 centimetres in length and weighing up to 18 kilograms .
- Ctenoluciidae , also known as pike-characins, is a small family of freshwater fishes from Panama and South America.
- Chilodontidae is the taxonomic name given to two families :
- The freshwater hatchetfishes are a family, Gasteropelecidae, of ray-finned fish.
- The Lebiasinidae , are a family of freshwater fishes found in Costa Rica, Panama, and South America.
- Curimatidae is a family of freshwater fishes, known as the toothless characins of the order Characiformes.
- Cynodontidae fishes , or dogteeth tetras, are a family of freshwater fishes found in the Neotropics.
- The Erythrinidae, also known as Trahiras, are a family of freshwater fish found in rivers from Costa Rica south as far as Argentina.
- It is an elongate fish with a pike-like body.
- The Prochilodontidae, or flannel-mouthed characins, are a small family of fishes found primarily in the northern half of South America, south to Ecuador and Brazil.
Pictures and facts of the order Characiformes