Demersal fish - Fish living in the demersal environment

Demersal fish live on or near the bottom of the sea or lakes. In coastal waters they are found on or near the continental shelf, and in deep waters they are found on or near the continental slope or along the continental rise.

Order Acipenseriformes

Baikal sturgeon - Its roe is increasingly used to make caviar, namely with farmed Siberian sturgeons.

Short-nosed little sturgeon - The species is sometimes mistaken for juvenile Atlantic sturgeon, as adults of this species are similar in size to juveniles of that species.

Dabry's Sturgeon

Lake sturgeon - The lake sturgeon has taste buds on and around its barbels near its rubbery, prehensile lips.

Azov-black sea sturgeon

Sakhalin sturgeon - The Sakhalin sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.

Adriatic sturgeon - Its natural habitat is rivers.

Fringebarbel sturgeon - The bastard sturgeon, fringebarbel sturgeon, ship sturgeon, spiny sturgeon, or thorn sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.

Gulf sturgeon - Acipenser oxyrinchus is a species of sturgeon with two subspecies:

Persian sturgeon - The Persian Sturgeon has an elongated, bulky body with a bluish tint.

Sterlet sturgeon - This sturgeon inhabits rivers that flow into the following seas: Caspian, Black, Azov, Baltic, White, Barents, Kara, and inhabits both the Black and Caspian seas, and ascends rivers to a greater distance from the sea than any of the other sturgeons; thus, for instance, it is not uncommon in the Danube at Vienna, but specimens have been caught as high up as Regensburg and Ulm.

Amur sturgeon - The Amur sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.

Chinese sturgeon - It is thought to have lived at the same time as dinosaurs, dating back to a period 140 million years ago.

Starry sturgeon - It is an important commercial species.

Sturgeon - The wedge-shaped head of this sturgeon ends in a long point.

Columbia sturgeon - It is the largest freshwater fish in North America and is the third largest species of sturgeon, after the Beluga and the Kaluga.

Kaluga - Kaluga caviar comes from the Kaluga "River Beluga" sturgeon.

Mississippi paddlefish - Once common throughout the Midwest, overfishing and habitat changes have caused major population declines; both the meat and roe of the paddlefish are desirable as food.

Chinese swordfish - Chinese Paddlefish, Psephurus gladius , also known as Chinese Swordfish, are among the largest freshwater fish.

Syr Darya sturgeon - The Syr Darya sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.

Dwarf sturgeon - The dwarf sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.

Amu Darya sturgeon - The Amu Darya sturgeon or false shovelnose sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.

Pallid sturgeon - The pallid sturgeon is an endangered species of ray-finned fish, endemic to the waters of the Missouri and lower Mississippi River basins of the United States.

Sand Sturgeon - The shovelnose sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus platorynchus, is the smallest species of freshwater sturgeon native to the United States of America.

Alabama sturgeon - The Alabama sturgeon was first proposed for protected status in the early 1990s, although by then the fish was already so rare its survival was uncertain.

Order Albuliformes

Threadfin bonefish

Order Amiiformes

Beaverfish - Bowfins are found throughout eastern North America, typically in slow-moving backwaters and ox-bow lakes.

Order Anguilliformes

Acromycter nezumi

Allips concolor

Anarchias euryurus

Minute moray

Anarchias longicaudis

Anarchias maldiviensis

Anarchias supremus

African mottled eel

Indian short-finned eel - Anguilla bicolor is a species of eel in the genus Anguilla of the family Anguillidae consisting of two sub-species.

Anguilla breviceps

New Zealand longfin eel

Highlands long-finned eel

Japanese eel - Populations of the Japanese eel, along with anguillid eel populations worldwide, have declined drastically in recent years.

Giant mottled eel - This anguillid species can be found from East Africa to French Polynesia and north to southern Japan.

Polynesian longfin eel

African longfin eel

Mottled eel

Anguilla nigricans

South Pacific eel

Speckled longfin eel - The long-finned eel is a native of New Guinea, eastern Australia , Lord Howe Island, and New Caledonia.

Eel - The eel lives in fresh water and only leaves this habitat to enter the Atlantic ocean for spawning.

Fangtooth snake-eel

Snaggle-toothed snake-eel

Academy eel

European finless eel

Finless eel

Apterichtus gracilis

Apterichtus gymnocelus

Finless eel

Apterichtus keramanus

Sharpsnout snake eel

Apterichtus monodi

Apterichtus moseri

Apterichtus orientalis

Sea conger

Longtrunk conger

Ariosoma coquettei

Ariosoma major

Large-eye conger

Ariosoma meeki

Ariosoma megalops

Melliss's Conger

Ariosoma nancyae

Ariosoma nigrimanum

Ariosoma obud

Ariosoma ophidiophthalmus

Ariosoma selenops

Emaciated worm eel

Sooty eel

Sooty sand-eel

Bascanichthys ceciliae

Bascanichthys congoensis

Round sand-eel

Indian longtailed sand-eel

Bascanichthys fijiensis

Bascanichthys filaria

Bascanichthys inopinatus

Longtailed sand-eel

Bascanichthys longipinnis

Bascanichthys myersi

Panama sand-eel

Bascanichthys paulensis

Bascanichthys pusillus

Bascanichthys sibogae

Hairy conger - The hairy conger, Bassanago hirsutus, is a conger of the family Congridae, found around southern Australia, and New Zealand.

Bathycongrus trilineatus

Bathymyrus simus

Blachea xenobranchialis

Long-toothed false moray

Brachysomophis atlanticus

Brachysomophis longipinnis

Brachysomophis porphyreus

Brachysomophis umbonis

Twostripe snake eel

Callechelys bitaeniata

Sandy ridgefin eel

Spotted ridgefin eel

Callechelys galapagensis

Shorttail snake eel

Callechelys leucoptera

Yellow-spotted snake-eel

Blotched snake eel

Callechelys papulosa

Callechelys randalli

Ridgefin eel

Channomuraena bauchotae

Shortsnout conger

Chiloconger philippinensis

Flatnose xenocongrid eel

Stripesnout false moray

Bicolor false moray

Mottled false moray

Chlopsis kazuko

Chlopsis olokun

Cirrhimuraena calamus

Cirrhimuraena cheilopogon

Cirrhimuraena chinensis

Inhaca fringelip

Cirrhimuraena oliveri

Cirrhimuraena orientalis

Cirrhimuraena paucidens

Fringelip snake-eel

Cirrhimuraena tapeinoptera

Cirrhimuraena yuanding

Cirricaecula macdowelli

Cirrimaxilla formosa - Cirrimaxilla formosa is a species of saltwater eels, the only member of the genus Cirrimaxilla of the Muraenidae family.

Conger erebennus

Beach conger

Whitespotted conger

American conger

Argentine conger

Conger philippinus

Yellow pike conger

Indian pike conger

Red pike-conger

Guayana pike-conger

Dalophis boulengeri

Armless snake-eel

Dalophis multidentatus

Dalophis obtusirostris

Mud-dwelling moray

Head-band conger

Arrowtooth eel

Dysomma bucephalus

Dysomma dolichosomatum

Dysomma goslinei

Dysomma longirostrum

Dysomma melanurum

Dysomma muciparus

Dysomma opisthoproctus

Dysomma polycatodon

Dysomma tridens

Dysommina proboscideus

Painted eel

Echidna amblyodon

Moray

Pebbletooth moray

Pink-lipped moray eel

Echidna xanthospilos

Spoon-nose eel

Spotted spoon-nose eel

Fangtooth moray - The Fangtooth Moray is distinctive for its bright yellow colouring and elongated jaw, which is filled with a large number of long "glasslike" teeth.

Chestnut moray - The Caribbean chestnut moray inhabits coral and rocky reefs.

Enchelycore nycturanus

Indifferent eel

Ordinary eel

Ethadophis epinepheli

Ethadophis foresti

Snack eel

Facciolella castlei

Facciola's sorcerer

Glenoglossa wassi

Longeye conger

Southern conger

Hardtail conger

Gnathophis codoniphorus

Gnathophis grahami

Little conger eel - The little conger eel or silver conger, Gnathophis habenatus, is a conger of the family Congridae, found on soft bottoms of the continental shelf of the Indian and southwest Pacific Oceans.

Gnathophis heterolinea

Gnathophis longicauda

Gnathophis macroporis

Gnathophis melanocoelus

Thinlip conger

Gnathophis nasutus

Gnathophis nystromi ginanago

Gnathophis smithi

Umbrella conger - The umbrella conger, Gnathophis umbrellabius, is a conger of the family Congridae, found on soft bottoms of the continental shelf of the southwest Pacific Ocean.

Gnathophis xenica

Gordiichthys

Irksome eel

Horsehair eel

Sting eel

Rope eel

Gorgasia barnesi

Gorgasia cotroneii

Speckled garden-eel

Hawaiian garden eel

Gorgasia inferomaculata

Pacific spaghetti eel

Klausewitz' garden eel

Dotted garden eel

Gorgasia sillneri

Sharp-nose garden eel

Dark moray

Gymnothorax angusticauda

Gymnothorax angusticeps

Gymnothorax annasona

Gymnothorax annulatus

Atoll moray

South Pacific moray

Southern moray

Head-spot moray

Gymnothorax dorsalis

Spotted-tail moray

Gymnothorax formosus

Gymnothorax herrei

Lichen moray

Gymnothorax intesi

Whitespotted moray

Blacktail moray

Sharktooth moray

Spotjaw moray

Gymnothorax mccoskeri

Oman moray

Gymnothorax microspila

Gymnothorax microstictus

Moray eel

California moray - California moray

Gymnothorax mucifer

Eastern island moray

Gymnothorax neglectus

Snowflake-patched moray

Grey moray - The grey moray, Gymnothorax nubilus, is a moray eel of the genus Gymnothorax, found around the offshore islands off Northland and the Bay of Plenty on the North Island of New Zealand.

Nutting's moray

Gymnothorax parini

Gymnothorax phalarus

Ghost moray

Gymnothorax philippinus

Pike's moray

Polygon moray

Manyvertebrae moray

Lowfin moray

Sawtooth moray

Gymnothorax pseudoherrei

Gymnothorax randalli

Gymnothorax sagenodeta

Gymnothorax sagmacephalus

Honeycomb moray - The ocellated moray, Gymnothorax saxicola, is a species of moray eel from the Western Atlantic.

Gymnothorax serratidens

Gymnothorax sokotrensis

Freshwater moray

Brown moray

Gymnothorax vagrans

White-edged moray

Y-bar moray

Hemerorhinus heyningi

Hemerorhinus opici

Mustachioed snake-eel

Heteroconger balteatus

Heteroconger camelopardalis

White-ring garden eel

Heteroconger chapmani

Garden eel - They occur in colonies, on sloping sand bottoms.

Heteroconger enigmaticus

Galapagos garden eel

Pale-ear garden eel - Masked Garden Eel is a type of marine fish that lives in the Pacific Ocean.

Yellow garden eel

Heteroconger obscurus

Speckled garden eel

Black garden eel

Zebra garden eel

Taylor's garden eel

Heteroconger

Heteroconger tricia

Pike-conger eel

Silver pikeconger

Hoplunnis punctata

Hoplunnis schmidti

Hoplunnis sicarius

Flabby snake eel

Sharpnose sand-eel

Oman snake eel

Ichthyapus platyrhynchus

Smiling sand-eel

Snub-nose snake eel

Freshwater snake-eel

Lamnostoma mindora

Ocellated sand-eel

Lamnostoma taylori

Slender worm-eel

Letharchus aliculatus

Sailfin snake-eel

Sailfin eel

Forgetful snake eel

Acned snake-eel

Lumiconger arafura

Macrocephenchelys brevirostris

Malvoliophis pinguis

Mosaic worm eel

Redface moray - The redface moray, Monopenchelys acuta, is a species of saltwater eels, the only member of the genus Monopenchelys of the Muraenidae family.

Bengal spaghetti-eel

Moringua bicolor

Penn's thrush eel

Purple spaghetti-eel

Muraena appendiculata

Muraena insularum

Honeycomb moray

Whitespot moray

Stout moray

Common pike conger - The females lay the eggs off the coasts of Australia; the eggs take 9–10 weeks to hatch.

Muraenichthys elerae

Iredale's worm eel

Muraenichthys macrostomus

Muraenichthys philippinensis

Muraenichthys thompsoni

Longfin spotted snake-eel

Myrichthys bleekeri

Magnificent snake eel

Leopard eel

Myrichthys xysturus

Red eel

Myroconger nigrodentatus

Longfin worm eel

Myrophis cheni

Myrophis microchir

Broadnose worm eel

Leaden worm eel

African spoon-nose eel

Fintail serpent eel

Neenchelys daedalus

Neenchelys microtretus

Neenchelys retropinna

Ridged eel

Neoconger tuberculatus

Neoconger vermiformis

Highfin snake eel

Thin snake eel

Bluntnose snake-eel

Ophichthus asakusae

Ophichthus brasiliensis

Ophichthus brevicaudatus

Ophichthus celebicus

Margined snake-eel

Dusky snake eel

Ophichthus echeloides

Ophichthus episcopus

Ophichthus evermanni

Ophichthus fasciatus

Death-banded snake-eel

Ophichthus garretti

Shrimp eel

Ophichthus grandoculis

Faintsaddled snake eel

Ophichthus kunaloa

Ophichthus limkouensis

Slender snake eel

Ophichthus macrops

Ophichthus maculatus

Ophichthus madagascariensis

Ophichthus manilensis

Shorthead snake-eel

Longarmed snake eel

Ophichthus megalops

Blackpored eel

Ophichthus melope

Ophichthus menezesi

Dottedline snake eel

Hollandse slangaal

Ophichthus parilis

Palespotted eel

Ornate Snake Eel

Punctuated snake-eel

Snake eel

Ophichthus roseus

Ophichthus rotundus

Rufus snake-eel

Ophichthus rutidoderma

Slender snake-eel

Ophichthus singapurensis

Antillean snake-eel

Ophichthus stenopterus

Ophichthus tchangi

Ophichthus tsuchidae

Plain snake-eel

Ophichthus urolophus

Ophichthus woosuitingi

Yellow snake-eel

Ophisurus macrorhynchos

Eel - The serpent eel or sand snake-eel, Ophisurus serpens, is an eel of the genus Ophisurus, found in the eastern Atlantic, western Mediterranean, western Indian Ocean, western Pacific, and the north east coast of North Island in New Zealand.

Shorttail pike conger

Panturichthys fowleri

Mauritanian shortface eel

Panturichthys longus

Parabathymyrus macrophthalmus

Flapnose conger

Californian conger

Paraconger guianensis

Blackspot conger

Guinean conger

Paraconger ophichthys

Shorttail conger

Pouch snake eel

Sailfin eel

Paruroconger drachi

Short-maned Sand Eel

Elastic eel

Phyllophichthus macrurus

Pisodonophis copelandi

Marble-toothed snake-eel

Pisodonophis hijala

Hoeven's snake eel

Pisodonophis hypselopterus

Pisodonophis semicinctus

Poeciloconger kapala

Powellichthys ventriosus

Pseudomyrophis atlanticus

Slender worm eel

Diminutive worm eel

Smallfin worm-eel

Elongate worm eel

Pacific mud eel

Pythonichthys macrurus

Pythonichthys microphthalmus

Smallfish snake-eel

Ophichthus

Rhinophichthus penicillatus

Rhynchoconger ectenurus

Conger eel

Rhynchoconger guppyi

Bignose conger

Rhynchoconger squaliceps

Robinsia catherinae

Longface eel

Blacktail duckbill

Saurenchelys finitimus

Saurenchelys lateromaculatus

Scalanago lateralis

Scolecenchelys acutirostris

Shortfinned worm eel

Scolecenchelys borealis

Scolecenchelys chilensis

Scolecenchelys cookei

Scolecenchelys erythraeensis

Scolecenchelys godeffroyi

Scolecenchelys japonica

Scolecenchelys nicholsae

Scolecenchelys okamurai

Scolecenchelys puhioilo

Scolecenchelys tasmaniensis

Shortfinned worm eel

Orangehead worm-eel

Seale's moray eel

Short-tailed viper-eel

Skythrenchelys lentiginosa

Skythrenchelys zabra

Sphagebranchus cinctus

Sphagebranchus kuro

Stictorhinus potamius

Slender conger

Threadtail conger

Uropterygius genie

Uropterygius golanii

Uropterygius nagoensis

Two-holes moray

Uropterygius wheeleri

Venefica tentaculata

Xenomystax bidentatus

Xestochilus nebulosus

Xyrias guineensis

Speckled snake eel

Xyrias revulsus

Yirrkala chaselingi

Yirrkala fusca

Yirrkala gjellerupi

Yirrkala insolitus

Yirrkala kaupii

Earthworm snake-eel

Yirrkala macrodon

Yirrkala maculata

Yirrkala maculatus

Yirrkala misolensis

Yirrkala moluccensis

Yirrkala moorei

Thin sand-eel

Order Ateleopodiformes

Guentherus katoi

Jellynose

Ijimaia fowleri

Order Atheriniformes

Culion silverside

Cairns rainbowfish - The cairns rainbowfish is a species of fish in the Melanotaeniidae family.

Chilatherina pricei

Threadfin rainbowfish - It is native to freshwater swamps and demersal or thickly vegetated areas of flowing waters, in tropical Australia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea.

Short-snout hardyhead

Glass blue-eye

Neostethus amaricola

Silverside

Phenacostethus trewavasae

Spotted blue-eye

Delicate blue-eye

Order Aulopiformes

Eastern Pacific flagfin

Guinean flagfin

Aulopus curtirostris

Aulopus damasi

Aulopus microps

Aulopus milesii

Bathysauroides gigas

Chlorophthalmus albatrossis

Chlorophthalmus borealis

Chlorophthalmus mento

Chlorophthalmus nigromarginatus

Smallfinned Bombay duck - The Harpadon microchir is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-Pacific.

Harpadon squamosus - The Harpadon squamosus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the coasts around India

Glassy bombay duck - The Glassy Bombay Duck lizardfish which is also known as Harpadon translucens is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives in the mainly in the Indo-West Pacific

Christmas Island pike smelt

Ringed barracudina

Longnose greeneye

Paraulopus atripes

Cucumber fish - The cucumber fish, Paraulopus nigripinnis, is a grinner of the genus Paraulopus, found around southern Australia and New Zealand on the continental shelf at depths of between 80 and 600 m.

Paraulopus oblongus

Pseudotrichonotus altivelis

Pseudotrichonotus xanthotaenia

Shortfin saury - The Shortfin saury lizardfish which is also known as Saurida argentea is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Western Pacific

Brazilian lizardfish - The Brazilian lizardfish which is also known as Saurida brasiliensis is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Atlantic

Smallscale lizardfish - The Smallscale lizardfish which is also known as Saurida caribbaea is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Western Atlantic

Slender lizardfish - The Slender lizardfish which is also known as Saurida elongata is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Northwest Pacific.

Filamentous saury

Shortjaw saury - The Shortjaw saury is a type of Lizardfish that lives mainly in the pacific

Longfin lizardfish - The Longfin Lizardfish is a type of Lizardfish that lives mainly in the Indian Ocean

Shortfin lizardfish - The Saurida microlepis is a type of Lizardfish that lives across the oceans of the world.

Saurida pseudotumbil - Saurida pseudotumbil are a type of Lizard Fish Synodontidae that live primarily off the coast of India.

Suspicious lizardfish - The Suspicious lizardfish also known as Saurida suspicio is a type of Lizardfish that lives mainly in the Caribbean

Wanieso lizardfish - The Wanieso lizardfish is a type of lizardfish also known as Saurida wanieso that lives in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans .

Synodus amaranthus - The Synodus amaranthus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Central Pacific.

Capricorn lizardfish - The Capricorn lizardfish which is also known as Synodus capricornis, is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Pacific Ocean.

Inotted lizardfish - The Inotted lizardfish which is also known as Synodus evermanni is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Pacific.

Red lizard fish - The Synodus falcatus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Central Pacific.

Synodus fuscus - The Synodus fuscus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Northwest Pacific.

Synodus gibbsi - The Synodus gibbsi is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indian Ocean and India.

Blackear lizardfish - The Blackear lizardfish which is also known as Synodus hoshinonis is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.

Synodus janus - The Synodus janus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Pacific

Gunther's lizard fish - The Gunther's lizardfish which is also known as Synodus kaianus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that seems to live mainly in the Pacific Ocean this fish species is extremely rare and so far only one specimen has been found in Hawaii.

Lobel's lizardfish - The Synodus lobeli is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Northwest Pacific .

Triplecross lizardfish - The Triplecross lizardfish which is also known as Synodus macrops is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.

Lizardfish - The Synodus marchenae is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that is found in the highest concentrations in the Southeast Pacific .

Largeeye lizardfish - The Synodus oculeus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Western Pacific.

Speartoothed grinner - The Speartoothed grinner lizardfish which is also known as Synodus sageneus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.

Shorthead lizardfish - The Shorthead lizardfish which is also known as Synodus scituliceps is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Pacific

Sechura lizardfish - The Sechura lizardfish which is also known as Synodus sechurae is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the eastern pacific.

Tail-bar lizardfish - The Synodus tectus lizardfish is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.

Synodus usitatus - The Synodus usitatus lizardfish is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the indo-west pacific.

Order Batrachoidiformes

Frogfish

Allenbatrachus meridionalis

Singapore toadfish

Amphichthys hildebrandi

Amphichthys rubigenis

Aphos porosus

Puzzled toadfish

Boulenger's toadfish

Large-eye toadfish

Mexican freshwater toadfish

Hairy toadfish

Cotuero toadfish - The cotuero toadfish is a species of fish in the Batrachoididae family.

Pacuma toadfish

Walker's toadfish

Walter's toadfish

Batrachomoeus dahli

Frogfish

Western frogfish

Batrachomoeus rubricephalus

White-ribbed toadfish

Snakehead toadfish

Pleated toadfish

Two-faced toadfish

Chocolate toadfish

Humpback toadfish

Flat toadfish

Dow's toadfish

Daector gerringi

Daector quadrizonatus

Reticulated toadfish

Schmitt's toadfish

Lusitanian toadfish

Halophryne hutchinsi

Ocellated frogfish

Queensland toadfish

Opsanus brasiliensis

Bicolor toadfish

Scarecrow toadfish

Guinean toadfish

Perulibatrachus kilburni

Rossignol toadfish

Darkedge midshipman

Saddle midshipman

Greene's midshipman

Porichthys kymosemeum

Daisy midshipman

Mimetic midshipman

Specklefin midshipman

Midshipman

Smalleye midshipman

Porichthys oculofrenum

Porichthys pauciradiatus

Atlantic midshipman

Atlantic midshipman

Potamobatrachus trispinosus

Broadbodied toadfish

Whitelined toadfish

Reticulated toadfish

Thalassophryne amazonica

Thalassophryne megalops

Copper Joe

Thalassophryne punctata

Toadfish

Toadfish

Triathalassothia lambaloti

Order Beloniformes

Pacific silverstripe halfbeak

Order Beryciformes

Centroberyx rubricaudus

Red Roman

Monocentris neozelanicus

Pinecone fish

Myripristis formosa

Whitespot soldierfish

Myripristis kochiensis

Myripristis robusta

Little soldierfish

Whitetip soldierfish - Myripristis vittata is a Soldierfish from the Indo-Pacific.

Redcoat

Golden perch

Big-eye soldierfish

Paratrachichthys atlanticus

Paratrachichthys novaezelandicus

Paratrachichthys pulsator

Parmops coruscans

Gulf flashlightfish

Cook Islands Flashlightfish

Sargocentron marisrubri

Tinsel squirrelfish

Little pineapple fish - The little pineapple fish, Sorosichthys ananassa, is a small slimehead of the family Trachichthyidae, the only member of the genus Sorosichthys, found in the eastern Indian Ocean, on the continental shelf of the southwestern coasts of Western Australia and South Australia, at depths of between 50 and 70 m.

Order Carcharhiniformes

Brown catshark - Brown catsharks have long, slender bodies with broad, bell-shaped snouts.

Atelomycterus baliensis - Atelomycterus baliensis, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only from the Indonesian island of Bali.

Banded sand catshark - The banded sand catshark, Atelomycterus fasciatus, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the Indo-West Pacific Ocean endemic to northern Australia between latitudes 10° S and 21° S, at depths of between 27 and 120 m.

Black-spotted cat shark - The Australian blackspotted catshark, Aulohalaelurus labiosus, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae in the order Carcharhiniformes, endemic to Western Australia in the eastern Indian Ocean between latitudes 28° S and 36° S.

Borneo shark - The Borneo shark is evaluated as Endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

Creek whaler - It is viviparous.

Pondicherry shark - The Pondicherry shark, Carcharhinus hemiodon is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the Indo-West Pacific Ocean between latitudes 25° N and 13° S.

Eventooth shark - The finetooth shark, Carcharhinus isodon, is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, found in the western Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina to Brazil.

Smooth tooth blacktip shark - The only known specimen measures 75 cm long.

Shark - The smalltail shark, Carcharhinus porosus, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the western Atlantic Ocean between latitudes 32° N and 36° S.

Australian swellshark - The Australian swellshark or draughtboard shark is a species of catshark, family Scyliorhinidae, endemic to southern Australia.

Swell shark - The balloon shark, Cephaloscyllium sufflans, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the western Indian Ocean from Mozambique and Natal, South Africa, between latitudes 19° S and 28° S, at depths of between 40 and 600 m.

Swellshark - It grows to about 100 centimeters The swellshark's appearance resembles that of the leopard shark in that it has spots.

Harlequin cat shark - The harlequin catshark, Ctenacis fehlmanni, is a finback catshark of the family Proscylliidae, the only member of the genus Ctenacis, found in the western Indian Ocean off Somalia at depths of between 70 and 170 m.

Whiskery shark - Reproduction is ovoviviparous, with 5 to 24 pups in a litter, 20 to 25 cm long at birth.

Blacktip sawtail cat shark - The blacktip sawtail catshark, Galeus sauteri, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the western Pacific, at depths of between 60 and 90 m.

Irrawaddy river shark - The Irrawaddy river shark, Glyphis siamensis, is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, known only from a single museum specimen originally caught at the mouth of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar.

Sailback hound shark - Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Speckled cat shark - The speckled catshark, Halaelurus boesemani, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae, found in the Gulf of Aden and off Somalia, also known around Viet Nam, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Western Australia, between latitudes 21° N and 26° S, at depths of between 40 and 250 m.

Banded catshark - The lined catshark, Halaelurus lineatus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae, found from Beira, Mozambique to East London, South Africa between latitudes 19° S and 31° S, from the surface to 290 m.

Indonesian Speckled Catshark

Quagga cat shark - The quagga catshark is found on the continental shelves, on or near the bottom.

Halaelurus sellus

Dark shy shark - The dark shyshark or pretty happy, Haploblepharus pictus, is a species of catshark, family Scyliorhinidae, endemic to the temperate waters off southern Namibia and western South Africa.

Australian weasel shark - The Australian weasel shark, Hemigaleus australiensis, is a weasel shark of the family Hemigaleidae, found in the tropical eastern Indian Ocean to the Western Pacific including Australia, at depths of between 12 and 170 m.

Snaggletooth shark - Coloration is light grey or bronzy with no prominent markings.

Sicklefin hound shark - The sicklefin hound shark, Hemitriakis falcata, is a rare hound shark of the family Triakidae endemic to Western Australia.

Japanese topeshark - The Japanese topeshark, Hemitriakis japanica, is a hound shark of the family Triakidae, reaching lengths of up to 1.

Whitefin tope shark - The whitefin topeshark is tropical shark which inhabits coastal waters.

Blacktip houndshark - The blacktip tope, Hypogaleus hyugaensis, is a hound shark of the family Triakidae, the only member of the genus Hypogaleus, found in deep water on the continental shelf in the Indo-West Pacific from East Africa to Japan, at depths of between 40 and 230 m.

Daggernose shark - The daggernose shark, Isogomphodon oxyrhynchus, is a little-known species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, and the only extant member of its genus.

Broadfin shark - The broadfin shark, Lamiopsis temminckii, the only member of the genus Lamiopsis, is a shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific oceans between latitudes 24° N and 4° S, from the surface to 50 m.

Barbeled hound shark - The barbeled houndshark, Leptocharias smithii, is a species of ground shark and the only member of the family Leptochariidae.

Smooth-hound

Grey smooth-hound - The grey smooth-hound, Mustelus californicus, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the subtropical eastern Pacific from northern California to the Gulf of California between latitudes 40° N and 23° N, from the surface to 200 m.

Sharpnose smooth hound - The sharptooth smooth-hound dwells on the bottom, feeding on crustaceans, particularly shrimps.

Striped smooth hound - Reproduction is Ovoviviparous, with length at birth up to 39 cm.

Japanese gray smooth hound - The spotless smooth-hound, Mustelus griseus, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the northwest Pacific between latitudes 40° N and 11° N, from the surface to 300 m.

Brown smooth-hound - Reproduction is viviparous.

Smalleye smooth hound - Reproduction is viviparous, with 1 to 7 pups in a litter.

Sicklefin smooth-hound - Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Smooth hound - The speckled smooth-hound, Mustelus mento, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the subtropical eastern Pacific between latitudes 0° and 54° S, at depths of from 16 to 50 m.

Arabian smooth hound - The Arabian smooth-hound, Mustelus mosis, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the tropical western Indian Ocean from the Red Sea and East Africa to the Maldives, India and Sri Lanka between latitudes 30° N and 7° N, at depths of between 20 and 250 m.

Florida smoothhound - The narrowfin smooth-hound , Mustelus norrisi, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the subtropical western Atlantic from Florida and the northern Gulf of Mexico to Venezuela, and also southern Brazil, between latitudes 32° N and 36° S, from the surface to 100 m.

Smoothound - Reproduction is Ovoviviparous.

Narrownose smooth hound - Narrownose smooth-hounds feed on crabs and probably other crustaceans, and presumably small fishes.

Humpback smooth hound - The humpback smooth-hound, Mustelus whitneyi, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the tropical southeast Pacific from Peru to southern Chile between latitudes 3° S and 54° S, at depths of between 15 and 210 m.

Requiem shark - It is viviparous, with 5 young in a litter, the size at birth being about 53 cm.

Whitetip weasel shark - Reproduction is viviparous.

Slender weasel shark - The slender weasel shark is a harmless Viviparous species, about which little is known.

Straighttooth weasel shark - Reproduction is viviparous.

Filetail catshark - Filetail catsharks get their name from the toothlike projections on its skin.

Striped cat shark - The striped catshark is a distinctive animal having a head and body pale grey with dark grey to blue longitudinal stripes.

Graceful cat shark - The graceful catshark, Proscyllium habereri, is a finback catshark of the family Proscylliidae, found in the western Pacific Ocean, from southeastern Japan to Viet Nam and northwestern Java, at depths of between 50 and 100 m.

Brazilian sharpnose shark - The Brazilian sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon lalandii, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the tropical waters of the western Atlantic Ocean between latitudes 13° N and 33° S, at depths of between 3 and 70 m.

Atlantic sharpnose shark - The Atlantic sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon terraenovae, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the subtropical waters of the western Atlantic Ocean between latitudes 43° N and 25° S, at depths of from 10 to 280 m.

Narrowmouth cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Red-spotted cat shark - Redspotted catsharks range in length from 30 to 66 cm, although these sizes are taken from captured sharks, and it is believed that they may grow larger than this.

Smallspotted catshark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Yellow-spotted cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Nurse hound - Reproduction is oviparous.

Freckled cat shark - The freckled catshark, Scyliorhinus haeckelii, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found on the continental shelf and upper slope from the western Atlantic from western Venezuela, Suriname, Brazil, and Uruguay between latitudes 11° N and 32° S.

Izu cat shark - The Izu cat shark, Scyliorhinus tokubee, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only around Japan, at depths down to 100 m.

Cloudy cat shark - The cloudy catshark, Scyliorhinus torazame, is a species of catshark, family Scyliorhinidae, found on the outer continental shelves and upper continental slopes of the northwestern Pacific Ocean to a depth of 320 m .

Flapnose houndshark - The flapnose houndshark, Scylliogaleus quecketti, is a hound shark of the family Triakidae, the only member of the genus Scylliogaleus, found from subtropical South Africa, in the western Indian Ocean between latitudes 27° S and 33° S.

Scalloped bonnethead - Probably the smallest species of hammerhead shark, the scalloped bonnethead measures up to 92 cm long.

Scoophead shark - One of the smaller hammerheads, the scoophead measures 150 cm long; adult males measure 90 cm long and adult females 100-133 cm.

Smooth hound - Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Smooth hound - Reproduction is ovoviviparous, with about 14 pups to a litter, and size at birth 30 to 40 cm.

Spotted gullyshark - Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Leopard shark - The leopard shark is a species of houndshark, family Triakidae, found along the Pacific coast of North America from the U.

Order Ceratodontiformes

Queensland lungfish - Fossil records of this group date back 380 million years, around the time when the higher vertebrate classes were beginning to evolve.

Order Cetomimiformes

Cetomimus compunctus

Order Characiformes

Anostomoides passionis

Astyanax janeiroensis

Astyanax paris

Characin

Spottail

Caenotropus labyrinthicus

Caenotropus maculosus

Gold-tailed tetra

Chilodus gracilis

Citharidium ansorgii

Citharinus eburneensis

Moon fish

Creagrutus tuyuka

Distichodus brevipinnis

Grass-eater

Naked characin - The naked characin is a species of fish in the Characidae family.

Gymnocorymbus bondi

Kafue pike - It is an elongate fish with a pike-like body.

Tiger-fish

Tiger fish

Microcharacidium eleotrioides

Nannocharax procatopus

Nannocharax rubrolabiatus

Oligosarcus perdido

Paradistichodus dimidiatus

Paragoniates alburnus

African pike characin

Piabucina astrigata

Piabucina aureoguttata

Piabucina boruca

Piabucina elongata

Piabucina erythrinoides

Piabucina festae

Piabucina unitaeniata

Pacu - Pacú , pez chato , mbiraí, or piraí, is a South American ray-finned fish that is endemic to the Paraguay-Paraná River basin, though it has been introduced by aquaculture activities in a wider area.

Pseudocurimata boehlkei

Pseudocurimata boulengeri

Pseudocurimata lineopunctata

Pseudocurimata patiae

Pseudocurimata peruana

Pseudocurimata troschelii

Tetragonopterus argenteus

Tetragonopterus chalceus

Tometes lebaili

Long-finned glass tetra

Order Chimaeriformes

Elephant fish - The elephantfish is a species of fish in the Callorhinchidae family.

Cape elephantfish - The Cape elephantfish, josef, or st.

Ghost shark - It is found off southern Australia, and south of East Cape and Kaipara Harbour in New Zealand, at depths of 200 meters to 500 meters.

Hydrolagus barbouri - The ninespot chimaera, Hydrolagus barbouri, is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Angel fish - The spotted ratfish has a very distinct appearance compared to unrelated fish species.

Hydrolagus macrophthalmus - The bigeye chimaera is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Striped rabbitfish - These 40-cm long fishes have an unusual appearance; they have wing-like pectoral fins, a pointed dorsal fin and a long whip-like tail.

Spookfish - Hydrolagus mitsukurii is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Order Clupeiformes

Sundasalanx mekongensis

Sundasalanx microps

Dwarf noodlefish

Order Coelacanthiformes

Coelacanth - The average weight of the living West Indian Ocean coelacanth, Latimeria chalumnae, is 80 kg , and they can reach up to 2 m in length.

Latimeria menadoensis - On September 18, 1997, Arnaz and Mark Erdmann, traveling in Indonesia on their honeymoon, saw a strange fish enter the market at Manado Tua, on the island of Sulawesi.

Order Cypriniformes

Abbottina liaoningensis - Abbottina liaoningensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Abbottina.

Aborichthys elongatus

Aborichthys garoensis

Aborichthys kempi

Mottled loach

Acanthocobitis rubidipinnis

Tiger loach

Acanthocobitis zonalternans

Acanthopsoides delphax

Acanthopsoides gracilentus

Acanthopsoides hapalias

Acanthopsoides robertsi

Horseface loach - A very similar species is the unofficially named longnose loach, Acantopsis octoactinotos, from which the horseface can be distinguished by the latter's down-turned nose.

Acantopsis dialuzona - Acantopsis dialuzona is a loach living in freshwater in Southeast Asia.

Acantopsis multistigmatus

Acantopsis octoactinotos - Acantopsis octoactinotos has a long straight snout, unlike the similar Horseface loach , in which the snout has a down-turned shape.

Acantopsis thiemmedhi

Acheilognathus macromandibularis

Bouche coupante - The chiselmouth's body plan generally follows the standard cyprinid form, generally elongated and slightly compressed.

Longfin dace

Annamia normani

Balitora annamitica - Balitora annamitica is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Balitora.

Burmese stone loach - Burmese stone loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Balitora.

Balitora lancangjiangensis - Balitora lancangjiangensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Balitora.

Balitora meridionalis - Balitora meridionalis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Balitora.

Slender stone loach - Slender stone loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Balitora.

Balitora nantingensis - Balitora nantingensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Balitora.

Barbatula altayensis - Barbatula altayensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula araxensis - Barbatula araxensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula bergamensis - Barbatula bergamensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula bergiana - Barbatula bergiana is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Kura loach - Kura Loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula cinica - Barbatula cinica is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula compressirostris - Barbatula compressirostris is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula dgebuadzei - Barbatula dgebuadzei is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula erdali - Barbatula erdali is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula euphratica - Barbatula euphratica is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula farsica - Barbatula farsica is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula frenata - Barbatula frenata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula germencica - Barbatula germencica is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula kermanshahensis - Barbatula kermanshahensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula kosswigi - Barbatula kosswigi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula mediterraneus - Barbatula mediterraneus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula nuda - Barbatula nuda is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula panthera - Barbatula panthera is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula paucilepis - Barbatula paucilepis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula persa - Barbatula persa is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula phoxinoides - Barbatula phoxinoides is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Barbatula.

Barbatula pulsiz - Barbatula pulsiz is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Barbucca diabolica

Beaufortia cyclica - Beaufortia cyclica is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Beaufortia.

Beaufortia intermedia - Beaufortia intermedia is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Beaufortia.

Beaufortia kweichowensis - Beaufortia kweichowensis can be found in fast-flowing highland and in-land streams in China.

Beaufortia leveretti - Beaufortia leveretti is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Beaufortia.

Beaufortia liui - Beaufortia liui is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Beaufortia.

Beaufortia pingi - Beaufortia pingi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Beaufortia.

Beaufortia polylepis - Beaufortia polylepis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Beaufortia.

Beaufortia szechuanensis - Beaufortia szechuanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Beaufortia.

Beaufortia zebroidus - Beaufortia zebroidus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Beaufortia.

Bhavania arunachalensis

Western Ghat loach

Biwia zezera

Flat bream - The Silver Bream is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Almorha loach - The yoyo loach, in comparison with the clown loach is more active than its relative, but it is still relatively docile.

Birdi loach

Bengal loach - These fish are threatened by pesticide used in the cultivation of rice.

Burmese loach

Botia macrolineata

Zebra loach - Zebra loaches are peaceful fish suitable to community aquarium tanks.

Botia udomritthiruji

Capoeta erhani

Chu sharpray

Carassius auratus buergeri - Goldfish may grow to a maximum length of 23 inches and a maximum weight of 9.

Carassius auratus grandoculis - Goldfish may grow to a maximum length of 23 inches and a maximum weight of 9.

Carassius auratus langsdorfii - Goldfish may grow to a maximum length of 23 inches and a maximum weight of 9.

Japanese (white) crucian carp

River carpsucker

Quillback carpsucker - The quillback carpsucker is closely related to the highfin carpsucker and the river carpsucker.

Highfin carpsucker

Utah sucker - This is a large fish that can grow up to 65 cm in length.

Yaqui sucker - The Yaqui Sucker's body is fusiform and somewhat elongated, with relatively large head and eyes.

Cahita sucker - The Matalote Cahita is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

Jasper longnose sucker - The longnose sucker, Catostomus catostomus, is a freshwater species of fish inhabiting cold, clear waters in North America from northern USA to the top of the continent.

White River sucker - Desert suckers are bi-colored; the back and upper sides are darker, olive-brown to dark green, and the belly and lower sides are deep-yellow to silvery tan.

Columbia small scaled sucker

Brook sucker - A very common fish, the white sucker is usually not fished for food, though some consider it good to eat.

Matalote conchos - The Matalote Conchos can be found in China, northeast Siberia, North America.

Zuni bluehead sucker - The Bluehead Sucker is the largest of all Arizona endemic suckers, reaching lengths of over 11.

Owens sucker

Sonora sucker - Sonora suckers have a fusiform body, with large heads and somewhat chubby figures.

Flannelmouth sucker - The Flannelmouth Sucker’s body is long, starting with a thick anterior that moves down to a thin posterior; respectively, this causes the head to be relatively short and thick.

Bavispe sucker - The Matalote Del Bavispe is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

Coarsescale sucker

Modoc sucker - The Modoc Sucker is a species of fish native to California.

Goose lake sucker

Jordan's sucker - This is a slender and streamlined sucker, generally olive green to brown above and on the sides, and white to yellowish underneath.

Rio Grande sucker

Klamath smallscale sucker

Santa Ana sucker - They are closely related to mountain suckers, and quite similar in appearance.

Klamath largescale sucker - The Klamath Largescale Sucker is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

Tahoe sucker

Warner sucker - The Warner Sucker is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

Opata sucker - The Matalote Opata is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

Chagunius baileyi

Short-nose sucker

Cui-ui - The cui-ui population is generally improving in numbers, having attained an estimated population exceeding one million in 1993, thanks to the efforts of the U.

Webug sucker

June sucker - Unlike most other suckers, the June sucker is not a bottom-feeder.

Snake river sucker - The Snake River Sucker is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

Lake Turkana sardine

Tiger botia - The fish was first described as Cobitis macracanthus by Pieter Bleeker in 1852.

Cirrhinus rubirostris - Cirrhinus rubirostris is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Cirrhinus.

Redside dace - The species is most abundant in Pennsylvania, especially in the upper parts of the Susquehanna River drainage.

Rosyside dace

Cobitis bilseli - Cobitis bilseli likes to eat tortoise, common to the region as well as large seagulls.

Cobitis dolichorhynchus

Cobitis elongatoides

Cobitis fahirae - Cobitis fahirae is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cobitidae family.

Cobitis hangkugensis

Cobitis illyrica

Cobitis jadovaensis

Cobitis kellei

Cobitis lebedevi

Cobitis levantina - Cobitis levantina is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cobitidae family.

Cobitis matsubarai

Cobitis melanoleuca gladkovi

Cobitis pacifica

Iberian-loach - Cobitis paludica is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cobitidae family.

Cobitis pontica

Cobitis puncticulata - Cobitis puncticulata is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cobitidae family.

Cobitis rhodopensis

Cobitis rossomeridionalis

Cobitis satunini

Cobitis splendens

Cobitis taurica

Cobitis tetralineata

Cobitis vardarensis kurui - Its status is insufficiently known.

Cobitis zhejiangensis

Coreoleuciscus splendidus - Coreoleuciscus splendidus grows to roughly 10 to 15 cm in length, with a long, slender body and a pointed snout; its eyes are small and horseshoe-shaped.

Squared-jaw barbel

Cosmochilus falcifer

Crossostoma chenyiyui

Crossostoma davidi

Crossostoma fascicauda

Crossostoma lacustre

Crossostoma paucisquama

Crossostoma stigmata

Crossostoma tinkhami

Waterfall climbing cave fish - The waterfall climbing cave fish, Cryptotora thamicola, is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family, and the only member of monotypic genus Cryptotora.

Grass carp - In the United States, the fish is also known as White Amur, a name developed to avoid use of the name "carp", which has derogatory connotations in North America.

Cyclocheilichthys schoppeae - Cyclocheilichthys schoppeae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Cyclocheilichthys.

Lost River sucker - The Lost River Sucker is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

Dienbienia namnuaensis

Dzihunia ilan

Eirmotus octozona

Ellopostoma megalomycter

Enigmatic loach

Lake sardine - The Lake Sardine is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Whitley loach

Redtail sharkminnow - Red-tailed black sharks are known for their deep black color and the vividly colored tails.

Bihorned barbel

Flying fox - The flying fox is a popular freshwater community-aquarium fish that belongs to the Cyprinidae family.

Desert dace - A small species, not known over 7.

Slender chub - The Slender Chub is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Streamline chub

Blotched chub

Creek chubsucker

Lake chubsucker

Sharpfin chubsucker

Erromyzon compactus

Erromyzon sinensis

Erromyzon yangi

Tonguetied minnow

Cutlips minnow - The Cutlips Minnow is an olive-green medium-sized minnow with a distinguishing lower jaw.

Gastromyzon aequabilis - Gastromyzon aequabilis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon aeroides - Gastromyzon aeroides is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon auronigrus - Gastromyzon auronigrus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon bario - Gastromyzon bario is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon cornusaccus - Gastromyzon cornusaccus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon cranbrooki - Gastromyzon cranbrooki is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon crenastus - Gastromyzon crenastus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon ctenocephalus - Gastromyzon ctenocephalus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon embalohensis - Gastromyzon embalohensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon extrorsus - Gastromyzon extrorsus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon farragus - Gastromyzon farragus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon ingeri - Gastromyzon ingeri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon introrsus - Gastromyzon introrsus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon katibasensis - Gastromyzon katibasensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon ocellatus - Gastromyzon ocellatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon praestans - Gastromyzon praestans is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon psiloetron - Gastromyzon psiloetron is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon russulus - Gastromyzon russulus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon scitulus - Gastromyzon scitulus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon spectabilis - Gastromyzon spectabilis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon stellatus - Gastromyzon stellatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon umbrus - Gastromyzon umbrus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon venustus - Gastromyzon venustus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon viriosus - Gastromyzon viriosus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Gastromyzon zebrinus - Gastromyzon zebrinus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

Glaniopsis denudata

Glaniopsis gossei

Glaniopsis hanitschi

Glaniopsis multiradiata

Gobio rivuloides

Gobiobotia guilingensis

Borneo algae-eater

Hemimyzon abbreviata - Hemimyzon abbreviata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Hemimyzon.

Hemimyzon confluens - Hemimyzon confluens is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Hemimyzon.

Hemimyzon formosanus - Hemimyzon formosanus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Hemimyzon.

Hemimyzon khonensis - Hemimyzon khonensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Hemimyzon.

Hemimyzon macroptera - Hemimyzon macroptera is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Hemimyzon.

Hemimyzon megalopseos - Hemimyzon megalopseos is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Hemimyzon.

Hemimyzon nanensis - Hemimyzon nanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Hemimyzon.

Hemimyzon nujiangensis - Hemimyzon nujiangensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Hemimyzon.

Hemimyzon taitungensis - Hemimyzon taitungensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Hemimyzon yaotanensis - Hemimyzon yaotanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Hemimyzon.

Heminoemacheilus hyalinus

Heminoemacheilus zhengbaoshani

Flame chub - Flame Chub is a short species with a round body form in profile.

California roach - This fish is of a relatively chunky body shape, with a largish head and large eyes, but a small mouth oriented downwards.

Homaloptera bilineata - Homaloptera bilineata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera confuzona - Homaloptera confuzona is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera gymnogaster - Homaloptera gymnogaster is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera heterolepis - Homaloptera heterolepis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Sucker-belly loach - Homaloptera hoffmanni is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera indochinensis - Homaloptera indochinensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera leonardi - Homaloptera leonardi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera maxinae - Homaloptera maxinae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera menoni - Homaloptera menoni is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera modesta - Homaloptera modesta is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Anamalai loach - Anamalai Loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera nebulosa - Homaloptera nebulosa is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera ocellata - Homaloptera ocellata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera ogilviei - Homaloptera ogilviei is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera ophiolepis - Homaloptera ophiolepis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Lizard fish - Homaloptera orthogoniata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera pillaii - Homaloptera pillaii is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera ripleyi - Homaloptera ripleyi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera rupicola - Homaloptera rupicola is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera santhamparaiensis - Homaloptera santhamparaiensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera sexmaculata - Homaloptera sexmaculata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera smithi - Homaloptera smithi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera stephensoni - Homaloptera stephensoni is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera tweediei - Homaloptera tweediei is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera vanderbilti - Homaloptera vanderbilti is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera vulgaris - Homaloptera vulgaris is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera wassinkii - Homaloptera wassinkii is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera weberi - Homaloptera weberi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera yunnanensis - Homaloptera yunnanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera yuwonoi - Homaloptera yuwonoi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homaloptera zollingeri - Homaloptera zollingeri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Homaloptera.

Homalosoma multiloba

Homalosoma ventrosquamata

Horalabiosa palaniensis

Rio Grande silvery minnow - The Rio Grande Silvery Minnow is one of the most endangered fish in North America, according to the U.

Western silvery minnow

Brassy minnow

Cypress minnow

Plains minnow

Alabama hog sucker

Northern hog sucker

Roanoke hog sucker

Hypergastromyzon eubranchus

Hypergastromyzon humilis

Buffalofish

Buffalofish - The bigmouth buffalo is a dull brownish olive color with dusky fins.

Fleshylip buffalo

Usamacinta buffalo

Buffalofish - The black buffalo, Ictiobus niger, is a species of the Catostomidae or "sucker" family.

Iksookimia hugowolfeldi

Iksookimia koreensis

Iksookimia longicorpa

Puan spine loach

Iksookimia yongdokensis

Ilamnemacheilus longipinnis

Indoreonectes evezardi - Indoreonectes evezardi is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Least chub - The Least Chub is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family, the only member of the genus Iotichthys.

Ischikauia steenackeri - Ischikauia steenackeri is the only species of cyprinid fish, in the monotypic genus Ischikauia.

Jinshaia sinensis

Kalimantania lawak

Katibasia insidiosa

Koreocobitis naktongensis

White nose loach

Kottelatlimia katik

Kottelatlimia pristes

Calbasu - Orangefin Labeo is a fish of the carp family Cyprinidae, found commonly in rivers and freshwater lakes in and around South Asia and South-East Asia.

Tachanovsky's gudgeon

Hitch - The hitch shape is deep and laterally compressed, with a small head, and a terminal mouth pointing upwards.

Lefua echigonia

Stone loach

Annandale loach

Lepidocephalichthys arunachalensis

Burmese loach

Lepidocephalichthys birmanicus

Lepidocephalichthys furcatus

Guntea loach

Lepidocephalichthys hasselti

Loktak loach

Jonklaas loach - The Spotted Loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cobitidae family.

Lepidocephalichthys lorentzi

Tilak loach

Lepidocephalichthys micropogon

Lepidocephalichthys sandakanensis

Lepidocephalichthys tomaculum

Lepidocephalus coromandelensis

Lepidocephalus macrochir

Lepidocephalus spectrum

Common spiny loach

White river spinedace - This spindace ranges from green to olive above, a brassy silver on the sides, becoming a silvery white underneath.

Virgin spinedace - This Virgin Spinedace is overall silvery in color, with a brassy sheen and a pattern of sooty blotches or speckles on each side.

Little colorado spinedace - The Little Colorado Spinedace are small, generally less than 10 cm in length.

Leptobarbus hosii - Leptobarbus hosii is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Leptobarbus.

Leptobarbus melanopterus - Leptobarbus melanopterus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Leptobarbus.

Kissing loach - The Ayumodoki or Kissing Loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cobitidae family.

Elongate loach

Leptobotia flavolineata

Leptobotia guilinensis

Leptobotia hengyangensis

Manchurian spiny loach

Leptobotia microphthalma

Leptobotia orientalis

Leptobotia pellegrini

Leptobotia posterodorsalis

Leptobotia rubrilabris

Leptobotia taeniops

Leptobotia tchangi

Leptobotia tientainensis

Leptobotia zebra

Leptocypris guineensis

Nile minnow

Lepturichthys dolichopterus

Lepturichthys fimbriata

Leucalburnus satunini

Liniparhomaloptera disparis qiongzhongensis

Liniparhomaloptera monoloba

Liniparhomaloptera obtusirostris

Lobocheilos davisi

Lobocheilos erinaceus

Lobocheilos falcifer

Lobocheilos gracilis

Lobocheilos ixocheilos

Lobocheilos kajanensis

Lobocheilos lehat

Lobocheilos melanotaenia

Lobocheilos ovalis

Lobocheilos quadrilineatus

Lobocheilos schwanenfeldii

Lobocheilos tenura

Lobocheilos terminalis

Lobocheilos unicornis

Longischistura bhimachari

Longischistura striata

Luciosoma pellegrinii

White shiner

Cardinal shiner

Crescent shiner

Striped shiner

Warpaint shiner

Common shiner - The Common Shiner is a cyprinid fish found in North America.

Duskystripe shiner

Bleeding shiner

Bandfin shiner

Speckled chub

Sturgeon chub - small

Sicklefin chub - The Sicklefin Chub is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Silver chub

Malayochela maassi

Nachtrieb dace

Spikedace - The maximum length of the Spikedace rarely exceeds 7.

Bengala barb

Mesonoemacheilus guentheri

Mesonoemacheilus pulchellus

Mesonoemacheilus remadevii

Mesonoemacheilus triangularis

Metahomaloptera longicauda

Micronemacheilus zispi

Spotted sucker - The fish has thin lips and a horizontal mouth.

Oriental weatherfish - Like many other loaches, they are slender and eel-like.

Misgurnus buphoensis

Misgurnus nikolskyi

Misgurnus tonkinensis

Moapa dace - A small fish, with a maximum recorded length of 9 cm, its scales are small and embedded in the skin, resulting in a noticeably leathery texture .

Silver mullet - A bottom-feeder, it feeds on mollusks, algae, detritus, immature insects, and other small organisms.

Bigeye jumprock - The Bigeye Jumprock is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

West Mexican redhorse - Mexican Redhorse is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Moxostoma.

Hookfin redhorse - Smallmouth Redhorse is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Moxostoma.

River redhorse - A bottom-feeder, it feeds on mussels, snails, crustaceans and immature aquatic insects.

Black jumprock - Blacktip Jumprock is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Moxostoma.

Piedmont redhorse - Notchlip Redhorse is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Moxostoma.

Gray redhorse - The Gray Redhorse is a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

Black redhorse - A bottom-feeder, it feeds on microcrustaceans, aquatic insects, detritus, and algae.

Golden redhorse - A bottom-feeder, it feeds on microcrustaceans, aquatic insects, detritus, algae, and small mollusks.

Copper redhorse - Its extremely small range, which is restricted to a few rivers in the lowlands of southwestern Quebec, has contracted significantly in the past few decades.

Harelip sucker - The Harelip Sucker was a species of ray-finned fish in the Catostomidae family.

Greater jumprock - Greater Jumprock is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Moxostoma.

Common mullet - A bottom-feeder, it feeds on mollusks, microcrustaceans, insects, and plant material.

V-lip - V-Lip Redhorse is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Moxostoma.

Blacktail redhorse - Blacktail Redhorse is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Moxostoma.

Robust redhorse - The Robust Redhorse , also known as the Smallfin Redhorse, is a redhorse that lives in the freshwater streams of the eastern United States.

Striped jumprock

Greater redhorse - The greater redhorse is the largest fish in its genus, averaging around 46 cm and 2 kg and reaching a maximum size of 80 cm and 5.

Redmouth sucker

Hardhead

Black carp - In China, black carp are the most highly esteemed and expensive foodfish among the "four domestic fishes".

Chinese sucker - Young Chinese high fin banded sharks normally possess brown bodies bearing three dark-colored slanting bands.

Nemacheilus drassensis - Nemacheilus drassensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Nemacheilus guttatus - Nemacheilus guttatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Nemacheilus huapingensis - Nemacheilus huapingensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Nemacheilus kaimurensis - Nemacheilus kaimurensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Nemacheilus menoni - Nemacheilus menoni is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Nemacheilus papillos

Nemacheilus paradoxus - Nemacheilus paradoxus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Nemacheilus pavonaceus - Nemacheilus pavonaceus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Nemacheilus periyarensis - Nemacheilus periyarensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Nemacheilus rueppelli - Nemacheilus rueppelli is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Nemacheilus shehensis - Nemacheilus shehensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Starostin's loach - The Starostin's Loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Nemacheilus tikaderi - Nemacheilus tikaderi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Nemacheilus.

Goalpara loach

Neogastromyzon brunei

Neogastromyzon chini

Neogastromyzon crassiobex

Neogastromyzon kottelati

Neogastromyzon nieuwenhuisii

Neogastromyzon pauciradiatus

Neohomaloptera johorensis

Neonoemacheilus assamensis

Neonoemacheilus labeosus

Neonoemacheilus mengdingensis

Neonoemacheilus morehensis

Neonoemacheilus peguensis

Niwaella brevifasciata

Niwaella delicata

Niwaella multifasciata

Redspot chub

Horneyhead chub - The adults are small minnows with greenish-sides and a light belly.

Redtail chub

Bluehead chub

River chub

Bull chub - The bull chub is a species of fish that is found in the Patapsco River in Maryland.

Golden shiner minnow - Though it has been known to reach lengths of 30 cm , in the wild the golden shiner is usually between 7.

Nun galilaeus - Nun galilaeus is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Lake trout - Opsaridium microcephalum is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Lake salmon - The Lake Salmon is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Opsaridium splendens - Opsaridium splendens is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Dwarf sanjika - Its natural habitat is rivers.

Zacco pachycephalus

Opsopoeodus emiliae peninsularis

Oregon chub - The Oregon Chub is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Dwarf Altai osman

Altai osman

Blind loach - Oreonectes anophthalmus is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Oreonectes furcocaudalis - Oreonectes furcocaudalis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Oreonectes.

Oreonectes microphthalmus - Oreonectes microphthalmus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Oreonectes.

Flat-headed loach - Flat-headed loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Oreonectes.

Oreonectes polystigmus - Oreonectes polystigmus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Oreonectes.

Oreonectes retrodorsalis - Oreonectes retrodorsalis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Oreonectes.

Orthrias potaninorum - Orthrias potaninorum is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Orthrias.

Orthrias sawadai - Orthrias sawadai is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Orthrias.

Orthrias tschaiyssuensis - Orthrias tschaiyssuensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Oxynoemacheilus banarescui

Oxynoemacheilus bureschi

Oxynoemacheilus eregliensis

Oxynoemacheilus kaynaki

Oxynoemacheilus pindus

Oxynoemacheilus simavicus

Oxynoemacheilus theophilii

Paedocypris carbunculus

Pangio agma - Pangio agma is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio alcoides - Pangio alcoides is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio alternans - Pangio alternans is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio anguillaris - This is a slender fish measuring up to 12 cm standard length.

Pangio apoda - Pangio apoda is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio atactos

Pangio bashai - Pangio bashai is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio bitaimac

Pangio borneensis - Pangio borneensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio cuneovirgata - Pangio cuneovirgata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio doriae - Pangio doriae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio elongata - Pangio elongata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio filinaris - Pangio filinaris is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio fusca - Pangio fusca is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Indian coolie-loach - Indian Coolie-Loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio incognito - Pangio incognito is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio longipinnis - Pangio longipinnis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio lumbriciformis - Pangio lumbriciformis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio malayana - Pangio malayana is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio mariarum - Pangio mariarum is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Java loach - Java Loach is a species of unbanded kuhli loach native to the sandy streams of Southeast Asia.

Pangio piperata - Pangio piperata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio pulla - Pangio pulla is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio robiginosa - Pangio robiginosa is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Borneo loach - Borneo Loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio signicauda - Pangio signicauda is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Pangio superba - Pangio superba is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

Parabotia bimaculata

Parabotia dubia

Parabotia fasciata

Parabotia lijiangensis

Parabotia maculosa

Parabotia parva

Parachela cyanea

Parachela hypophthalmus

Paracobitis acuticephala

Paracobitis anguillioides

Paracobitis boutanensis

Paracobitis erhaiensis

Paracobitis ghazniensis

Paracobitis iranica

Paracobitis maolanensis

Paracobitis oligolepis

Paracobitis posterodorsalus

Paracobitis potanini

Paracobitis rhadinaeus

Blind loach - Paracobitis smithi is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Paracobitis vignai

Paracobitis wujiangensis

Paracrossochilus vittatus

Paramisgurnus dabryanus

Paraprotomyzon bamaensis

Paraprotomyzon lungkowensis

Paraprotomyzon niulanjiangensis

Cheat minnow

Parhomaloptera microstoma

Pectenocypris balaena

Pectenocypris korthausae

Riffle minnow

Fatlips minnow

Suckermouth minnow

Stargazing minnow

Seven River's minnow

Mountain Blackside Dace - The Mountain Blackside Dace is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Phoxinus czekanowskii czerskii

Ignatov's minnow

Suifun minnow

Red bellied dace

Southern redbelly dace - The extremely similar Northern redbelly dace can be distinguished by a rounder, blunter head and a more upturned mouth, as well as by differences in spawning behavior.

Issyk-kul' minnow

Bronze minnow

Mountain redbelly dace

Tennessee dace - The Tennessee Dace is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Physoschistura brunneana

Physoschistura pseudobrunneana

Physoschistura raoi

Physoschistura rivulicola

Physoschistura shanensis

Bluntnose minnow

Rosey reds - The fathead minnow in its wild form is generally dull olive-grey in appearance, with a dusky stripe extending along the back and side, and a lighter belly.

Slim minnow

Bullhead minnow

Woundfin - Woundfin is a small slender, silvery minnow, with a flattened head and belly, long snout, leathery skin, and no scales.

Saskatchewan dace

Hainan sucker-belly loach

Clear Lake splittail

Prolabeo batesi

Protocobitis polylepis

Protomyzon aphelocheilus

Protomyzon borneensis

Protomyzon griswoldi

Protomyzon pachychilus

Protomyzon whiteheadi

Protonemacheilus longipectoralis

Eastern Cape redfin - It is endemic to South Africa, and becoming rare due to habitat destruction and the impact of invasive species.

Plump redfin minnow - It is endemic to South Africa, and threatened by habitat destruction and the impact of invasive species.

Pseudogastromyzon buas

Pseudogastromyzon daon

Pseudogastromyzon elongatus

Pseudogastromyzon loos

Pseudogastromyzon meihuashanensis

Pseudohomaloptera tatereganii

Yag baligi - Pseudophoxinus anatolicus is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Balitora minnow - Psilorhynchus balitora or Balitora minnow is a fish found in South Asia.

Rainbow minnow

Psilorhynchus microphthalmus

Stone carp

River stone carp

Ptychidio jordani

Sacramento squawfish

Colorado pikeminnow - Like the other three species of pikeminnow, it has an elongated body reminiscent of the pike.

Puntioplites waandersi - Puntioplites waandersi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Puntioplites.

Puntius nankyweensis

Trout barb - Raiamas bola is a carp of the Cyprinidae family, available in the Bay of Bengal.

Raiamas kheeli - Raiamas kheeli is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Raiamas.

Silver fish - Raiamas macrostoma is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Raiamas.

Raiamas nigeriensis - Raiamas nigeriensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Raiamas.

Silver fish - Raiamas macrostoma is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Raiamas.

Raiamas steindachneri - Raiamas steindachneri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Raiamas.

Rasborichthys helfrichii

Rasborinus hautus

Relict dace - Relict dace coloration is variable, but generally dusky overall, with olive and brassy shades dorsally.

Blacknose dace

Longnose dace

Longfin dace

Loach minnow - Loach minnow has an elongated, compressed body with its size rarely exceeding 65mm in length.

Las vagas dace - The Las Vegas Dace is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Umpqua dace

Silvery grey minnow

Speckled dace - Canada is the northern limit of the speckled dace's distribution, and there it is found only in isolated parts of the Kettle and Granby Rivers.

Umatilla dace

Silver shiner

Lake salmon

Golden loach

Caspian spined loach

Italian Loach - The Italian Loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cobitidae family.

Schistura altipedunculatus - Schistura altipedunculatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura bannaensis - Schistura bannaensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura bucculenta - Schistura bucculenta is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura carbonaria - Schistura carbonaria is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura ceyhanensis - Schistura ceyhanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura chrysicristinae - Schistura chrysicristinae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura cryptofasciata - Schistura cryptofasciata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura deansmarti - Schistura deansmarti is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura deignani - Schistura deignani is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura disparizona - Schistura disparizona is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura evreni - Schistura evreni is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura fowleriana - Schistura fowleriana is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura humilis - Schistura humilis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura incerta - Schistura incerta is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Kittipong's cave loach - Cave fish Schistura jarutanini is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Schistura kaysonei - Schistura kaysonei is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura kontumensis - Schistura kontumensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura minutus - Schistura minutus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura nagodiensis - Schistura nagodiensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura namboensis - Schistura namboensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura namiri - Schistura namiri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura niulanjiangensis - Schistura niulanjiangensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura orthocauda - Schistura orthocauda is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura papulifera - Schistura papulifera is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura pridii - Schistura pridii is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura psittacula - Schistura psittacula is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura reticulata - Schistura reticulata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura samantica - Schistura samantica is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura seyhanicola - Schistura seyhanicola is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura sharavathiensis - Schistura sharavathiensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura sokolovi - Schistura sokolovi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura spekuli - Schistura spekuli is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura spiloptera - Schistura spiloptera is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura susannae - Schistura susannae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura thanho - Schistura thanho is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura tigrinum - Schistura tigrinum is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Schistura yersini - Schistura yersini is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

Sectoria atriceps

Sectoria heterognathos

Sectoria megastoma

Seminemacheilus ispartensis

Anatolian loach - Seminemacheilus lendlii is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Seminemacheilus tongiorgii

Chub - The creek chub was once abundant in the Lake Erie watershed but is now seen much less frequently.

American chub - The Fallfish, Semotilus corporalis, is a species in the family Cyprinidae, order Cypriniformes.

Sandhills chub - The Sandhills Chub is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Dixie chub

Serpenticobitis cingulata

Serpenticobitis octozona

Serpenticobitis zonata

Sewellia albisuera

Sewellia breviventralis

Sewellia diardi

Sewellia elongata

Sewellia lineolata

Sewellia marmorata

Sewellia patella

Sewellia pterolineata

Sewellia speciosa

Sinibotia longiventralis

Sinibotia pulchra

Sinibotia reevesae

Sinibotia robusta

Sinibotia superciliaris

Sinogastromyzon hsiashiensis - Sinogastromyzon hsiashiensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sinogastromyzon.

Sinogastromyzon minutus - Sinogastromyzon minutus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sinogastromyzon.

Sinogastromyzon nanpanjiangensis - Sinogastromyzon nanpanjiangensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sinogastromyzon.

Sinogastromyzon nantaiensis - Sinogastromyzon nantaiensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sinogastromyzon.

Sinogastromyzon puliensis - Sinogastromyzon puliensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Sinogastromyzon rugocauda - Sinogastromyzon rugocauda is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sinogastromyzon.

Sinogastromyzon sichangensis - Sinogastromyzon sichangensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sinogastromyzon.

Sinogastromyzon szechuanensis - Sinogastromyzon szechuanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sinogastromyzon.

Sinogastromyzon tonkinensis - Sinogastromyzon tonkinensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sinogastromyzon.

Sinogastromyzon wui - Sinogastromyzon wui is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sinogastromyzon.

Sinohomaloptera kwangsiensis

Gongota loach

Sphaerophysa dianchiensis - Sphaerophysa dianchiensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Kandar

Squalius palaciosi - The Bogardilla is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Squalius valentinus

Sundoreonectes obesus

Sundoreonectes sabanus

Sundoreonectes tiomanensis - Sundoreonectes tiomanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Barred loach

Blyth's loach - Unlike other members of the Tiger Botia group, the "Syncrossus berdmorei" keeps its striking red finnage and body coloration throughout its life.

Tiger botia

Zebra loach

Syncrossus reversa

Canton danio - The species was discovered at White Cloud Mountain in Guǎngdōng in the 1930s by a Boy Scout leader called Tan—hence the generic name Tanichthys .

Blackfin sucker

Rustyside sucker

Torrent sucker

Thryssocypris ornithostoma

Thryssocypris smaragdinus

Thynnichthys polylepis

Thynnichthys vaillanti

Traccatichthys taeniatus

Travancoria elongata

Travancore loach

Pacific redfin

Triplophysa alexandrae - Triplophysa alexandrae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa aluensis

Triplophysa aquaecaeruleae - Triplophysa aquaecaeruleae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa arnoldii - Triplophysa arnoldii is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa chandagaitensis - Triplophysa chandagaitensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa coniptera - Triplophysa coniptera is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa edsinica - Triplophysa edsinica is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa eugeniae - Triplophysa eugeniae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa flavicorpus - Triplophysa flavicorpus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Gracilis triplophysa-loach - Triplophysa gracilis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa hexiensis - Triplophysa hexiensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa hialmari - Triplophysa hialmari is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa incipiens - Triplophysa incipiens is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa intermedia - Triplophysa intermedia is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa lixianensis - Triplophysa lixianensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa longipectoralis

Triplophysa macromaculata - Triplophysa macromaculata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa nandanensis - Triplophysa nandanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa nasobarbatula - Triplophysa nasobarbatula is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa nujiangensa - Triplophysa nujiangensa is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa parvus

Triplophysa qiubeiensis - Triplophysa qiubeiensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa rosa - Triplophysa rosa is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa rossoperegrinatorum - Triplophysa rossoperegrinatorum is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa scapanognatha - Triplophysa scapanognatha is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Tilak triplophysa-loach - Triplophysa shehensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa tianeensis - Triplophysa tianeensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa xiangshuingensis - Triplophysa xiangshuingensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Nemacheilus xiangxiensis

Triplophysa xingshanensis - Triplophysa xingshanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Yasin triplophysa-loach - Triplophysa yasinensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa zhaoi - Triplophysa zhaoi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Triplophysa zhenfengensis - Triplophysa zhenfengensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Triplophysa.

Tropidophoxinellus spartiaticus - Tropidophoxinellus spartiaticus is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Tuberoschistura baenzigeri

Tuberoschistura cambodgiensis

Blind naked-belly barbel - Typhlobarbus nudiventris is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Iraq blind barb - Typhlogarra widdowsoni is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family, of the monotypic genus Typhlogarra.

Vaillantella cinnamomea

Vaillantella euepiptera

Vaillantella maassi

Vanmanenia homalocephala

Vanmanenia tetraloba

Macedonian vimba - Its natural habitats are rivers and freshwater lakes.

Razorback sucker - The Razorback sucker sucker is most notable for the sharp-edged bulge on the anterior part,hump, of its back, between the head and dorsal fin, giving rise to its common name, as well as to the alternative "humpback sucker".

Yasuhikotakia caudipunctata

Sun loach

Silver loach

Yasuhikotakia longidorsalis

Redtail botia - Other Latin names for this fish are Botia modesta and Botia rubripinnis.

Cream loach - Despite being seen frequently in the aquarium trade, it is a very aggressive fish and not suitable for community aquarium tanks.

Mekong clawn loach

Dwarf loach - The dwarf loach can grow up to 5 cm in length.

Yasuhikotakia splendida

Yunnanilus altus - Yunnanilus altus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus analis - Yunnanilus analis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus bajiangensis - Yunnanilus bajiangensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus brevis - Yunnanilus brevis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus caohaiensis - Yunnanilus caohaiensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus chui - Yunnanilus chui is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus cruciatus - Yunnanilus cruciatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus discoloris - Yunnanilus discoloris is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus elakatis - Yunnanilus elakatis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus forkicaudalis - Yunnanilus forkicaudalis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus longibarbatus - Yunnanilus longibarbatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus longibulla - Yunnanilus longibulla is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus longidorsalis - Yunnanilus longidorsalis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus macrogaster

Yunnanilus macroistainus - Yunnanilus macroistainus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus macrolepis - Yunnanilus macrolepis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus niger - Yunnanilus niger is a species of ray-finned fish in the Balitoridae family.

Yunnanilus obtusirostris - Yunnanilus obtusirostris is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus pachycephalus - Yunnanilus pachycephalus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus paludosus - Yunnanilus paludosus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus parvus - Yunnanilus parvus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus pulcherrimus - Yunnanilus pulcherrimus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Yunnanilus tigerivinus

Yunnanilus yangzonghaiensis - Yunnanilus yangzonghaiensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Yunnanilus.

Order Cyprinodontiformes

Whitepatched splitfin

Finescale splitfin

Tuxpan splitfin

Bandfin splitfin

Bulldog goodeid

Catarina allotoca

Patzcuaro allotoca

Opal allotoca

Banded allotoca

Blackspot allotoca

Zirahuen allotoca

Zacapu allotoca

Goodeid - Today, the species is rated as extinct in the wild by the IUCN, though it is noted that this assessment is obsolete

Pacific foureyed fish

Foureyes

South European Toothcarp - The Mediterranean killifish or South European toothcarp is a species of fish in the Cyprinodontidae family.

Gabon jewelfish

Bluetail goodea - The striped goodeid is a species of fish in the Goodeidae family.

Austrolebias nonoiuliensis

Top minnow/pike killifish

Barred splitfin

Polka-dot splitfin

Alien splitfin

Bold characodon - The bold characodon is a species of fish in the Goodeidae family endemic to Mexico.

Rainbow characodon

Checkered pupfish

Cuban killifish

Jamaican killifish

Raycraft poolfish

Pahrump ranch poolfish

Orange flagfish

Darkedged splitfin - Giradinichthys multiradiatus is a livebearing fish.

Toothy topminnow

Goldbelly topminnow - Girardinus falcatus is a species of Cuban tropical fish.

Metallic livebearer

Singlespot topminnow

Blackfin goodea

Dusky splitfin

Green goodea

Goldbreast splitfin

Chacambero splitfin

Balsas splitfin

Grand Cayman limia

Tiburon Peninsula limia

Blotched limia

Garnier's limia

Largetooth limia

Plain limia

Blackbanded limia

Miragoane limia

Blackbarred limia

Ornate limia

Few-rayed limia

Perugia's limia

Rivas's limia

Sulfur limia

Striped mudfish

Yaguajal limia

Striped limia

Cuatrocienegas killifish - The sardinilla cuatro cienegas or Cuatrocienegas killifish, is a species of fish in the Cyprinodontidae family.

Catarina pupfish - The cachorrito enano de potosi was a species of fish in the Cyprinodontidae family.

Rivulus almirante

Neoophorus regalis

White-eye - This fish species is found in Pacific drainages in Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama.

Merry widow livebearer

Pituna xinguensis

Priapella chamulae

Barred topminnow

Renova oscari

Simpsonichthys punctulatus

Twoline skiffia

Golden skiffia

Olive skiffia

Spotted skiffia

Saberfin killie

Valencian toothcarp - Its natural habitats are freshwater marshes, freshwater springs, coastal freshwater lagoons and acequias which may connect these.

Corfu toothcarp - Valencia letourneuxi is a species of fish in the Cyprinodontidae family.

Relict splitfin - The relict splitfin is a species of fish in the Goodeidae family.

Leopard splitfin

Redtail splitfin - The Redtail Splitfin comes from several rivers in the highlands of Mexico, including the Rio San Leonel and Rio Grande de Santiago in Nayarit and the Rio Tamazula in Jalisco.

Black splitfin

Picotee goodeid

Order Esociformes

Dallia admirabilis

Dallia delicatissima

Alaska blackfish - The hardiness of the Alaska blackfish is of mythical proportions.

Allegheny River pike - Muskellunge are known by a wide variety of trivial names including Ohio muskellunge, Great Lakes muskellunge, barred muskellunge, Ohio River pike, Allegheny River pike, jack pike, unspotted muskellunge and the Wisconsin muskellunge.

Pickerel - The chain pickerel has a distinctive dark chain-like pattern on its greenish sides.

Olympic mudminnow - The Olympic mudminnow is the only species in genus Novumbra, and one of five species worldwide in the family Umbridae.

Central mudminnow

Mud minnow - The eastern mudminnow, Umbra pygmaea, is a freshwater fish of eastern North America, reaching a length of up to 15 cm.

Order Gadiformes

Cod - Fishes attributed to East Siberian cod are found off the western half of the Canadian coast and the coasts of Siberia and also off northern and southern coasts of Greenland.

Polar cod - The polar cod has a slender body, deeply forked tail, projecting mouth and a small whisker on its chin.

Fivebeard rockling - In colour it is has a dark brown back, with a reddish or blackish underside merging with a pale gray-brown.

Rockling

Ciliata tchangi

Tasmanian codling

Cod - Its range spans the North Pacific, from off the Korean coasts until beyond Bering Straits, off the Alaskan coasts.

Arctic cod - Navaga fish usually occur at shallow depths, along shores with soft bottoms, close to the ice and on the continental shelf.

Rockling

Pacific cod

Cod - In colour the Greenland cod is generally sombre, ranging from tan to brown to silvery.

Azores rockling

Comb rockling

Bigeye rockling

Mediterranean rockling - The Shore Rockling is often confused with the five-bearded rockling and also the larger three-bearded rockling , due to their similar colourings, shape and habitat.

New Zealand ling

Gaidropsarus pacificus

Gaidropsarus parini

Lotella fernandeziana

Rock cod - Rock cod are yellow-grey to red-brown with white fin margins.

Lotella tosaensis

Arbroath smokie - The haddock is easily recognized by a black lateral line running along its white side and a distinctive dark blotch above the pectoral fin, often described as a "thumbprint" or even the "Devil's thumbprint" or "St.

Panama hake

Senegalese hake

Merluccius tasmanicus

Pacific tomcod

Frostfish - The season of the tomcod varies by location -- one known example is the Sainte-Anne River in Quebec, where its season is from late-December to mid-February.

Spanish ling

Charcoal mora

Hundred fathom mora

Peruvian mora

Saithe - Pollachius virens is a species of marine fish in the Pollachius genus.

Morid cod - The red codling or hoka, Pseudophycis bachus, is a morid cod of the genus Pseudophycis, found around southern Australia and New Zealand, from the surface to 700 m.

Bearded rock-cod - The southern bastard codling or bearded red cod, Pseudophycis barbata, is a morid cod of the genus Pseudophycis, found around southern Australia including Tasmania, and New Zealand, from the surface to 300 m.

Lesser fork-beard

Tadpole codling

Brazilian codling

Hake - The white hake or mud hake, Urophycis tenuis, is a phycid hake of the genus Urophycis, found in the northwest Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina to Newfoundland, at depths of about 1,000 metres.

Carolina hake

Hake

Urophycis mystacea

Hake

Black hake - The white hake or mud hake, Urophycis tenuis, is a phycid hake of the genus Urophycis, found in the northwest Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina to Newfoundland, at depths of about 1,000 metres.

Order Gasterosteiformes

Common freshwater stickleback

Hawaiian sea-moth fish

Indostomus crocodilus

Indostomus spinosus

Sculptured seamoth

Brick seamoth - Pegasus laternarius is a species of fish in the Pegasidae family.

Pungitius bussei

Order Gobiesociformes

Flarenostril clingfish

Acyrtus pauciradiatus

Red clingfish

Alabes elongata

Alabes gibbosa

Dwarf shore-eel

Pygmy shore-eel

Pygmy shore-eel

Alabes springeri

Apletodon dentatus bacescui

Apletodon incognitus

Chubby clingfish

Elegant clingfish

Rockwall clingfish

Rock clingfish

Aspasma minima

Aspasmichthys ciconiae

Aspasmodes briggsi

Eastern clingfish

Aspasmogaster occidentalis

Tasmanian clingfish - The Tasmanian clingfish, Aspasmogaster tasmaniensis, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, found around the western and southern coasts of Australia including Tasmania.

Rocksucker

Cochleoceps bassensis

Western cleaner-clingfish

Eastern cleaner-clingfish

Cochleoceps spatula

Green clingfish

Conidens laticephalus

Conidens samoensis

Urchin clingfish - The New Zealand urchin clingfish, Dellichthys morelandi, is a clingfish, the only species in the genus Diplocrepis.

Derilissus altifrons

Whiskereye clingfish

Derilissus nanus

Derilissus vittiger

Diplecogaster bimaculata euxinica

Diplecogaster bimaculata pectoralis

Diplecogaster ctenocrypta

Bigeye clingfish

Orange clingfish - The orange clingfish, Diplocrepis puniceus, is a clingfish, the only species in the genus Diplocrepis.

Weedsucker

Slender clingfish - The New Zealand slender clingfish, Gastrocyathus gracilis, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, the only species in the genus Gastrocyathus.

Gastrocymba quadriradiata

Hector's clingfish - Hector's clingfish, Gastroscyphus hectoris, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, the only species in the genus Gastrocyathus.

Clarion clingfish

Lappetlip clingfish

Socorro clingfish

Gobiesox crassicorpus

Gobiesox daedaleus

Lined clingfish

Bahama skilletfish

Common cling-fish

Lonely clingfish

Gobiesox marmoratus

Gobiesox milleri

Gobiesox nigripinnis

Bearded clingfish

Tadpole clingfish

Stippled clingfish

California clingfish

Smoothlip clingfish

Gobiesox stenocephalus

Woods' clingfish

Blunt-snouted clingfish

Giant clingfish - The giant clingfish, Haplocylix littoreus, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, the only species in the genus Haplocylix.

Kopua kuiteri - The Kuiter's deepsea clingfish, Kopua kuiteri, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, found only off New South Wales, Australia, at depths of between 90 and 110 m.

Kopua nuimata

Lecanogaster chrysea

Lepadichthys ctenion

Lepadichthys erythraeus

Lepadichthys sandaracatus

Connemarra clingfish

Cornish sucker

Shore clingfish

Streaky clingfish

Modicus minimus

Modicus tangaroa

Opeatogenys cadenati

Opeatogenys gracilis

Pherallodichthys meshimaensis

Northern fraildisc clingfish

Southern fraildisc clingfish

Mini-clingfish

Posidonichthys hutchinsi

Propherallodus briggsi

Channel Islands clingfish

Southern clingfish

Slender cling-fish

Guadalupe clingfish

Sicyases brevirostris

Sicyases sanguineus

Distant clingfish

Tomicodon abuelorum

Tomicodon australis

Bifid clingfish

Cortez clingfish

Tomicodon briggsi

Smallsucker clingfish

Tomicodon clarkei

Tomicodon cryptus

Rosy clingfish

Sonora clingfish

Tomicodon lavettsmithi

Tomicodon leurodiscus

Blackstripe clingfish

Peter's clingfish

Tomicodon prodomus

Tomicodon reitzae

Tomicodon rhabdotus

Tomicodon rupestris

Tomicodon vermiculatus

Zebra clingfish

Striped clingfish - The striped clingfish, Trachelochismus melobesia, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, found all around New Zealand from low water to about 5 m, on rocky coastlines.

Lumpfish - The New Zealand lumpfish, Trachelochismus pinnulatus, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, found all around New Zealand including the Three Kings Islands, from low water to about 12 m, on rocky coastlines.

Order Gonorynchiformes

Bighead beaked sandfish

Sandfish

Beaked salmon

Beaked sandfish

Kneria ruaha

Kneria rukwaensis - Kneria rukwaensis is a species of fish in the Kneriidae family.

Kneria uluguru

Parakneria spekii - Parakneria spekii is a species of fish in the Kneriidae family.

Parakneria tanzaniae

Order Gymnotiformes

Adontosternarchus nebulosus

Gymnorhamphichthys rosamariae

Gymnotus arapaima

Gymnotus ardilai

Gymnotus mamiraua

Gymnotus melanopleura

Gymnotus onca

Gymnotus pantanal

Iracema caiana

Order Heterodontiformes

Horn shark - The horn shark, Heterodontus francisci, is a species of bullhead shark, family Heterodontidae.

Japanese bullhead shark - The Japanese bullhead shark, Heterodontus japonicus, is a species of bullhead shark, family Heterodontidae, found in the northwestern Pacific Ocean off the coasts of Japan, Korea, and China.

Mexican hornshark - The Mexican hornshark, Heterodontus mexicanus, is a bullhead shark of the family Heterodontidae.

Oman bullhead shark - The Oman bullhead shark, Heterodontus omanensis, is a bullhead shark of the family Heterodontidae, found in the tropical western Indian Ocean around central Oman from the surface to 70 m.

Port Jackson shark - The Port Jackson shark is a migratory species, traveling south in the summer and returning north to breed in the winter months.

Mozambique bullhead shark - The whitespotted bullhead shark is found on the outer continental shelf.

Order Hexanchiformes

Broad snouted sevengill - The shark is gray or brownish with spots, and its top jaw has jagged cusped teeth and the bottom comb shaped.

Order Lampriformes

Sailfin velifer

Order Lepidosireniformes

South american lungfish - Additional common names of this species include American mud-fish

Protopterus aethiopicus congicus

Protopterus aethiopicus mesmaekersi

Gilled lungfish - The East African Lungfish, is a species of lungfish found in East Africa.

Southern lungfish

Slender lungfish

Order Lepisosteiformes

Gemfish - The Alligator Gar, Gator Gar, or Atractosteus spatula, is a primitive ray-finned fish.

Cuban gar

Tropical gar - The tropical gar, Atractosteus tropicus, is a fish found in freshwaters from southern Mexico to Costa Rica, reported to reach lengths of up to 1.

Spotted gar - They are very persistent fish along with other fish in the family Lepisosteidae.

Gar - The longnose gar ranges in length from 60–182 cm and weighs 0.

Shortnose gar - Shortnose gar can be discerned from other gar species in that they lack the upper jaw of the alligator gar, the long snout of the longnose gar, and the markings of the spotted gar.

Florida gar - They have irregular round, black spots on the top of their head and over the entire body including the anus fin.

Order Lophiiformes

Glauert's anglerfish

Roughbar frogfish

Side-jet frogfish

Big-eyed frogfish - Antennarius radiosus is a species of fish in the Antennariidae family.

Senegalese frogfish

Antennatus flagellatus

Pygmy anglerfish

Bandtail frogfish

Spikehead dreamer - Specimens of B.

Australian spotted handfish

Spotted Handfish - The spotted handfish is unusual in that it has highly adapted pectoral fins, which appear like hands and allow it to walk on the sea floor.

Chaunax abei

Chaunax tosaensis

Coelophrys arca

Coelophrys brevicaudata

Coelophrys brevipes

Coelophrys mollis

Dibranchus nasutus

Spiny sea bat

Circular seabat

Halieutaea fumosa

Indian handfish

Halieutaea nigra

Starry handfish - The starry handfish, Halieutaea stellata, is a batfish of the family Ogcocephalidae found on the continental shelves of the Indo-Pacific oceans at depths of between 50 and 400 m.

Rough anglerfish

Boschma's frogfish - Like the frogfishes, it is a small fish, no more than 5 centimetres in length, with loose skin and a lure for attracting prey.

Marble-mouthed frogfish

Spottedtail angler

Lophiodes fimbriatus

Malabar monkfish

Longspine African angler

Threadfin angler

Blackmouth angler

American angler - The American anglerfish is unique in its appearance and has no relatives with which it can be confused in the areas where it is caught.

Malthopsis retifera

Spearnose seabat

Neoceratias spinifer - Adult female toothed seadevils have slender, elongate bodies up to 11 centimetres long.

Deepwater frogfish

Longnose batfish

Slantbrow batfish

Ogcocephalus notatus

Spotted batfish

Ogcocephalus porrectus

Ogcocephalus pumilus

Polka-dot batfish

Palefin batfish

Smooth anglerfish

Sympterichthys politus

Smooth handfish

Sympterichthys verrucosus

Butler's frogfish - The Butler's frogfish or blackspot anglerfish, Tathicarpus butleri, is a rare species of frogfish in the family Antennariidae.

Four-armed frogfish - Like the true frogfishes, it is a small fish, no more than 7 centimetres in length, with a flattened body and loose skin.

Roundel batfish

Tricorn batfish

Order Mugiliformes

Goldie rivier mullet

Sharp-nosed river mullet

Lobed river mullet - The Lobed river mullet is also known as Ludong and is found in the Cagayan River of Northern Luzon region of the Philippines.

Cape Verde mullet

Thicklip grey mullet - It is a common fish of shallow, sheltered coasts, estuaries, and around power station and sewer outfalls; it can also enter fresh water areas.

Half fringelip mullet

Grooved mullet

Sicklefin mullet

Liza mandapamensis

Persian mullet

South African mullet - The South African mullet or harder mullet, Liza richardsonii, is a species of mullet.

Tade mullet

Banana mullet

Broussonnet's mullet

Dwarf mullet

Mullet

Hospe mullet

Parassi mullet

Blueback mullet

Mullet

Mugil rubrioculus

Liseta mullet

So-iuy mullet

Mullet

Freshwater springer - The freshwater mullet, Myxus capensis, is a species of fish in the Mugilidae family.

Boxlip mullet

Yellowtail mullet

Valamugil delicata

Order Myxiniformes

Eptatretus bischoffii - The mode of reproduction in this kind of organism is external.

Inshore hagfish - The inshore hagfish is found in the Northwest Pacific, from the Sea of Japan and across eastern Japan to Taiwan.

Guadalupe hagfish

Sixgill hagfish

Eptatretus longipinnis

Shorthead hagfish

Eightgill hagfish

Fourteen-gill hagfish

Pacific hagfish - The hagfish is notorious for its slimy skin.

Eptatretus strahani

Patagonian hagfish

Myxine kuoi

Nemamyxine elongata

Neomyxine biniplicata

Paramyxine moki

Paramyxine walkeri

Quadratus nelsoni

Quadratus taiwanae

Quadratus yangi

Order Notacanthiformes

Notacanthus spinosus

Order Ophidiiformes

Beaglichthys bleekeri

Beaglichthys larsonae

Freetail brotula

Grey brotula - The grey brotula or orange cuskeel, Bidenichthys consobrinus, is a cusk eel of the genus Bidenichthys, found around northern New Zealand.

Pink brotula - The pink brotula, Brosmodorsalis persicinus, is a viviparous brotula of the family Bythitidae, the only member of the genus Brosmodorsalis.

Red brotulid

Teacher brotula

Pearl fish

Pinhead pearlfish

Pacific pearlfish

Carapus sluiteri

Spotted cusk-eel

Dactylosurculus gomoni

Nielsen's mudbrotula

Anderson's mudbrotula

Orange brotula

Morrison's mudbrotula

Johnson's coralbrotula

Didymothallus pruvosti

Echiodon anchipterus

Echiodon coheni

Chain pearlfish

Fierasfer

Nocturnal pearlfish

Echiodon pegasus

Echiodon rendahli - Echiodon rendahli is a pearlfish of the family Carapidae, found in the south west Pacific oceans around Australia and New Zealand at depths down to 60 m.

Encheliophis chardewalli

Pygmy pearlfish

Eel pearlfish

Eusurculus andamanensis

Eusurculus pristinus

Fiordichthys slartibartfasti - The Fiordland brotula, Fiordichthys slartibartfasti, is a rare viviparous brotula of the family Bythitidae, the only member of the genus Fiordichthys.

Genypterus brasiliensis

Black cusk-eel

Rock ling

Bighead brotula

Grammonus waikiki

Grammonus yunokawai

Gold brotula

Hoplobrotula badia

Dusky cusk eel

Shortbeard cusk-eel

Silver cusk eel

Specklefin cusk eel

Leopard cusk eel

Blackedge cusk-eel

Blackrim cusk-eel

Prowspine cusk eel

Blotchfin cusk eel

Toothed Cuban cusk-eel

Lucifuga simile

Cuban cusk-eel

Majungaichthys simplex

Neobythitoides serratus

Walker's coralbrotula

Coco coralbrotula

Smith's coralbrotula

Galapagos cuskeel

Jewett's coralbrotula

Darkfinned coralbrotula

Roberts' coralbrotula

Oyster pearlfish

Snake blenny

Ophidion exul

Earspot cusk eel

Striped cusk eel

Ophidion genyopus

Blotched cusk-eel

Mimic cusk-eel

Rainbow cusk eel

Crested cusk-eel

Ophidion lozanoi

Striped cusk-eel

Ophidion metoecus

Black-edged cusk-eel

Letter opener

Colonial cusk-eel

Ophidion rochei

Ophidion saldanhai

Basketweave cusk-eel

Natal cusk-eel

Crested cusk-eel

Ghost cusk-eel

Bighead cusk eel

Polka-dot cusk-eel

Paradiancistrus lombokensis

Dusky cusk

Parophidion vassali

Banded cusk eel

Saccogaster normae

Cusk eel

Brown-banded cusk-eel

Tetragondacnus spilotus

Dama Ciega Blanca - The Mexican blind brotula, Ogilbia pearsei, is a species of fish in the Bythitidae family.

Ungusurculus collettei

Zephyrichthys barryi

Order Orectolobiformes

Arabian carpetshark - The Arabian carpetshark is a species of carpet shark in the family Hemiscylliidae, inhabiting coral reefs and other shallow coastal habitats from the Persian Gulf to India.

Burmese bamboo shark - Reproduction is presumed to be oviparous.

Indonesian bamboo shark - Hasselt's bamboo shark, Chiloscyllium hasseltii, is a bamboo shark in the family Hemiscylliidae found around Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia, between latitudes 23° N and 10° N, and longitude 91° E and 133° E.

Barbelthroat carpet shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Taiwan saddled carpetshark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Saddled carpet shark - The Saddle Carpetshark, Cirrhoscyllium japonicum, is a carpetshark of the family Parascylliidae found around Japan, between latitudes 35°N and 24°N, at depths of between 250 to 290 metres .

Blue-gray carpet shark - The bluegrey carpetshark or Colclough's shark is an uncommon species of carpet shark endemic to shallow inshore waters off northeastern Australia.

Western wobbegong - The floral banded wobbegong is a recently described species of carpet shark found in the Indian Ocean off southwestern Australia.

Japanese wobbegong - The Japanese wobbegong, Orectolobus japonicus, is a carpet shark in the family Orectolobidae, found in the tropical western Pacific Ocean from Japan and Korea to Viet Nam and the Philippines, between latitudes 43° N to 6° N.

Dwarf spotted wobbegong - The dwarf spotted wobbegong is a recently described carpet shark in the family Orectolobidae.

Rusty carpet shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Parascyllium - Reproduction is oviparous.

Aried cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Order Osmeriformes

Whitebait smelt - Whitebait smelt can grow from 7-9 inches in length, and are important food sources for larger fish.

Alice argentina

Smallmouth argentine

North-pacific argentine

Asquamiceps longmani

Conocara nigrum

Maori trout - The giant kokopu, Galaxias argenteus, is a galaxiid of the genus Galaxias, found only in New Zealand.

Banded kokopu - The banded kokopu, Galaxias fasciatus, is a galaxiid of the genus Galaxias, found only in New Zealand, including the Chatham and Stewart/Rakiura islands.

Clarence galaxias - The Clarence galaxias is a species of fish in the Galaxiidae family.

Bignose galaxias

Galaxias neocaledonicus

Galaxias platei

Shortjaw kokopu - The shortjaw kokopu, Galaxias postvectis, is a galaxiid of the genus Galaxias, found only in New Zealand, apart from the Chatham and Stewart/Rakiura islands.

Spotted mountain trout - Spotted galaxias has a very wide distribution, being found in southern Victoria, all of Tasmania, offshore islands in between, as well as south-west Western Australia.

Blackstripe minnow - Galaxiella nigrostriata males grow to a maximum length of 4.

Eastern little galaxias

Glossanodon australis

Glossanodon melanomanus

Glossanodon mildredae

Glossanodon polli

Glossanodon pseudolineatus

Hemisalanx brachyrostralis

Dwarf pencilfish - The species is small, females measuring up to 7 cm in length, its body is slender, elongate and cylindrical.

Tasmanian whitebait - The Tasmanian whitebait or Derwent whitebait, Lovettia sealii, is a galaxiid of the family Galaxiidae, found only in Tasmania, Australia.

Canterbury mudfish - Its length is up to 15 cm.

Tasmanian mudfish - N.

Black mudfish - The black mudfish, Neochanna diversus, is a galaxiid of the family Galaxiidae, found only in swamps and wetlands in the northern half of the North Island of New Zealand, from Kaitaia in the north to the Mokau River in the south.

Northland mudfish - The Northland mudfish, Neochanna heleios, is a galaxiid of the genus Neochanna, found only in swampy locations west of the Bay of Islands in Northland, New Zealand.

Neosalanx anderssoni

Neosalanx brevirostris

Neosalanx jordani

Ariakehimeshirauo

Neosalanx taihuensis

Shannon galaxias

Great Lake Darter

Julian Paragalaxias

Arthurs paragalaxias - The arthurs paragalaxias is a species of fish in the Galaxiidae family.

Ryukyu ayu-fish - The name "sweetfish" is due to the sweetness of its flesh.

Clearhead icefish

Cucumber herring - The Australian grayling is a streamlined fish with a streamlined, vaguely trout-like shape.

Tasmanian smelt - The Tasmanian smelt, Retropinna tasmanica, is a small, pelagic freshwater smelt found in lowland streams of Tasmania, Australia.

Salangichthys ishikawae

Common icefish

Salanx ariakensis

Chinese noodlefish

Noodlefish

Salanx prognathus

Salanx reevesii

Order Osteoglossiformes

Arapaima - Arapaima can reach lengths of more than 2 m , in some exceptional cases even more than 2.

Boulengeromyrus knoepffleri

Brienomyrus kingsleyae eburneensis

Campylomormyrus alces

Campylomormyrus bredoi

Campylomormyrus cassaicus

Campylomormyrus christyi

Campylomormyrus curvirostris

Elephant-trunk mormyrid

Campylomormyrus luapulaensis

Campylomormyrus numenius

Campylomormyrus orycteropus

Campylomormyrus phantasticus

Wormjawed mormyrid

Campylomormyrus tshokwe

Indochina featherback - The Royal Knifefish , also called Indochina Featherback, is a species of fish in the Notopteridae family.

Indonesian featherback

Chitala hypselonotus

Genyomyrus donnyi

Gnathonemus barbatus

Gnathonemus echidnorhynchus

Lake Tanganyika sardine - The longnose stonebasher is a species of fish in the Mormyridae family.

Elephantnose fish - Peters' elephantnose fish are native to the rivers of West and Central Africa, in particular the lower Niger River basin, the Ogun River basin and in the upper Chari River.

Aba - The aba has a long and slender body, with no caudal, pelvic, or anal fins.

Heteromormyrus pauciradiatus

Hippopotamyrus aelsbroecki

Slender stonebasher

Hippopotamyrus batesii

Hippopotamyrus castor

Zambezi parrotfish

Hippopotamyrus harringtoni

Hippopotamyrus macrops

Hippopotamyrus macroterops

Hippopotamyrus pappenheimi

Hippopotamyrus paugyi

Trunkfish

Trunkfish

Hippopotamyrus retrodorsalis

Hippopotamyrus szaboi

Hippopotamyrus weeksii

Hippopotamyrus wilverthi

Hyperopisus bebe occidentalis

Isichthys henryi

Ivindomyrus opdenboschi

Marcusenius abadii

Marcusenius altisambesi

Marcusenius annamariae

Marcusenius bentleyi

Marcusenius brucii

Marcusenius cuangoanus

Trunkfish

Marcusenius deboensis

Marcusenius devosi

Marcusenius dundoensis

Marcusenius friteli

Marcusenius furcidens

Marcusenius fuscus

Marcusenius ghesquierei

Marcusenius greshoffii

Marcusenius intermedius

Marcusenius kutuensis

Marcusenius leopoldianus

Marcusenius livingstonii - Marcusenius livingstonii is a species of fish in the Mormyridae family.

Marcusenius macrolepidotus angolensis

Marcusenius macrophthalmus

Marcusenius meronai

Monteiri's bulldog

Marcusenius moorii

Marcusenius ntemensis

Marcusenius nyasensis

Marcusenius rheni

Marcusenius sanagaensis

Marcusenius schilthuisiae

Trunkfish

Marcusenius senegalensis pfaffi

Marcusenius stanleyanus

Marcusenius thomasi

Marcusenius ussheri

Victoria stonebasher - The Victoria stonebasher is a species of fish in the Mormyridae family.

Cornish jack - The Cornish jack, Mormyrops anguilloides, is a species of weakly electric fish in the family Mormyridae, native to quiet waters in much of Sub-Saharan Africa.

Mormyrops attenuatus

Mormyrops batesianus

Mormyrops breviceps

African carp

Mormyrops citernii

Mormyrops curtus

Mormyrops curviceps

Mormyrops engystoma

Mormyrops furcidens

Mormyrops intermedius

Mormyrops lineolatus

Mormyrops masuianus

Mormyrops microstoma

Mormyrops nigricans

Mormyrops parvus

Mormyrops sirenoides

Bernhard's elephant-snout fish

Mormyrus caballus asinus

Mormyrus caballus bumbanus

Mormyrus caballus lualabae

Mormyrus casalis

Ado lakok - Mormyrus caschive is a species of fish in the Mormyridae family.

Mormyrus cyaneus

Mormyrus felixi

Mormyrus goheeni

Hildebrandt's elephant-snout fish

Mormyrus iriodes

Elephantsnout fish

Western bottlenose mormyrid

Mormyrus macrocephalus - Mormyrus macrocephalus is a species of fish in the Mormyridae family.

Mormyrids

Mormyrus niloticus

Mormyrus ovis

Mormyrus rume proboscirostris

Mormyrus subundulatus

Trunkfish

Athi elephant-snout fish - The Athi elephant-snout fish is a species of fish in the Mormyridae family.

Myomyrus macrodon

Myomyrus macrops

Myomyrus pharao

Oxymormyrus boulengeri

Oxymormyrus zanclirostris

Reticulate knifefish

Papyrocranus congoensis

Paramormyrops gabonensis

Ghost stonebasher

Petrocephalus balayi

Petrocephalus bane comoensis

Petrocephalus binotatus

Petrocephalus bovei guineensis

Petrocephalus catostoma congicus

Petrocephalus catostoma haullevillei

Tana-churchill

Petrocephalus christyi

Petrocephalus cunganus

Petrocephalus gliroides

Petrocephalus grandoculis

Petrocephalus guttatus

Petrocephalus hutereaui

Petrocephalus keatingii

Mormyrids

Petrocephalus microphthalmus

Petrocephalus pallidomaculatus

Petrocephalus pellegrini

Petrocephalus sauvagii

Petrocephalus schoutedeni

Petrocephalus soudanensis

Petrocephalus squalostoma

Petrocephalus tenuicauda

Pollimyrus adspersus

Pollimyrus brevis

Dwarf stonebasher

Pollimyrus isidori fasciaticeps

Pollimyrus isidori osborni

Pollimyrus maculipinnis

Pollimyrus marchei

Dark stonebasher - The dark stonebasher is a species of fish in the Mormyridae family.

Pollimyrus nigripinnis

Pollimyrus pedunculatus

Pollimyrus petherici

Pollimyrus petricolus

Pollimyrus plagiostoma

Pollimyrus pulverulentus

Pollimyrus schreyeni

Pollimyrus stappersii kapangae

Pollimyrus tumifrons

Stomatorhinus ater

Stomatorhinus corneti

Stomatorhinus fuliginosus

Stomatorhinus humilior

Stomatorhinus ivindoensis

Stomatorhinus kununguensis

Stomatorhinus microps

Stomatorhinus patrizii

Stomatorhinus polli

Stomatorhinus polylepis

Stomatorhinus puncticulatus

Stomatorhinus schoutedeni

Stomatorhinus walkeri

African Knife Fish - This fish reaches 30 centimetres SL in length.

Order Perciformes

Scaly boy

Acanthanectes hystrix

Acanthaphritis barbata

Acanthaphritis grandisquamis

Acanthaphritis ozawai

Acanthaphritis unoorum

Mud sunfish - The mud sunfish prefers sluggish, weedy waters of 10–22 °C , over muddy, detritus-strewn bottoms, and occurs in small lakes as well as riverine backwaters.

Acanthemblemaria atrata

Papillose blenny

Acanthemblemaria cubana

Acanthemblemaria harpeza

Revillagigedo barnacle blenny

Acanthistius patachonicus

Koester

Bandfish

Olive rockfish

Rockfish - The New Zealand rockfish, Acanthoclinus littoreus, is a roundhead of the genus Acanthoclinus, found only in New Zealand from shallow depths to 15 m.

Stout rockfish

Little rockfish - The little rockfish, Acanthoclinus rua, is a longfin of the family Plesiopidae, found only in New Zealand's subtidal zone and in rock pools at low tide.

Japanese river goby

Acanthogobius lactipes

Acanthogobius luridus

Blackline prickleback

Acanthopagrus akazakii

Picnic seabream

Black bream - The species is primarily an inhabitant of estuaries and coastal lakes, rarely entering the ocean, as it cannot complete its life cycle in a fully marine environment.

Yellowfin seabream

Acanthopagrus schlegelii czerskii

Acanthopagrus taiwanensis

Scottie

Acanthoplesiops psilogaster

Monrovia doctorfish

Mangrove goby

Tropical sand goby

Acentrogobius cyanomos

Day's goby

Acentrogobius ennorensis

Grey goby

Manson's goby

Acentrogobius pellidebilis

Acentrogobius pflaumii

Sulu goby

Malagasy mountain mullet

Acentrogobius viganensis

Spotted green goby

Tamar River goby

Aidablennius sphynx

Akko brevis

Akko dionaea

Akko rossi

Stone cockscomb

Alectrias benjamini

Alectrias cirratus

Alectrias gallinus

Alectrias mutsuensis

Smallmouth scad - The smallmouth scad is one of five members in the scad genus Alepes, which is one of 33 genera of the jack family, Carangidae.

Alloblennius anuchalis

Jugular blenny

Dwarf blenny

Alloblennius pictus

Island kelpfish

Allomogurnda flavimarginata

Allomogurnda hoesei

Allomogurnda insularis

Allomogurnda landfordi

Allomogurnda montana

Allomogurnda papua

Allomogurnda sampricei

Pacifiic guaseta

Alticus anjouanae

Kirk's blenny

Alticus monochrus

Alticus montanoi

Leaping blenny

Marquesan rockskipper

Sailfin glass perchlet

Buru glass perchlet

Buton glassy perchlet

Dusky glass perch

Port Jackson glassfish

Freckled hawkfish

Macleay's glass perchlet

Estuarine glass perchlet

Estuary perchlet

Flag-tailed glass perchlet

Mueller's glassfish

Slender glassy

Vachelli's glass perchlet

Shadow bass - A.

Bass - A.

Ozark bass - A.

Goggle eye - A.

Pinkgray goby

Amblychaeturichthys sciistius

Amblycirrhitus earnshawi

Amblycirrhitus oxyrhynchos

Horse-shoe shrimp-goby

Amblyeleotris bellicauda

Amblyeleotris biguttata

Shrimp goby

Amblyeleotris callopareia

Amblyeleotris delicatulus

Downing's shrimpgoby

Amblyeleotris ellipse

Amblyeleotris harrisorum - This is an elongated goby up to 75 mm standard length.

Amblyeleotris japonica

Metallic shrimp-goby

Amblyeleotris marquesas - This is an elongated goby up to 7 cm standard length.

Masui's shrimp-goby

Amblyeleotris melanocephala

Amblyeleotris morishitai

Amblyeleotris neumanni

Ogasawara shrimp-goby

Amblyeleotris rubrimarginata - This is a fairly elongated goby up to 8 cm standard length.

Amblyeleotris stenotaeniata

Amblyeleotris taipinensis

Triplespot shrimpgoby

Amblyglyphidodon orbicularis

Byno goby

Amblygobius magnusi

Amblygobius stethophthalmus

Amblygobius tekomaji

Amblyotrypauchen arctocephalus

Naked sand darter

Florida sand darter

Western sand darter

Southern sand darter

Eastern sand darter - The eastern sand darter is a species of fish in the Percidae family.

Scaly sand darter

Lance

Lance

Gill's sand lance

Ammodytoides kimurai

Pitcairn Sandlance

Ammodytoides vagus

Tiger grunter

Amoya gracilis

Amoya madraspatensis

Amoya moloanus

Tusk goby

Barred surfperch - Barred surfperch are an important sport fishery for most surf fishermen in California.

Calico surfperch

Porgy

The climbing bass - The Anabantidae are a family of perciform fish commonly called the climbing gouramies or climbing perches.

Wolf-fish - In spite of its large size the Atlantic wolffish has retained the bodily form and general external characteristics of small blennies .

Catfish - The bottom-dwelling spotted wolffish is found across the North Atlantic from north of Russia to the Scotian Shelf, off Nova Scotia.

Bering wolffish

Doctorfish - Large wolf eels can be aggressive and are capable of inflicting painful bites on humans

Dockbill pugolovka

Andamia amphibius

Andamia heteroptera

Andamia tetradactylus

Anisarchus macrops

Stout eelblenny

Silvergrey grunt

Xantic sargo

Spotted head sargo

Brownstriped grunt - The brownstriped grunt is a species of fish in the Haemulidae family.

Carruco sargo

Panama porkfish

Slender cockscomb

Crested blenny

Aden blenny

Moustached rockskipper

Horned rockskipper

Simony's blenny

Orangedotted blenny

Anthias salmopunctatus - Anthias salmopunctatus is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Deep-bodied boarfish - Antigonia capros is a species of fish in the Caproidae family.

Antigonia hulleyi

Antigonia kenyae

Antigonia malayana

Antigonia quiproqua

Antigonia undulata

Apistogramma acrensis

Aplodactylus guttatus

Aplodactylus punctatus

Sheepshead - It is also called shepherd's pie, silver bass, gray bass,

Gobi

Apocryptodon madurensis

Apocryptodon punctatus

Pen-point blenny

Rockweed gunnel

Kelp gunnel

Brazilian flamefish

Apogon argyrogaster

Bulls-eye cardinalfish

Axillary-spot cardinalfish

Cavite cardinalfish

Dhofar cardinalfish

Broadbanded cardinalfish

Brown-spotted cardinalfish

Deepwater cardinalfish

Guadaloupe cardinalfish

Apogon gularis

Apogon hungi

Apogon indicus

Apogon ishigakiensis

False ear-spot cardinalfish

Sydney cardinalfish

Indian perch

Apogon marquesensis

Apogon micromaculatus

Smallscale cardinal

Apogon niger

Blackfoot cardinal

Tail-eye cardinalfish

Oman cardinalfish

Apogon oxina

Apogon pharaonis

Pearlyfinned cardinalfish

Apogon quartus

Apogon regani

Striped cardinalfish

Apogon schlegeli

Apogon sialis

Apogon sinus

Smith's cardinalfish

Apogon spongicolus

Apogon susanae

Apogon tchefouensis

Apogon unicolor

Single-striped cardinalfish

Three-spined cardinalfish

Tasselled triplefin

Ocellate triplefin - The ocellate triplefin, Apopterygion oculus, is a threefin blenny of the family Tripterygiidae, found around the coast of New Zealand to depths of between 14 and 186 m in reef areas of broken rock and shellgrit.

African forktail snapper

Arcygobius baliurus

Bridled goby

Half-bridled goby

Arenigobius leftwichi

Taiwan tai

Argyrops megalommatus

Amoy croaker

Squaretail kob

Silver-rag driftfish

Ariomma dollfusi

Spotted driftfish

Artedidraco glareobarbatus

South Georgian plunderfish

Artedidraco orianae

Artedidraco shackletoni

Artedidraco skottsbergi

Slow goby

Askoldia variegata

Asterropteryx ovata

Asterropteryx senoui

Astrabe fasciata

Astrabe flavimaculata

Astrabe lactisella

Northern stargazer - The Northern Stargazer has a blackish brown body with white spots that are of the same size all over its head and back.

Brazilian stargazer

Pacific stargazer

White weakfish - The body of the white seabass is elongate, and somewhat compressed.

Scorched croaker

Auchenionchus crinitus

Auchenionchus microcirrhis

Auchenionchus variolosus

Aulonocara stonemani - Aulonocara stonemani is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Aulopareia atripinnatus

Scalycheek goby

Aulopareia koumansi

Aulopareia unicolor

Austrolycus depressiceps

Austrolycus laticinctus

Yellowtail croaker

Rock goby

Awaous fluviatilis

Pacific river goby

Freshwater goby

Awaous litturatus

Chonophorus macrorhynchus

Spotfin river goby

Awaous pallidus

Sand fish

Cocos triplefin

Panama triplefin

Multibarred triplefin

Cortez triplefin

Rubinoff's triplefin

Azygopterus corallinus

Spine bahaba

Silver croaker - The American silver perch, Bairdiella chrysoura, is an American fish.

Ronco croaker

Peacock bass

Croaker

Banjofish - It is native to coastal waters of the western Pacific Ocean, from Japan to the South China Sea.

Barbulifer

Saddlebanded goby

Panther goby

Bearded goby

Bathyblennius antholops

Kai dragonet

Bathycallionymus sokonumeri

Bathydraco scotiae

Bathygobius aeolosoma

Whitespotted goby

Bathygobius arundelii

Bathygobius casamancus

Bathygobius crassiceps

Notchtongue goby

Bathygobius fishelsoni

Bathygobius hongkongensis

Bathygobius karachiensis

Bathygobius kreftii

Southern frillfin

Meggitt's goby

Island frillfin

Black minigoby

Bathygobius ostreicola

Padang goby

Bathygobius panayensis

Bathygobius petrophilus

Bathygobius smithi

Molly miller

Bathygobius versicolor

Bathymaster derjugini

Smallmouth ronquil

Searcher

Bathysphyraenops simplex

Bathystethus orientale

Beliops batanensis

Beliops xanthokrossos

Mottled twister - The mottled twister, Bellapiscis lesleyae, is a triplefin of the family Tripterygiidae, commonly found around the coast of New Zealand in rock pools and down to depths of about 5 m in reef areas of broken rock.

Twister - The twister, Bellapiscis medius, is a triplefin fish of the family Tripterygiidae, commonly found around the coast of New Zealand.

Orangespotted soapfish

Bembrops cadenati

Brownspotted flathead

Goby flathead - Bembrops gobioides is a species of fish in the Percophidae family.

Squaretail duckbill

Benitochromis riomuniensis

Benthophiloides brauneri

Benthophiloides turcomanus

Baer pugolovka

Benthophilus casachicus

Benthophilus ctenolepidus

Benthophilus durrelli

Granular pugolovka

Benthophilus kessleri

Benthophilus leobergius

Benthophilus leptocephalus

Short-snout pugolovka

Azov tadpole goby

Benthophilus mahmudbejovi

Benthophilus ragimovi

Spiny pugolovka

Benthophilus svetovidovi

Bilabria ornata

Bleekeria mitsukurii

Bleekeria viridianguilla

Lined rockskipper

Blenniella leopardus

Lace klipfish

Silverbubble klipfish

Blennius maoricus

Blennius normani

Butterfly blenny - The butterfly blenny has 11-12 Dorsal spines, 14-16 Dorsal soft rays, 2 anal spines and 15-16 anal soft rays .

Giant triplefin - The giant triplefin, Blennodon dorsale, is a triplefin of the family Tripterygiidae, the only member of the genus Blennodon, found around the coast of New Zealand.

Snaky klipfish

Striped klipfish

Hogfishes

Boleophthalmus birdsongi

Boddart's goggle-eyed goby

Boleophthalmus caeruleomaculatus

Mud skipper

Boleophthalmus pectinirostris

White-eye goby

Ragged goby

Shelf goby

Colombian goby

Bollmannia litura

Bollmannia longipinnis

Frailscale goby

Apostrophe goby

Pennant goby

Bollmannia pawneea

Tailspot goby

Dusky goby

Striped boga

Borriqueta porgy

Nightfish

Bostrychus africanus

Island gudgeon - The island gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Bostrychus microphthalmus

Four-eyed sleeper

Striped-cheek gudgeon

Barred gudgeon - The barred gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Bothrocara soldatovi

Bothrocarina nigrocaudata

Bovichtus argentinus

Bovichtus chilensis

Bovichtus diacanthus

Bovichtus oculus

Bovichtus psychrolutes

Bovichtus veneris

Brachyamblyopus brachysoma

Schooling bumblebee goby

Brachygobius doriae

Kabili bumblebee goby

Brachygobius mekongensis

Bumblebee goby - B.

Brachygobius sabanus

Bumblebee goby

Brachygobius xanthomelas

Bumblebee fish - Brachygobius xanthozona is distinct from many of the other species in the genus Brachygobius and has been placed by some ichthyologists in the genus Hypogymnogobius.

Guadeloupe seaperch

Kelp perch

Southern barred triplefin - The southern barred triplefin is found in rock pools and amongst seagrass beds.

Branchiostegus ilocanus

Freckled tilefish

Zebra tilefish

Branchiostegus serratus

Branchiostegus vittatus

Ward's tilefish

Bryaninops dianneae

Bryaninops isis

Nutcracker prickleback

De Buen's goby

Pugnose bass

Greenback gauvina

Bunaka pinguis

Olive flathead-gudgeon

Butis gymnopomus

Olive flathead-gudgeon

Marblecheek sleeper

Butterfly perch - The butterfly perch, Caesioperca lepidoptera, a sea bass of the subfamily Anthiinae of the family Serranidae , is found in the eastern Indian Ocean, and south west Pacific Ocean including southern Australia, and New Zealand.

Barber perch

Agulhas goby

Banded goby

Caffrogobius dubius

Prison goby

Baldy

Barehead goby

Commafin goby

Calamiana illota

Calamiana kabilia

Calamiana mindora

Calamiana polylepis

Calamiana variegata

Porgy

Campeche porgy

Spotfin porgy

Whitebone porgy

Flathead porgy

Goldie

Parrot seaperch

Callanthias splendens

Calliclinus geniguttatus

Calliclinus nudiventris

Callionymus aagilis - Callionymus aagilis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus acutirostris - Callionymus acutirostris is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus afilum - Callionymus afilum is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus altipinnis - Callionymus altipinnis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus amboina - Callionymus amboina is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Big-head dragonet - The big-head dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Australian stinkfish - The Australian stinkfish is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus belcheri - Callionymus belcheri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Black caudal dragonet - Callionymus beniteguri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus bentuviai - Callionymus bentuviai is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus bifilum - Callionymus bifilum is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus bleekeri - Callionymus bleekeri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus caeruleonotatus - Bluespotted dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus comptus - Ornamented dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus csiro - Callionymus csiro is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus decoratus - Decorated dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus doryssus - Callionymus doryssus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus draconis - Callionymus draconis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Smallhead dragonet - Smallhead dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus fasciatus - Callionymus fasciatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Blotchfin dragonet - Blotchfin dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

River dragonet - River dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus formosanus - Callionymus formosanus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Goodland's stinkfish - Goodlad's stinkfish is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Gross's stinkfish - Gross's stinkfish is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus guentheri - Callionymus guentheri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus hainanensis - Callionymus hainanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus hildae - Callionymus hildae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Hinds' dragonet - Hinds' dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus io - Callionymus io is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus kanakorum - Callionymus kanakorum is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus keeleyi - Callionymus keeleyi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus kotthausi - Callionymus kotthausi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus leucopoecilus - Callionymus leucopoecilus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus luridus - Callionymus luridus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Dragonet - Callionymus lyra is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus macclesfieldensis - Callionymus macclesfieldensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus marquesensis - Callionymus marquesensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus martinae - Callionymus martinae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Mauritius dragonet - Mauritius dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus megastomus - Callionymus megastomus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus melanotopterus - Callionymus melanotopterus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus meridionalis - Callionymus meridionalis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Muscat dragonet - Muscat dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Long-tail dragonet - Long-tail dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus obscurus - Callionymus obscurus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus ochiaii - Callionymus ochiaii is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus octostigmatus - Callionymus octostigmatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus ogilbyi - Callionymus ogilbyi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus oxycephalus - Callionymus oxycephalus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus planus - Callionymus planus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus platycephalus - Callionymus platycephalus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus pleurostictus - Callionymus pleurostictus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus pusillus - Callionymus pusillus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus regani - Callionymus regani is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Reticulated dragonet - Reticulated dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Arrow dragonet - Callionymus risso is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus rivatoni - Callionymus rivatoni is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus russelli - Callionymus russelli is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

St helena dragonet

Callionymus scabriceps - Callionymus scabriceps is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Short-snout sand-dragonet - Short-snout sand-dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus semeiophor - Callionymus semeiophor is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus sphinx - Callionymus sphinx is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus spiniceps - Callionymus spiniceps is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus stigmatopareius - Callionymus stigmatopareius is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus sublaevis - Callionymus sublaevis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Proud dragonet - Proud dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus tenuis - Callionymus tenuis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus tethys - Callionymus tethys is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus umbrithorax - Callionymus umbrithorax is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus variegatus - Callionymus variegatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus whiteheadi - Callionymus whiteheadi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus zythros - Callionymus zythros is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Calliurichthys izuensis

Callogobius amikami

Callogobius centrolepis

Callogobius crassus

Callogobius dori

Slimy goby

Callogobius liolepis

Callogobius nigromarginatus

Callogobius seshaiyai

Callogobius sheni

Callogobius stellatus

Callogobius tanegasimae

Calumia profunda

Slender platanna-klipfish

Whiteblotched klipfish

Cancelloxus longior

Caprodon krasyukovae

Boar fish

Mojarra

Caragobius burmanicus

Scaleless worm goby

Brownback trevally - The brownback trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, one of a number of groups of fish referred to as jacks and trevallies.

Caspiosoma caspium

Atlantic goldeye tilefish

Ocean whitefish

Reticulated tilefish

Hubbs' tilefish

Gulf bareye tilefish

Grey tilefish

Yellowbar tilefish

Barred seabass

Peacock sunfish - The flier, which can live up to five years, grows to a maximum recorded length of about 3 cm .

Centrodraco pseudoxenicus

Centrolabrus caeruleus

Armed snook

Blackfin snook

Guianan snook

Black snook

Chucumite

Mexican snook

Union snook

White snook

Sea bass

Centropristis rufus

Centropyge abei

Narc angelfish

Goldbar grouper

Niger hind

African hind - A Grouper from the Indo-Pacific that occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade.

Australian bandfish

Red band-fish - Cepola macrophthalma is a bandfish of the family Cepolidae.

Cepola pauciradiata - Cepola pauciradiata is a species of bandfish in the family Cepolidae.

Red bandfish

Cerdale fasciata

Spotted worm goby

Cerdale paludicola

Cerdale prolata

Blackfin icefish

Chestnut goby

Biringo

Chaenogobius cylindricus

Chaenogobius heptacanthus

Chaenogobius macrognathos

Chaenogobius raninus

Chaenogobius scrobiculatus

Chaenogobius transversefasciatus

Chaenopsis alepidota californiensis

Cortez pikeblenny

Delta pikeblenny

Chaenopsis megalops

Flecked pikeblenny

West African spadefish

Finespot goby

Looseskin blenny

Two-eyed blenny

Pike icefish - The Antarctic icefish belong to the perciform suborder Notothenioidei and are the largely endemic, dominant fish taxa in the cold continental shelf waters surrounding Antarctica.

Champsodon atridorsalis

Champsodon sagittus

Champsodon sechellensis

Bentooth

Champsodon vorax

Channa ornatipinnis

Channa pulchra

Channichthys aelitae

Channichthys bospori

Channichthys normani

Channichthys panticapaei

Channichthys rugosus

Sailfish pike

Chasmichthys dolichognathus

Chasmichthys gulosus

Longjaw blenny

Florida blenny

Redfingers - The redfingers is of typical morwong shape.

Blacktip morwong

Barred fingerfin - The barred fingerfin is a morwong of the genus Cheilodactylus, found only off the coasts of Namibia and South Africa from shallow depths to 120 metres.

Twospot cardinalfish

Cheilodipterus pygmaios

Croaker

Torrent fish - The torrent fish, Cheimarrichthys fosteri, is the only member of the genus Cheimarrichthys which in turn is the only member of the family Cheimarrichthyidae.

Bigeye grouper

Chelidoperca lecromi

Chelidoperca margaritifera

Chelidoperca pleurospilus

Slender happy

Chionodraco hamatus

Decorated blenny

Mosshead prickleback

Chirolophis saitone

Bearded warbonnet

Matcheek warbonnet

Chirolophis wui

Chironemus bicornis

Chironemus delfini

Tasseled kelpfish

Chironemus microlepis

Dalhousie goby

Finke goby

Elizabeth Springs goby

Tadpole goby

Edgbaston goby

Chlidichthys rubiceps

Choerodon frenatus

Choerodon gomoni

Choerodon margaritiferus

Dark-spot tuskfish

Wedge-tailed tuskfish

Redstripe tuskfish

Black-blotch tuskfish

Chriolepis atrimelum

Deepwater goby

Rail goby

Chriolepis dialepta

Chriolepis lepidota

Rubble goby

Mystery goby

Wasp goby

Gecko goby

Grey chromis

Bigeye chromis

Wood's chromis

Chromogobius britoi

Chestnut goby

Kolombatovic's goby

Sheila's damselfish

Daggerhead seabream

Red stumpnose seabream

Roman seabream

False red stumpnose

Slinger seabream

Corvina - The corvina is similar in appearance to its relatives the weakfish and spotted seatrout.

Barbelled klipfish

Cirrhilabrus katoi

Cirrhilabrus sanguineus

Tono's wrasse

Cirrhitus albopunctatus

West African hawkfish

Cirripectes jenningsi

Cirripectes kuwamurai

Cirripectes randalli

Cirripectes viriosus

Cirrisalarias bunares

Clariger chionomaculatus

Clariger cosmurus

Clariger exilis

Clariger papillosus

Clepticus africanus

Clepticus brasiliensis

Arrow goby

Fleet klipfish

Cline

Ladder klipfish

Sad klipfish

Agile klipfish

Onrust klipfish

Cape kilpfish

Bluntnose klipfish

Helen's klipfish

Westcoast klipfish

False bay klipfish

Chinese klipfish

Robust klipfish

Kelp klipfish

Bot river klipfish

Super klipfish

Bull klipfish

Speckled klipfish

Oldman klipfish

Big head croaker

Bighead croaker

Cologrammus flavescens

Congochromis dimidiatus

Congochromis pugnatus

Congochromis squamiceps

Congrogadus amplimaculatus

Congrogadus hierichthys

Congrogadus malayanus

Spiny eel-blenny

Pilbara eelblenny

Burro

Armed grunt

Happy - Copadichromis ilesi is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Copadichromis melas

Barcheek blenny

Liechtenstein's goby

Corcyrogobius lubbocki

Coreoperca loona

Adamson's goby

Anomolous goby

Coryogalops bretti

Thinbarred goby

Onespot goby

Coryogalops ochetica

Epaulette goby

Coryogalops tessellatus

Kaalpens goby

Montagu's blenny

Coryphopterus gracilis

Coryphopterus humeralis

Coryphopterus venezuelae

Cottoperca gobio

Slender stargazer - The slender stargazer, Crapatalus angusticeps, is a southern sandfish of the family Leptoscopidae, found around New Zealand at depths of between a few metres and 60 m.

Robust pygmy-stargazer

Sandfish - The New Zealand sand stargazer, Crapatalus novaezelandiae, is a southern sandfish of the family Leptoscopidae, found around New Zealand in shallow sandy areas, particularly harbours and estuaries.

Graery threadfin seabass

Creedia alleni

Creedia bilineatus

Slender sand-diver

Cape triplefin - The Cape triplefin, Cremnochorites capensis, is a triplefin blenny of the family Tripterygiidae and only member of the genus Cremnochorites, found in the western Indian Ocean and southeast Atlantic, from Sodwana Bay to False Bay in South Africa.

Blackspotted hawkfish

Cristatogobius albius

Cristatogobius aurimaculatus

Cristatogobius gobioides

Cristatogobius lophius

Cristatogobius nonatoae

Cristatogobius rubripectoralis

Golden weedfish - The golden weedfish, Cristiceps aurantiacus, is a weedfish of the genus Cristiceps, found around New South Wales, Australia and New Zealand.

Crested weedfish - The crested weedfish, Cristiceps australis, is a weedfish of the family Clinidae, found around southern Australia from low water to depths of about 30 m.

Lizard triplefin - The lizard triplefin, Crocodilichthys gracilis, is a fish of the family Tripterygiidae and only member of the genus Crocodilichthys, found in the Gulf of California in the eastern Central Pacific at depths down to 38 m.

Burrowing goby - This species has a very limited distribution and is threatened by coastal development, pollution and siltation of estuaries caused by soil erosion from further inland.

Crossostomus fasciatus

Crossostomus sobrali

Cryodraco pappenheimi

Red devil

Cryptacanthodes bergi

Giant wrymouth

Bastard cusk

Cryptic triplefin

Arabian goby

Cryptocentrus bulbiceps

Cryptocentrus callopterus

Cryptocentrus cebuanus

Cryptocentrus cephalotaenius

Cryptocentrus diproctotaenia

Cryptocentrus insignitus

Cryptocentrus leonis

Cryptocentrus malindiensis

Cryptocentrus melanopus

Cryptocentrus niveatus

Yellow-barred shrimp-goby

Four-blotch shrimp-goby

Cryptocentrus pretiosus

Cryptocentrus russus

Cryptocentrus wehrlei

Cryptocentrus yatsui

Deepwater kelpfish

Hidden blenny

Crystal darter - Until recently, the crystal darter's species name was Ammocrypta asprella, but this name is now considered invalid.

South Pacific Sandburrower

Crystallodytes pauciradiatus

Cristal goby

Ctenogobius aestivaregia

Ctenogobius cervicosquamus

Ctenogobius chengtuensis

Ctenogobius clarki

Mexican goby

Blackbar goby

Ctenogobius fukushimai

Ctenogobius lepturus

Mangrove goby

Slashcheek goby

Ctenogobius puncticeps

Longtail goby

Ctenogobius shennongensis

American freshwater goby

Emerald goby

Marked goby

Spottail goby

Tailspot ctenopoma

Barbel drum

Ctenotrypauchen chinensis

Mawson's dragonfish

Poenskop seabream

Shiner surfperch - Shiner perches are similar to tule perches, deep-bodied with a dusky greenish back and silvery sides that have a pattern combining fine horizontal bars with three broad yellow vertical bars.

Acoupa weakfish - The acoupa weakfish, Cynoscion acoupa, is a croaker of the family Sciaenidae, found in the western Atlantic from Panama to Argentina, at depths down to 20 m.

Peruvian weakfish

Sand weakfish

Jamaica weakfish

Smooth weakfish

Smallscale weakfish

Seatrout

Shortfin weakfish

Cachema weakfish

Striped weakfish

Tonkin weakfish

Smalltooth weakfish

Stolzmann's weakfish

Striped weakfish

Green weakfish

Cyprichromis pavo

Giant sand stargazer

Panamic stargazer

Dactylagnus peratikos

Dactylanthias aplodactylus

Riverine stargazer

Shortchin stargazer

Notchtail stargazer

Dactyloscopus comptus

Bigeye stargazer

Fringed stargazer

Reticulate stargazer

Milky sand stargazer

Moonstruck stargazer

Mexican stargazer

Tiny stargazer

Speckled stargazer

Whitesaddle stargazer

Dactyloscopus zelotes

Dadyanos insignis

Davidijordania brachyrhyncha

Davidijordania lacertina

Largescale wrasse

Decodon pacificus

Toothed goby

Four-spotted goby

Denariusa australis

Pennyfish

Goatee croaker

Angola dentex

Congo dentex

Morocco dentex

Gal

Foureye rockskipper

Irish mojarra

Diapterus brevirostris

Caitipa mojarra

European seabass - The European seabass is a member of the Moronidae family.

Dictyosoma burgeri

Ben-tuvia's goby

Didogobius kochi

Didogobius schlieweni

Didogobius splechtnai

Sand-perch

Orange-spotted sand perch

Bighead sand perch

Highfin sand perch

Mexican sand perch

Inshore sand perch

Pond perch

Gulf squirrelfish

Zebra

Oman porgy

Porgy - The Spottail pinfish was described in 1878 by Tarleton Hoffman Bean, an ichthyologist who worked mainly on the Connecticut coast.

Two-banded seabream

One spot seabream

Diplogrammus gruveli

Sawspine dragonet

Pygmy dragonet

Diplogrammus randalli

Ditrema temminckii pacificum

Ditrema viride

Dodekablennos fraseri

Blackthroat seaperch

Doederleinia orientalis

Dormitator cubanus

Pacific fat sleeper - Dormitator latifrons mainly feeds on detritus and MOND and vegetal rest, but in addition it includes in his diet micromoluscus, ostracodos, nemertinos, trematodos, grudges of fish, copepodos, annelids, larvae of insects and possibly inorganic sediments with which it also incorporates some foraminiferos.

Sleeper goby

Fat sleeper

Dormitator pleurops

Dotalabrus aurantiacus

Draconetta xenica

Dainty dragonet

Draculo maugei

Draculo pogognathus

Draculo shango

Bighead goby

Key goby

Drombus kranjiensis

Drombus lepidothorax

Drombus ocyurus

Drombus palackyi

Pinafore goby

Ebomegobius goodi

Lesser weever - The lesser weever grows up to 18 cm long but generally less than 15 cm) , with an elongated body.

Economidichthys pygmaeus

Nanogovi

Bluebelly blenny

Ecsenius dentex

Ecsenius fourmanoiri

Yellow-eye combtooth-blenny

Ecsenius pardus

Andaman combtooth-blenny

Ecsenius portenoyi

Ecsenius randalli

Ecsenius shirleyae

Derawan combtooth-blenny

Egglestonichthys bombylios

Egglestonichthys melanoptera

Egglestonichthys patriciae

Ego zebra

Ekemblemaria lira

Reefsand blenny

Widebanded cleaning goby

Semiscaled goby

Elacatinus pridisi

Carolina pygmy sunfish

Bluebarred pygmy sunfish - The bluebarred pygmy sunfish is a species of fish in the Elassomatidae family.

Okefenokee pygmy sunfish

Banded pygmy sunfish - Elassoma is a genus of freshwater fish, the only member of family Elassomatidae and suborder Elassomatoidei of order Perciformes.

Asian sleeper

Large-scaled spinycheek sleeper

Eleotris andamensis

Eleotris annobonensis

Freshwater gudgeon

Eleotris brachyurus

Small-scaled spinycheek sleeper

Eleotris fasciatus

Eleotris feai

Lutea sleeper

Eleotris macrocephala

Snakehead gudgeon

Eleotris melanura

Eleotris oxycephala

Eleotris pellegrini

Smallscaled spinycheek sleeper

Spotted sleeper

Eleotris pseudacanthopomus

Sandwich Island sleeper

Eleotris senegalensis

Eleotris soaresi

Eleotris tecta

Eleotris tubularis

Eleotris vomerodentata

Eleutherochir mirabilis

Flap-gilled dragonet

Black surfperch

Striped surfperch

Emblemaria

Colombian blenny

Ridge blenny

Emblemaria hudsoni

Gulf signal blenny

Whiteback signal blenny

Sailfin signal blenny

Emblemaria vitta

Elusive signal blenny

Flagfin blenny

Emblemariopsis ramirezi

Emblemariopsis ruetzleri

Tayrona blenny

Emmelichthys elongatus

Red rover

Black blenny

Enchelyurus flavipes - Enchelyurus flavipes is a Blenny from the Western Pacific.

Enchelyurus petersi

Broad sandfish

Blackbanded sunfish

Bluespotted sunfish

Diamond sunfish - Description The banded sunfish is simial to the blackbanded sunfish and has a very compressed and deep body.

Network triplefin

Enneanectes smithi

Enneapterygius cheni

Barred triplefin

Enneapterygius destai

Enneapterygius elaine

Enneapterygius etheostomus

Yellownape tripplefin

Enneapterygius genamaculatus

Northern yellow-black triplefin

Enneapterygius gruschkai

Holleman's triplefin

Kermadec triplefin - The Kermadec triplefin, Enneapterygius kermadecensis, is a triplefin of the family Tripterygiidae, found in tidal rock pools around the Kermadec Islands in the southwest Pacific Ocean.

Western Australian black-head triplefin

Enneapterygius melanospilus

Izu Islands triplefin

Lightning man triplefin

Pakistan triplefin

New Caledonian black triplefin

Pacific blacktail triplefin

Enneapterygius obscurus

Henderson triplefin

Minute triplefin

Rapa triplefin

South Pacific striped triplefin

Redtail triplefin

Lord Howe black-head triplefin

Flagtail triplefin

Blacktail triplefin

White-spotted triplefin

Enneapterygius trisignatus

Onespot triplefin

Blotched triplefin

Blacksaddle triplefin

William's triplefin

Ziegler's triplefin

West African rockhopper

Entomacrodus chapmani

Entomacrodus corneliae

Fringelip rockskipper

Entomacrodus

Entomacrodus macrospilus

Marbled blenny

Entomacrodus randalli

Entomacrodus rofeni

Entomacrodus stellifer lighti

Entomacrodus strasburgi

Vermiculated blenny

Rockpool blenny

Entomacrodus williamsi

Enypnias aceras

Silt goby

African spadefish

Gulf coney

Butterfish

Grouper - Alternatively, the term "white grouper" is also used as a local vernacular name for several other species of fish, including the yellowedge grouper , Nassau grouper , and Venezuelan grouper .

Bleekeri's grouper

Dogtooth grouper

Tonga grouper

Olive grouper

Epinephelus clippertonensis

Seamount grouper

Darwin grouper

Calico grouper - The speckled hind is a U.

Black-spotted grouper

Banded rockcod

10-spine Grouper

Poey's grouper

Seamount grouper

Haifa grouper

Somali grouper

Flag cabrilla

Laterally-banded grouper

Star-studded grouper

Puzzling grouper

Smallscale grouper

White-dotted grouper

Oblique-banded rockcod

Six-banded grouper

Seamount grouper

Seamount grouper

Plump grouper

Reticulate grouper

Blackbar drum

Elongate slimy

Equulites klunzingeri

Whipfin ponyfish

Moreton Bay ponyfish

Offshore ponyfish

Orange clinid - The orange clinid, Ericentrus rubrus, is a weedfish of the genus Ericentrus, found around New Zealand in rock pools and from low water to depths of about 15 m, in reef areas.

Ernogrammus hexagrammus

Masked prickleback

Erotelis shropshirei

Emerald sleeper

Erythrocles acarina

Erythrocles microceps

Japanese rubyfish

Erythrocles taeniatus

Threeline prickleback

Twoline prickleback

Scarlet snapper

Headwater darter

Jones’ pony fish

Splendid ponyfish

Pacific flagfin mojarra

Dark-spot mojarra

Graceful mojarra

Tidewater mojarra

Cuban mojarra

Slender mojarra

Butterfish

Persimmon eelpout

Tidewater goby - The genus name translates as "true cycloid goby", referring to the scales, while the species epithet is in honor of J.

Black axillary mojarra

Brazilian mojarra

Mexican mojarra

Striped mojarra

Eugnathogobius microps

Eugnathogobius oligactis

Eugnathogobius paludosus

Eugnathogobius siamensis

Eulophias owashii

Eulophias tanneri

Eupetrichthys angustipes

Eutaeniichthys gilli

Evermannia erici

Enigmatic goby

Evermannia panamensis

Bandedtail goby

Evermannichthys bicolor

Tenant goby

Sponge goby

Pugnose goby

Eviota disrupta

Eviota irrasa

Eviota japonica

Eviota monostigma

Eviota natalis

Eviota partimacula

Eviota pseudostigma

Eviota spilota

Lrye goby

Small goby

Yellowback seabream

Sargassum blenny

Favonigobius aliciae

Exquisite sand-goby

Longfinned goby

Favonigobius lentiginosus

Blackthroat goby

Tropical sand goby

Feia nota

Feia nympha

Javanese threadfin

Splendid threadfin

Eightfinger threadfin

Foa hyalina

Foa madagascariensis

Common stinkfish

Foetorepus garthi

Palefin dragonet

Foetorepus masudai

Foetorepus talarae

Yellow-and-black triplefin - Its non-breeding colouration is a pale pinkish head with a yellowish body and tail, with a black mask across the eyes which continues in a stripe down the centre of the body gradually changing to a darker yellow.

Mottled triplefin

Redbanded perch - The variable triplefin or striped triplefin, Forsterygion varium, is a triplefin of the genus Forsterygion, found in Australia including Tasmania and all around New Zealand in rock pools and depths down to 30 metres, in reef areas of broken rock with kelp.

Fraudella carassiops

Mousey klipfish

Fusigobius inframaculatus

Fusigobius maximus

Fusigobius melacron

Fusigobius pallidus

Two-spined blackfish - It is found in the cool, clear, strong-flowing, cobble bottomed, sub-alpine rivers and streams in the southeast corner of the Murray-Darling river system.

Lesser African threadfin

Steinitz's goby

Ovoid toothpony

Rhomboid toothpony

Spotted stargazer - The spotted stargazer, Genyagnus monopterygius, is a stargazer of the family Uranoscopidae, found on the continental shelf around New Zealand and other southern Pacific islands, at depths down to 100 m.

Torroto grunt

Japanese tenspined silver-biddy

Scaly snouted silver-biddy

Gold sheen silver-biddy

Japanese silver-biddy

Saddleback silver-biddy

Gerres maldivensis

Common silverbelly

Strong spined silver-biddy

Ryukyu banded silver-biddy

Malayan silver-biddy

Common silver belly

Kelpfish

Sandy stargazer

Cocos stargazer

Masked stargazer

Gillellus inescatus

Gillellus jacksoni

Ornate stargazer

Searcher stargazer

Warteye stargazer

Longjaw mudsucker - As the common name suggests, the upper jaw is extremely long, reaching nearly to the opercular opening.

Shortjaw mudsucker

Obscure triplefin

Gladiogobius brevispinis

Gladiogobius rex

Pearl perch

Glossamia abo

Beaufort's mouth almighty

Gjellerup's mouth almighty

Glossamia heurni

Slender mouth almighty

Sande's mouth almighty

Three-barred mouth almighty

Wichmann's mouth almighty

Golden goby

Bearded goby

Dusky mountain goby

Bulmer's goby

Celebes goby

Circumspect goby

Coates' goby

Concave goby

Glossogobius flavipinnis - Glossogobius flavipinnis is a species of fish in the Gobiidae family.

Hoese's goby

Glossogobius intermedius

Sepik goby

Glossogobius matanensis

Glossogobius obscuripinnis

Glossogobius olivaceus

Linecheek tank goby

White water goby

Armoured blenny

Gnathagnus cribratus

Freckled stargazer

Bulldog stargazer

Gnatholepis cauerensis australis

Gnatholepis cauerensis hawaiiensis

Gnatholepis cauerensis pascuensis

Gnatholepis davaoensis

Gnatholepis volcanus

Gobioides africanus

Violet goby - Violet gobies are found all along the Atlantic coast from Georgia in the United States of America, to northern Brazil.

Gobioides grahamae

Peruvian eelgoby

Gobioides sagitta

Striped gudgeon

Cran's bully - The Cran's bully, Gobiomorphus breviceps, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in most rivers in the North Island of New Zealand.

Upland bully - The upland bully, Gobiomorphus breviceps, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in most rivers and lakes in the South Island and the southern half of the North Island of New Zealand.

Common bully - The common bully, Gobiomorphus cotidianus, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in New Zealand.

Cox's gudgeon

Giant bully - It is very similar to the common bully; they have seven spines in the first dorsal fin but giant bullies always have six.

Bluegilled bully - The bluegill bully, Gobiomorphus hubbsi, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in most rivers in the North and South Islands of New Zealand.

Redfinned bully - The redfinned bully, Gobiomorphus huttoni, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in rivers in New Zealand and the Chatham Islands.

Giant goby

Finescale sleeper

Blackfin goby

Choco goby

Okapi goby

Estuary goby

Gobionellus munizi

Gobionellus mystax

Gobionellus occidentalis

Sharptail goby

Impostor goby

Gobionellus stomatus

Sperm goby

Triangular notothen

Narrowhead rockcod

Gobionotothen barsukovi

Humped rockcod

Gobiopsis arenaria

Black goby - The New Zealand black goby, Gobiopsis atrata, is a goby of the family Gobiidae, found around northern New Zealand to depths of about 30 m, in reef areas of broken rock and sand or mud.

Checkered goby

Gobiopsis exigua

Longjaw goby

Gobiopsis malekulae

Snakehead goby

Gobiopsis quinquecincta

Gobiopsis springeri

Gobiopterus birtwistlei

Glass goby

Lacustrine goby

Gobiopterus macrolepis

Gobiopterus mindanensis

Gobiopterus panayensis

Gobiopterus semivestita

Gobiopterus stellatus

Naked goby

Seaboard goby

Gobiosoma hemigymnum

Gobiosoma hildebrandi

Gobiosoma homochroma

Twoscale goby

Gobiosoma parri

Code goby

Gobiosoma schultzi

Isthmian goby

Gobitrichinotus arnoulti

Gobitrichinotus radiocularis

Bellotti's goby

Gobius ateriformis

Bucchich's goby

Rock goby

Couch's goby

Sarato's goby

Rock goby

Slender goby

Gobius hypselosoma

Gobius kolombatovici

Gobius koseirensis

Gobius leucomelas

Gobius rubropunctatus

Gobius scorteccii

Gobius senegambiensis

Schmidt's goby

Gobius tetrophthalmus

Tiger goby

Gobius tropicus

Striped goby

Golden goby

Two-spotted goby - There is a black spot at the base of the tail fin, and in the males, there is a second, smaller black spot beneath the pectoral fins.

Gobulus birdsongi

Crescent goby

Painted moki - The painted moki, Goniistius ephippium, is a morwong of the genus Goniistius, found off southern Australia, Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island, and northern New Zealand including the Kermadec Islands, from shallow depths to 250 m, on rocky reef and coastal areas.

Brown-banded morwong - The New Zealand red moki or Australian banded morwong, Goniistius spectabilis, is a morwong of the genus Goniistius, found off southern Australia and the North Island of New Zealand from depths to 50 m.

Spanish flag

Gorogobius nigricinctus

Graham's gudgeon - Graham's gudgeon, Grahamichthys radiata, is a New Zealand sleeper of the family Eleotridae, the only member of the genus Grahamichthys.

Spotted robust triplefin

Tasmanian robust triplefin

Estuarine triplefin

Grallenia arenicola

Filamented pygmy sand-goby

Grammatonotus surugaensis

Graus nigra

Guavina micropus

Gunnellichthys grandoculis

Gunnellichthys irideus

Cape sandlance

Mediterranean sand eel

Smooth sand-eel

Crystal cardinal

Gymnelopsis brashnikovi

Gymnelopsis humilis

Gymnelopsis ocellata

Gymnelopsis ochotensis

Aurora unernak

Barsukov's pout

Gymnelus diporus

Gymnelus esipovi

Gymnelus gracilis

Gymnelus obscurus

Gymnelus platycephalus

Aleutian pout

Gymnelus soldatovi

Gymnelus taeniatus

Don ersh

Blacktail - The Eurasian Ruffe is a freshwater fish found in temperate regions of Europe and northern Asia.

Schraetzer

Emperor

Janbruin

Ploughfish

Gymnogobius breunigii

Gymnogobius bungei

Gymnogobius laevis

Gymnogobius mororanus

Gymnogobius nigrimembranis

Gymnogobius nigripinnis

Gymnogobius opperiens

Gymnogobius petschiliensis

Gymnogobius taranetzi

Gymnogobius uchidai

Gymnogobius urotaenia

Hadropareia middendorffii

Hadropareia semisquamata

Yellowspotted grunt

Haemulon schrankii

Haemulon serrula

Burro blanco

Elongate grunt

Burrito

Shining grunt

Halaphritis platycephala

Blue rock whiting

Mangrove wrasse

Halichoeres leptotaenia

Halichoeres raisneri

Halichoeres salmofasciatus

Rooster snakelet

Halidesmus polytretus

Thomasen's snakelet

Halimuraenoides isostigma

Stars-and-stripes snakelet

Haplochromis azureus

Haplochromis degeni - Haplochromis degeni is a ray-finned fish species in the family Cichlidae.

Haplochromis eduardianus

Greenwood's happy

Haplochromis igneopinnis - Pundamilia igneopinnis is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Haplochromis luteus

Haplochromis macrocephalus - Pundamilia macrocephala is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Haplochromis mbipi

Haplochromis omnicaeruleus

Haplochromis pundamilia - Pundamilia pundamilia is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Haplochromis rufocaudalis

Haplochromis rufus

Haplochromis simotes

Haplochromis vonlinnei

Haplochromis xanthopteryx

Haptogenys bipunctata

Harpagifer andriashevi

Antarctic spiny plunderfish

Kerguelen spiny plunderfish

Harpagifer macquariensis

Harpagifer nybelini

Crested spiny plunderfish

Deep-water spiny plunderfish

Hazeus otakii

Blacktail triplefin

Helcogramma billi

Black-throated triplefin

Red-eye threefin

Fourspot triplefin

Helcogramma habena

Triangle triplefin

Helmet triplefin

Helcogramma larvata

Helcogramma maldivensis

Rhinocerus triplefin

Solor triplefin

Springer's triplefin

Helcogramma vulcana

Helcogrammoides antarcticus

Helcogrammoides chilensis

Cunningham's triplefin

Helotes qinglanensis

Streamer bass

Longtail bass

Damsel bass

Hemerocoetes artus - Hemerocoetes artus is a duckbill fish of the genus Hemerocoetes, found only around the sub-Antarctic islands south of New Zealand at depths of between 100 and 600 m.

Bluebonnet - Hemerocoetes macrophthalmus is a duckbill fish of the genus Hemerocoetes, found only around New Zealand, and around the South Island at depths of between 100 and 500 m.

Opalfish - The opalfish, Hemerocoetes monopterygius, is a duckbill of the genus Hemerocoetes, found only around New Zealand, at depths of between 5 and 200 m.

Hemerocoetes morelandi - Hemerocoetes morelandi is a duckbill fish of the genus Hemerocoetes, found only around New Zealand at depths of between 20 and 100 m.

Hemerocoetes pauciradiatus - Hemerocoetes pauciradiatus is a duckbill fish of the genus Hemerocoetes, found only around New Zealand at depths of between 20 and 200 m.

Bicolor jack

Hemigobius hoevenii

Mountain grunter

Hephaestus komaensis

Lined grunter

Raymond's grunter

R

Sepik grunter

Threespot grunter

Hetereleotris bipunctata

Hetereleotris caudilinea

Hetereleotris diademata

Hetereleotris georgegilli

Hetereleotris kenyae

Hetereleotris nebulofasciata

Hetereleotris poecila

Hetereleotris readerae

Hetereleotris sticta

Vinson's goby

Common goby

Goggles

Banded stargazer

Adelaide's weedfish

Heteroclinus antinectes

Heteroclinus equiradiatus

Seven-bar weedfish

Johnston's weedfish

Tasselled weedfish

Slender weedfish

Large-nose weedfish

Girls weedfish

Weedfish

Sharp-nose weedfish

Heterogobius chiloensis

Heteroplopomus barbatus

Giant kelpfish

Highbrow rockskipper

Holanthias caudalis

Titan cardinalfish

Triton tilefish

Hoplolatilus oreni

Howella pammelas

Greater sand-eel

Great sandeel - Breeding occurs through between March into August.

Spotfin surfperch

Walleye seaperch

Silver surfperch - The body of the silver surfperch is oval and strongly compressed.

Hypleurochilus bananensis

Zebratail blenny

Hypleurochilus fissicornis

Crested blenny

Hypleurochilus langi

Featherduster blenny

Oyster blenny

Jameson's seaperch

Hypopterus macropterus - The species is in most respects similar to the Waigeo seaperch , and it was originally described as P.

Hypseleotris agilis

Golden gudgeon - The golden gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Hypseleotris barrawayi

Hypseleotris bipartita

Empire gudgeon

Hypseleotris compressocephalus

Green prigi

Golden sleeper - This fish has a very limited distribution in estuaries along the coast of KwaZulu-Natal.

Slender gudgeon - The slender gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Hypseleotris everetti

Firetailed gudgeon

Rainbow prigi

Barnett River gudgeon - The Barnett River gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Western carp gudgeon - Like many other Murray-Darling native fish species, western carp gudgeon have crossed the Great Dividing Range through natural river capture events and are found in a number of East Coast drainages, from the Hunter River system in northern New South Wales to the Fitzroy River system in central Queensland.

Hypseleotris leuciscus

Hypseleotris pangel

Prince Regent gudgeon - The Prince Regent gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Hypseleotris tohizonae - Hypseleotris tohizonae is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Hypsoblennius digueti

Longhorn blenny

Bay blenny

Notchbrow blenny

Tessellated blenny

Freckled blenny

Mussel blenny

Hypsoblennius maculipinna

Hypsoblennius paytensis

Socorro blenny

Hypsoblennius robustus

Hypsoblennius sordidus

Poor man's tropheus - The poor man's tropheus, Hypsophrys nematopus, formerly Neetroplus nematopus, is a species of fish in the family Cichlidae.

Rainbow surfperch

Hyrcanogobius bergi

Fringed stargazer

Banded stargazer

Double-banded stargazer

Ichthyscopus malacopterus

Ichthyscopus nigripinnis

Spotcheck stargazer

Ichthyscopus spinosus

Iluocoetes elongatus

Eelpout

Cheekspot goby

Bright goby

Incara

Interochromis loocki - Interochromis loocki is a species of fish endemic to Lake Tanganyika in East Africa.

Bigtooth corvina

Istiblennius colei

Istiblennius muelleri

Scarface rockskipper

Spotted rockskipper

Istiblennius steindachneri

Pallid rockskipper

Campbel's goby

Istigobius hoesei

Istigobius hoshinonis

Black-spotted goby

Itycirrhitus wilhelmi

Japonolycodes abei

Small kob

Pale spotfin croaker

Mannar croaker

Bottlenose jewfish

Johnius philippinus

Julidochromis marlieri - Julidochromis marlieri is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

New Zealand scaly headed triplefin - The scaly-headed triplefin, Karalepis stewarti, is a triplefin, the only species in the genus Karalepis, found around the north east of the North Island of New Zealand from depths of about 5 to 30 m, in reef areas of broken rock.

Blind goby

Kasatkia memorabilis

Six-spot prickleback

Kathetostoma fluviatilis

Giant stargazer - The giant stargazer, Kathetostoma giganteum, is a stargazer of the family Uranoscopidae, found on the continental shelf around New Zealand.

Common stargazer

Deepwater stargazer

Cardinal goby

Kelloggella centralis

Kelloggella oligolepis

Central goby

Kelloggella tricuspidata

Mitchell gudgeon - The Mitchell gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Drysdale gudgeon - The Drysdale gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Knipowitschia cameliae

Knipowitschia caucasica

Knipowitschia croatica

Knipowitschia ephesi

Knipowitschia goerneri

Knipowitschia iljini

Knipowitschia longecaudata

Knipowitschia mermere

Knipowitschia milleri

Knipowitschia montenegrina

Knipowitschia mrakovcici

Lagoon goby

Knipowitschia radovici

Thessalogovin

Kochichthys flavofasciatus

Kraemeria galatheaensis

Kraemeria merensis

Kraemeria nuda

Kraemeria tongaensis

Kraemericus smithi

Kribia kribensis

Kribia leonensis

Kribia nana

Kribia uellensis

Krusensterniella maculata

Krusensterniella multispinosa

Krusensterniella notabilis

Krusensterniella pavlovskii

Silver drummer - The silver drummer, Kyphosus sydneyanus, is a sea chub of the family Kyphosidae, found around Australia and New Zealand in shallow rocky areas.

Labrisomus fernandezianus

Reef blenny

Jenkins' blenny

Labrisomus philippii

Labrisomus pomaspilus

Misspelled blenny

Green blenny

Baja blenny

Laetacara fulvipinnis

Porgy - The pinfish is a small fish, growing only to about 4.

Crown spotty blenny

Shorthead drum

Banded drum

Larsonella pumila

Blackfin seabass

Tanganyika lates - The Tanganyika lates is a species of fish in the Latidae family.

Barramundi - Barramundi is a loanword from an Australian Aboriginal language of the Rockhampton area in Queensland L.

Japanese lates

Rudolf lates - Lates longispinis lives mostly in deep water areas in Lake Rudolf in Kenya and Lake Turkana in Ethiopia.

Albert lates - The Albert lates is a species of fish in the Latidae family.

Golden perch - The bigeye lates is a species of fish in the Latidae family.

Sleek lates

Blue moki - Blue Moki in New Zealand occur throughout mainland waters from the Three Kings Islands to the southern edge of the Snares Shelf, and at the Chatham Islands.

Bastard trumpeter - The bastard trumpeter or copper moki, Latridopsis forsteri, is a trumpeter of the genus Latridopsis, found in the eastern Indian Ocean at depths of from 15 to 160 m.

Real trumpeter - The striped trumpeter, Latris forsteri, is a trumpeter of the family Latridae, found off southern Australia, and around New Zealand, at depths of from 50 to 300 m.

Golden ponyfish

Goldstripe ponyfish

Dussumier's pony fish

Striped ponyfish

Hatai's ponyfish

Smithurst's ponyfish

Panay ponyfish

Leiognathus parviceps

Leiognathus striatus

Leiopotherapon plumbeus - Ayungin is a middle water swimmer.

Spangled perch

Spot croaker - Their diet consists largely of organic detritus, small crustaceans, and worms.

Lentipes adelphizonus

Lentipes candy

Lentipes kaaea

Lentipes mindanaoensis

Lentipes venustus

Eastern jumping blenny

Western jumping blenny

Finescale goby

Signal triplefin

Gaudy notothen

Lepidoperca brochata

Lepidoperca coatsii

Western orange perch

Lepidoperca inornata

Lepidoperca magna

Western sea perch

Orange perch

Redbreast sunfish - The redbreast sunfish reaches a maximum recorded length of about 30 cm , with a maximum recorded weight of 790 g .

Warmouth - The warmouth's classification is disputed.

Dollar sunfish

Redear sunfish - The favorite food of this species is snails.

Scarlet sunfish

Spotted sunfish

Bantam sunfish

Daubed shanny

Black-spot V-wrasse

Tail-spot V-wrasse

Bamin

Leptophilypnus fluviatilis

Leptophilypnus guatemalensis

Estuary stargazer - The estuary stargazer, Leptoscopus macropygus, is a southern sandfish of the family Leptoscopidae, the only member of the genus Leptoscopus.

Fries's goby - Lesueurigobius friesii is a species of goby.

Lesueurigobius heterofasciatus

Lesueurigobius koumansi

Sanzo's goby

Lesueur's goby

Flathead pygmy-stargazer

Halfblind goby

Lethrinops albus

Lethrinops altus - Lethrinops altus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Lethrinops argenteus - Lethrinops argenteus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Golden sand-eater - It is endemic to Malawi.

Lethrinops christyi

Greenface sandsifter - The greenface sandsifter is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Lethrinops gossei - Lethrinops gossei is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Lethrinops lethrinus - Lethrinops lethrinus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Lethrinops longimanus - Lethrinops longimanus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Lethrinops longipinnis

Lethrinops macracanthus

Lethrinops macrochir - Lethrinops macrochir is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Lethrinops macrophthalmus

Lethrinops rounded head - It is endemic to Tanzania.

Lethrinops micrentodon

Lethrinops microdon

Littletooth sandeater - The littletooth sandeater is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Lethrinops mylodon borealis

Lethrinops red flush - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Leucopsarion petersii

Smooth-lip stargazer

Malawi gar - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Limbochromis robertsi

Sand submarine

Limnichthys orientalis

Tommyfish - The long-finned sand diver or tommyfish, Limnichthys polyactis, is a sandburrower of the genus Limnichthys, found all around the North Island of New Zealand to depths of about 5 m, on sandy or gravelly bottoms.

Limnichthys rendahli - Limnichthys rendahli is a sandburrower of the family Creediidae, found only around New Zealand to depths of about 150 m, on sandy or gravelly bottoms.

Limnochromis abeelei - Limnochromis abeelei is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Spangled cichlid

Limnochromis staneri - Limnochromis staneri is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Limnotilapia dardennii - Limnotilapia dardennii is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Eyestripe bass

Liopropoma aragai

Liopropoma danae

Spotlined bass

Liopropoma erythraeum

Liopropoma incomptum

Liopropoma lemniscatum

Tang's snapper

Royal basslet

Threeline basslet

Lipophrys adriaticus

Lipophrys bauchotae

Lipophrys caboverdensis

Caneva's blenny

Lipophrys dalmatinus

Black-headed blenny

Shanny

Sailfin blenny

Striped seabream

Lobochilotes labiatus - Lobochilotes labiatus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Eye-bar coral-goby

Oman goby

Lonchopisthus higmani

Longtailed jawfish

Blackfin croaker

Longtail croaker

Lophiogobius ocellicauda

Lophogobius bleekeri

Lophogobius cristulatus

Crested goby

Great northern tilefish

Tile fish

Lubbockichthys myersi

Lubbockichthys tanakai

Yellow pygmy-goby

Lubricogobius ornatus

Luciogobius adapel

Luciogobius albus

Luciogobius ama

Luciogobius brevipterus

Luciogobius dormitoris

Luciogobius elongatus

Luciogobius grandis

Flat-headed goby

Luciogobius koma

Luciogobius martellii

Luciogobius pallidus

Luciogobius parvulus

Luciogobius platycephalus

Luciogobius saikaiensis

Long-snouted blenny

Saddled prickleback

Lumpenopsis pavlenkoi

Lumpenopsis triocellata

Slender eelblenny

Snake blenny

Highfin blenny

Mangrove blenny

Brazilian snapper - Lutjanus alexandrei is a new species of snapper of the genus Lutjanus.

Golden african snapper

Fuscus snapper

Yellowfin redsnapper

Pygmy snapper

Spotstripe snapper

Caribbean red snapper

Luzonichthys williamsi

Lycenchelys novaezealandiae

Lycenchelys polyodon

Lycodapus australis

Lycodes akuugun

Lycodes albonotatus

Shortfin eelpout

Lycodes brunneofasciatus

Lycodes caudimaculatus

Doubleline eelpout

Banded eelpout

Lycodes fulvus

Vahl's eelpout

Lycodes heinemanni

Lycodes jenseni

Shulupaoluk

Laval's eelpout

Lycodes macrochir

Lycodes macrolepis

Lycodes matsubarai

Lycodes microlepidotus

Lycodes microporus

Lycodes nakamurae

Lycodes paucilepidotus

Canadian eelpout

Sparse-toothed lycod

Threespot eelpout

Lycodes sadoensis

Lycodes sigmatoides

Lycodes soldatovi

Lycodes teraoi

Lycodes toyamensis

Lycodes uschakovi

Lycodes yamatoi

Lycodes ygreknotatus

Lycogrammoides schmidti

Bearded eelpout

Lycozoarces regani

Lythrypnus alphigena

Lythrypnus cobalus

Catalina goby

Lythrypnus lavenbergi

Pygmy goby

Lythrypnus solanensis

Zebra goby

Trout cod - In the 1800s and early 1900s, when trout cod were widely recognised as a separate species by commercial fishermen, recreational fishermen, riverside residents and fisheries scientists, they were generally known as blue-nose cod or simply blue-nose, particularly in Victoria.

Mary River cod

Golden perch - The genus name for golden perch — Macquaria — derives from the Macquarie River where the first species in the genus was collected.

Estuary perch - It is very similar to and very closely related to its sister species the Australian bass, Macquaria novemaculeata.

Australian bass - Australian bass are closely related and very similar in appearance to estuary perch .

King weakfish

Macropharyngodon moyeri

Malacoctenus africanus

Malacoctenus costaricanus

Fishgod blenny

Redside blenny

Margarita blenny

Zaca blenny

Glossy blenny

Spotted gourami

Chiseltooth goby

Matsubaraea fusiforme

Mauligobius maderensis

Mauligobius nigri

Maylandia aurora - Maylandia aurora is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Maylandia barlowi - Maylandia barlowi is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Maylandia benetos

Maylandia chrysomallos

Maylandia cyneusmarginata

Maylandia elegans - Maylandia elegans is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Maylandia emmiltos

Red zebra - The Red Zebra, or Esther Grant's Zebra, is a Pseudotrophine cichlid.

Greshakei - William's Mbuna , also known as Ice Blue Zebra among the aquarium enthusiasts, is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Maylandia hajomaylandi - Maylandia hajomaylandi is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Maylandia heteropicta - Maylandia heteropicta is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Maylandia lanisticola

Maylandia livingstonii - Maylandia livingstonii is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Kenyi cichlid - Maylandia lombardoi, is a 13 cm freshwater fish from the family Cichlidae.

Maylandia mbenjii - Maylandia mbenjii is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Maylandia melabranchion

Maylandia phaeos

Maylandia pursa

Maylandia pyrsonotos

Maylandia sandaracinos

Maylandia thapsinogen

Pseudotropheus yellow chin - Maylandia xanstomachus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Blue mbuna - The Zebra Mbuna is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Maynea puncta

Tufted blenny

Medialuna ancietae

Halfmoon - The Halfmoon, or Medialuna californiensis, is a species of edible Pacific fish.

Yellowtop Jewelfish

Upside-down harptail blenny

Threadless blenny

Schooling harptail blenny

Meiacanthus fraseri

Meiacanthus geminatus

Meiacanthus limbatus

Meiacanthus naevius

Meiacanthus oualanensis - Meiacanthus oualanensis is a Blenny from the Western Central Pacific.

Meiacanthus procne

Meiacanthus tongaensis

Meiacanthus urostigma

Meiacanthus vicinus

Melanochromis brevis - It is endemic to Malawi.

Melanochromis chipokae

Melanochromis heterochromis

Pearl of Likoma - It is endemic to Malawi.

Melanochromis labrosus - Melanochromis labrosus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Melanochromis melanopterus - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Parallel striped mbuna - The parallel striped mbuna is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Melanochromis simulans - It is found in Malawi and Mozambique.

Purple mbuna

Telescope fish - The telescope fish, Mendosoma lineatum, is a trumpeter of the genus Mendosoma.

Southern kingcroaker

Pacific kingcroaker

Gulf kingcroaker

Highfin king croaker

Snakehead kingcroaker

Paita kingcroaker

Northern kingcroaker

California kingcroaker - The body of the California corbina is elongate and slightly compressed.

Merogymnoides carpentariae

Knout goby - The Knout Goby inhabits the inshore waters, estuaries, brackish- and fresh-water lagoons of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.

Mesogobius nigronotatus

Mesogobius nonultimus

Orange-spotted therapon

Microdesmus aethiopicus

Olivaceous wormfish

Microdesmus africanus

Microdesmus bahianus

Stippled wormfish

Banded worm goby

Spotback wormfish

Lancetail wormfish

Pink wormfish

Microdesmus luscus

Rearfin wormfish

Spotside wormfish

Balboa goby

Microgobius crocatus

Microgobius curtus

Roundscale goby

Emblem goby

Erect goby

Clown goby

Microgobius meeki

Miraflores goby

Microgobius signatus

Taboga goby

Green goby

Microichthys coccoi

Microichthys sanzoi

Reef surfperch

Dwarf surfperch

Micropercops borealis

Micropercops cinctus

Micropercops swinhonis

Microphilypnus amazonicus

Microphilypnus macrostoma

Microphilypnus ternetzi

Slender croaker

Micropogonias fasciatus

Whitemouth croaker

Atlantic croaker - Atlantic croaker live in coastal waters from Maine to Florida.

Redeye bass - The upper jaw extends to the back of the eye, which is usually red.

Bass - One of the smaller black basses, the Suwannee bass reaches a maximum overall length of only 40 cm , with a maximum recorded weight of 1.

Bass - A convenient way to distinguish between a largemouth bass and a spotted bass is by the size of the mouth.

Guadaloupe bass - The Guadalupe bass is a rare species of fish, which is endemic to the U.

Mi-iuy croaker

Millerigobius macrocephalus

Banded blenny

Mimoblennius cas

Mimoblennius lineathorax

Rusi blenny

Minysynchiropus kiyoae

Mionorus bombonensis

Angola croaker

Sinarapan - Sinarapan are a type of goby and they are transparent, except for the black eyes.

Mogurnda wapoga

Sea perch - The white perch, Morone americana, is not a true perch but is, rather, a fish of the temperate bass family Moronidae, notable as a food and game fish in eastern North America.

Bass - White bass are found in brown lakes and some large rivers throughout the United States.

Barfish

Striped sea-bass - The striped bass is a typical member of the Moronidae family in shape, having a streamlined, silvery body marked with longitudinal dark stripes running from behind the gills to the base of the tail.

Samoan mullet goby

Mugilogobius adeia

Poso bungu

Mugilogobius cagayanensis

Bandfin mullet goby

Yellowstripe goby

Dual-spotted goby

Durban goby

Mugilogobius fasciatus

Meander goby

Mugilogobius karatunensis

Seep goby

Mugilogobius myxodermus

Mugilogobius notospilus

Mangrove goby

Flat-backed goby

Indonesian goby

Queen of Siam goby

Sarasin's goby

Blotchfin mullet goby

Mugilogobius zebra

Argentine goatfish

Goatfish

Mullus barbatus ponticus - It and Mullus surmuletus are commonly called "red mullets", which see for more information about cuisine.

Nosestripe klipfish

Comb grouper

Colorado grouper

Grouper

Myersina adonis

Goby

Black-mast shrimp-goby

Myersina larsonae

Myersina macrostoma

Black-line shrimp-goby

Myersina papuanus

Sailfin goby

Myersina yangii

Happy - Mylochromis anaphyrmus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Happy - Mylochromis balteatus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Mylochromis chekopae

Mylochromis ensatus

Happy

Happy - Mylochromis ericotaenia is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Haplochromis torpedo stripe - Mylochromis gracilis is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Happy - Mylochromis guentheri is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Golden mola hap - The golden mola hap is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Haplochromis yellow black line - The Yellow Black Line Hap , known in the aquarium fish trade as Haplochromis yellow black line is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Happy - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Happy - Mylochromis plagiotaenia is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Roundtooth hap

Happy - Mylochromis spilostichus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Dartfish

Longjaw stargazer

Arrow stargazer

Myxodagnus walkeri

Happy - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Nanochromis consortus

Nanochromis minor

Blue cichlid

Nanochromis parilus

Nanochromis splendens

Nanochromis transvestitus - Nanochromis transvestitus is a sexually dimorphic cichlid from riverine west Africa.

Nanochromis wickleri

Pencil snakelet

Natal snakelet

Nail snakelet

Smalleye croaker

Castaneta

Porae - The porae or blue morwong, Nemadactylus douglasii, is a morwong of the genus Nemadactylus, found around south eastern Australia and the north eastern coast of the North Island of New Zealand at depths of about 10 to 100 metres, on sandy and rocky coasts.

Nemadactylus gayi

Tarakihi - The tarakihi or jackass morwong, Nemadactylus macropterus, is a morwong of the genus Nemadactylus, found off southern Australia, the Atlantic coast of South America, and New Zealand to depths of about 400 m, on all types of bottoms.

Sea carp

Jack - The roosterfish has an unusual arrangement of its ears: the swim bladder penetrates the brain through the large foramina and makes contact with the inner ear.

Nematogobius brachynemus

Nematogobius maindroni

Yellow-lip threadfin bream

Dawn threadfin bream

Balinese threadfin bream

Dwarf threadfin bream

Bottom threadfin-bream

Bleeker's threadfin-bream

Celebes threadfin bream

Graceful threadfin bream

Yellowbanded butterfly bream

Twin-lined threadfin bream

Japanese threadfin bream

Longfin threadfin-bream

Yellow-tipped threadfin bream

Randall's threadfin bream

Fivelined threadfin bream

Theodore's threadfin bream

Palefin threadfin bream

Besugo - Commonly, there are no live Nemipterus virgatus fish in the market.

Slender threadfin bream

Sarcastic fringehead - They can be up to 30 cm wide and are mostly scaleless with great pectoral fins and reduced pelvic fins.

Neoclinus bryope

Neoclinus chihiroe

Neoclinus okazakii

Yellowfin fringehead

Onespot fringehead

Neoditrema ransonnetii

Neodontobutis aurarmus

Neodontobutis hainanensis

Neodontobutis tonkinensis

Neogobius bathybius

Caspian goby

Neogobius cephalargoides

Mushroom goby

Neogobius gorlap

Caspian round goby - Round gobies are small, soft-bodied fish, characterized by a distinctive black spot on the first dorsal fin.

Flatsnout goby

Ratan goby

Syrman goby

Neolumpenus unocellatus

Neoodax balteatus

Neopomacentrus aquadulcis

Neoscombrops pacificus

Stone-bream

Neosynchiropus bacescui

Neozoarces pulcher

Neozoarces steindachneri

Nesogobius greeni

Orange-spotted sand-goby

Sailfin goby

Ganges jewfish

Blotched croaker

Nicholsina usta collettei

Fuscotaeniatus - It is endemic to Malawi.

Elephant-nose cichlid

Nimbochromis livingstonii - A laterally compressed fish with a large mouth.

Polystigma - Nimbochromis polystigma is one of five species of the Nimbochromis genus of Lake Malawi, in the Great Rift Valley system of Africa.

Venustus - It is a popular freshwater aquarium fish which grows between 8 and 12 inches in length.

Portuguese man-o'-war - Notable for living within the deadly tentacles of the Portuguese man o' war, the man-of-war fish is generally found in open sea or close to the siphonophore Portuguese man o' war, after which it is named.

Leeuwin triplefin

Blue-dot triplefin

Blue-eyed triplefin - In the breeding season in winter the orange on the males becomes brighter on the head, tail, and anal fin.

Yaldwyn's triplefin - The blue dot triplefin's head is yellow-orange covered with large bright red spots back as far as the first dorsal fin.

Shark Bay eel-blenny

Spotted eel blenny

Notograptus kauffmani

Notograptus livingstonei

Girdled wrasse - The girdled wrasse, Notolabrus cinctus, is a wrasse of the genus Notolabrus, found around the South Island of New Zealand including the Chatham Islands and Snares Islands.

Maori chief - The Maori chief is a large bottom-living fish not too dissimilar to the Maori cod.

Blue rockcod

Marbled rockcod - The marbled rockcod, Notothenia rossii, is a marine cod icefish in the family Nototheniidae with distribution ranging from southern New Zealand to sub-Antarctic seas, on rocky reefs.

Notothenia trigramma

Twoblotch ponyfish

Yellowspotted ponyfish

Shortnose ponyfish

Twoblotch ponyfish

Nuchequula longicornis

Happy - Nyassachromis breviceps is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Small green utaka

Happy - Nyassachromis microcephalus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Happy - Nyassachromis nigritaeniatus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Happy - Nyassachromis purpurans is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Happy - Nyassachromis serenus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Obliquogobius cirrifer

Obliquogobius cometes

Obliquogobius megalops

Obliquogobius yamadai

Bluefinned butterfish - The bluefinned butterfish, Odax cyanoallix, a cale of the genus Odax, is found only around Three Kings Islands which is about 80 kilometres north of New Zealand, in shallow reef areas where there is abundant brown seaweed.

Butterfish - The greenbone or butterfish, Odax pullus, a cale of the genus Odax, is found around New Zealand.

Coralline goby

Odontanthias chrysostictus

Odontanthias dorsomaculatus

Odontanthias katayamai

Gangetic sleeper

Odontobutis sinensis

Sharptail goby

Oligolepis cylindriceps

Oligolepis jaarmani

Kei goby

Oligolepis stomias

Oman blenny

Omobranchus angelus

Omobranchus aurosplendidus

Bandit blenny

Omobranchus elegans

Omobranchus fasciolatoceps

Arab blenny

Gossamer blenny

Omobranchus hikkaduwensis

Omobranchus loxozonus

Omobranchus meniscus

Omobranchus robertsi

Omobranchus smithi

Omobranchus steinitzi

Omobranchus verticalis

Kappie blenny

Zebra blenny

Spotted snakeblenny

Variegated snake-blenny

Adelaide snakeblenny

Shortfin snakeblenny

Frosted snake-blenny

Black-back snake-blenny

Aporos sleeper

Ophiocara macrolepidota

Northern mud gudgeon

Ophiogobius jenynsi

Ophiogobius ophicephalus

Burro

Ophioscion costaricensis

Blinkard croaker

Panama croaker

Spotted croaker

Point-tuza croaker

Snub-nosed croaker

Squint-eyed croaker

Point-nosed croaker

Vermiculated croaker

Ophthalmotilapia boops - Ophthalmotilapia boops is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Ophthalmotilapia heterodonta - Ophthalmotilapia heterodonta is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Ophthalmotilapia nasuta - Ophthalmotilapia nasuta is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Ocellated blenny

Opisthocentrus tenuis

Opisthocentrus zonope

Abrolhos jawfish

Darkfin jawfish

Opistognathus brochus

Blue-spotted jawfish

Opistognathus decorus

Elizabeth reef jawfish

Opistognathus evermanni

Opistognathus fenmutis

Opistognathus fossoris

Galapagos jawfish

Opistognathus hopkinsi

Black jawfish

Opistognathus iyonis

Blotched jawfish

Opistognathus liturus

Halfscaled jawfish

Mexican jawfish

Birdled jawfish

Yellowmouth jawfish

Panamanian jawfish

Finespotted jawfish

Reticulated jawfish

Leopard jawfish

Giant jawfish

Spotfin jawfish

Blue-spotted jawfish - Opistognathus rosenblatti is a jawfish from the Eastern Central Pacific.

Opistognathus rufilineatus

Bullseye jawfish

Halfnaked jawfish

Opistognathus signatus

Opistognathus smithvanizi

Coral sea jawfish

Bashful jawfish

Opistognathus walkeri

Knifejaw

Sheephead grunt

Brassy grunt

Hogfish

Scalyfin grunt

Corocoro cubano

Bronze-striped grunt

Corocoro grunt

Osopsaron formosensis

Osopsaron verecundum

Giant red tail gourami

Osphronemus septemfasciatus

Bronze croaker

Otopharynx argyrosoma - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Golden-margined hap - The golden-margined hap is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Otopharynx brooksi - It's edibility is unverfied.

Otopharynx decorus - Otopharynx decorus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Royal blue hap - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Otopharynx lithobates

Otopharynx ovatus - Otopharynx ovatus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Otopharynx pachycheilus - It is endemic to Malawi.

Otopharynx selenurus - Otopharynx selenurus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Otopharynx speciosus - Otopharynx speciosus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Otopharynx tetraspilus - Otopharynx tetraspilus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Otopharynx tetrastigma - Otopharynx tetrastigma is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Aristochromis deep

Owstonia macrophthalmus

Owstonia nigromarginatus

Oxuderces dentatus

Wirz's goby

Thick-stripe maori wrasse

Oxyeleotris altipinna

Aru gudgeon

Oxyeleotris caeca

Oxyeleotris expatria - Oxyeleotris expatria is a small fish, growing only a mere 14cm in length.

Fimbriate gudgeon

Blackbanded gauvina

Sentani gudgeon

Sleepy cod - Sleepy cod generally weigh up to 3 kg.

Marble goby

Poreless gudgeon

Fewpored gudgeon

Oxyeleotris siamensis

Oxyeleotris urophthalmoides

Oxyeleotris urophthalmus

Paniai gudgeon - The Paniai gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Senorita

Oxyurichthys amabalis

Oxyurichthys auchenolepis

Oxyurichthys cornutus

Oxyurichthys dasi

Oxyurichthys formosanus

Blackspot arrowfin goby

Ribbon goby

Lace goby

Oxyurichthys lonchotus

Maned goby

Oxyurichthys mindanensis

Mindanao sleeper-goby

Eyebrow goby

Jester goby

Oxyurichthys petersenii

Oxyurichthys saru

Oxyurichthys takagi

Oxyurichthys uronema

Oxyurichthys viridis

Purple arrowfin goby

Blue hottentot

Hottentot seabream

Bronze seabream

Common goby - Padogobius bonelli is a species of fish in the Gobiidae family.

Arno goby

Wide-gape paedomorphic goby

Arabian pandora

Natal pandora

Red seabream

Mauve goby

Pallidochromis tokolosh - It was first recognized as a species likely to belong to a new genus of cichlid in 1991 by Mark Smith, and was formally described by Turner in 1994, who created a new genus name for this cichlid.

Palutrus scapulopunctatus

Pandaka pusilla

Dwarf pigmygoby - The dwarf pygmy goby is a tropical freshwater fish of the family Gobiidae.

Dwarfgoby

Papillogobius punctatus

Papuligobius uniporus

Horned blenny

Parablennius cyclops

Parablennius dialloi

Parablennius goreensis

Parablennius incognitus

Horned blenny

Mud blenny

Cheekspot blenny

Rock-pool blenny

Longstriped blenny

Portuguese blenny

Parablennius salensis

Rusty blenny

Parablennius serratolineatus

Parablennius sierraensis

Tasmanian blenny

Tentacled blenny

Tasseled blenny

Parablennius verryckeni

Parablennius yatabei

Zoanimir's blenny

Japanese snapper

Vanuatu snapper

Paracaesio waltervadi

Parachaenichthys charcoti

Parachaenichthys georgianus

Parachaeturichthys ocellatus

Taileyed goby

Snake-head

Paracheilinus piscilineatus

Guapote - Breeding can be achieved with very little effort and no specific requirements are needed for breeding purposes.

Paracirrhites bicolor

Pink blenny

Leastfoot blenny

Paraclinus fehlmanni

Reef finspot

Magdalena blenny

One-eyed blenny

Surf blenny

Flapscale blenny

Professor blenny

Longjaw blenny

San Quintin blenny

Paradiplogrammus corallinus

Paradiplogrammus curvispinis

Little sand-dragonet

Paradoxodacna piratica

Paragunnellichthys springeri

Parahypsos piersoni

Multicolorfin rainbowfish

Dara

Goldspotted sand bass

Southern rock bass

Parrot sand bass

Paralabrax semifasciatus

Paralipophrys trigloides

Banded croaker

Suco croaker

Peruvian banded croaker

Peters' banded croaker

High-finned glass perchlet - The high-finned glass perchlet, Parambassis altipinnis, is a species of fish in the Ambassidae family.

Iridescent glassy perchlet

Sepik glass perchlet

Day's glassy perchlet

Giant glassfish

Highfin glassy perchlet

Parambassis macrolepis

Indian glassy fish - The Indian glassy fish has a striking transparent body revealing its bones and internal organs; the male develops a dark edge to the dorsal fin.

Pa khap khong

Parambassis tenasserimensis

Western Ghat glassy perchlet

Parambassis vollmeri

Duskyfin glassy perchlet

Parananochromis axelrodi

Parananochromis brevirostris

Parananochromis caudifasciatus

Parananochromis gabonicus

Parananochromis longirostris

Parananochromis ornatus

Paranebris bauchotae

Paranotothenia dewitti

Whitespot sandsmelt

Barred grubfish

Parapercis atlantica

Yellowbanded red weever

Parapercis australis

Parapercis banoni

Redbanded weever - The redbanded weever, Parapercis binivirgata, is a sandperch of the family Pinguipedidae found around Australia and New Zealand at depths of between 50 and 150 m.

Parapercis biordinis

Parapercis

Sandperch - It is exclusively found in New Zealand in shallow waters around the rocky coasts of up to the depth of 150 m, though it is far more common south of Cook Strait.

Parapercis decemfasciata

Doublespot grubfish

Parapercis dockinsi

Parapercis elongata

Longfinned grubfish

Parapercis flavescens

Parapercis fuscolineata

Yellow Weaver - The yellow weaver, Parapercis gilliesii, is a sandperch of the genus Parapercis found only around New Zealand.

Parapercis kamoharai

Y-barred Sandperch

Narrow barred grubfish

Parapercis mimaseana

Parapercis muronis

Parapercis okamurai

Parapercis ommatura

Parapercis phenax

Spotted grubfish

Fourspined grubfish

Spotted grubfish

Smallscale grubfish

Parapercis rufa

Grub fish

Parapercis simulata

Weeping sandsmelt

White-streaked grubfish

Parapocryptes rictuosus

Parapocryptes serperaster

Dwarf paradise fish

Slender bullseye

Parapristipoma macrops

African striped grunt

Parargyrops edita

Smooth dwarf monocle bream

Redfin dwarf monocle bream

Parascolopsis capitinis

Rosy monocle-bream

Unarmed dwarf monocle bream

Slender dwarf monocle bream

Long-rayed dwarf monocle bream

Tosa dwarf monocle bream

Scaly dwarf monocle bream

Parasphyraenops incisus

Marakely - Paratilapia polleni is a medium sized cichlid fish from Madagascar.

Paratrimma nigrimenta

Paratrimma urospila

Paratrypauchen microcephalus

Parawaous megacephalus

Paraxenisthmus cerberusi

Short boarfish

Parenchelyurus hyena

Royal highhat

Silverbelly

Damba - The damba is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Kotsovato

Damba Mipentina - The species is at exhibit in the London Zoo.

Paretroplus maromandia

Kotso

Paretroplus polyactis

Peppered goby

Parioglossus aporos

Parioglossus dotui

Parioglossus interruptus

Parioglossus marginalis - The dart goby, Parioglossus marginalis, is a dartfish of the genus Parioglossus, found along the east coast of Australia and in a few isolated localities in Northland and Great Barrier Island, New Zealand.

Parioglossus neocaledonicus

Parioglossus sinensis

Parioglossus triquetrus

Yellowspotted boarfish

Boarfish - The giant boarfish or common boarfish or sowfish, Paristiopterus labiosus, is an armorhead of the genus Paristiopterus, found in the eastern Indian Ocean, around southern Australia, and New Zealand.

Parkraemeria ornata

Parona leatherjacket

Parrella fusca

Darkblotch goby

Lucretia's goby

Parrella macropteryx

Doublestripe goby

Yellow-threaded goatfish

Yellow striped goatfish

Parupeneus jansenii

Parupeneus orientalis

Parupeneus posteli

Parupeneus procerigena

Parviparma straminea

Patagonotothen cornucola

Patagonotothen kreffti

Patagonotothen thompsoni

Pavoclinus caeruleopunctatus

Grass klipfish

Rippled klipfish

Slinky klipfish

Bearded klipfish

Mya's klipfish

Peacock klipfish

Deepwater klipfish

Deep-reef klipfish

Paxton concilians

Western striped trumpeter

Pelvicachromis humilis

Common krib - In the wild, male P.

Kribensis

Striped dwarf cichlid - Location variants include: P. P. P. P. P. P.

Black-tipped bullseye

Black-edged sweeper

Common bullseye

Pempheris nyctereutes

Pempheris ornata

Pempheris xanthoptera

Pempheris ypsilychnus

Greyfin croaker

Royal threadfin

Longfin mojarra

Corvina

Balkhasch perch - Fishbase.

Chinese sleeper - Synonyms:

Brazilian flathead

Kosi rockskipper

Pug-headed mudskipper

Periophthalmodon septemradiatus

Periophthalmus darwini

Periophthalmus gracilis

Periophthalmus magnuspinnatus

Periophthalmus malaccensis

Periophthalmus minutus

Mudskipper

Periophthalmus murdyi

New Guinea mudskipper

Pearse's mudskipper

Periophthalmus spilotus

Periophthalmus walailakae

Walton's mudskipper

Perissodus microlepis - Perissodus microlepis is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Eel blenny

Bay snook

Petrochromis famula - Petrochromis famula is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Petrochromis fasciolatus - Petrochromis fasciolatus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Petrochromis macrognathus - Petrochromis macrognathus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Petrochromis orthognathus - Petrochromis orthognathus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Petrochromis trewavasae ephippium

Arabian fangblenny

Twilight Fangblenny

Petroscirtes springeri

Thepas' sabretooth blenny

Variable sabretooth blenny

Petrotilapia genalutea - Petrotilapia genalutea is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Petrotilapia nigra

Red steenbras

Sharpnose surfperch

White surfperch

Zambezi happy

Phenablennius heyligeri

Flathead gudgeon

Philypnodon macrostomus

Philypnus macrolepis

Pholidapus dybowskii

Pholidichthys anguis

Longfin gunnel

Pholis crassispina

Pholis fangi

Banded gunnel

Butter-fish

Bracketed blenny

Pholis nea

Tidepool gunnel

Pholis picta

Red gunnel

Orangefin ponyfish

Phucocoetes latitans

Belted blenny

Pictichromis ephippiata

Brazilian sandperch

Sandperch

Deepwater hap - It is found in Malawi and Mozambique.

Placidochromis hennydaviesae - Placidochromis hennydaviesae is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Placidochromis johnstoni - Placidochromis johnstoni is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Placidochromis longimanus - Placidochromis longimanus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Super VC-10 hap - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Placidochromis polli - Placidochromis polli is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Happy - Placidochromis subocularis is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Plagiogeneion fiolenti

Plagiogeneion geminatum

Rubyfish

Crisscross prickleback

Plagiotremus iosodon

Plagiotremus laudandus flavus

Plagiotremus spilistius

Sailfin stargazer

Brazilian sand stargazer

Bussing's stargazer

Shortfin sand stargazer

Platygillellus smithi

Platygobiopsis akihito

Platygobiopsis dispar

Platygobiopsis tansei

Plecodus elaviae - 2

Plecodus multidentatus - Plecodus multidentatus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Plecodus paradoxus - Plecodus paradoxus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Plecodus straeleni - Plecodus straeleni is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Black-and-white prickleback

Plectorhinchus faetela

Rubberlip grunt

Plectranthias alleni

Plectranthias bauchotae

Plectranthias bilaticlavia

Plectranthias cirrhitoides

Plectranthias exsul

Plectranthias fijiensis

Plectranthias gardineri

Apricot bass

Plectranthias helenae

Japanese perchlet

Eastern flower porgy

Plectranthias knappi

Plectranthias maculicauda

Plectranthias megalepis

Plectranthias megalophthalmus

Flagfin

Plectranthias pelicieri

Plectranthias retrofasciatus

Plectranthias rubrifasciatus

Plectranthias sagamiensis

Plectranthias taylori

Plectranthias vexillarius

Plectranthias whiteheadi

Plectranthias yamakawai

Moustache longfin

Spotted puff

Scalynape goby

Bilobed ghost goby

Pleurosicya fringilla

Barrel-sponge goby

Pleurosicya occidentalis

Pleurosicya prognatha

Short-nose cling-goby

Pogoneleotris heterolepis

Banded drum - Their teeth are rounded and they have powerful jaws capable of crushing oysters and other shellfish.

Pogonolycus elegans

Pogonolycus marinae

Pogonophryne bellingshausenensis

Pogonophryne immaculata

Marbled plunderfish

Pogonophryne platypogon

German seabream

Pacific threadfin

Slender fivefinger threadfin

Long-limb threadfin

River threadfin

African blackspot threadfin

Smallmouth threadfin

Black-finned threadfin

Atlantic threadfin - The Atlantic threadfin, Polydactylus octonemus, is a threadfin native to subtropical and temperate waters of the western Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico.

Smallscale threadfin

Persian blackspot threadfin

Giant African threadfin - Gérard Loubens .

Largemouth striped threadfin

Barbu threadfin

Northern paradise fish

Eastern paradise fish

Hornaday's paradise fish

Kapuas elegant paradise fish

Lake blackhand paradise fish

Elegant paradiseus fish

Atlantic wreckfish - Atlantic wreckfish are deep-water fish and can be found on the ocean bottom at depths between 40 and 600 m , where they inhabit caves and shipwrecks .

Hapuka - The hāpuku, hapuka or whapuku, Polyprion oxygeneios, is a wreckfish of the family Polyprionidae, found around southern Australia, Chile, Tristan da Cunha, and New Zealand at depths of between 30 and 800 m.

Polyprion yanezi

Polyspondylogobius sinensis

Frenchman seabream

Pomacentrus bintanensis

Pomacentrus komodoensis

Pomacentrus limosus

Yellowback grunt

Head grunt

Bluecheek silver grunt

Pomadasys bipunctatus

Sand grunt

Roughneck grunt

Freshwater grunt

Sompat grunt

Cock grunter

Panama grunt

Pomadasys schyrii

Bronzestriped grunt

Pomatoschistus bathi

Canestrini's Goby - Canestrini's goby is a species of fish in the Gobiidae family.

Kner's goby

Lozano's goby

Marbled goby

Freckled goby

Norway goby

Painted goby

Quagga goby

Tortonese's goby

Calicos bass - Both species of crappie as adults feed predominantly on smaller species, including the young of their own predators .

Whitebarred blenny

Porogobius schlegelii

Praealticus caesius

Praealticus dayi

Praealticus margaritatus

Praealticus multistriatus

Praealticus oortii

Praealticus semicrenatus

Praealticus striatus

Whitefinned blenny

Praealticus triangulus

Alalaua

Priacanthus fitchi

Elongate bulleye

Arrow bulleye

Priacanthus zaiserae

Priolepis aithiops

Priolepis ascensionis

Priolepis profunda

Priolepis psygmophilia

Priolepis robinsi

Priolepis sticta

Priolepis winterbottomi

Prionobutis dasyrhynchus

Small-eyed loter

Prionodraco evansii

Biafra doctorfish

Wenchman

Yelloweye wenchman

Golden snapper

Malayan leaffish

Prognathodes brasiliensis

Oblique butterflyfish - Prognathodes obliquus is a species of fish in the Chaetodontidae family.

Tilefish

Roughtongue bass

Threadfin bass

Tubenose blenny

Proterorhinus semipellucidus

Proterorhinus tataricus - It inhabits a short stretch of River Chornaya where water is extracted in large quantities for irrigation and the species faces a critical risk of extinction in a near future.

Protogrammus antipodus

Blackspotted croaker

New Grenada drum

Knysna sandgoby

Pseudalectrias tarasovi

Pseudambassis alleni

Himalayan glassy perchlet

Pseudambassis roberti

Estuary cardinalfish

Tarr's cardinalfish

Limpid cardinal

Aurora anthias

Pseudanthias caudalis

Pseudanthias elongatus

Pseudanthias fucinus

Pseudanthias georgei

Pseudanthias manadensis

Pseudanthias nobilis

Pseudanthias regalis - Anthias regalis is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Townsend's anthias

Pseudanthias venator

Pseudanthias xanthomaculatus

Pseudaphritis porosus

Pseudaphritis undulatus

Pseudapocryptes borneensis

Pointed-tailed goby

Pseudocalliurichthys brevianalis

Pseudocalliurichthys ikedai

Juan Fernandez trevally

South Georgia icefish

Orange dottyback - The neon dottyback, Pseudochromis aldabraensis, is a fish commonly kept in marine aquariums.

Bandtail dottyback

Pseudochromis coccinicauda - List of marine aquarium fish species

Pseudochromis dilectus - Pseudochromis dilectus is a Pseudochromis from the Western Indian Ocean.

Pseudochromis fowleri

Pseudochromis jace

Pseudochromis kolythrus

Yellowtail dottyback

Pseudochromis magnificus

Pseudochromis melanotus

Pseudochromis reticulatus

Pseudocrenilabrus nicholsi

Pseudogobius isognathus

Pseudogobius masago

Pseudogobius melanostictus

Blue-spot goby

Pseudogobius poicilosoma

Pseudojuloides argyreogaster

Cape wrasse

Pseudojuloides

Pseudolabrus gayi

Orange wrasse - The orange wrasse, Pseudolabrus luculentus, is a wrasse of the genus Pseudolabrus, found in eastern Australia and around New Zealand in reef areas at depths of between 5 and 50 m.

Pseudolabrus sieboldi

Pseudolabrus torotai

Namorado sandperch

Brazilian sandperch

Pseudorhinogobius aporus

Pseudoscopelus albeolus

Pseudoscopelus australis

Pseudoscopelus vityazi

Bobo croaker

Guinea croaker

Cameroon croaker

Cassava croaker

Law croaker

Elongate mbuna

Pseudotropheus crabro - The bumblebee cichlid has an elongate body with vertical yellow-and-black "bumblebee" bars.

Cyan hap

Pseudotropheus demasoni - The Demasoni Cichlid, Pseudotropheus demasoni, is a relatively rare cichlid, which originates from a rocky point called Pombo Rocks, within the waters of Lake Malawi located in Tanzania, Africa.

Pseudotropheus fainzilberi - Pseudotropheus fainzilberi is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Pseudotropheus flavus

Pseudotropheus fuscoides

Pseudotropheus fuscus

Pseudotropheus longior

Pseudotropheus lucerna - Pseudotropheus lucerna is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Pseudotropheus macrophthalmus

Pseudotropheus microstoma

Pseudotropheus minutus - Pseudotropheus minutus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Pseudotropheus modestus

Pseudotropheus novemfasciatus

Pseudotropheus purpuratus

Pseudotropheus saulosi

Pindani - The pindani is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Pseudotropheus tropheops gracilior

Pseudotropheus tropheops romandi

Pseudotropheus tursiops

Pseudotrypauchen multiradiatus

Chivo

West African goatfish

Psilodraco breviceps

Psilogobius mainlandi

Psilogobius randalli

Psilotris amblyrhynchus

Psilotris boehlkei

Psilotris kaufmani

Sideburn wrasse

Cheekbar wrasse

Banggai cardinal fish - This species is restricted to the Banggai Islands of Indonesia.

Ptereleotris arabica

Panamic dartfish

Sad glider

Ptereleotris melanopogon

Pterochromis congicus

Serpentine goby

Pterogobius virgo

Pterogobius zacalles

Pterogobius zonoleucus

Pteropsaron evolans

Pteropsaron heemstrai

Pteropsaron natalensis

Pteropsaron neocaledonicus

Pteropsaron springeri

Quillfish - It has been found on the surface at night, attracted by the lights of fishing boats, but little is known about its daytime habits: it is thought that it may burrow in sandy and muddy bottoms during the day, emerging at dusk to feed.

Ptychochromis curvidens

Ptychochromis insolitus

Ptychochromis loisellei

Ptychochromis makira

Ptychochromis onilahy

Trondo mainty

Pungu

Pyrolycus moelleri

Guaymas goby

Rabaulichthys suzukii

Racovitzia harrissoni

Stripefin ronquil - The stripedfin ronquil is a fish native to the eastern Pacific Ocean.

Ratsirakia legendrei

Redigobius penango

Roemer's goby

Spotted stinkfish

Repomucenus huguenini

Repomucenus koreanus

Repomucenus lunatus

Greyspotted dragonet

Repomucenus olidus

Repomucenus ornatipinnis

Richard's dragonet

Hooded dragonet

Rhabdamia mentalis

Cape stumpnose

Bigeye stumpnose

Rubberlip surfperch

Pile surfperch

Tigerfish

Tigerfish

Tigerfish - Rhamphochromis ferox is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Tigerfish

Tigerfish - Rhamphochromis lucius is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Rhamphochromis macrophthalmus

Tigerfish

Blackeye goby

Rhinogobius boa

Rhinogobius changtinensis

Chiangmai stream goby

Rhinogobius duospilus

Rhinogobius genanematus

Rhinogobius giurinus - Barcheek goby, Rhinogobius giurinus is a species of the family Gobiidae.

Rhinogobius honghensis

Rhinogobius lineatus

Rhinogobius lungwoensis

Rhinogobius maculicervix

Rhinogobius ponkouensis

Rhinogobius reticulatus

Rhinogobius rubrolineatus

Rhinogobius sagittus

Rhinogobius sulcatus

Rhinogobius variolatus

Rhinogobius virgigena

Rhinogobius wuyiensis

Threadfin scat

Bastard snapper - Local names for the fish include the Beeline snapper, B-Liner, California Red Snapper, Mingo, Mutton Snapper

Loach goby - Thacker and Hardman's study of the molecular phylogeny of the gobies indicates that the loach goby is the most primitive member of the gobioidei.

Rhyacichthys guilberti

Spotfin croaker - The body of the spotfin croaker is elongate, but heavy forward.

Ronquil

Longfinned triplefin - In the breeding season in winter and spring the males become darker, with a blue/black head and black first dorsal fin, and dark bars on the body.

Rusichthys explicitus

Rusichthys plesiomorphus

Whitespotted soapfish

Rypticus randalli

Rosy grubfish

Boulenger's anthias

Sacura margaritacea

Sacura speciosa

Sagamia geneionema

Salaria basilisca

Freshwater blenny

Peacock blenny

Seram blenny

Salarias nigrocinctus

Salarias obscurus

Starry blenny - Salarias ramosus is a Blenny from the Western Central Pacific.

Salarias sexfilum

Pike perch - Hybridization between saugers and walleyes is not unknown; the hybrids, referred to as saugeyes, exhibit traits of both species.

Blue pike - In some parts of its range, the walleye is mistakenly known as the colored pike, yellow pike or pickerel , although the fish is related neither to the pikes nor to the other pickerels, both of which are members of the family Esocidae.

Volga pikeperch

Rainbow happy

Green happy

Cunene happy

Greenwood's happy

Mortimer's happy

Sargochromis thysi

Fissi

Sarotherodon caudomarginatus

Sarotherodon galilaeus borkuanus - It is found in Africa and Eurasia.

Sarotherodon galilaeus boulengeri - It is found in Africa and Eurasia.

Sarotherodon galilaeus multifasciatus - It is found in Africa and Eurasia.

Sarotherodon galilaeus sanagaensis - It is found in Africa and Eurasia.

Blackfin tilapia

Keppi

Mango fish

Sarotherodon melanotheron leonensis

Sarotherodon mvogoi

Sarotherodon nigripinnis dolloi

Sarotherodon occidentalis

Kululu

Sarotherodon tournieri liberiensis

Scartelaos cantoris

Scartelaos gigas

Walking goby

Slender mudskipper

Scartella caboverdiana

Maned blenny

Scartella nuchifilis

Springer's blenny

Scartichthys crapulatus

Giant blenny

Scartichthys variolatus

Scartichthys viridis

Guinean parrotfish

Dhofar parrotfish

Schismatogobius ampluvinculus

Schismatogobius bruynisi

Redneck goby

Schismatogobius insignus

Schismatogobius marmoratus

Schismatogobius pallidus

Schismatogobius roxasi

Schismatogobius vitiensis

Sand diver

Deepwater drum

Sciaena callaensis

Sciaena deliciosa

Sciaena fasciata

Sciaena wieneri

Sciaenochromis benthicola

Sciaenochromis fryeri

Electric blue kande - The electric blue kande is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Corvina

Lattice monocle bream

Sea sweep

Scorpis chilensis

Green-hide jack - The leathery grunter is a species of fish in the Terapontidae family.

Burrowing blenny

Secutor hanedai

Secutor interruptus

Secutor megalolepis

Pearl-spotted fairy basslet

Selenanthias barroi

Selenanthias myersi

Caribbean moonfish

African moonfish

Asian sheepshead wrasse - The Asian sheepshead wrasse is a species of fish in the Labridae family.

Japanese amberjack - It is greatly appreciated in Japan, where it is called hamachi or buri.

Queen croaker - The body of the queenfish is elongate and moderately compressed; the largest recorded specimen was 12 inches.

Humpback largemouth

Thinface cichlid

Serranochromis janus

Longfin largemouth

Lowveld largemouth

Upper Zambezi nembwe

Serranochromis spei

Ghanean comber

Deepwater serrano

Serranus africanus

Blacktail comber

Blackear bass

Comber - It lives in the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea and the Atlantic coast from the British Isles to the Cape of Good Hope, including the Azores, Madeira and the Canary Islands.

Brown comber

Serranus heterurus

Flag serrano

Crosshatch bass

Serranus maytagi

Barred rockcod

St. Helena comber

Socorro serrano

Belted sandfish - The belted sandfish, Serranus subligarius, is a member of the Serranidae family.

Sicydium adelum

Sicydium altum

Sicydium brevifile

Dominican rockclimbing goby

Sicydium cocoensis

Sicydium crenilabrum

Sicydium fayae

Sicydium gilberti

Smoothbelly goby

Sicydium hildebrandi

Multispotted goby

Antillian rockclimbing goby

Sicydium rosenbergii

Sicydium salvini

Sicyopterus aiensis

Sicyopterus brevis

Sicyopterus caeruleus

Sicyopterus caudimaculatus

Sicyopterus crassus

Cleft-lipped goby

Finetooth rockclimbing goby

Sicyopterus fasciatus

Sicyopterus franouxi

Sicyopterus fuliag

Clown goby

Hagen's goby

Sicyopterus japonicus

Sicyopterus lacrymosus

Red-tailed goby

Red-tailed goby

Saddled rockclimbing goby

Threadfin goby

Yellowtail rockclimbing goby

Sicyopterus marquesensis

Sicyopterus microcephalus

Clinging goby

Ouwen's goby

Sicyopterus panayensis

Sicyopterus parvei

Fatsnout rockclimbing goby

Sicyopterus punctissimus

Sicyopterus rapa

Stimpson's goby - The nopoli rockclimbing goby, oopu nopili, or Stimpson's goby is a species of fish in the Gobiidae family.

Sicyopterus wichmanni

Sicyopus cebuensis

Sicyopus exallisquamulus

Sicyopus sasali

Red Sea goby

Silhouettea capitlineata

Silhouettea chaimi

Silhouettea dotui

Silhouettea evanida

Hoese's goby

Silhouettea indica

Phantom goby

Silhouettea nuchipunctatus

Barebreast goby

Australian whiting - The King George whiting is the only species nested in the genus Sillaginodes, which itself is in the family Sillaginidae, containing all the smelt whitings.

Gangetic sillago - The Gangetic whiting is the only species of the genus Sillaginopsis, which itself is one of three genera the family Sillaginidae, containing all the smelt whitings.

Oriental sillago - The oriental trumpeter whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Golden-lined sillago - The golden lined whiting is a member of the genus Sillago, which contain 29 other species.

Arabian sillago - The shortnose whiting belongs to the genus Sillago, a subdivision of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Asian sillago - The Asian whiting is a species of the genus Sillago, one of three divisions of the smelt-whiting family Sillaginidae.

Slender sillago - The Slender whiting is a species of the genus Sillago, which contains 29 other species of whiting.

Boutan's sillago - Boutan's whiting is a one of 29 species of the genus Sillago, one of 3 genera in the smelt-whiting family Sillaginidae, a division of the suborder Percoidea.

Clubfoot sillago - The club-foot whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Indian sillago - The Indian whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Bay sillago - The bay whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Intermediate sillago - The Thai whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Japanese sillago - The species inhabits a variety of shallow water habitats where it preys on a variety of crustaceans as well as polychaetes, bivalves and small fish.

Large-headed sillago - The large-headed whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Small-eyed sillago - The small-eyed whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Rough sillago - The rough whiting is a member of the genus Sillago, which contain 29 other species.

Stout sillago - The stout whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Yellowfin sillago - The yellowfin whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Soringa sillago - The Soringa whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Banded sillago - The western school whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.

Cape damsel

Simochromis babaulti

Simochromis margaretae

Simochromis marginatus

Simochromis pleurospilus

Sindoscopus australis

Sineleotris chalmersi

Sineleotris namxamensis

Sineleotris saccharae

Siphamia nigra

Siphamia permutata

Pink-breasted siphonfish

Tubemouth

Slender weed whiting

Siphonognathus beddomei

Siphonognathus caninis

Siphonognathus tanyourus

Leafy klipfish

Decorated warbonnet

Spaniblennius clandestinus

Spaniblennius riodourensis

Strigate parrotfish

Musselcracker seabream

Gilt head bream - The gilt-head bream is generally considered the best-tasting of the breams and has given the whole family of Sparidae its name.

Spathodus erythrodon

Grotto goby

Sphenanthias sibogae

Steentje seabream

Springeratus caledonicus

Springeratus polyporatus

Springeratus xanthosoma

Japanese blacktail triplefin

Obtuse sandfish

Stalix davidsheni

Stalix toyoshio

Starksia brasiliensis

Fugitive blenny

Starksia culebrae

Yellow blenny

Pinstriped blenny

Guadalupe blenny

Hose blenny

Scalybelly blenny

Brown-spotted blenny

Phallic blenny

Mexican worm blenny

California worm blenny

Steatocranus bleheri

Lionhead cichlid - They are considered easy to keep in fish tanks.

Steatocranus gibbiceps - Steatocranus gibbiceps is freshwater fish in the cichlid family.

Steatocranus glaber

Cichlid

Steatocranus mpozoensis

Steatocranus rouxi

Steatocranus tinanti

Steatocranus ubanguiensis

Steeneichthys nativitatus

Freshwater gregory

Yellowtip damselfish

Saint Paul's gregory - Stegastes sanctipauli is a species of fish in the Pomacentridae family.

Stegastes uenfi

Stellifer brasiliensis

Stellifer chaoi

Shortnose stardrum

Stardrum

Stellifer ephelis

Hollow stardrum

White stardrum

Gray stardrum

Silver stardrum

American stardrum

Stellifer magoi

Smalleye stardrum

Minor stardrum

Stellifer naso

Yawning stardrum

Rake stardrum

Stellifer venezuelae

Professor stardrum

Amigo stardrum

Softhead stardrum

Stenogobius alleni

Beaufort's goby

Stenogobius blokzeyli

Stenogobius caudimaculosus

Robbermask goby

Chin-band goby

Malabar goby

Naniha goby

Stenogobius hoesei

Stenogobius ingeri

Stenogobius keletaona

Africa rivergoby

Stenogobius kyphosus

Bintuni goby

Stenogobius laterisquamatus

Stenogobius macropterus

Stenogobius marinus

Stenogobius marqueti

Stenogobius mekongensis

Stenogobius ophthalmoporus

Stenogobius psilosinionus

Stenogobius randalli

Stenogobius squamosus

Stenogobius watsoni

Stenogobius yateiensis

Stenogobius zurstrassenii

Longspine porgy

Porgy - Scup grow as large as 18 in and weigh 3 to 4 lb , but they average 1/2 - 1 lb .

Giant sea-bass - There are published reports of giant sea bass reaching a size of 2.

Stethojulis marquesensis

Stethojulis notialis

Stethojulis terina

Stichaeopsis epallax

Stichaeopsis nana

Stichaeopsis nevelskoi

Stichaeus fuscus

Stichaeus grigorjewi

Stichaeus nozawae

Stichaeus ochriamkini

Stichaeus punctatus pulcherrimus

Dusky crawler

Sand crawler

Stigmatochromis modestus

Candle hap - The candle hap is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Stigmatochromis pleurospilus

Stigmatochromis woodi

Stigmatogobius borneensis

Stigmatogobius elegans

Stigmatogobius minima

Stigmatogobius signifer

Stiphodon astilbos

Stiphodon julieni

Stiphodon kalfatak

Stiphodon martenstyni

Stiphodon multisquamus

Palauan riffle goby

Stiphodon rubromaculatus

Stiphodon sapphirinus

Pindu

Stonogobiops medon

Stonogobiops pentafasciata

Stonogobiops yasha

Storrsia olsoni

Sueviota larsonae

Striped trawl wrasse

Spottail wrasse

Suezichthys cyanolaemus

Russell's wrasse

Pelagic goby

Suruga fundicola

Grey wrasse

Symphodus doderleini

Axillary wrasse

Symphysanodon katayamai

Synagrops analis

Synagrops malayanus

Synagrops serratospinosus

Antler dragonet

Bartel's dragonet

Synchiropus claudiae

Philippines dragonet

Orange-black dragonet

Synchiropus lateralis

Synchiropus lineolatus

Synchiropus orientalis

Synchiropus phaeton

High-finned dragonet

Synchiropus randalli

Synchiropus sechellensis

Synchiropus springeri

Synchiropus zamboangana

Acanthogobius hasta

Freshwater goby

Taeniochromis holotaenia - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Eel worm goby

Burmese gobyeel

Bearded worm goby

Bulldog eelgoby

Slender eel goby

Bearded goby

Taenioides kentalleni

Tan worm goby

Blackfin eel goby

Taeniolethrinops cyrtonotus

Taeniolethrinops furcicauda

Taeniolethrinops laticeps

Taeniolethrinops praeorbitalis

Tahuantinsuyoa chipi

Tahuantinsuyoa macantzatza

Tamanka maculata

Tamanka siitensis

Spotfin goby cichlid

Slender blenny

Marine goby

Lagoon goby

Lord's goby

Peacock gudgeon - Peacock Gudgeons grow to about 2.

Teleogramma brichardi

Teleogramma depressum

Teleogramma gracile

Teleogramma monogramma

Two banded cichlid

Telmatochromis brichardi

Telmatochromis burgeoni

Jarbua terapon - Terapon jarbua is a Grunter from the Indo-Pacific.

Yellow-stripe hogfish

Four-spined glass perchlet

Kokoda perchlet

Sand diver - The New Zealand sand diver, Tewara cranwellae, is a sandburrower, the only species in the genus Tewara, found all around New Zealand to depths of about 5 m, on sandy or gravelly bottoms.

Cupid wrasse - Thalassoma cupido is a species of fish in the Labridae family.

Thalassoma loxum - Thalassoma loxum is a species of fish in the Labridae family.

Thermarces pelophilum

Thoracochromis brauschi - FishBase Eds.

Thoracochromis callichromus

Thorogobius angolensis

Rock goby

Large-scaled goby

Thysochromis annectens

Thysochromis ansorgii

Tilapia baloni

Tilapia bilineata

Tilapia brevimanus

Tilapia

Tilapia

Tilapia cessiana

Tilapia coffea

Tilapia congica

Tilapia dageti

Tilapia deckerti

Guinean tilapia

Sixbanded coralfish

Tomiyamichthys alleni

Tomiyamichthys fourmanoiri

Tomiyamichthys smithi

Tomiyamichthys tanyspilus

Threadtail anthias

Tosanoides filamentosus

Tosanoides flavofasciatus

Cayenne pompano

Blackblotch pompano

Indian pompano

Spotted weever - It is up to 45 cm long, brown and yellow on the head and back, paler below with darker spots along the sides.

Guinean weever

Sailfin weever

Trachinus cornutus

Striped weever

Cape Verde weever

Crozet scad

Orange-fringed largemouth - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Tramitichromis intermedius

Tramitichromis lituris

Tramitichromis trilineata - Tramitichromis trilineata is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Tramitichromis variabilis

Trematocara zebra

Trematocranus labifer - Trematocranus labifer is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Haplochromis placodon pointed head - It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

Trematocranus placodon

Blunt scalyhead

Striped rockcod

Dusky notothen

Spotted notothen

Sharp-spined notothen

Blackfin notothen

Orange notothen

Triaenopogon microsquamis

Bullhead triplefin - The bullhead triplefin inhabits intertidal areas.

Moonbeam gourami - Moonlight gourami is a labyrinth fish of the family Osphronemidae.

Arabian sand diver

Trichonotus cyclograptus

Gold-bar sand-diver

Trichonotus nikii

Talking gourami - Croaking gouramis can reach an average size of about 5 centimeters, though some individuals can grow as large as 6 or 7 centimeters.

Shokihaze goby

Shimofuri goby

Threadfin goby

Tridentiger nudicervicus

Striped tripletooth goby

Sharp-eye pygmy-goby

Trimma bisella

Candycane pygmy goby

Trimma dalerocheila

Trimma filamentosus

Trimma fraena

Trimma haima

Sparsely-spotted pygmy-goby

Trimma kudoi

Trimma lantana

Trimma milta

Trimma omanensis

Sostra pygmy goby

Candy scale pygmy goby

Trimma stobbsi

Volcano pygmy goby

Trimma winchi

Trimma woutsi

Trimma yanoi

Trimmatom nanus - With adults growing to a total overall length of just over 10 mm , T.

Trimmatom offucius

Trimmatom sagma

Trimmatom zapotes

Clarke's triplefin

Crested triplefin

Notched triplefin

Black-faced blenny

Pigmy blackfaced blenny

Tripterygion tartessicum

Melon-seed grouper

Tristramella sacra

Tropheus annectens

Dwarf Tanganyikan cichlid - Tropheus duboisi is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Tropheus kasabae

Tropheus polli - Tropheus polli is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Trypauchen pelaeos

Trypauchen raha

Trypauchen taenia

Trypauchenichthys larsonae

Trypauchenichthys sumatrensis

Trypauchenopsis intermedius

Tryssogobius flavolineatus

Tryssogobius nigrolineatus

Tryssogobius quinquespinus

Lizard goby

Tylochromis polylepis

Typhleotris madagascariensis

Typhleotris pauliani - Typhleotris pauliani is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.

Blind goby

Tyrannochromis macrostoma

Tyrannochromis maculiceps

Tyrannochromis nigriventer

Tyrannochromis polyodon

Longspine drum

Striped drum

Canary drum

Argentine croaker

Shi drum

Drum

Umbrina imberbis

Yellowfin drum - Other common names include yellowfin drum, Catalina croaker, yellowtailed croaker, and golden croaker.

Polla drum

Upeneichthys stotti

Blue-striped red mullet

Asymmetrical goatfish

Brownband goatfish

Gilded goatfish

Upeneus filifer

Upeneus

Upeneus mascareinsis

Upeneus mouthami

Goatfish

Por's goatfish

Upeneus quadrilineatus

Ochrebanded goatfish

Chivo

Longspine stargazer

Uranoscopus bauchotae

West African stargazer

Two-spined yellow-tail stargazer

Uranoscopus crassiceps

Uranoscopus dahlakensis

Dollfus' stargazer

Uranoscopus filibarbis

Uranoscopus fuscomaculatus

Uranoscopus guttatus

Kai stargazer

Uranoscopus marmoratus

Whitespotted stargazer

Tosa stargazer

Valenciennea bella

Valenciennea limicola

Vanderhorstia auropunctata

Vanderhorstia bella

Vanderhorstia fasciaventris

Vanderhorstia flavilineata

Vanderhorstia hiramatsui

Vanderhorstia kizakura

Vanderhorstia longimanus

Vanderhorstia macropteryx

Moon-spotted shrimp goby

Majestic shrimpgoby

Vanderhorstia papilio

Vanderhorstia rapa

Vanderhorstia steelei

Vanneaugobius canariensis

Vanneaugobius pruvoti

Varicus bucca

Whiteband goby

Orangebelly goby

Lake grunter

Ocean bass

Lemon goby

Wheelerigobius maltzani

Cameroon goby

Xenichthys rupestris

Longfin salema

Xenisthmus balius

Chi wriggler

Xenisthmus clarus

Spotted wriggler

Salema

Xenistius peruanus

Ray's bream

Xenocephalus australiensis

Platanna klipfish

Leprous platanna-klipfish

Xenotilapia bathyphila

Xenotilapia boulengeri

Xenotilapia burtoni - Xenotilapia burtoni is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Xenotilapia caudafasciata

Yellow Sand Cichlid

Xenotilapia leptura

Xenotilapia melanogenys - Xenotilapia melanogenys is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Xenotilapia nasus - Xenotilapia nasus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

Xenotilapia nigrolabiata

Xenotilapia ornatipinnis

Xenotilapia papilio

Xenotilapia rotundiventralis

Xenotilapia spiloptera

Xenotilapia tenuidentata

Japanese snake blenny

Hairtail blenny

Black blenny

Rock blenny

Two-spot razorfish

Marmalade Razorfish

Blackspot razorfish

Xyrichtys incandescens

Purplespotted wrasse

Xyrichtys javanicus

Cape razorfish

Xyrichtys niger

Xyrichtys rajagopalani

Yellow razorfish

Yellowbreasted wrasse

Xyrichtys verrens

Galapagos razorfish

Xyrichtys virens

Xyrichtys wellingtoni

Yoga pyrops

Yellowfin toxic goby

Yongeichthys thomasi

Yongeichthys tuticorinensis

Pink surfperch

Longfin boarfish - The longfin boarfish, Zaclistius elevatus, is an armorhead of the genus Zaclistius, found around southern Australia and New Zealand, at depths of between 30 and 500 m.

Slender mudskipper - Zappa is a genus of goby named after musician Frank Zappa "for his articulate and sagacious defense of the First Amendment of the U.

Prowfish - Prowfish range from the Aleutian Islands, Alaska west to Kamchatka, Russia; from Navarin Canyon in the Bering Sea south to Hokkaidō, Japan and Monterey, California.

Rhone streber

Ocean pout - Scientists have done studies wherein genes are taken from the ocean pout and implanted into salmon in an attempt to make the latter grow faster.

Zoarces andriashevi

Zoarces elongatus

Blotched eelpout

Viviparous blenny - Viviparous eelpouts grow to a maximum length of 52 cm and a maximum weight of 510 g .

Zoarchias glaber

Zoarchias major

Zoarchias microstomus

Zoarchias neglectus

Zoramia flebila

Grass goby

Order Percopsiformes

Ozark cavefish - The Ozark cavefish is pinkish-white and reaches a maximum length of two inches .

Northern cavefish - The White River, flowing east to west south of Bedford, Indiana, delimits the northern range of Amblyopsis spelea.

Pirate perch - Its preferred habitat are backwaters of warm water and little current.

Swampfish

Spring cavefish - Originally found in a deep well in Lebanon, Tennessee, they were shown to the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University in January 1854.

Silver chub

Sand roller

Alabama cavefish - Only nine specimens of the cavefish have been observed and scientists estimate that less than 100 of the fish are left on the planet.

Southern cavefish

Order Petromyzontiformes

Caspian lamprey - The Caspian lamprey, Caspiomyzon wagneri, is a species of lamprey native to the Caspian Sea.

Kern brook lamprey

Greek brook lamprey

Turkish brook lamprey

Pouched lamprey - It is a species of lamprey that occurs throughout much of the southern hemisphere.

Ohio lamprey

Chestnut lamprey

Northern brook lamprey - Lampreys are long, slender fish-like animals, lacking lower jaws, which results in a downward facing mouth.

Southern brook lamprey

Mountain brook lamprey - The dorsal fin is notched but not separated from the disk, and when expanded, is always narrower than the head.

Silver lamprey - Aside from the obvious lamprey characteristics the dorsal fin may be notched slightly but not divided into two separate parts, all the teeth are well developed and the mouth, when expanded is wider than the head.

Least brook lamprey

Alaskan brook lamprey

American brook lamprey - Blind and wormlike as ammocoetes or larvae, the american brook lamprey metamorphoses into a brown cylinder, almost 8 inches long.

Parasitic river lamprey

Arctic lamprey

Modoc brook lamprey

Mexican brook lamprey

Pit-klamath brook lamprey

Vancouver lamprey

Miller Lake lamprey - The Miller Lake lamprey is a species of fish in the Petromyzontidae family.

Korean lamprey

Far Eastern brook lamprey

Lamprey eel

Klamath river lamprey

Mexican lamprey

Pacific lamprey - The Pacific lamprey lives along the Pacific Coast of North America and Asia.

Siberian brook lamprey

Po brook lamprey - The Lombardy lamprey is a species of fish in the Petromyzontidae family.

Chilean lamprey - Mordacia lapicida, also known as the Chilean Lamprey, is a species of fish in the Petromyzontidae family.

Australian lamprey - Adult short-headed lampreys live at sea and are parasites on other fish.

Non parasitic lamprey - The non-parasitic lamprey is known only from the Moroya and Tuross Rivers in southern New South Wales.

Order Pleuronectiformes

Uromegarei - The Scale-eye plaice, Acanthopsetta nadeshnyi, is a flatfish of the family Pleuronectidae.

Achiroides leucorhynchos

Achiroides melanorhynchus

Finless flounder

Plainfin sole

Brown sole

Mazatlan sole

Achirus novoae

Network sole

Tehuantepec sole

Shortfin flounder

Elongate flounder

Tudor's flounder

Largescale flounder

Longsnouted flounder

Cyclope flounder

Three-spot flounder

Three-eye flounder - Ancylopsetta dilecta is a species of flounder in the Paralichthyidae family.

Foureyed flounder

Ocellated flounder - Ancylopsetta ommata is a species of flounder in the Paralichthyidae family.

Apionichthys asphyxiatus

Longtail sole

Flounder

Apionichthys menezesi

Apionichthys nattereri

Apionichthys rosai

Apionichthys sauli

Apionichthys seripierriae

Arnoglossus andrewsi

Arnoglossus armstrongi

Bass Strait flounder

Cape scaldfish

East coast flounder

Weak lefteye flounder

Long lefteye flounder

Fison's lefteye flounder

Arnoglossus grohmanni

Imperial scaldfish

Japanese lefteye flounder

Scaldback

Scald fish

Largecrested flounder

Arnoglossus micrommatus

Mueller's flounder

Arnoglossus multirastris

Sharp-snout lefteye flounder

Many-spotted lefteye flounder

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Dwarf lefteye flounder

Thor's scaldfish

Waite's lefteye flounder

Arnoglossus yamanakai

Aseraggodes albidus

Sole

Aseraggodes beauforti

Aseraggodes borehami

Aseraggodes brevirostris

Aseraggodes chapleaui

Aseraggodes corymbus

Aseraggodes cyclurus

Aseraggodes diringeri

Aseraggodes dubius

Aseraggodes filiger

Aseraggodes firmisquamis

Aseraggodes guttulatus

Herre's sole

Aseraggodes jenny

Reticulate sole

Aseraggodes kimurai

Tailed sole

Aseraggodes lateralis

Aseraggodes lenisquamis

Aseraggodes longipinnis

Narrowbanded sole

Aseraggodes matsuurai

Aseraggodes nigrocirratus

Aseraggodes normani

Aseraggodes ocellatus

Ocellated sole

Aseraggodes ramsaii

Aseraggodes sinusarabici

Aseraggodes steinitzi

Aseraggodes therese

Aseraggodes umbratilis

Dwarf sole

Cocos Island flounder

Kamchatka flounder - {

Arrowtooth flounder - Arrowtooth flounder are members of the family Pleuronectidae, the right-eyed flounders.

Mud sole

Banded-fin flounder - The banded-fin flounder or spotted flounder, Azygopus pinnifasciatus, is a righteye flounder, the only species in the genus Azygopus, found around the Indo-West Pacific Oceans, including southern Australia and New Zealand, on the continental slope at depths of between 120 and 900 m.

Bothus assimilis

Pacific eyed flounder

Bothus ellipticus

Guinean flounder

Pacific leopard flounder

Mottled flounder

St. Helena flounder

Oval flounder

Wide-eyed flounder

Spottail flounder - The twospot flounder, Bothus robinsi, is a species of fish in the Bothidae family.

Bothus swio

Bothus tricirrhitus

Brachirus aenea

Annular sole

Dusky sole

Brachirus dicholepis

Mekong blind sole

Brachirus harmandi

Frill-mouth sole

Brachirus macrolepis

Tufted sole

Black sole

Pan sole

Brachirus panoides

Brachirus siamensis

One-eyed sole

Brachirus swinhonis

Yellow-dabbled flounder

Yellow sole - The solenette or yellow sole, Buglossidium luteum, is a species of flatfish in the family Soleidae, and the only member of its genus.

Catathyridium garmani

Catathyridium grandirivi

Catathyridium jenynsii

Catathyridium lorentzii

Cephalopsetta ventrocellatus - It is native to the Indian Ocean, from the Gulf of Oman in the west to the Andaman Sea in the east.

Veracruz whiff

Citharichthys amblybregmatus

Gulf Stream flounder

Sand whiff

Gulf sanddab - It is a demersal marine fish that lives in tropical waters, inhabiting sandy bottoms at depths between 18 and 347 metres .

Bigmouth sanddab

Citharichthys gnathus

Mimic sandab - It is a demersal fish that lives in sandy or muddy bottoms of tropical waters, at depths of between 73 and 146 metres .

Anglefin whiff

Five-rayed sanddab

Citharichthys minutus

Small sandab - It is a demersal marine fish that lives in tropical waters, inhabiting sandy bottoms at depths between 11 and 54 metres .

Pacific sanddab - The Pacific sanddab is endemic to the northern Pacific Ocean, from the Sea of Japan to the coast of California.

Bay whiff

Smooth flounder

Speckled sanddab - It is a much smaller cousin of the Pacific sanddab, growing to a maximum of 17 cm in length.

Citharichthys surinamensis

Flounder

Citharichthys valdezi

Longfin sanddab

Large-scale flounder

Spotted flounder

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Roughscale sole - The roughscale sole's diet consists of zoobenthos organisms such as marine invertebrates and fish.

New Zealand brill - The New Zealand brill is a righteyed flounder and so has both its eyes on the right-hand side of its body.

Turbot - The New Zealand turbot, Colistium nudipinnis, is a righteye flounder of the subfamily Rhombosoleinae in the family Pleuronectidae, found around New Zealand in shallow enclosed waters.

Blue flounder

Lord Howe Island flounder

Crossorhombus kanekonis

Mexican flounder

Cyclopsetta decussata

God's flounder

Toothed flounder

Three-lined tongue sole - Cynoglossus abbreviatus, commonly known as the Three-lined tongue sole is a species of tonguefish.

Natal tongue-fish - Cynoglossus acaudatus, commonly known as the Natal tongue fish is a species of tonguefish.

Largescale tonguesole - The eyed side of the fish is uniform brown, with a dark patch on the gill cover, and its blind side is white.

Fourline tonguesole - Cynoglossus attenuatus, commonly known as the Fourline tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Fourlined tonguesole - Cynoglossus bilineatus, commonly known as the Fourlined tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Southern tonguesole - Cynoglossus broadhursti, commonly known as the Southern tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Nigerian tonguesole - Cynoglossus browni, commonly known as the Nigerian tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Ghanian tonguesole - Cynoglossus cadenati, commonly known as the Ghanaian tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Canary tonguesole - Cynoglossus canariensis, commonly known as the Canary tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Roundhead tonguesole - Cynoglossus dispar, commonly known as the Roundhead tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Long tongue sole

Carrot tonguesole - Cynoglossus dubius, commonly known as the Carrot tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Durban tonguesole - Cynoglossus durbanensis, commonly known as the Durban tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Ripplefin tonguesole - Cynoglossus gilchristi, commonly known as the Ripplefin tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Cynoglossus gracilis

Freshwater tongue sole

Cynoglossus itinus

Akashitabirame

Cynoglossus kapuasensis

Lachner's tonguesole

Cynoglossus lighti

Cynoglossus lineolatus

Largescaled tonguesole

Big-eyed tongue-sole

Cynoglossus maculipinnis

Threeline tonguesole

Cynoglossus melampetalus

Smallscale tonguesole

Guinean tonguesole

Cynoglossus monopus

Cynoglossus nigropinnatus

Cynoglossus ochiaii

Cynoglossus ogilbyi

Cynoglossus pottii

Speckled tonguesole - Cynoglossus puncticeps, commonly known as the Speckled tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.

Cynoglossus purpureomaculatus

Robust tonguefish

Cynoglossus roulei

Cynoglossus sealarki

Tongue sole

Cynoglossus sibogae

Cynoglossus sinusarabici

Macau sole

Cynoglossus waandersii

Zanzibar tonguesole

Dagetichthys lakdoensis

Migigarei - The fish is named after Rikuzen Province, an old province of Japan.

Wedge sole

Ocellated wedge sole

Speckled-tail flounder

Spiny flounder

Engyprosopon annulatus

Engyprosopon arenicola

Bellona flounder

Bleeker's flounder

Engyprosopon filimanus

Engyprosopon filipennis

Engyprosopon hawaiiensis

Hureau's flounder

Engyprosopon kushimotoensis

Engyprosopon latifrons

Engyprosopon longipelvis

Long pectoral fin flounder

Engyprosopon macrolepis

Olive wide-eyed flounder

Engyprosopon marquisensis

Engyprosopon mogkii

Engyprosopon mozambiquensis

Engyprosopon multisquama

Natal flounder

Engyprosopon obliquioculatum

Engyprosopon osculus

Engyprosopon raoulensis

Engyprosopon regani

Engyprosopon sechellensis

Seven pelvic ray flounder

Engyprosopon vanuatuensis

Engyprosopon xenandrus

Tail-spots flounder

Roundnose flounder

Brill - Petrale sole is an important commercial fish, caught all along the West Coast of the United States and Canada and into the Bering Sea, almost exclusively by trawler.

Fringed flounder

Shelf flounder

Delsman's flounder

Sole flounder

Etropus intermedius

Etropus longimanus

Smallmouth flounder

Peruvian flounder

Gray flounder - It is a demersal fish that lives in sub-tropical waters, at depths between 7 and 180 metres .

Shrimp flounder - The shrimp flounder grows to a maximum of 25 cm in length, and like other large-tooth flounders has both eyes on the left side of the head.

Witch - The species lives on soft bottoms between 45 and 1460 m and prefers temperatures of 2–6 ºC.

Blackfin flounder - The blackfin flounder's diet consists of benthos invertebrates such as crustaceans, molluscs and worms.

Witch - The rex sole is a right-eyed flounder with an elongate, oval-shaped body and a small mouth.

Krempf's flounder

Pennant flounder

Three-spot flounder

Zebra sole

Naked sole

Fringed sole

Cape sole

Hook-nosed sole

Bamboo sole

Heteromycteris matsubarai

Eyed sole

True sole

Spotted flounder

Bigeye flounder

Hippoglossina montemaris

Hippoglossina mystacium

Fourspot flounder

Bigmouth flounder

Fourspot flounder

Akagarei - The flathead flounder spawning season is from February to April, and spawning takes place at depths of 180 and 200 metres .

Cigarette paper - The flathead sole is a right-eyed flounder with an oval-shaped body.

American dab - American plaice may be an intermediate host for the nematode parasite Otostrongylus circumlitis, which is a lungworm of seals, primarily affecting animals less than 1 yr of age.

Bering flounder - The Bering flounder, Hippoglossoides robustus, is a flatfish of the family Pleuronectidae.

Pacific halibut - Directed commercial fisheries usually use longline gear but halibut are also caught along with many other bottom-dwelling fish by trawlers.

Hypoclinemus mentalis

Diamond turbot - The diamond turbot feeds almost entirely during daylight, and its diet consists of benthos invertebrates such as polychaetes, molluscs and shrimps.

Hypsopsetta macrocephala - Hypsopsetta macrocephala is a flatfish of the family Pleuronectidae.

Butter sole - The butter sole is a right-eyed flounder with an oval-shaped body.

Ishigarei

G

Laeops macrophthalmus

Laeops nigrescens

Blackspotted flounder

Small headed flounder

Laeops tungkongensis

Asabakarei - The dusky sole, Lepidopsetta mochigarei, is a flatfish of the family Pleuronectidae.

Northern rock sole - Prior to 2000 the Northern rock sole and the rock sole, Lepidopsetta bilineata, were considered to be a single species under the genus Lepidopsetta, but work by Orr & Matarese published in 2000 reorganised the genus into three separate taxa.

Fourspotted megrim

Carpet sole

Liachirus whitleyi

Northern sole

Rusty flounder - The yellowtail flounder is a species of fish in the Pleuronectidae family.

Longhead dab

Dab

Sakhalin sole

Christmas flounder

Arctic flounder

Smooth flounder

Crested flounder - The crested flounder, Lophonectes gallus, is a lefteye flounder of the genus Lophonectes, found around south eastern Australia, and New Zealand in waters less than 240 m in depth.

Lophonectes mongonuiensis

Antarctic armless flounder

Comb flounder

Marleyella maldivensis

Lusitanian sole

Frechkop's sole

Foureyed sole

Bastard sole

Bastard sole

Banded sole

Babagarei - The diet of the slime flounder consists mainly of zoobenthos organisms such as polychaetes and crabs.

Lemon fish - It is a popular food fish.

Dover sole - Dover sole can live for 45 years.

Whiskered sole

Monochirus trichodactylus

Slim flounder

Asaedae flounder

Acapulco flounder

Monolene megalepis

Large-scale righteye flounder

Small-mouth righteye flounder

Nematops nanosquama

Remo flounder - The Remo flounder is a righteyed flounder and so has both its eyes on the right-hand side of its body.

Parabothus amaokai

Parabothus budkeri

Parabothus chlorospilus

Parabothus malhensis

Manyscaled flounder

Parabothus

Paradicula setifer

Peppered flounder - The peppered flounder is a right-eyed flounder with an oval-shaped body.

Fine flounder - It is a medium sized flatfish, growing up to 70 cm in length, with females typically being larger than males.

Cortez flounder

Gulf flounder

Brazilian flounder

California flounder - A top level predator that hunts by stealth, it is prized by fishermen as great table fare.

Paralichthys coeruleosticta

Paralichthys delfini

Summer flounder - Occurring in the western Atlantic from Maine to South Carolina, possibly further south where the Summer Flounder may mix and be confused with its close relative the Southern Flounder which lacks the eye-like spots of the summer flounder.

Paralichthys fernandezianus

Paralichthys hilgendorfii

Paralichthys isosceles

Flounder

Paralichthys microps

Bastard halibut - It is often referred to as the Japanese flatfish or Korea flatfish when mentioned in the context of those countries.

Paralichthys orbignyanus

Patagonian flounder

Paralichthys schmitti

Broad flounder

Paralichthys triocellatus

Speckled flounder

Doublelined tonguesole

Bloch's tonguesole

Spotted tonguesole

Kuroshinoshita

Long-snouted tongue sole - Cynoglossus abbreviatus, commonly known as the Three-lined tongue sole is a species of tonguefish.

Dusky tongue sole

Piebald sole

Southern peacock sole

Persian carpet sole

Estuary sole

English sole - English sole is an important commercial fish, primarily caught off Washington, Oregon and California.

Cadenat's sole

French sole

Cyclope sole

New Zealand lemon sole - The southern lemon sole, Pelotretis flavilatus, is a righteye flounder, the only species in the genus Pelotretis, found around New Zealand in enclosed waters such as estuaries, harbours, mudflats, and sandflats, in waters less than 385 m in depth.

Speckled sole - The speckled sole, Peltorhamphus latus, is a righteye flounder of the family Pleuronectidae, found around New Zealand and Norfolk Island in enclosed waters less than 55 m in depth.

New Zealand sole - The New Zealand sole or common sole, Peltorhamphus novaezeelandiae, is a righteye flounder of the genus Peltorhamphus, found around New Zealand in shallow enclosed waters less than 100 m in depth.

Peltorhamphus tenuis - Peltorhamphus tenuis is a righteye flounder of the family Pleuronectidae, found only around New Zealand in enclosed waters less than 100 m in depth.

Striped-fin flounder

Spotted sole

Sharp-headed sole

Phyllichthys sejunctus

Tongue flatfish

European flounder - The European flounder is oval in shape and is usually right-eyed.

Flounder - The distinctive features of the starry flounder include the combination of black and white-to-orange bar on the dorsal and anal fins, as well as the skin covered with scales modified into tiny star-shaped plates or tubercles , resulting in a rough feel.

European plaice - Plaice are determinate spawners in which fecundity is determined before the onset of spawning.

Alaska plaice - Most commercial fisheries do not want to catch Alaska plaice; but many are caught by commercial trawlers trying to catch other bottom fish.

C-o sole - The C-O sole gets its name from the markings on its caudal fin: a crescent shape and a ring, which resemble a letter C and a letter O.

Ridged-eye flounder - In the UK the ridged-eye flounder is also known as the frog flounder; in Japan it is called meita garei, and in Korea it is known as to-da-ri.

Curlfin turbot

Ocellated turbot

Spotted turbot

Hornyhead turbot

Poecilopsetta normani

Poecilopsetta pectoralis

Tile-colored righteye flounder

Poecilopsetta zanzibarensis

Sand sole - The Pacific sand sole, Psettichthys melanostictus, is the only fish in the genus Psettichthys of the Pleuronectidae family.

Psettina brevirictis

Psettina filimana

Rough-scaled flounder

Psettina hainanensis

Psettina iijimae

Psettina multisquamea

Psettina profunda

Psettina senta

Psettina tosana

Psettina variegata

Spiny turbot

Pseudomancopsetta andriashevi

Winter flounder - The winter flounder, Pseudopleuronectes americanus, is a flatfish of the family Pleuronectidae.

Littlemouth flounder

Dark flounder

Sunagarei

Makogarei

Ringed flounder

Pseudorhombus binii

Pseudorhombus ctenosquamis

Four twin-spot flounder

Flatfish

Javan flounder

Natal flounders

Pseudorhombus oculocirris

Tamaganzobirame

Pseudorhombus polyspilos

Five-eyed flounder - Like the rest of the large-tooth flounders, it has both eyes on the left side of its head.

Pseudorhombus russellii

Spiny flounder

Pseudorhombus tenuirastrum

Three spotted flounders

Rendahlia jaubertensis

Rhinosolea microlepidota

Yellowbelly flounder - The yellowbelly flounder, Rhombosolea leporina, is a flatfish of the genus Rhombosolea, found around New Zealand.

Sand flounder - The New Zealand flounder, Rhombosolea plebeia, is a righteye flounder of the genus Rhombosolea, found around New Zealand in shallow waters down to depths of 100 m.

Black flounder - The black flounder, Rhombosolea retiaria, is a flatfish of the genus Rhombosolea, found around New Zealand in shallow enclosed waters and coastal freshwater lakes.

New Zealand greenback flounder - The greenback flounder, Rhombosolea tapirina, is a righteye flounder of the genus Rhombosolea, found around southern Australia and New Zealand.

Samaris costae

Cockatoo righteye flounder

Large-scale crested righteye flounder

Samariscus asanoi

Samariscus corallinus

Samariscus desoutterae

Samariscus filipectoralis

Huysman's righteye flounder

Samariscus inornatus

Crescent sole

Deep-body righteye flounder

Luzon righteye flounder

Large-mouth righteye flounder

Samariscus multiradiatus

Nielsen's righteye flounder

Sunier's righteye flounder

Samariscus xenicus

Brill

Flounder - The brill have slender bodies, brown with lighter and darker coloured flecks covering its body, excluding the tailfin; the underside of the fish is usually cream coloured or pinkish white.

Egyptian sole

Blackhand sole

Elongate sole

Lemon sole

Solea heinii

Solea humilis

Ovate sole

Stanaland's sole

Small-head sole

Banded-eye sole

Snakeskin sole

Soleichthys siammakuti

Banded sole

Beach flounder

Longfin flounder

Clearspot flounder

Chocolate tonguefish

Symphurus caribbeanus

Chabanaud's tonguefish

Offshore tonguefish

Banded tongue-fish

Symphurus fuscus

Gorgonian tonguefish

Symphurus insularis

Jenyn's tonguefish

Symphurus kyaropterygium

Lee's tonguefish

Elongate tonguesole

Symphurus lubbocki

Symphurus luzonensis

Symphurus macrophthalmus

Symphurus marmoratus

Drab tonguefish

Blackstripe tonguefish

Symphurus microrhynchus

Largescale tonguefish

Symphurus monostigmus

Tonguesole

Norman's tonguesole

Symphurus novemfasciatus

Symphurus ocellaris

Symphurus oculellus

Ocellated tonguefish

Pygmy tongue-sole

Longtail tonguefish

Halfstriped tonguefish

Symphurus reticulatus

Patchtail tonguefish

Symphurus tessellatus

Symphurus thermophilus - These fish were first observed in nature in 1988, and were provisionally assigned to the species Symphurus orientalis before being recognized as a new species.

Trewavas' tonguefish

Dark cheek tongue

Spottail tonguefish

Mottled tonguefish

William's tonguefish

Kaup's sole

Guinean sole

Commerson's sole

Synaptura lusitanica nigromaculata

White-margined sole

Synaptura megalepidoura

Black sole

Saltpan sole

Freshwater sole

Velvety sole

Lace sole

Ocellated flounder

Taeniopsetta radula

Willowy flounder

Derwent flounder - Although the Derwent flounder is listed as a minor component of the Tasmanian commercial flounder catch, its small size makes it undesirable, and any bycatch would probably be discarded.

Tarphops elegans

Tarphops oligolepis

Chinese brill - The Chinese brill, Tephrinectes sinensis, is a species of flatfish in the large-tooth flounder family, Paralichthyidae.

Thysanopsetta naresi - It is brownish in colour, mottled and spotted with darker patches.

Tosarhombus nielseni

Tosarhombus smithi

Caribbean flounder

Trichopsetta melasma

Sash flounder

Sash flounder

Fringed sole

Freshwater sole

Spottedfin sole

Scrawled sole

Hogchoker - Distinguished from other species by an inter-brachial septum lacking a foramen.

Trinectes microphthalmus

Spottedcheek sole

Slipper sole

Trinectes xanthurus

Typhlachirus caecus

African solenette

Barfin flounder

Hoshigarei - The Spotted halibut, Verasper variegatus, is a flatfish of the family Pleuronectidae.

Fantail flounder

Xystreurys rasile

Zebrias altipinnis

Zebrias annandalei

Convict zebra sole

Wicker work sole

Zebrias crossolepis

Many-banded sole

Seto sole

Zebrias keralensis

Zebrias lucapensis

Zebrias maculosus

Zebrias munroi

Duskybanded sole

Zebra sole

Many-band sole

Indian zebra sole

Zebra sole

Topknot

Bloch's topknot

Order Polypteriformes

Ropefish - The reedfish has a maximum total length of 90 centimetres but usually 40 cm in a fish tank.

Guinean bichir - Polypterus ansorgii, commonly called Guinean Bichir, is a bony fish from rivers and other freshwater habitats in Western Africa, ranging from Guinea-Bissau to Nigeria.

Polypterus bichir katangae

Bichir

Barred bichir - P.

Polypterus endlicheri congicus

West African bichir

Ornate bichir - P.

Polypterus palmas buettikoferi

Polypterus senegalus meridionalis

Polypterus teugelsi

Order Pristiophoriformes

Sixgill sawshark - The sixgill sawshark, Pliotrema warreni, the only member of the genus Pliotrema, is a sawshark of the family Pristiophoridae, found in the subtropical waters of the western Indian Ocean between latitudes 23° S and 37° S, at depths of between 60 and 430 m.

Japanese sawshark - The Japanese sawshark, Pristiophorus japonicus, is a sawshark of the family Pristiophoridae, found in the northwest Pacific Ocean around Japan, Korea, and northern China between latitudes 48°N and 22°N, from the surface to 500 m.

Shortnose saw shark - The shortnose sawshark has a length up to 1.

Order Rajiformes

Banded eagle ray - The banded eagle ray is a species of fish in the Myliobatidae family.

Tentacled butterfly ray

Southern thorny skate

Maiden ray - The length of its body and tail is generally slightly less than 1 meter and width is about half a meter.

Whiteleg skate

Short-snouted shovelnose ray

Eastern shovelnose ray - Aptychotrema Rostrata, common names Banjo Fish, Banks Shovelnose Ray, Common Shovelnosed Ray, Eastern Shovelnose Ray, Long-Snouted Shovelnose Ray, Southern Shovelnose Ray, Shovelnose Shark or simply Shovelnose Ray is a species of fish in the family Rhinobatidae.

Western shovelnose ray

Spotback skate - In 2010, Greenpeace International has added the spotback skate to its seafood red list.

Eyespot skate - The eyespot skate is a species of fish in the Arhynchobatidae family.

La Plata skate

Spotted ray - The White-dotted skate is a species of skate in the family Rajidae.

Bottom skate

Broadnose skate

Purple-black skate

Joined-fins skate

Dusky-pink skate

Eaton's skate

Mud skate

Kerguelen sandpaper skate

Bathyraja ishiharai

Commander skate

Slimtail skate - The slimtail skate is a species of fish in the Arhynchobatidae family.

Mccain's skate

Patagonian skate

Magellan skate

Dark-belly skate

Whitebrow skate

Multispine skate

Murray's skate

Notoro skate

Alaska skate

Cuphead skate

Hokkaido skate

Golden skate

Eremo skate

Bathyraja tunae

Blacknose skate

Sharpnose stingray - Prior to being scientifically described, D.

Short-tail stingray - The short-tail stingray is found on the continental shelf around South Africa , Mozambique, Australia

Rat-tailed stingray - The diamond stingray, Dasyatis dipterura, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.

Niger stingray - Prior to being scientifically described, D.

Sharpsnout stingray - Dutch ichthyologist Marinus Boeseman described the sharpsnout stingray in a 1948 issue of the scientific journal Zoologische Mededelingen, based on a juvenile male caught off Suriname with a disc length of 36 cm .

Giant stumptail stingray - The giant stumptail stingray, Dasyatis gigantea, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, known from only two specimens collected from the Peter the Great Bay in the Sea of Japan.

Longnose stingray - * ambiguous synonym

Izu stingray - The Izu stingray was described by Kiyonori Nishida and Kazuhiro Nakaya in a 1988 issue of the Japanese Journal of Ichthyology.

Yantai stingray - The Yantai stingray was described by Yuanting Chu in his 1960 Cartilaginous Fishes of China, based on specimens obtained from the Shanghai Fish Market, Dongfushan, and Huaniao.

Mekong stingray - The Mekong freshwater stingray was first recognized as a new species by Yasuhiko Taki, who included it as "Dasyatis sp.

Brown stingray - The brown stingray or broad stingray, Dasyatis lata , is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.

Daisy stingray - The daisy stingray, Dasyatis margarita, is a little-known species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in shallow coastal waters along the coast of West Africa.

Pearl stingray - Prior to being described by Leonard Compagno and Tyson Roberts, in a 1984 paper for the Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, the pearl stingray was generally lumped together with the daisy stingray in scientific literature, though its existence had been recognized since at least 1965.

Brazilian large-eyed stingray - The Brazilian large-eyed stingray, Dasyatis marianae, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.

Marbled stingray

Pitted stingray - Japanese ichthyologist Yasunori Miyosi described the pitted stingray in a 1939 issue of the Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan, based on a specimen collected from the Hyuga-nada Sea in eastern Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan.

Smalleye stingray - The smalleye stingray, Dasyatis microps, is a large species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, measuring up to 2.

Blackish stingray - The blackish stingray, Dasyatis navarrae, is a little-known species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in the northwestern Pacific Ocean off the coasts of mainland China and Taiwan.

Smalltooth stingray

Atlantic stingray - The Atlantic stingray, Dasyatis sabina, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, common along the Atlantic coast of North America from Chesapeake Bay to Mexico and also found in brackish and freshwater habitats.

Bluntnose stingray - The bluntnose stingray or Say's stingray is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, native to the coastal waters of the western Atlantic Ocean from the U.

Chinese stingray - The Chinese stingray, Dasyatis sinensis, is a little-known species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in the northwestern Pacific Ocean off the coasts of China and Korea.

Thorntail stingray - The thorntail stingray, black stingray, or longtail stingray, Dasyatis thetidis, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found off southern Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.

Tortonese's stingray

Cow stingray

Pale-edged stingray - The pale-edged stingray or sharpnose stingray, Dasyatis zugei, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in the Indian and Pacific Oceans from India to Indonesia and Japan.

Deepwater skate

Pale tropical skate

Sydney skate

Skate - The common skate can grow to 285 cm

Blackspot skate - The blackspot skate is a species of fish in the Rajidae family.

White-spotted skate

Ecuador skate

Dipturus flavirostris

Heald’s skate

New Zealand smooth skate - The New Zealand smooth skate, Dipturus innominatus, is a skate of the genus Dipturus, found around New Zealand at depths of between 15 and 1,300 m.

Kwangtung skate

Barn-door skate - After peaking in the 1950s, the population of the barndoor skate dramatically declined in the 1970s as a result of overfishing and is now listed as endangered by the World Conservation Union.

Thornback skate

Dipturus melanospilus

Dipturus mennii

Spreadfin skate

Slime skate

Queensland deepwater skate

Acutenose skate

Skate

Gulf of Mexico pygmy skate

Sharpnose guitarfish

Gymnura afuerae

Butterfly ray - The spiny butterfly ray or giant butterfly ray, Gymnura altavela, is a species of butterfly ray, family Gymnuridae, native to the shallow coastal waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Australian butterfly ray

Twin-spot butterfly ray

Longsnout butterfly ray

Gymnura crooki

Madeira butterfly ray

Japanese butterflyray

California butterfly ray - The California butterfly ray is a species of fish in the Gymnuridae family.

Backwater butterfly ray - The backwater butterfly ray, butterfly ray, diamond ray, or short-tailed ray is a species of fish in the Gymnuridae family.

Longtail butterfly ray - The longtail butterfly ray, Gymnura poecilura, is a species of butterfly ray, family Gymnuridae.

Freshwater whipray

Dragon stingray

Gangetic stingray

Hortle's whipray

Pointed-nose stingray - The pointed-nose stingray, Himantura jenkinsii, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.

Himantura kittipongi - The 24-inch wide kittipong lives at the bottom of rivers.

Marbled freshwater whip ray - The marbled freshwater whip ray, Himantura krempfi, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.

Smalleye whip ray

Marbled whipray - The marbled whipray, Himantura oxyrhyncha, is an extremely rare, little-known species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, native to several freshwater rivers in Southeast Asia.

Pacific chupare - The Pacific chupare or Pacific whiptail stingray, Himantura pacifica, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.

Himantura pareh

Round whip ray

Chupare stingray - The chupare stingray or Caribbean whiptail stingray, Himantura schmardae, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in the western Atlantic Ocean from the Gulf of Campeche to Brazil, including the Antilles.

Whitenose whip ray

Dwarf whipray

Velvet skate

Western round skate - Both species are unique amongst Australian skates in having a smooth, almost circular heart-shaped pectoral fin disc.

Cuckoo ray

Common skate

Freckled skate

Whitedappled skate

Sandy ray

Winter big skate

Yucatan skate

Krefft's ray

Bat eagle ray - Bat rays feed on mollusks, crustaceans and small fish on the seabed, using their winglike pectoral fins to move sand and expose prey animals.

Japanese eagle ray

Iberian pygmy skate

Plain maskray - The plain maskray, Neotrygon annotata, also known as the brown stingray , is a species of fish in the Dasyatidae family.

Painted maskray - The brown-reticulate stingray or painted maskray, Neotrygon leylandi, is a species of stingray, family Dasyatidae.

Blue skate

Eastern looseskin skate

Notoraja lira

Pale skate

Blotched skate

Sharpspine skate

Black sand skate

Ray

Ocellate spot skate

Bigeye skate

Okamejei mengae

Pita skate

Indian ringed skate

Browneye skate

Discus ray

Roughnose stingray - Peter Last, B.

Sandy skate - The Pavoraja arenaria is a species of fish in Rajidae family.

Mosaic skate - The Pavoraja mosaica is a species of fish in Rajidae family.

Peacock skate - The Pavoraja nitida is a species of fish in Rajidae family.

False peacock skate

Dusky skate - The Pavoraja umbrosa is a species of fish in Rajidae family.

Amoy fanray - Platyrhina species have rounded heart-shaped pectoral fin discs with short, blunt snouts.

Fanray - Platyrhina species have rounded heart-shaped pectoral fin discs with short, blunt snouts.

Thornback guitarfish - Phylogenetic studies show that Platyrhinoidis occupies a basal position within the Rhinobatidae relative to more derived genera, such as Rhinobatos and Trygonorrhina.

Long-tailed river stingray - Characteristic features are a long filiform tail, reduced eyes, and a low number of pectoral-fin radials.

Shorttailed river stingray

Blotched sand skate - The blotched sandskate is a species of fish in the Arhynchobatidae family.

Zipper sand skate

Freckled sand skate

Shortfin sand skate - The shortfin sandskate is a species of fish in the Arhynchobatidae family.

Smalltail sand skate

Smallthorn sand skate - The smallthorn sandskate is a species of fish in the Arhynchobatidae family.

Raspthorn sand skate

Rough eagle ray

Big skate - The big skate, Raja binoculata, is the largest species of skate, family Rajidae, in the waters off North America.

Finspot ray

Raja chinensis

Cortez' ray

Clear-nosed brier skate

Ecuatorial ray

Cape Verde skate

California ray

Korean skate

Small-eyed ray - The smalleyed ray is a species of fish in the Rajidae family.

Brown skate

Spotted homelyn ray

Speckled ray

Mottled skate - Raja is a genus of skates in the family Rajidae.

Rondelet's ray

Raja rouxi

Pacific starry skate

Roundel skate

Undulate painted ray - The Undulate ray features a round disc shaped head, and contains small prickles used for protection.

Velez ray

Sooty skate

Annandale's guitarfish

Blackchin guitarfish

Taiwan guitarfish - The Taiwan guitarfish is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family.

Speckled guitarfish

Slender guitarfish

Brazilian guitarfish - The Brazilian guitarfish is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family.

Angel fish - The ringstraked guitarfish is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family.

Spineback guitarfish

Whitesnout guitarfish

Grayspottted guitarfish

Norman's shovelnose ray

Smalleyed guitarfish

Rhinobatos nudidorsalis - The bareback shovelnose ray or nakedback guitarfish is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family.

Widenose guitarfish - The widenose guitarfish is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family.

Speckled guitarfish

Madagascar guitarfish

Pacific guitarfish - The flathead guitarfish or pacific guitarfish is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family.

Gogona guitarfish

Guitarfish

Yellow guitarfish

Spiny guitarfish

Shaw's shovelnose guitar fish

Zanzibar guitarfish

Ticon cownose ray - Males tend to range in size from 78 to 91 cm disc width with a brown back and white or light yellow belly.

White-bellied softnose skate

White-spotted shovelnose ray - The white-spotted guitarfish or white-spotted wedgefish is a species of fish in the Rhynchobatidae family.

Smooth nose wedgefish - The smoothnose wedgefish is a species of fish in the Rhynchobatidae family.

African wedgefish

Eyebrow wedgefish

Rio skate

Bordered ray - The bottlenose skate, spearnose skate, or white skate, Rostroraja alba, is a species of skate in the family Rajidae, and the sole member of its genus.

Western Australian Legskate

Blue Legskate

Eastern Australian legskate

Bignose fanskate - The bignose fanskate is a species of fish in the Arhynchobatidae family.

Smallnose fanskate

Shorttail fanskate

Filetail fanskate - The filetail fanskate is a species of fish in the Arhynchobatidae family.

Round stingray - The round fantail stingray or round stingray, Taeniura grabata, is a poorly known species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.

Tarsistes philippii - The original specimen was assigned to the genus Rhynchobatis without a species name by Philippi in 1858; David Starr Jordan considered that name occupied and coined the new scientific name Tarsistes philippii for it in 1919.

Western shovelnose stingaree - The bebil, kejetuck, western shovelnose stingaree, or western stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.

Masked stingaree - The masked stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.

Stingaree - The common stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.

Southern fiddler - The flattened pectoral fin discs of fiddler rays are shorter and more rounded than that of other guitarfishes.

Magpie fiddler ray - The flattened pectoral fin discs of fiddler rays are shorter and more rounded than that of other guitarfishes.

Bull's-eye stingray

Haller's round ray - The round stingray or Haller's round ray, Urobatis halleri, is a species of round ray, family Urolophidae, found in the coastal waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean.

Cortez round stingray

Chilean round stingray - The Chilean round stingray, Urobatis marmoratus, is a species of round ray, family Urolophidae.

Tumbes round stingray - The Tumbes round stingray, Urobatis tumbesensis, is a little-known species of round ray, family Urolophidae, known only from two immature male specimens collected from estuarine waters at depths of 1-2 meters, and a third specimen collected in 2006 near mangroves.

Thorny freshwater stingray - The pincushion ray or thorny freshwater stingray, Urogymnus ukpam, is a little-known species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in the rivers and lakes of West Africa.

Black-spotted stingree

Sandyback stingaree - The great stingaree or sandyback stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.

Circular stingaree - The circular stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.

Patchwork stingaree - The patchwork stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.

Spotted stingaree

Java stingaree - Family Urolophidae: Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans.

Lobed stingaree - The lobed stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.

Coastal stingaree - As with more common rays, the body of this species is flat and disc-shaped, with pectoral fins that broadly expanded and fixed with the head and trunk.

Sparsely-spotted stingaree - The dixons stingaree, sparsely-spotted stingaree, or white-spotted stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.

Yellowback stingaree - This species attains a maximum length of 42 cm .

Greenback stingaree - The greenback stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.

Brown stingaree - The brown stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.

Spiny-tail round ray

Stingray

Chilean round ray - The thorny round stingray is a species of fish in the Urotrygonidae family.

Urotrygon cimar

Smalleyed round stingray

Munda round ray

Dwarf round ray

Peruvian stingray

Reticulate round ray

Rogers' round ray

Stingray

Fake round ray

Venezuela round stingray

Striped panray

Lesser guitarfish - The shortnose guitarfish is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family.

Barn-door skate

Rough skate

Order Salmoniformes

Acantholingua ohridana - Acantholingua ohridana is a species of fish in the Salmonidae family.

European whitefish - Coregonus baicalensis is a species of freshwater whitefish in the family Salmonidae.

Bloater - The bloater is a species of freshwater whitefish in the family Salmonidae.

Deepwater cisco - The last specimens of deepwater ciscoes were recorded in Lake Huron in 1952 and Lake Michigan in 1951.

Coregonus lucidus

Lacustrine fluvial whitefish

Arctic cisco - The omul has traditionally been regarded as a subspecies of the Arctic cisco Coregonus autumnalis.

Large Bottom Whitefish - The broad whitefish is a freshwater whitefish species.

Blackfin cisco - It is a dark silvery color, with a dark green to black back, and pink or purple on the sides; the outer half of the fins is black.

Coregonus nilssoni

Houting - 'Houtings' were said to be surviving in Denmark.

Coregonus pallasii

Northern whitefish - The peled, also called the northern whitefish , is a species of freshwater whitefish in the Salmonidae family.

Bottom Whitefish - The humpback whitefish, also known as the bottom whitefish, is a species of fish in the Salmonidae family.

Chub - Reaching a maximum recorded length of 36 cm and a maximum recorded weight of 540 g , the shortnose cisco is distinguished from the other whitefishes by its thicker body , short head , and small eye.

Coregonus subautumnalis

Lena tugun

Chub - Once common throughout the upper Laurentian Great Lakes it is no longer found in Lake Michigan and populations are much lower in Lake Huron than in the past.

California golden trout - The golden trout has nothing but golden flanks with a red, horizontal band along the lateral line and 10 dark oval marks, called "parr marks", on each side.

Arizona trout - The Apache trout measures in length from 6 to 24 inches , and weighs between 6 ounces and 6 pounds .

Colorado River cutthroat trout - The cutthroat trout is a species of freshwater fish in the salmon family of order Salmoniformes.

Gila trout - The gila trout is native to tributaries of the Gila River in Arizona and New Mexico.

Humpie - In the ocean, pink salmon are bright silver fish.

Iwame trout - Oncorhynchus iwame Kimura & Nakamura, 1961

Coho salmon - During their ocean phase, Coho have silver sides and dark blue backs.

Cherry salmon - This fish prefers a temperate climate, around the area of 65° N - 58° N, and in the sea, it prefers a depth range of 0 - 200 m.

Bear Lake whitefish - In appearance it is very similar to the closely related Bonneville whitefish P.

Frost fish - While it was once common, numbers have been decreasing in the last century due to a number of possible causes.

Salmon - Salmo aphelios is a species of fish in the Salmonidae family.

Salmon - Salmo balcanicus is a species of fish in the Salmonidae family.

Carpione del Garda - Salmo carpio is a fish endemic to Lake Garda, in Italy.

Salmon

Sevan trout - It is endangered, because various competitors have been introduced into the lake during the Soviet period, including common whitefish from Lake Ladoga, goldfish and crayfish .

Black Sea salmon - The Black Sea Salmon is a fairly small species of salmon, at about 20 inches on average and rarely reaching over 30.

Salmon - Salmo lumi is a species of fish in the Salmonidae family.

Salmon - Adding to the confusion of salmonid taxonomy, there are other trout with marble pattern beside Salmo marmoratus.

Salmon

Salmon - Salmo peristericus is a species of fish in the Salmonidae family.

Salmon

Salmon - Gillaroo is derived from the Irish for Red Fellow ; this is due to the fish's distinctive colouring.

Aral trout

Amu-darya trout

Aurora trout - The brook trout is native to small streams, creeks, lakes, and spring ponds.

Southern Dolly Varden - The subspecies S.

Long-finned charr - Salvethymus svetovidovi, also called the long-finned charr, is a species of salmonid fish.

Connie - The fish has a large mouth with a protruding lower jaw and a high and pointed dorsal fin.

Order Scorpaeniformes

Acanthosphex leurynnis

Sandpaper fish

Warty prowfish

Agonomalus jordani

Kelp poacher

Agonomalus proboscidalis

Agonopsis asperoculis

Snailfish

Southern spearnose poacher

Window-tailed sea-poacher

Hooknose

Alcichthys alcicornis

Alcichthys elongatus

Ambiserrula jugosa

Pale toadfish - The pale toadfish, Ambophthalmos angustus, is a fathead of the family Psychrolutidae, found on the continental shelf around New Zealand, between 250 and 1,000 metres.

Ambophthalmos magnicirrus - The frilled toadfish, Ambophthalmos magnicirrus, is a fathead of the family Psychrolutidae, found on the continental shelf around New Zealand's Macquarie Island.

Andriyashev largeheaded sculpin

Smooth poacher

Anoplagonus occidentalis

Antipodocottus elegans

Antipodocottus galatheae - Antipodocottus galatheae is a sculpin of the family Cottidae, found on the continental shelf around New Zealand.

Antipodocottus mesembrinus

Short-armed waspfish

Bullrout

Aploactis aspera

Scaled sculpin

Plumed sculpin

Argyrocottus zanderi

Artedielloides auriculatus

Artediellus aporosus

Atlantic hookear

Artediellus camchaticus

Gomojunov's hookear sculpin

Artediellus ingens

Artediellus miacanthus

Artediellus minor

Artediellus neyelovi

Okhotsk hookear sculpin

Hookhorn sculpin

Rough hookear sculpin

Artediellus schmidti

Arctic sculpin

Coralline sculpin

Padded sculpin

Plumose sculpin

Round-nosed sculpin

Bonehead sculpin

Rosylip sculpin

Aleutian alligatorfish

Atlantic alligatorfish

Red gurnard

Astrocottus matsubarae

Astrocottus oyamai

Astrocottus regulus

Atopocottus tribranchius

Gray starsnout poacher

Spinycheek starsnout

Blackfin starsnout poacher

Bigeye starsnout poacher

Bathyaploactis ornatissima

Bighead sculpin

Batrachocottus multiradiatus

Batrachocottus talievi

Shortfin searobin

Streamer searobin

Bellator farrago

Naked-belly searobin

Barred searobin

Horned searobin - Bellator militaris is a species of fish in the Triglidae family.

Bellator ribeiroi

Splitnose searobin

Bembras adenensis

Red flathead

Bembras longipinnis

Bembras macrolepis

Bembras megacephala

Bero elegans

Bero zanclus

Crested sculpin

Silver spot

Bothragonus occidentalis

Rockhead

Brachyopsis segaliensis

Pygmy lionfish - Brachypterois serrulata is a marine fish that is a member of the genus Brachypterois.

Comic snailfish

Careproctus crozetensis

Careproctus dubius

Careproctus falklandicus

Mischievous snailfish

Careproctus georgianus

Kido's snailfish

Careproctus minimus

Careproctus pallidus

Spectral snailfish

Scotian snailfish

Careproctus rastrinoides

Careproctus rotundifrons

Peachskin snailfish

Careproctus telescopus

Cape gurnard

Gabon gurnard

Chelidonichthys ischyrus

Tub gurnard

Longfin gurnard

Lesser gurnard

Cheroscorpaena tridactyla

Warty poacher

Roughback sculpin

Lined stingfish

Orangebanded stingfish

Threestick stingfish

Choridactylus striatus

Sharpnose sculpin

Woolly sculpin

Mossy sculpin

Globe-headed sculpin

Bald sculpin

Smooth-skin scorpionfish

Cociella heemstrai

Cociella hutchinsi

Cociella somaliensis

Cocotropus altipinnis

Cocotropus dermacanthus

Cocotropus echinatus

Cocotropus keramaensis

Cocotropus masudai

Roughskin scorpionfish

Cocotropus possi

Cocotropus richeri

Cocotropus roseomaculatus

Cocotropus roseus

Cocotropus steinitzi

Southern pigfish - The southern pigfish, Congiopodus leucopaecilus, is a pigfish, of the genus Congiopodus, found around southern Australia, and New Zealand, at depths of up to 100 metres .

Horsefish

Spinenose horsefish

Smooth horsefish

Marbled stingfish

Cottiusculus gonez

Cottiusculus schmidti

Bonyskull toadfish

Sakhalin sculpin

Rough sculpin

Black sculpin

Blob - As the name suggests, its coloration is a combination of bars, spots, and speckles randomly distributed.

Paiute sculpin

Blue Ridge sculpin

Banded sculpin

Northern sculpin

Cherskii's sculpin

Utah Lake sculpin - The Utah Lake sculpin was a benthic species , invertebrates constituting its major source of food.

Bear Lake sculpin - The Bear Lake sculpin is a benthic fish and feeds on invertebrates.

Shoshone sculpin

Cottus hangiongensis

Ozark sculpin

Cottus kanawhae

Fourspine sculpin

Marbled sculpin

Wood River sculpin

Margined sculpin

Tubenose sculpin

Cottus nozawae

Pygmy sculpin - The pygmy sculpin, Cottus paulus, is a species of fish in the Cottidae family.

Cottus petiti - Cottus petiti, also known as Chabot Du Lez in french.

Pit sculpin

Japanese fluvial sculpin

Klamath Lake sculpin

Cottus reinii

Rice's sculpin

Turkestan sculpin

Slender sculpin

Cottus volki

Crystallias matsushimae

Crystallichthys mirabilis

Cyclopsis tentacularis

Cyclopteropsis bergi

Cyclopteropsis brashnikowi

Bumpy lumpsucker

Smooth lumpfish

Cyclopteropsis lindbergi

Arctic lumpsucker

Cyclopteropsis popovi

Fringe-eyed flathead

Spiny flathead

Flying gurnard

Spotwing flying gurnard - Despite its name, the spotwing flying gurnard is not related to the true flyingfish; these are in the family Exocoetidae, order Beloniformes.

Rufous flying gurnard

Starry flying gurnard

Daruma sagamia

Dasycottus japonicus

Spinyhead sculpin

Bricked firefish

Ebinania australiae

Ebinania brephocephala

Bleeker's lionfish

Ebosia falcata

Buffalo sculpin

Antlered sculpin

Leister sculpin

Bull sculpin

Dark-finned velvetfish

Erisphex philippinus

Spotted velvetfish

Erisphex simplex

Eschmeyer nexus

Siberian lumpsucker

Papillose lumpsucker

Leatherfin lumpsucker

Eggvin lumpsucker

Eumicrotremus fedorovi

Alaskan lumpsucker

Eumicrotremus pacificus

Toad lumpsucker

Eumicrotremus schmidti

Spinous lumpfish

Eumicrotremus taranetzi

Eumicrotremus tartaricus

Papillose flathead

Smooth-cheek sculpin

Grey gurnard

Freemanichthys thompsoni

Ishikawa's sculpin

Gilbertidia dolganovi

Gilbertidia ochotensis

Gilbertidia pustulosa

Red velvetfish - This fish is red all over, and instead of scales, its skin is covered with small tubercles, hence its name.

Grammoplites knappi

Spotfin flathead

South Australian cobbler - This species lies motionless through the day, becoming active at night, when the smaller ones eat shrimp and crabs, while the larger cobblers eat other fish.

Purplegray sculpin

Armorhead sculpin

Gymnocanthus herzensteini

Gymnocanthus intermedius

Thread sculpin

Arctic staghorn sculpin

Gymnocanthus vandesandei

Hilgendorf's saucord

Helicolenus lahillei

Helicolenus mouchezi

Red gurnard perch - The red gurnard perch or jock stewart, Helicolenus percoides, is a rockfish of the family Sebastidae, found on the continental shelves of Australia and New Zealand at depths of between 50 and 750 m.

Gilbert's Irish Lord

Yellow irish lord

Butterfly sculpin

Brown irish lord

Longfin irish lord

Bigmouth sculpin

Sea raven

Hexagrammos agrammus

Kelp greenling

Greenling - The fish is maroon, with blue spot that fade to bright red.

Greenling

Fat greenling

Greenling

Spiny flathead

Hoplichthys citrinus

Hoplichthys fasciatus

Hoplichthys filamentosus

Gilbert's spiny flathead

Hoplichthys langsdorfii

Ogilby's spiny flathead

Hoplichthys pectoralis

Flower scorpionfish - Hoplosebastes armatus is a species of marine fish, the only species in the genus Hoplosebastes.

Hozukius emblemarius

Hypsagonus corniger

Fourhorn poacher

Comb sculpin

Dusky sculpin

Pit-head sculpin

Filamented sculpin

Frogmouth sculpin

Icelinus japonicus

Icelinus pietschi

Yellowchin sculpin

Lesser filamented sculpin

Twohorn sculpin - Spawning apparently occurs from August to October.

Blacknose sculpin

Icelus cataphractus

Icelus gilberti

Icelus ochotensis

Icelus perminovi

Spatulate sculpin

Thorny sculpin

Icelus stenosomus

Spot eye flathead

Harris's flathead

Japanese flathead

Inimicus brachyrhynchus

Inimicus cuvieri

Inimicus gruzovi

Inimicus japonicus

Inimicus joubini

Inimicus smirnovi

Kanekonia florida

Kanekonia pelta

Deep velvetfish

Spiny flathead

Lavender sculpin

Baunt sand sculpin

Lepidobero sinensis

Abyssal searobin

Forksnout searobin

Gurnard

Lepidotrigla argyrosoma

Twohorn gurnard

Scaly gurnard - The scaly gurnard, Lepidotrigla brachyoptera, is a searobin of the family Triglidae, found around New Zealand including the Kermadec Islands, at depths of between 35 and 300 m.

Long-finned gurnard

Carol's gurnard

Large-scaled gurnard

Lepidotrigla deasoni

Spiny gurnard

Lepidotrigla eydouxii

Scalybreast gurnard

Redbanded searobin

Lepidotrigla hime

Longwing searobin

Lepidotrigla jimjoebob

Lepidotrigla kanagashira

Devil searobin

Lepidotrigla lepidojugulata

Lepidotrigla longifaciata

Lepidotrigla longimana

Lepidotrigla longipinnis

Lepidotrigla macrobrachia

Lepidotrigla marisinensis

Red-whiskered bulbul

Grooved gurnard

Rough-snouted gurnard

Oman gurnard

Southern spiny gurnard

Eastern spiny gurnard

Lepidotrigla punctipectoralis

Lepidotrigla robinsi

Lepidotrigla russelli

Lepidotrigla sayademalha

Lepidotrigla spinosa

Lepidotrigla umbrosa

Butterfly gurnard

Lepidotrigla vaubani

Lepidotrigla venusta

Atlantic sea poacher

Pacific staghorn sculpin - Staghorn sculpins are slender fish, with a grayish olive above, pale creamy yellow sides, and a white belly.

Lethotremus awae

Docked snailfish

Liparis adiastolus

Liparis alboventer

Liparis antarcticus

Atlantic snailfish

Liparis bikunin

Liparis brashnikovi

Bristol snailfish

Liparis burkei

Pallas's liparid

Purity snailfish

Liparis chefuensis

Gulf snailfish

Liparis curilensis

G

Denny's liparid

Okhotsk snailfish

Liparis dulkeiti

Liparis eos

Liparis fishelsoni

Shore liparid

Liparis frenatus

Juan de Fuca liparid

Varigated snailfish

Liparis grebnitzkii

Green's liparid

Inquiline snailfish

Liparis kussakini

Sea-snail

Festive snailfish

Liparis mednius

Bighead snailfish

Thumbtack snailfish

Liparis miostomus

Montagus seasnail

Slimy snailfish

Liparis newmani

Liparis owstoni

Liparis petschiliensis

Liparis pravdini

Continuous-finned liparid

Liparis punctatus

Liparis punctulatus

Liparis rhodosoma

Liparis rotundirostris

Shantar snailfish

Liparis schmidti

Tanaka's snailfish

Liparis tartaricus

Liparis tessellatus

Liparis tunicatiformis

Greenland seasnail

Malacocottus gibber

Matsubarichthys inusitatus

Southern gurnard perch

Maxillicosta raoulensis

Maxillicosta reticulata

Little scorpionfish

Whitley's scorpionfish

Southern flathead sculpin

Norway bullhead

Microcottus matuaensis

Brightbelly sculpin

Minous andriashevi

Onestick stingfish

Obliquebanded stingfish

Minous longimanus

Grey stingfish

Painted stinger

Dwarf stingfish

Whitetail goblinfish

Minous usachevi

Plumstriped waspfish

Little sculpin

Myoxocephalus brandtii

Myoxocephalus incitus

Plain sculpin

Myoxocephalus matsubarai

Warthead sculpin

Myoxocephalus ochotensis

Bullhead

Sculpin

Arctic sculpin

Bullhead - The Father Lasher is found among seaweed and stones on muddy or sandy seabeds.

Myoxocephalus sinensis

Deepwater sculpin - The deepwater sculpin is generally gray-brown with mottling on its head, back, and sides with a whitish underside.

Myoxocephalus tuberculatus

Myoxocephalus yesoensis

Sailor-fish

Eyeshade sculpin

Smallsail sculpin

Neocentropogon affinis

Neocentropogon japonicus

Neocentropogon profundus

Orange scorpionfish

Neomerinthe beanorum

Spinycheek scorpionfish

Neomerinthe megalepis

Neomerinthe pallidimacula

Neomerinthe procurva

Neomerinthe rufescens

Whiskered prowfish

Dark toadfish - The dark toadfish, Neophrynichthys latus, is a fathead of the family Psychrolutidae, found on the continental shelf around New Zealand.

Spotfin scorpionfish - Neoscorpaena nielseni is the only species of the genus Neoscorpaena of marine fish.

Johnson's gurnard perch

Long-snout gurnard perch

Ogasawara gurnard perch

Orangebanded gurnard perch

Thetis fish

Leaf goblinfish - Neovespicula depressifrons is the sole member of the member of the genus Neovespicula.

Camotillo

Kroki

Bering poacher

Occella iburia

Occella kasawae

Occella kuronumai

Stoutspine waspfish

Ocosia fasciata

Ocosia possi

Ocosia ramaraoi

Ocosia spinosa

Ocosia vespa

Polka dot waspfish

Ocynectes maschalis

Ocynectes modestus

Pygmy poacher

Oligocottus latifrons

Tidepool sculpin

Prickly sculpin

Rosy sculpin

Fluffy sculpin

Onigocia grandisquamis

Notched flathead

Onigocia pedimacula

Devil flathead

Blue cod - It is native to the North American west coast from Shumagin Islands in the Gulf of Alaska to Baja California, Mexico.

Snubnose sculpin - The snubnose sculpin reaches a maximum size of 10 cm.

Convict fish - The painted greenling, Oxylebius pictus, is a marine fish native to the eastern Pacific Ocean.

Tubesnout poacher

Parabembras curtus

Paraliparis acutidens

Paraliparis entochloris

Paraliparis kocki

Paraliparis mexicanus

Paraliparis porcus

Paraliparis wolffi

Paraploactis hongkongiensis

Paraploactis intonsa

Kagoshima velvetfish

Paraploactis obbesi

Paraploactis pulvinus

Manner velvetfish

Northern mossback

Blackfoot firefish - Currently, the genus Parapterois includes two valid species.

Banda scorpionfish

Thornback sculpin

Red indianfish

Peristedion altipinne

Peristedion amblygenys

Peristedion barbiger

African armoured searobin

Prickly searobin

Cortez searobin

Spineless sculpin

Phasmatocottus ctenopterygius

Phenacoscorpius eschmeyeri

Northern sand flathead

Toothy flathead

Sand flathead

Blue-spotted flathead

Platycephalus chauliodous

Deepwater flathead

Platycephalus cultellatus

Bar-tailed flathead

Black flathead - Flathead are notable for their unusual body shape, upon which their hunting strategy is based.

Rock flathead

Long-spined flathead

Marbled flathead

Platycephalus micracanthus

Tiger flathead

Atka mackerel - The primary population of the fish is found off of the Sea of Okhotsk.

Atka mackerel - The Atka mackerel was originally described under the genus Labrax, but has since been moved to Pleurogrammus.

Sturgeon-like sea-poacher

Podothecus hamlini

Podothecus sachi

Podothecus sturioides

Veteran poacher

Pogonoscorpius sechellensis - Pogonoscorpius sechellensis is the only species of the scorpionfish genus Pogonoscorpius.

Polypera simushirae

Ghanean rockfish

Longsnout scorpionfish

Mottled scorpionfish

Pontinus corallinus

Speckled deepwater scorpionfish

Longspine scorpionfish

Large-headed scorpionfish

Spinythroat scorpionfish

Blacklash scorpionfish

St. Helena deepwater scorpionfish

Highfin scorpionfish

Pontinus rhodochrous

Speckled scorpionfish

Pontinus tentacularis

Spotback scorpionfish

Porocottus allisi

Porocottus camtschaticus

Porocottus coronatus

Porocottus japonicus

Porocottus leptosomus

Pored sculpin

Porocottus minutus

Chukot fringed sculpin

Porocottus tentaculatus

Praematoliparis anarthractae

Spiny searobin

Bean's searobin

Two-beaked searobin

Searobin

Bristly searobin

Bigeye searobin

Barred searobin

Prionotus murielae

Red searobin

Mexican searobin

Bluewing searobin

Bluespotted searobin

Blackfin searobin

Common searobin

Shortwing searobin

Lumptail searobin

Long-ray searobin

Bighead searobin

Prosoproctus pataecus

Pseudoblennius argenteus

Perch

Pseudoblennius marmoratus

Sunrise

Pseudoblennius totomius

Pseudoblennius zonostigma

Blackfin stonefish

Draco waspfish

Fathead

Tadpole sculpin

Soft sculpin

Crested scorpionfish

Ambon scorpionfish - The Ambon scorpionfish is shaggy, and can change its color for the ideal camouflage.

Pteropelor noronhai

Pteropterus brevipectoralis

Pterygotrigla acanthomoplate

Pterygotrigla arabica

Mauritius gurnard

Blackspotted gurnard

Pterygotrigla hoplites

Black-finned gurnard

Pterygotrigla macrolepidota

Pterygotrigla macrorhynchus

Pterygotrigla multipunctata

Latchet

Pterygotrigla ryukyuensis

Radulinopsis derjavini

Radulinopsis taranetzi

Darter sculpin

Darter sculpin

Spinynose sculpin

Smooth-gum sculpin

Orange-freckled flathead

Dogtoothed flathead

Grunt-fish - The grunt sculpin or grunt-fish, Rhamphocottus richardsonii, is the only member of the fish family Rhamphocottidae.

Rhinopias argoliba

Rhinopias cea

Godfrey's scorpionfish

Rhinopias xenops

Ricuzenius nudithorax

Ricuzenius pinetorum

Mcgrouther’s flathead

Obscure flathead

Blackfin flathead

Black-banded flathead

Thorny flathead

Roughcheek sculpin

Puget Sound sculpin

Sawback poacher

Sarritor knipowitschi

East coast crocodilefish

Satyrichthys amiscus

Satyrichthys engyceros

Satyrichthys hians

Satyrichthys laticephalus

Satyrichthys lingi

Satyrichthys longiceps

Spotted armoured-gurnard

Satyrichthys serrulatus

Robust armoured-gurnard

Peruvian scorpionfish - The fish's body is able to cope well with variations in its operating environment with minimal damage, alteration or loss of functionality.

Angola rockfish

Scorpaena annobonae

Scorpaena ascensionis

Scorpaena azorica

Shortfin scorpionfish

Japanese shortspined scorpionfish

Bullhead scorpionfish

Scorpaena cocosensis

Scorpaena colorata

Slender rockfish

Scorpaena fernandeziana

Ghostly scorpionfish

Scorpaena gibbifrons

California scorpionfish

Scorpaena hatizyoensis

Scorpaena hemilepidota

Player scorpionfish

Smooth-cheek scorpionfish

Scorpaena lacrimata

Cadenat's rockfish

Madeira rockfish

Scorpaena melasma

Deepwater gurnard

Scorpaena miostoma

Pacific spotted scorpionfish

Norman's rockfish

Small red scorpionfish

Scorpaena onaria

Scorpaena orgila

Red rock cod

Scorpaena pascuensis

Scorpaena pele

Pumpkin scorpionfish

Scorpaena petricola

Black scorpionfish

Reddish scorpionfish

Sonora scorpionfish

Spotted-fin rockfish

Scorpaena thomsoni

Scorpaena tierrae

Scorpaena uncinata

Bullhead - The cabezon is a scaleless fish with a broad bony support extending from the eye across the cheek just under the skin.

Scorpaenodes africanus

Messina rockfish

Scorpaenodes elongatus

Scorpaenodes englerti

Scorpaenodes immaculatus

Red scorpionfish

Scorpaenodes investigatoris

Little scorpionfish

Scorpaenodes steinitzi

Scorpaenodes tribulosus

Scorpaenopsis altirostris

Weedy stingfish

Scorpaenopsis cotticeps

Scorpaenopsis eschmeyeri

Gilchrist's scorpionfish

Sydney scorpionfish

Whiteblotched scorpionfish

Scorpaenopsis longispina

Scorpaenopsis neglecta

Scorpaenopsis obtusa

Scorpaenopsis orientalis

Tassled scorpionfish - It can reach a maximum length of 36 cm and can vary considerably in color.

Scorpaenopsis pluralis

Scorpaenopsis possi - Scorpaenopsis possi is a Scorpionfish from the Indo-Pacific.

Scorpaenopsis pusilla

Scorpaenopsis ramaraoi

Kelp rockfish

Bolina

Bandit

Sebastes baramenuke

Rock salmon

False jacopever - The species was originally described by Gmelin in 1789 as Scorpaena capensis.

Gopher rockfish - Gopher rockfish have a generally mottled appearance, with dark areas generally olive to reddish brown, and the lighter areas being white or maybe pinkish.

Copper rockfish - It is a relatively common rockfish of the Pacific coast.

Greenspotted rockfish

Black-and-yellow rockfish

Blackblotched rockfish

Calico rockfish

Striped rockfish

Swordspine rockfish

Pink rockfish

Buccaneer rockfish

Acadian redfish - Found in the northern Atlantic Ocean, the Acadian redfish lives in depths of 70 – 592 meters.

Bronzespotted rockfish

Gray rockfish

Chilipepper - The Chilipepper is a type of rockfish that lives mainly off the coast of western North America from Baja California to Vancouver.

Rosy rockfish

Sebastes hubbsi

Sebastes ijimae

Sebastes itinus

Slender rockfish

Sebastes joyneri

Sebastes kawaradae

Sebastes koreanus

Freckled rockfish

Sebastes longispinis

Mexican rockfish

Brown bomber

Sebastes matsubarae

Semaphore rockfish

Sebastes minor

Whitespeckled rockfish

Sebastes nivosus

Guadalupe rockfish

Sebastes oblongus

Patagonian redfish

Speckled rockfish

Northern rockfish

Grass rockfish

Rosy rockfish

Greenblotched rockfish

Sebastes ruber

Flag rockfish

Bank rockfish

Olive-backed rockfish

Schlegel's black rockfish

Halfbanded rockfish

Treefish - The treefish is a marine fish of the Sebastes genus.

Pinkrose rockfish

Spinyeye rockfish

Sebastes steindachneri

Sebastes swifti

Sebastes taczanowskii

Goldeye rockfish

Sebastes trivittatus

Honeycomb rockfish

Dusky rockfish

Harlequin rockfish

Sebastes ventricosus

Sebastes vulpes

Sebastes wakiyai

Slender rockfish - The Pygmy rockfish is a rockfish of the genus Sebastes.

Yellowbarred red rockfish

Filefish

Sebastiscus tertius

Broadbanded thornyhead

Kelp sculpin

Kelp sculpin

G

Snyderina yamanokami

Guinea flathead

Halfspined flathead

Tuberculated flathead

Smallplate sculpin

Largeplate sculpin

Stelgistrum stejnegeri

Pricklebreast poacher

Sthenopus mollis

Stlengis misakia

Suggrundus cooperi

Large-spined flathead

Big-eyed flathead

Sainsbury's flathead

Red Sea stonefish - Length up to 13.

Synanceia platyrhyncha

Manacled sculpin

Taurocottus bergii

Longspined bullhead

Tetraroge niger

Sponge sculpin

Thysanichthys crossotus

Thysanichthys evides

Thysanophrys armata

Celebes flathead

Variegated flathead

Thysanophrys longirostris

Thysanophrys papillaris

Tilesina gibbosa

Stargazing stonefish

Hairhead sculpin

Streaked gurnard

Dorothy's sculpin

Jordan's sculpin

Roughspine sculpin

Alaskan sculpin

Moustache sculpin

Mailed sculpin

Scaly breasted sculpin

Fourhorn sculpin

Arctic alligatorfish

Ursinoscorpaenopsis kitai - Ursinoscorpaenopsis kitai is a marine fish that is the sole species of the genus Ursinoscorpaenopsis.

Vellitor centropomus

Vellitor minutus

Vespicula bottae

Vespicula cypho

Goblinfish

Vespicula zollingeri

Xenaploactis anopta

Xenaploactis asperrima

Xenaploactis cautes

Cutfin poacher

Spiny horsefish

Longspined greenling

Order Siluriformes

Acanthicus adonis - The Adonis Pleco is dark brown to black with numerous white spots as a juvenile.

Acanthicus hystrix

Acanthobunocephalus nicoi - Acanthobunocephalus nicoi can be differentiated from other aspredinids by the presence of a dorsal fin spine locking mechanism and a rigid dorsal fin spine.

Acanthocleithron chapini

Spiny catfish

Acanthodoras depressus

Croaking catfish - Acanthodoras spinosissimus is a species of catfish of the family Doradidae.

Acanthopoma annectens - Acanthopoma annectens is a species of catfish of the family Trichomycteridae, and the only species of the genus Acanthopoma.

Acentronichthys leptos - Acentronichthys leptos is the only species of catfish in the genus Acentronichthys of the family Heptapteridae.

Acestridium colombiense

Acestridium triplax

Acrochordonichthys chamaeleon - Acrochordonichthys chamaeleon is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Acrochordonichthys falcifer - Acrochordonichthys falcifer is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Acrochordonichthys guttatus - Acrochordonichthys guttatus is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Falcate chameleon catfish - Acrochordonichthys gyrinus is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Acrochordonichthys mahakamensis - Acrochordonichthys Mahakamensis is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Acrochordonichthys pachyderma - Acrochordonichthys pachyderma is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Acrochordonichthys rugosus - Acrochordonichthys rugosus is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Maeklong chameleon catfish - Acrochordonichthys septentrionalis is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Acrochordonichthys strigosus - Acrochordonichthys strigosus is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Spiny cat-fish

Whitebarred catfish

Jamuna ailia

Akysis clavulus

Akysis clinatus

Akysis ephippifer

Akysis fuliginatus

Akysis galeatus

Akysis manipurensis

Akysis pulvinatus - This is a small catfish, none of the type specimens exceeding 30 mm standard length.

Akysis scorteus

Akysis vespa

Akysis vespertinus

Amaralia hypsiura - Amaralia hypsiura are found throughout the Amazon River basin.

Amarginops platus

Amblyceps carinatum - This is a small catfish found in fast flowing streams.

Amblyceps protentum

Amblydoras affinis

Amblydoras bolivarensis

Amblydoras gonzalezi

Blue-eye catfish

Amblydoras monitor - Amblydoras is a genus of catfishes of the family Doradidae.

Amblydoras nauticus

Snail bullhead

Black catfish - Like most of the bullheads it has a squared tail fin, which is strikingly different than the forked tail of channel and blue catfish.

Bullhead - The yellow bullhead is a voracious scavenger typically feeding at night on a variety of plant and animal material, both live and dead, including small fish, crayfish, insects, snails, and worms.

Brown catfish - The brown bullhead, Ameiurus nebulosus, is a fish of the Ictaluridae family that is widely distributed in North America.

Bullhead

Spotted bullhead

Day's catfish - Amissidens hainesi is the only species of catfish in the genus Amissidens of the family Ariidae.

Ammoglanis diaphanus

Kukwari sea catfish - Amphiarius phrygiatus is a species of catfish of family Ariidae.

Softhead sea catfish - Amphiarius rugispinis is a species of catfish of family Ariidae.

Amphilius atesuensis

Amphilius brevis

Amphilius chalei

Amphilius cryptobullatus

Amphilius dimonikensis

Marbled mountain catfish - The marbled mountain catfish is a species of fish in the Amphiliidae family.

Amphilius kakrimensis

Amphilius kivuensis

Amphilius korupi

Amphilius lamani

Broadtail mountain catfish

Amphilius lentiginosus

Amphilius maesii

Amphilius mamonekenensis

Natal mountain catfish

Amphilius opisthophthalmus

Amphilius pulcher

Amphilius rheophilus

Amphilius zairensis

Anadoras grypus

Anadoras insculptus

Anadoras regani

Anadoras weddellii

Anaspidoglanis akiri - Anaspidoglanis akiri is a species of catfish of the family Claroteidae.

Anaspidoglanis boutchangai - Anaspidoglanis boutchangai is a species of catfish of the family Claroteidae.

Flatnose catfish - Anaspidoglanis macrostomus is a species of catfish of the family Claroteidae.

Vaona - Ancharius fuscus is a species of fish in the Ariidae family.

Ancharius griseus - Ancharius griseus is a species of catfish of family Ariidae.

Ancistrus aguaboensis

Ancistrus bodenhameri

Ancistrus bolivianus

Ancistrus brevipinnis

Ancistrus bufonius

Ancistrus caucanus

Ancistrus centrolepis

Ancistrus chagresi

Ancistrus claro - The type species is Ancistrus cirrhosus.

Ancistrus clementinae

Ancistrus cuiabae

Ancistrus damasceni

Bushymouth catfish - The type species is Ancistrus cirrhosus.

Ancistrus dubius

Ancistrus erinaceus

Ancistrus eustictus

Ancistrus fulvus

Ancistrus gymnorhynchus

Ancistrus heterorhynchus

Catfish - The type species is Ancistrus cirrhosus.

Ancistrus jataiensis

Ancistrus jelskii

Ancistrus latifrons

Ancistrus leucostictus - The type species is Ancistrus cirrhosus.

Ancistrus lineolatus

Ancistrus lithurgicus

Ancistrus macrophthalmus

Ancistrus maculatus

Ancistrus malacops

Ancistrus maracasae

Ancistrus martini

Ancistrus mattogrossensis

Ancistrus megalostomus

Ancistrus minutus

Ancistrus montanus

Ancistrus nudiceps

Ancistrus occidentalis

Ancistrus occloi

Ancistrus parecis

Ancistrus pirareta

Ancistrus piriformis

Ancistrus ranunculus

Ancistrus reisi

Ancistrus salgadae

Ancistrus spinosus

Ancistrus stigmaticus

Ancistrus tamboensis

Ancistrus taunayi

Ancistrus temminckii

Ancistrus tombador

Ancistrus trinitatis

Ancistrus variolus

Ancistrus verecundus

Whiptailed Nile catfish - Andersonia leptura is a species of catfish of the family Amphiliidae, and is the only species of the genus Andersonia.

Anduzedoras oxyrhynchus

Toothless catfish - The toothless catfish lives in clear, flowing waters.

Apistoloricaria condei

Apistoloricaria laani

Apistoloricaria listrorhinos

Apistoloricaria ommation

Apomatoceros alleni - Apomatoceros alleni is a species of catfish of the family Trichomycteridae, and the only species of the genus Apomatoceros.

Aposturisoma myriodon - The generic name derives from Greek apo- meaning "outside", German sturio meaning "sturgeon" and Greek soma meaning "body"; the whole referring to its outwardly similar appearance to a sturgeon.

New Granada sea catfish

Sand catfish

Arius cous

Arius festinus

Arius intermedius

Blackfin sea catfish

Smoothspined catfish

Arius malabaricus

Lowly catfish

Shovelnose sea catfish

Goat catfish

Arius uncinatus

Aspidoras psammatides

Aspidoras velites

Aspistor hardenbergi

Gillbacker sea catfish - Aspistor parkeri is a species of catfish of family Ariidae.

Sevenbarbed banjo - Aspredinichthys filamentosus is a species of catfish of the family Aspredinidae.

Tenbarbed banjo - Aspredinichthys tibicen is a species of catfish of the family Aspredinidae.

Asterophysus batrachus - Asterophysus batrachus, the Gulper Catfish, is a species of catfish of the family Auchenipteridae.

Astroblepus caquetae

Astroblepus chapmani

Astroblepus chotae

Astroblepus festae

Astroblepus fissidens

Astroblepus formosus

Astroblepus frenatus

Astroblepus guentheri

Astroblepus heterodon

Astroblepus homodon

Astroblepus labialis

Astroblepus latidens

Astroblepus longiceps

Astroblepus longifilis

Astroblepus mancoi

Astroblepus mariae

Astroblepus micrescens

Astroblepus mindoense

Astroblepus nicefori

Astroblepus orientalis

Astroblepus peruanus

Astroblepus phelpsi

Astroblepus pholeter

Astroblepus pirrensis

Astroblepus praeliorum

Astroblepus prenadillus

Astroblepus retropinnus

Astroblepus rosei

Astroblepus sabalo

Astroblepus simonsii

Astroblepus stuebeli

Astroblepus supramollis

Astroblepus taczanowskii

Astroblepus theresiae

Astroblepus trifasciatus

Andean catfish

Astroblepus unifasciatus

Astroblepus vanceae

Astrodoras asterifrons - Astrodoras asterifrons is the only species in the genus Astrodoras of the catfish family Doradidae.

Atopochilus chabanaudi

Atopochilus christyi

Atopochilus macrocephalus

Atopochilus mandevillei

Atopochilus pachychilus

Atopochilus savorgnani

Atopochilus vogti

Atopodontus adriaensi

Auchenipterichthys coracoideus - Auchenipterichthys coracoideus is a species of catfish of the family Auchenipteridae.

Bubu - The giraffe catfish is found throughout Africa in lakes and rivers, partially due to introduction and establishment in other areas.

Barnard's rock catfish - This species has only been recorded from the Thee and Noordhoeks Rivers, both small tributaries of the Clanwilliam Olifants river in the Western Cape, South Africa.

Clanwilliam catfish

Rock-catfish

Bagarius rutilus

Crocodile catfish

Gafftopsail sea catfish - The gafftopsail catfish, Bagre marinus, is found in the waters of the western central Atlantic Ocean, as well as the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea.

Chilhuil sea catfish

Red sea catfish

Blacklancer catfish - Bagrichthys hypselopterus is a species of catfish of the family Bagridae.

Black lancer catfish - It is the only species of the genus Bagrichthys that is traded for the aquarium hobby.

False black lancer - Bagrichthys macropterus is a species of catfish of the family Bagridae.

Bagrichthys majusculus - Bagrichthys majusculus is a species of catfish of the family Bagridae.

Bagrichthys micranodus - Bagrichthys micranodus is a species of catfish of the family Bagridae.

Bagrichthys obscurus - Bagrichthys obscurus is a species of catfish of the family Bagridae.

Bagrichthys vaillantii - Bagrichthys vaillantii is a species of catfish of the family Bagridae.

Bagroides hirsutus

Bagroides melapterus

Bagropsis reinhardti - Bagropsis reinhardti is a catfish species of the monotypic genus Bagropsis of the family Pimelodidae.

Bayad - The bayad is distributed in Lakes Lake Chad, Lake Mobutu, and Lake Turkana and the Nile River, Niger River, and Senegal Rivers.

Bagrus caeruleus

Bagrus degeni

Silver catfish

Bagrus lubosicus

Kampoyo - A nocturnal predator, it feeds largely on smaller demersal Malawi Cichlids.

Bagrus orientalis - Bagrus orientalis is a species of fish in the Claroteidae family.

Bagrus ubangensis

Somalia catfish - This species has four pairs of barbels.

Baryancistrus demantoides

Baryancistrus longipinnis

Baryancistrus niveatus

Batasio fasciolatus

Batasio feruminatus

Batasio merianiensis

Batasio niger

Batasio pakistanicus

Batasio sharavatiensis

Batasio spilurus

Malabar batasio

Kukumai

Salmon catfish

Bathybagrus platycephalus

Bathybagrus sianenna - This species has been classified in the genus Bathybagrus, but currently it is maintained in the genus Chrysichthys.

Bathybagrus stappersii

Bathybagrus tetranema - Bathybagrus tetranema is a species of fish in the Claroteidae family.

Bathyclarias atribranchus - Bathyclarias atribranchus is a species of fish in the Clariidae family.

Bathyclarias euryodon

Bathyclarias filicibarbis - Bathyclarias filicibarbis is a species of fish in the Clariidae family.

Bathyclarias foveolatus - Bathyclarias foveolatus is a species of fish in the Clariidae family.

Bathyclarias gigas - Bathyclarias gigas is a species of fish in the Clariidae family.

Bathyclarias ilesi

Bathyclarias rotundifrons - Bathyclarias rotundifrons is a species of fish in the Clariidae family.

Bathyclarias worthingtoni - Bathyclarias worthingtoni is a species of fish in the Clariidae family.

Beardless sea catfish - This fish reaches about 25.

Batrochoglanis acanthochiroides

Batrochoglanis melanurus

Batrochoglanis raninus

Batrochoglanis transmontanus

Batrochoglanis villosus

Belodontichthys dinema

Belodontichthys truncatus

Belonoglanis brieni - Belonoglanis brieni is a species of catfish of the family Amphiliidae.

Belonoglanis tenuis - Belonoglanis tenuis is a species of catfish of the family Amphiliidae.

Bergiaria platana - Bergiaria is a small genus of catfishes of the family Pimelodidae.

Bergiaria westermanni - Bergiaria is a small genus of catfishes of the family Pimelodidae.

Brachyglanis frenatus

Brachyglanis magoi

Brachyglanis melas

Brachyglanis microphthalmus

Brachyglanis nocturnus

Brachyglanis phalacra

Kumakuma

Zebra catfish

Slobbering catfish

Gilded catfish

Tigerstriped catfish

Laulao catfish

Brachyrhamdia heteropleura

Brachyrhamdia imitator

Brachyrhamdia marthae

Brachyrhamdia meesi

Brachyrhamdia rambarrani

Breitensteinia cessator - Breitensteinia cessator is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Breitensteinia hypselurus - Breitensteinia hypselurus is a species of catfish of the family Akysidae.

Brochiloricaria chauliodon

Brochiloricaria macrodon

Britski's catfish - This species has long been classified as Brochis britskii.

Hognosed brochis - The Hognosed brochis is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the Corydoradinae sub-family of the Callichthyidae family.

Emerald catfish - The emerald catfish , emerald brochis, emerald cory, green catfish, or shortbody catfish is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the Corydoradinae sub-family of the Callichthyidae family.

Bullockia maldonadoi

Bunocephalus aleuropsis

Banjo catfish

Bunocephalus chamaizelus

Bunocephalus colombianus

Guitarrita - The Aspredinidae are a small South American family of catfishes also known as the banjo catfishes.

Catfish

Banjo catfish

Bunocephalus larai

Bark catfish

Callichthys fabricioi - Callichthys fabricioi is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the Callichthyinae sub-family of the Callichthyidae family.

Callichthys oibaensis

Callichthys serralabium - It was originally described by Lehmann & Reis in 2004.

Zamurito - This fish has been placed in its own family, Calophysidae.

Belizean sea catfish

Big-bellied sea catfish

Congo sea catfish

Higuchi's sea catfish

Gloomy sea catfish

Kailola's sea catfish

Cathorops laticeps

Cathorops mapale

Box sea catfish

Cathorops nuchalis

Cathorops puncticulatus

Steindachner's sea catfish

Besudo sea catfish

Cathorops variolosus

Centrochir crocodili

Centrodoras brachiatus

Centrodoras hasemani

Centromochlus concolor

Centromochlus existimatus

Centromochlus heckelii

Centromochlus macracanthus

Centromochlus megalops

Centromochlus punctatus

Centromochlus reticulatus

Centromochlus romani

Centromochlus schultzi

Cephalocassis borneensis

Cephalocassis manillensis

Cephalocassis melanochir

Cephalosilurus albomarginatus

Cephalosilurus apurensis

Cephalosilurus fowleri

Cephalosilurus nigricaudus

Club-barbel sheatfish

Ceratoglanis scleronema

Cetopsidium minutum - Cetopsidium minutum is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Cetopsidium morenoi - Cetopsidium morenoi is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Cetopsidium orientale - Cetopsidium orientale is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Cetopsidium pemon - Cetopsidium pemon is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Cetopsidium roae - Cetopsidium roae is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Cetopsis amphiloxa

Cetopsis baudoensis

Cetopsis gobioides

Cetopsis jurubidae

Cetopsis motatanensis

Cetopsis oliveirai

Cetopsis orinoco

Cetopsis othonops

Cetopsis plumbea

Cetopsorhamdia boquillae

Cetopsorhamdia filamentosa

Cetopsorhamdia iheringi

Cetopsorhamdia insidiosa

Cetopsorhamdia molinae

Cetopsorhamdia nasus

Cetopsorhamdia orinoco

Cetopsorhamdia phantasia

Cetopsorhamdia picklei

Chaca burmensis - Chaca burmensis is a species of catfish of the family Chacidae.

Chaetostoma aburrensis

Chaetostoma aequinoctiale

Chaetostoma alternifasciatum

Chaetostoma anale

Chaetostoma anomalum

Chaetostoma branickii

Chaetostoma breve

Chaetostoma brevilabiatum

Chaetostoma changae

Chaetostoma daidalmatos

Chaetostoma dermorhynchum

Chaetostoma dorsale

Chaetostoma dupouii

Couchu

Chaetostoma greeni

Chaetostoma guairense

Chaetostoma jegui

Chaetostoma lepturum

Chaetostoma leucomelas

Chaetostoma lineopunctatum

Chaetostoma loborhynchos

Chaetostoma machiquense

Chaetostoma marcapatae

Chaetostoma marginatum

Chaetostoma marmorescens

Chaetostoma microps

Chaetostoma milesi

Chaetostoma mollinasum

Chaetostoma niveum

Chaetostoma nudirostre

Chaetostoma palmeri

Chaetostoma patiae

Chaetostoma paucispinis

Chaetostoma pearsei

Chaetostoma sericeum

Chaetostoma sovichthys

Chaetostoma stannii

Chaetostoma stroumpoulos

Chaetostoma tachiraense

Chaetostoma taczanowskii

Striped rubbernose plecostomus

Chaetostoma vagum

Chaetostoma vasquezi

Chaetostoma venezuelae

Chaetostoma yurubiense

Channallabes alvarezi

Eel catfish - The thin eel-shaped body of C.

Chasmocranus brachynema

Chasmocranus brevior

Chasmocranus chimantanus

Chasmocranus longior

Chasmocranus lopezi

Chasmocranus peruanus

Chasmocranus quadrizonatus

Chasmocranus rosae

Chasmocranus surinamensis

Chasmocranus truncatorostris

Cheirocerus abuelo

Cheirocerus eques

Cheirocerus goeldii

Chiloglanis productus

Chrysichthys acsiorum

Chrysichthys aluuensis

Chrysichthys ansorgii

Chrysichthys bocagii

Chrysichthys dageti

Chrysichthys dendrophorus

Chrysichthys depressus

Chrysichthys duttoni

Chrysichthys habereri

Chrysichthys helicophagus

Hilda's grunter

Catfish

Chrysichthys cranchii

Chrysichthys levequei

Chrysichthys longibarbis

Aluminum catfish

Chrysichthys maurus

Chrysichthys ogooensis

Chrysichthys okae

Ornate bagrid

Chrysichthys polli

Chrysichthys praecox

Chrysichthys rueppelli

Shovelnose catfish

Chrysichthys teugelsi

Chrysichthys thysi

Chrysichthys turkana

Chrysichthys uniformis

Chrysichthys wagenaari

Lorentz catfish

Smallmouthed salmon catfish - Froggatt's catfish is a species of fish in the Ariidae family.

Clariallabes attemsi

Clariallabes brevibarbis

Clariallabes centralis

Clariallabes heterocephalus

Clariallabes laticeps

Clariallabes longicauda

Clariallabes manyangae

Clariallabes melas

Clariallabes mutsindoziensis

Victoria snake catfish

Clariallabes pietschmanni

Broadhead catfish

Clariallabes simeonsi

Clariallabes teugelsi

Clariallabes uelensis

Clarias abbreviatus

Catfish

Clarias albopunctatus

Mudfish

Albino walking fish - Walking catfish are around 30 cm in length and have an elongated body shape.

Clarias batu - This is an elongated catfish up to 30 cm standard length.

Walking catfish

Clarias buettikoferi

Clarias buthupogon

Clarias cataractus

Cave catfish

Malabar clariid

Clarias dhonti

Clarias ebriensis

Clarias engelseni

Cat-fish

Clarias hilli

Clarias insolitus

Clarias intermedius

Clarias submarginatus

Clarias kapuasensis

Clarias laeviceps dialonensis

Clarias lamottei

Clarias longior

Clarias maclareni

Blackskin catfish

Clarias nebulosus

Blunt-toothed African catfish

Clarias nieuhofii - This species can be distinguished from other Clarias catfishes, apart from the recently discovered Clarias batu and Clarias nigricans, by the greatly elongated body which gives it a remarkably eel-like appearance.

Clarias nigricans - This is an elongated catfish up to 32 cm standard length.

Clarias nigromarmoratus

Clarias olivaceus

Clarias pachynema

Clarias planiceps

Clarias pseudoleiacanthus

Clarias pseudonieuhofii

Clarias sulcatus

Teysmann's spotted catfish

Snake catfish

Pet cick

Clarotes bidorsalis

Bastar garua

Garua Bachcha

Clupisoma longianalis

Kocha garua

Indus garua

Clupisoma nujiangense

Burmese garua

Clupisoma sinense

Cobbler - The cobbler is found from Kirra, Queensland to Jervis Bay, New South Wales, and Kingston, South Australia to Houtman Abrolhos Islands, Western Australia and Duck River, Tasmania, in near-shore and reef habitats.

Daniel's catfish

Cochlefelis insidiator

Duckbilled catfish

Conorhynchos conirostris - The spelling of the generic name has been confused; it is currently valid as Conorhynchos as described by Pieter Bleeker in 1858.

Conta pectinata - Conta pectinata is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Cordylancistrus daguae

Cordylancistrus nephelion

Cordylancistrus perijae

Cordylancistrus platycephalus

Cordylancistrus platyrhynchus

Cordylancistrus torbesensis

Corumbataia britskii

Corumbataia veadeiros

Acre corydoras

Blacktop corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Adolf's catfish - The fish will grow in length up to 2.

Kali walu - The adult size is 6½ cm for males and a slightly larger 7 cm for females .

Agassiz's corydoras

Corydoras albolineatus

Corydoras amandajanea

Amapa corydoras

Spotted corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras amphibelus

Corydoras approuaguensis

Corydoras araguaiaensis

Skunk corydoras

Corydoras areio

Corydoras armatus

Corydoras atropersonatus - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras aurofrenatus

Pink corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Kali walu

Corydoras bicolor

Twostripe corydoras

Corydoras bilineatus

Corydoras boehlkei

Corydoras boesemani

Corydoras breei

Corydoras burgessi

Corydoras carlae

Tailspot corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras cervinus

Barredtail corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 1 inches .

Corydoras concolor

Corydoras condiscipulus

Corydoras copei

Corydoras coppenamensis

Corydoras coriatae

Corydoras crimmeni

Corydoras cruziensis

Corydoras crypticus

Corydoras davidsandsi

False blochi catfish

Corydoras difluviatilis

Corydoras diphyes

Corydoras duplicareus

Corydoras ehrhardti - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras ellisae

Saddle corydoras

Corydoras eques

Corydoras esperanzae

Corydoras evelynae - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras filamentosus

Corydoras flaveolus

Corydoras fowleri

Corydoras garbei

Corydoras geoffroy - The fish will grow in length up to 2.

Corydoras geryi

Corydoras gomezi

Palespotted corydoras

Corydoras gracilis

Gray corydoras

Guapore corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Kali walu

Salt and Pepper catfish - The fish will grow in length up to 0.

Mosaic corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 2.

Dwarf catfish - The dwarf corydoras , dwarf catfish, tail spot pigmy catfish, or micro catfish is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the Corydoradinae sub-family of the Callichthyidae family.

Kali walu

Corydoras imitator

Corydoras incolicana

Corydoras isbrueckeri

Leopard corydoras - Julii Corys are peaceful fish and will do well in a community aquarium with other community fish.

Corydoras kanei - To appreciate this fish, they should be kept in a large group in a well-oxygenated, fairly bright tank which nonetheless has some hiding areas.

Corydoras lacerdai

Corydoras lamberti

Corydoras latus - The fish will grow in length up to 2.

False spotted catfish - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras longipinnis

Corydoras loretoensis

Corydoras loxozonus - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Dotted corydoras

Corydoras mamore

Green gold catfish - The fish will grow in length up to 2.

Bandit corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 2.

Masked corydoras - The fish can grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras micracanthus

Corydoras multimaculatus

Corydoras nanus - This fish has been found in creeks with a moderate current, 0.

Corydoras napoensis

Corydoras narcissus - The fish will grow in length up to 2.

Blue corydoras - The fish has clear fins with no pattern.

Corydoras negro

Corydoras nijsseni

Corydoras noelkempffi

Kali walu

Corydoras ornatus - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras orphnopterus

Corydoras ortegai

Corydoras osteocarus - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras ourastigma

Corydoras oxyrhynchus

Blue leopard corydoras - This fish species reaches about 5.

Panda catfish - Corydoras panda has an off-white to pinkish-orange ground colour, and when observed under certain lighting conditions, a faint greenish iridescence is present upon the flanks and the operculum.

Corydoras pantanalensis

Corydoras paragua

Corydoras parallelus

Pastaza corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 6.

Corydoras paucerna

Corydoras pinheiroi

Corydoras polystictus - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras potaroensis

Pretty corydoras

Pygmy corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 0.

Rust corydoras

Mosaic corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 2.

Corydoras reynoldsi

Bannertail catfish

Corydoras robustus

Corydoras sanchesi

Corydoras saramaccensis

Corydoras sarareensis

Corydoras semiaquilus - The fish will grow in length up to 2.

Corydoras septentrionalis - The fish is typically found in streams with water current.

Corydoras serratus

Corydoras seussi - Corydoras seussi is a South American catfish, family Callichthyidae.

Corydoras similis

Corydoras simulatus - The fish prefers clean, clear water with a current.

False network catfish - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras solox

Corydoras spectabilis

Pinkthroat corydoras

Paran

Corydoras stenocephalus

Corydoras sterbai - Sterba's Cory is distinguishable from other Corydoras species as it has white spots on its head from eyes down to snout.

Corydoras surinamensis

Sychr's catfish - The fish grows up to 1.

Longsnout corydoras

Threestripe corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 2.

Corydoras tukano

Catfish - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Corydoras virginiae

Corydoras vittatus

Twosaddle corydoras

Xingu corydoras - The fish will grow in length up to 1.

Black band catfish

Corymbophanes andersoni

Corymbophanes kaiei

Crossoloricaria bahuaja

Crossoloricaria cephalaspis

Crossoloricaria rhami

Crossoloricaria venezuelae

Cryptarius daugueti

Cryptarius truncatus - The spoonsnouted catfish is a species of catfish of the family Ariidae.

Cteniloricaria fowleri

Cteniloricaria maculata

Cteniloricaria platystoma

Dasyloricaria capetensis

Whiptail catfish

Dasyloricaria latiura

Dasyloricaria seminuda

Dasyloricaria tuyrensis

Dekeyseria amazonica

Dekeyseria brachyura

Dekeyseria niveata

Dekeyseria picta

Brazil-butterfly

Dekeyseria scaphirhyncha

Delturus angulicauda

Delturus brevis

Delturus carinotus

Delturus parahybae

Dentectus barbarmatus - This species occurs in the upper Orinoco drainage.

Denticetopsis macilenta - Denticetopsis macilenta is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Denticetopsis praecox - Denticetopsis praecox is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Denticetopsis royeroi - Denticetopsis royeroi is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Denticetopsis sauli - Denticetopsis sauli is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Porthole catfish - The fish will grow in length up to 8.

Flagtail catfish - The fish will grow in length up to 8.

Dinotopterus cunningtoni - Dinotopterus cunningtoni is a species of fish in the Clariidae family.

Diplomystes camposensis - Diplomystes camposensis is a species of fish in the Diplomystidae family.

Tollo - The tollo de agua dulce is a species of fish in the Diplomystidae family.

Diplomystes nahuelbutaensis - Diplomystes nahuelbutaensis is a species of catfish of the family Diplomystidae.

Dolichallabes microphthalmus - D.

Dolichamphilius brieni - Dolichamphilius brieni is a species of catfish of the family Amphiliidae.

Dolichamphilius longiceps - Dolichamphilius longiceps is a species of catfish of the family Amphiliidae.

Dolichancistrus atratoensis

Dolichancistrus carnegiei

Dolichancistrus cobrensis

Dolichancistrus fuesslii

Dolichancistrus pediculatus

Dolichancistrus setosus

Doraops zuloagai

Doras carinatus

Doras eigenmanni

Doras fimbriatus

Doras higuchii

Poson agouti

Doras phlyzakion

Doras punctatus

Doras zuanoni

Doumea alula - Doumea alula is a species of catfish of family Amphiliidae.

Doumea angolensis - Doumea angolensis is a species of catfish of family Amphiliidae.

Doumea chappuisi - Doumea chappuisi is a species of catfish of family Amphiliidae.

Doumea gracila

Doumea sanaga

Doumea thysi - Doumea thysi is a species of catfish of family Amphiliidae.

Doumea typica - Doumea typica is a species of catfish of family Amphiliidae.

Duopalatinus emarginatus

Duopalatinus peruanus

Dupouyichthys sapito - Dupouyichthys sapito is the only species of catfishes in the genus Dupouyichthys of the family Aspredinidae.

Entomocorus benjamini - Entomocorus benjamini is a species of catfish of family Auchenipteridae.

Entomocorus gameroi - Entomocorus gameroi is a species of catfish of family Auchenipteridae.

Entomocorus melaphareus - Entomocorus melaphareus is a species of catfish of family Auchenipteridae.

Epapterus blohmi - Epapterus blohmi is a species of catfish of the family Auchenipteridae.

Epapterus dispilurus - Epapterus dispilurus is a species of catfish of the family Auchenipteridae.

Capit - Of E.

Terai hara - Erethistes horai is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Sylhet hara - Erethistes jerdoni is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Erethistes maesotensis - Erethistes maesotensis is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Erethistes pusillus - Erethistes pusillus is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Erethistes serratus - Erethistes serratus is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Erethistoides ascita - Erethistoides ascita is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Erethistoides cavatura - Erethistoides cavatura is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Erethistoides infuscatus - Erethistoides infuscatus is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Erethistoides pipri - Erethistoides pipri is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Erethistoides sicula - Erethistoides sicula is a species of catfish of the family Erethistidae.

Ernstichthys anduzei - Ernstichthys anduzei is a species of catfish of the family Aspredinidae.

Ernstichthys intonsus - Ernstichthys intonsus is a species of catfish of the family Aspredinidae.

Ernstichthys megistus - Ernstichthys megistus is a species of catfish of the family Aspredinidae.

Euchilichthys astatodon

Euchilichthys boulengeri

Euchilichthys dybowskii

Euchilichthys guentheri

Euchilichthys royauxi

Catfish - E.

Long-tailed catfish

Euristhmus microceps

Euristhmus microphthalmus

Naked-headed catfish

Euristhmus sandrae

Eutropiichthys britzi

Goongwaree vacha

Murius vacha

Eutropiichthys salweenensis

Exallodontus aguanai - Exallodontus aguanai is a catfish species of the monotypic genus Exallodontus of the family Pimelodidae.

Exastilithoxus fimbriatus

Exastilithoxus hoedemani

Exostoma berdmorei

Burmese bat catfish

Exostoma stuarti

Burmese bat catfish

Farlowella altocorpus

Farlowella amazonum

Farlowella colombiensis

Farlowella curtirostra

Farlowella gracilis

Farlowella hahni

Farlowella hasemani

Farlowella henriquei

Farlowella isbruckeri

Farlowella jauruensis

Farlowella knerii

Farlowella mariaelenae

Farlowella martini

Farlowella nattereri

Farlowella odontotumulus

Farlowella oxyrryncha

Farlowella paraguayensis

Farlowella platorynchus

Farlowella reticulata

Farlowella rugosa

Farlowella schreitmuelleri

Farlowella smithi

Farlowella taphorni

Farlowella venezuelensis

Farlowella vittata - The female lays the eggs on a surface during the night and the male fertilizes them.

Franciscodoras marmoratus - Franciscodoras marmoratus is the only species in the genus Franciscodoras of the catfish family Doradidae.

Furcodontichthys novaesi - This species is known from the middle Amazon at Lake Tefé and from the upper Jurua River drainage in the Solimões River basin.

Gagata pakistanica

Gagata sexualis

Peruvian sea catfish - Galeichthys peruvianus is a species of catfish of the family Ariidae.

Gelanoglanis stroudi

Gelanoglanis travieso

White sea catfish

Genidens planifrons

Gephyroglanis gymnorhynchus - Gephyroglanis gymnorhynchus is a species of catfish of the family Claroteidae.

Gephyroglanis habereri - Gephyroglanis habereri is a species of catfish of the family Claroteidae.

Gladioglanis anacanthus

Gladioglanis conquistador

Gladioglanis machadoi

Glanidium albescens

Glanidium bockmanni

Glanidium catharinensis

Glanidium cesarpintoi

Glanidium leopardum

Glanidium melanopterum

Glanidium ribeiroi

Glaridoglanis andersonii - G.

Glyptoperichthys xinguensis

Glyptosternon akhtari

Glyptosternon maculatum

Glyptosternon malaisei

Turkestan catfish

Glyptothorax chindwinica

Glyptothorax coracinus

Glyptothorax davissinghi

Glyptothorax exodon - This species can be readily distinguished from most other Glyptothorax species of the region by its slender body.

Glyptothorax filicatus

Glyptothorax fuscus

Glyptothorax granulus

Glyptothorax interspinalum

Glyptothorax jalalensis

Glyptothorax kudremukhensis

Glyptothorax macromaculatus

Glyptothorax ngapang

Glyptothorax nieuwenhuisi

Glyptothorax panda

Glyptothorax plectilis

Glyptothorax rugimentum

Glyptothorax schmidti

Glyptothorax strabonis

Glyptothorax sykesi

Glyptothorax ventrolineatus

Glyptothorax zanaensis

Glyptothorax zhujiangensis

Goeldiella eques - Goeldiella eques is a species of catfish of the family Heptapteridae.

Gogangra laevis

Huddah nangra

Gogo arcuatus - Gogo arcuatus is a species of catfish of the family Anchariidae.

Gogo atratus - Gogo atratus is a species of catfish of the family Anchariidae.

Vaona - Gogo brevibarbis is a species of catfish of the family Anchariidae.

Gogo ornatus - Gogo ornatus is a species of catfish of the family Anchariidae.

Gymnallabes nops - Gymnallabes nops is a species of catfish of the family Clariidae.

Haemomaster venezuelae - Haemomaster venezuelae is a species of catfish of the family Trichomycteridae, and the only species of the genus Haemomaster.

Hara longissima

Hara mesembrina

Hara minuscula

Hara spinulus

Harttia carvalhoi

Harttia depressa

Harttia dissidens

Harttia duriventris

Harttia garavelloi - Harttia garavelloi is a species of catfish of the family Loricariidae.

Harttia gracilis

Harttia guianensis

Krone's flat suckermouth catfish

Harttia leiopleura

Harttia longipinna

Harttia loricariformis

Harttia merevari

Harttia novalimensis

Harttia rhombocephala

Harttia surinamensis

Harttia torrenticola

Harttia trombetensis

Harttiella crassicauda - Harttiella crassicauda is the only species of the monotypic genus Harttiella, a genus of the family Loricariidae of catfish .

Hassar affinis

Hassar orestis

Hassar wilderi

Hatcheria macraei

Helicophagus leptorhynchus

Helicophagus waandersii

Helogenes castaneus - Helogenes castaneus is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Helogenes gouldingi - Helogenes gouldingi is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Helogenes uruyensis - Helogenes uruyensis is a species of catfish of the family Cetopsidae.

Hemiancistrus annectens

Hemiancistrus aspidolepis

Hemiancistrus cerrado

Hemiancistrus chlorostictus

Hemiancistrus fugleri

Hemiancistrus fuliginosus

Hemiancistrus guahiborum

Hemiancistrus hammarlundi

Hemiancistrus holostictus

Hemiancistrus landoni

Hemiancistrus macrops

Corroncho

Hemiancistrus medians

Hemiancistrus megacephalus

Hemiancistrus megalopteryx

Hemiancistrus meizospilos

Hemiancistrus micrommatos

Hemiancistrus pankimpuju

Hemiancistrus punctulatus

Hemiancistrus spilomma

Hemiancistrus spinosissimus

Hemiancistrus subviridis

Hemiancistrus votouro

Hemiancistrus wilsoni

Hemiarius dioctes

Sona sea catfish

Armoured sea catfish

Shovelnose sea catfish

Hemibagrus amemiyai

Hemibagrus baramensis

Hemibagrus bongan

Hemibagrus caveatus

Hemibagrus centralus

Hemibagrus chrysops

Hemibagrus fortis

Hemibagrus gracilis

Hemibagrus guttatus

Hemibagrus hainanensis

Hemibagrus hongus

Hemibagrus imbrifer

Asian redtail catfish

Hemibagrus macropterus

Krishna mystus

Menoda catfish

Irrawaddy mystus

Hemibagrus olyroides

Sittang mystus

Hemibagrus pluriradiatus

Nilgiri mystus

Hemibagrus sabanus

Hemibagrus spilopterus

Hemibagrus variegatus

Hemibagrus velox

Hemibagrus vietnamicus

Hemibagrus wyckii - This species originates in Asia from Thailand to Indonesia.

Hemibagrus wyckioides - These catfish originate from the Mekong basin and are reported from Chao Phraya, Mae Klong and peninsular Thailand river systems.

Hemidoras morrisi

Hemidoras stenopeltis

Hemiloricaria aurata

Hemiodontichthys acipenserinus - This taxon is often compared with the morphologically similar Reganella depressa; Hemiodontichthys has been considered the sister genus of Reganella on the basis of osteological data.

Hemipimelodus macrocephalus

Hemipsilichthys gobio

Hemipsilichthys nimius - This is a fairly typical loricariid with a broad head and large mouth used for adhesion to rocks in fast-flowing water.

Hemipsilichthys papillatus

Hemisilurus heterorhynchus

Hemisilurus mekongensis

Hemisilurus moolenburghi

Porthole shovelnose catfish - The porthole shovelnose catfish or spotted shovelnose catfish, Hemisorubim platyrhynchos, is the only species in the genus Hemisorubim of the catfish family Pimelodidae.

Henonemus intermedius

Henonemus macrops

Henonemus punctatus

Henonemus taxistigmus

Heptapterus bleekeri

Heptapterus fissipinnis

Heptapterus multiradiatus

Catfish

Heptapterus ornaticeps

Heptapterus stewarti

Heptapterus sympterygium

Heptapterus tapanahoniensis

Heptapterus tenuis

Catfish

Heterobranchus boulengeri

Heterobranchus isopterus

Vundu

Heteropneustes kemratensis - Heteropneustes kemratensis is a species of catfish of the family Heteropneustidae.

Heteropneustes longipectoralis

Hexanematichthys henni

Sagor catfish

Hisonotus armatus

Hisonotus candombe

Hisonotus charrua

Hisonotus chromodontus

Hisonotus hungy

Hisonotus insperatus

Hisonotus luteofrenatus

Homodiaetus anisitsi

Homodiaetus banguela

Homodiaetus graciosa

Homodiaetus passarellii

Hopliancistrus tricornis

Hoplomyzon atrizona - Hoplomyzon atrizona is a species of catfish of family Aspredinidae.

Hoplomyzon papillatus - Hoplomyzon papillatus is a species of catfish of family Aspredinidae.

Hoplomyzon sexpapilostoma - Hoplomyzon sexpapilostoma is a species of catfish of family Aspredinidae.

Hassar - H.

Hoplosternum punctatum - Cat-eLog Data Sheet

Horabagrus nigricollaris - Horabagrus is a small genus of catfishes .

Horaglanis alikunhii

Indian blind catfish

Horiomyzon retropinnatus - Horiomyzon retropinnatus is a species of catfish of the family Heptapteridae.

Hyalobagrus flavus - Hyalobagrus flavus is a species of catfish of the family Bagridae.

Hyalobagrus leiacanthus - Hyalobagrus leiacanthus is a species of catfish of the family Bagridae.

Hyalobagrus ornatus - Hyalobagrus ornatus is a species of catfish of the family Bagridae.

Hypancistrus contradens

Hypancistrus debilittera

Hypancistrus furunculus

Hypancistrus lunaorum

Hypancistrus zebra - Mature males have a larger head and longer interopercular spines than females.

Hypodoras forficulatus

Hypophthalmus fimbriatus

Hypophthalmus marginatus

Hypophthalmus oremaculatus

Hypoptopoma bilobatum

Hypoptopoma guentheri

Hypoptopoma guianense

Hypoptopoma gulare

Hypoptopoma inexspectatum

Hypoptopoma joberti

Hypoptopoma psilogaster

Hypoptopoma steindachneri

Hypoptopoma thoracatum

Hypostomus affinis

Hypostomus agna

Catfish

Hypostomus albopunctatus

Hypostomus ancistroides

Hypostomus angipinnatus

Hypostomus argus

Hypostomus asperatus

Catfish

Hypostomus atropinnis

Catfish

Hypostomus bolivianus

Catfish

Hypostomus boulengeri

Hypostomus brevicauda

Hypostomus brevis

Hypostomus carinatus

Hypostomus carvalhoi

Hypostomus chrysostiktos

Catfish

Hypostomus coppenamensis

Hypostomus corantijni

Hypostomus cordovae

Hypostomus crassicauda

Hypostomus denticulatus

Hypostomus derbyi

Hypostomus dlouhyi

Hypostomus ericae

Hypostomus ericius

Hypostomus faveolus

Hypostomus fluviatilis

Hypostomus fonchii

Hypostomus francisci

Hypostomus garmani

Hypostomus goyazensis

Hypostomus hemicochliodon

Hypostomus hemiurus

Hypostomus heraldoi

Hypostomus hermanni

Hypostomus hoplonites

Hypostomus iheringii

Hypostomus interruptus

Hypostomus isbrueckeri

Hypostomus itacua

Hypostomus jaguribensis

Hypostomus johnii

Catfish

Hypostomus latifrons

Hypostomus latirostris

Hypostomus lexi

Hypostomus