Twee redfin

It is endemic to the Western Cape Province of South Africa, where it occurs in the upper Olifants River and its tributaries – the Biedou, Boontjies, Boskloof, Breekkrans, Driehoeks, Dwars, Eselbank, Jan Dissels, Matijes, Noordhoeks, Oudste, Ratels, Rondegat, Thee and Tra Tra Rivers – near Clanwilliam and Keerom.

The Twee redfin is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Twee River Redfin (Barbus erubescens) or simply Twee Redfin is a ray-finned fish species in the family Cyprinidae. It is placed in the "wastebin genus" Barbus – the typical barbels and relatives – by default. More

Twee redfin - It is a smallish fish, just about 40 to 45 mm long at sexual maturity and twice as long when fully grown. More

Your Query twee redfin returns 1 taxon entries: Name Taxonid Name Class Rank Lineage Image twee redfin 137030 common More

twee redfin twee redfin (Barbus erubescens) (Barbus erythrozonus) mangar mangar (Barbus esocinus) (Barbus ethiopicus) (Barbus euboicus) (Barbus eurystomus) orangefin barb orangefin barb (Barbus eutaenia) (Barbus evansi) More

Twee redfin, Twee River redfin Zones temp�r�es benthopélagique Eau douce Eau saumâtre Eau de mer Pêcherie Appâts Aquariophilie More

Twee Redfin, Twee River Redfin Common Names in Mandarin Chinese: 紅鰭魮 Common Names in Welsh: Twb Y Dail Description - Family More

Common names

Barbus erubescens in Catalan (Català)
Clanwilliam redfin in Unknown
Parmička jihoafrická in Czech (česky)
Twee redfin in English
Twee River redfin in English
Tweerivier-rooivlerkie in Afrikaans
紅鰭魮 in Mandarin Chinese
红鳍魮 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Barbus
Species : Barbus calidus
Authority : Skelton, 1974