Algerian barb

The Algerian Barb is a ray-finned fish species in the family Cyprinidae.

The Algerian barb lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

2000 grey Algerian Barb stallion (Lahdjar More

The Algerian Barb (Barbus callensis) is a ray-finned fish species in the family Cyprinidae. It is found in Algeria and Tunisia (and perhaps Morocco). Its natural habitats are rivers, freshwater lakes, and water storage areas. More

one may speak of the Algerian Barb, the Moroccan Barb, the Tunisian Barb, the Libyan Barb. The true Barb horse does not resemble the Arabian in conformation or disposition. It has a convex ("ram") head, where the Arabian has a concave, or dished, profile. More

Algerian Barb See Barbus callensis Alkali Cichlid See Stomatepia mariae Allans Licorice Gourami See Parosphromenus allani Allaundi Cichlid See Astatoreochromis alluaudi Allenbatrachus grunniens (Linnaeus 1758, Bi:866 Batrachus grunniens, B3:939 More

Common names

Algerian barb in English
Atlasbarbi in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Parma figujská in Czech (česky)
Parmicka alžírská in Czech (česky)
Parmička alžírská in Czech (česky)
卡伦魮 in Mandarin Chinese
卡倫魮 in Mandarin Chinese
阿尔及利亚魮 in Mandarin Chinese
阿爾及利亞魮 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Barbus
Species : Barbus callensis
Authority : Valenciennes, 1842