Common barb

The most common barb kept in aquariums are the cherry barb (pink/red in colour) and the tiger barb (silver body with thick, black stripes and red fin on it's belly) . More

photo of whole fish, side viewdiagram of stages of growth of common barbCommon Barb or Two-spot Barb Puntius binotatus Ikan Puteh, name in chinese characters 18 cm; near-bottom to midwater dweller. Indigenous, common. Forest streams, some rural streams and drains. More

common barb (pole) that can be directed (thrown) in two (double) directions. How They Work An electromagnet moves a valve piston to direct air flow through the valve. A spring causes the piston to block the N.C. More

The spotted barb or common barb, Puntius binotatus, is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the Cyprininae sub-family of the (Cyprinidae) family. It originates in Asia, in Myanmar and the Mekong of Thailand through Indonesia. It is has also become established as an exotic species in Palau. More

DESCRIPTION: Although this fishis the most common Barb found in theaquarium hobby, there is still a great deal ofconfusion surrounding the various subspeciesor species (depending on whose opinion isbeing expressed, that exist. According tosome, the fish regarded here as B. tetrazonashould, in fact, be a subspecies, B. More

common barberrycommon barberry - upright deciduous European shrub widely naturalized in United States having clusters of juicy berriesBerberis vulgaris, European barberrybarberry - any of numerous plants of the genus Berberis having prickly stems and yellow flowers followed by small red More

A common barb that is often found in shops. They are peaceful but territorial Keep in a large group (ten or more specimens), otherwise small numbers of fish tend to become territorial. More

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Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Puntius
Species : Puntius sealei
Authority : Valenciennes, 1842