African carp

The African carp lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

The first 30kg African carp from Bin el Ouidane, Morocco The future looks bright for the new big fish mega water Bin el Ouidane as the first rod caught African 30kg Carp was landed in June. More

African carp is a common name that may refer to several different species of fishes: * Labeo brachypoma * Labeo coubie * Labeo cylindricus * Labeo More

The first 30kg African carp from Bin el Ouidane, Morocco - 0 views carp fishing morocco shared by Fraser Cairns on 05 Aug 07 - Snapshot ... More

, This is African carping at its best... Close to Johannesburg Airport... Carpin heaven.... More

African carp, Labeo coubie in the Cross River, Southeastern, Nigeria Ezekiel O. Ayotunde*; Stephen N. Ochang and Irom B. More

Carp Scientific Names: African carp Labeo coubie African carp Labeo parvus African carp Labeo senegalensis African carp Mormyrops oudoti African carp Labeo brachypoma African carp Labeo cylindricus African carp Labeo mesops African carp Mormyrops anguilloides Aischgrund carp Cyprinus carpio carpio Amur carp Cyprinus carpio haematopterus Amur More

The South African Carp Society is a member based organisation with the sole focus of promoting the sport of catch and release carp angling in Southern Africa. The South African Carp Society started out on the 1st of October 2008. More

South African carp fishing chases a rather handsome animal that was brought to this country nearly 300 years ago. It's settled in rather well and now provides entertainment to a growing sector of the angling community. More

Common names

African carp in English
Elephant fish in Creole, English
Heponorsukala in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Milligi in Hausa (‫هَوُسَ)
Noagbeyibor in Ewe (Ɛʋɛgbɛ)
Nuagbemazu in Irish (Gaeilge)
Rypoun bamacký in Czech (česky)
Rypoun konský in Czech (česky)
Trunkfish in English
乌氏拟长颌鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
烏氏擬長頜魚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Osteoglossiformes
Family : Mormyridae
Genus : Mormyrops
Species : Mormyrops caballus
Authority : Pellegrin, 1927