The Dyaki lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater, pH range: 7.0, depth range 0 - 3 m environment.

dyaki does not have any characters. More

Outside of the grand princely administration, dyaki were also found in ecclesiastical (episcopal) administrations, particularly in Novgorod the Great. In this sense they may be more broadly defined as secretaries or clerks. According to the Life of Archbishop Iona of Novgorod (r. More

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Dyaki says: May 30, 2009 at 10:46 am i suggest magpahemodialysis ka totoy para mawala ang mga nakakatakot mong tigyawat… dumi lang yan… mataas na ang toxic sa blood mo.. More

singers, known as the Gosudarevy pevchie dyaki (The Tsar's Choir), was established under Ivan III in 1479. The number of singers varied but the choir is known to have been divided into stanitsy or sections with five members in each for a total of seven stanitsy or thirty-five singers. More

Dyaki says: May 30, 2009 at 10:40 am whatta F!!! you know? vet quacker? yan ang pumapasok sa isip ko pag nakikita ko si pacman.. More

Common names

bagre in English
bagre in Portuguese (Português)
bagre in Spanish (español)
Bagre negro in Spanish (español)
Bagre sapo in Portuguese (Português)
Bagre sapo in Spanish (español)
Bakadyaki in Creoles and Pidgins, English
Bakadyaki in Djuka
Barbe la-roche in Creole, French
Barbe la-roche in Creoles and Pidgins, French
Barbudo in Portuguese (Português)
Barbudo in Spanish (español)
Blablaroch in Creole, French
Blablaroch in Creoles and Pidgins, French
Capitanejo in Spanish (español)
Catfish in English
chuchin in English
Djaki in Creoles and Pidgins, English
Djaki in Saramaccan
Dyaki in Djuka
Dyaki in English
Guatemala-Antennenwels in German (Deutsch)
Guatemalan chulín in English
Guatemalan chulin in Unknown
Jandia in Portuguese (Português)
juil descolorido in Spanish (español)
Jundiá in Portuguese (Português)
Jundiá in Unknown
Kiki dyaki in Creoles and Pidgins, English
Kiki dyaki in Djuka
Kiki yaki in Creoles and Pidgins, English
Kiki yaki in Djuka
Kyoukyou in Palicur
létkë in South American Indian (Other)
Lëtkë in Wayana
Mani ipiyun in Oyampi
Mani ipiyun in South American Indian (Other)
Mani'ipiyoun in Oyampi
Mani'ipiyoun in South American Indian (Other)
Ñurundiá in Spanish (español)
pale catfish in English
Poson barb in Creole, French
Poson barb in Creoles and Pidgins, French
Rihmamonni in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Silver catfish in English
South American catfish in English
Yaki in Galibi
Yaki in South American Indian (Other)
克林雷氏鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
克林雷氏鲶 in Mandarin Chinese
危地馬拉雷氏鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
危地马拉雷氏鲶 in Mandarin Chinese
奥顿雷氏鲶 in Mandarin Chinese
奧頓雷氏鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
杜基雷氏鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
杜基雷氏鲶 in Mandarin Chinese
灰雷氏鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
灰雷氏鲶 in Mandarin Chinese
瓦氏雷氏鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
瓦氏雷氏鲶 in Mandarin Chinese
萨波雷氏鲶 in Mandarin Chinese
薩波雷氏鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
長鬚雷氏鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
长须雷氏鲶 in Mandarin Chinese
高背雷氏鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
高背雷氏鲶 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Heptapteridae
Genus : Rhamdia
Species : Rhamdia quelen
Authority : Quoy & Gaimard, 1824