- Cyprinus + -idae (Wiktionary)
“Of the 34 families represented in the hotspot, minnows (family Cyprinidae) are dominant, followed by killifishes (Nothobranchius spp.).”
“The three most diverse of the 30 different families represented here are minnows and carps (Cyprinidae; 93 species and 11 endemics), river loaches (Balitoridae; 47 species and 14 endemics), and sisorid catfishes (Sisoridae; 34 species and four endemics).”
“Morphological variation and taxonomic status of the Altai osman Qreoleuciscus (Pisces: Cyprinidae) from the upper reaches of the Ob River System.”
“The majority of fish in the hotspot are from two families, Cyprinidae and Balitoridae, while most of the endemic fish are from two genera, Schizothorax and Triplophysa.”
“While most inland waters are dominated by fishes entering from the sea, there is also a significant representation of strictly freshwater groups, including minnows (Cyprinidae) and loaches (Cobitidae and Balitoridae) that have diversified within the hotspot and account for nearly half of the endemic species and three of four endemic genera.”
“Many of these species come from the minnow family Cyprinidae.”
“There were a number of fish bones, comprising the bones of carp (Cyprinus carpio), other cyprinids (Cyprinidae), and catfish (Clarias sp.).”
“In these excavations there appeared not only the _Cyprinidae_ in considerable numbers, but fresh water clams which grew to be as large as those in the most favored streams.”
“Hindoo-koosh should likewise be the exclusive province of a numerous group of small scaled Cyprinidae, met with only in the rivers of”
“Then come loaches, and the beautiful trout-like Opsarion; other Cyprinidae ascend 2,000 or 3,000 feet, the”
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