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Related FAQs: Pupfishes, Aplocheilid Fishes, Killifishes

Related Articles: Cyprinodontiform Fishes, Killifishes: Part 1 by Dr. Robert J. Goldstein, Killifishes, Part II- The Nothobranchius Family  by Robert J. Goldstein, Ph.D

Cyprinodontids, the Pupfishes & Killifishes, Some More of the Egg-Laying Toothed Carps

Bob Fenner

Fundulus parvipinnis


Cyprinodon macularius Baird & Girard 1853, the Desert Pupfish. Southwestern N. America into northern Mexico. pH range: 7.5 - 8.0; dH range: 13 - 19 To a maximum length of about five cm.s.
http://fishbase.org/Summary/species
Summary.php?ID=3174&genusname=
Cyprinodon&speciesname=macularius

 


Fundulus parvipinnis Girard 1854, the California Killifish. Eastern Pacific; The two Californias, Mexico and U.S. To a maximum length of about four inches. Hard to keep in captivity. Brackish to marine. Birch Aquarium image. 


Jordanella floridae Goode & Bean 1879, the (Florida) Flagfish. To two and a half inches. Record of least number of eggs produced for an egglaying fish species (about twenty, laid over a period of days). Originally found in the St. Johns and Ochlocknee Rivers and drainages of Florida. Aquarium photo.

 


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