Killi

Adrianichthyidae
Adrianichthyinae
Oryziinae

Rice fish


Ambassidae
Ambassis
Parambassis

Glassfish


Archiridae

Flatfishes


Badidae
Badis
Dario

Badis


Batrachoidinae
Batrachus

Toadfish


Blenniidae
Blenniinae
Salariinae

Black Crappie (Pomoxis nigromaculatus) printed at the SCMBAS Gyotaku session. - Joe Cutler
Enneacanthus
Lepomis

Sunfish


Channidae

Snakeheads


Datnioidae

Tigerfish


Esociformes
Umbridae

Mud Minnows


Galaxiidae
Galaxiinae

Smelts


Gasterosteidae
Gasterosteus
Pungitius

Sticklebacks



Indostomas

Paradox fish


Monodactylidae
argenteus

Monos


Mormyridae
Campylomormyrus
Marcusenius Pollimyrus

Whales and Elephants


One of the most evolved and intelligent of fishes, all possess an electrical system used to at the very least serve as an addition sense. All are on different frequencies so the possibility exists they communication with some sort of fish wifi.

If you were intelligent and had something like this how cold you not use it for at least some soft of communication? This might explain the different frequencies?


Mullet


Neoceratodontidae
Neoceratodus

Lungfish


Ophidiidae
Neobythitinae
Ophidiinae

Tusk eels

Included for completeness, these are some of the oldest fishes on earth. One holds the record for deepest fish ever found.


Pantodontidae
Pantodon

Butterfly fish


Phractolaemidae
Phractolaemus

Proto tetra


Polycentridae
Polycentrus

Polypterus
bichir delhezi endlicherii
ornatipinnis palmas weeksii

Bichir


Potamotrygonidae
Paratrygon
Potamotrygon

Rays


Retropinnidae
Retropinninae

Australian Smelt


Syngnathidae
Nerophinae
Syngnathinae

Pipefish


Tarumaniidae

Dinofish

A family erected for a single primative species of fish nearly halfway between an eel and wolf fish (Holpias) that has an inflatable adipose fin.


Terapontidae
Hephaestus

Target fish


Tetraodontidae
Carinotetraodon Colomesus
Leiodon Pao Tetraodon

Puffers


Tetrarogidae

Toxotidae
Toxotes

Archer Fish


Zenarchopteridae
Dermogenys
Hemirhamphodon Nomorhamphus

Halfbeaks


cave
Amblyopsis Astynax Barbatula Iranocypris
Milyeringa Phreatichthys Prietella Typhlichthys

Blind fish

In several places around the world fish have evolved cit off from all light for a very long time. Although not necessarily related to each other there are grouped here instead out of ichthyological curiosity.

Oliver Lucanus wrote a good article about these fish here.








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