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Banded killifish
Notothenioidei
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Descripton

The banded killifish (Fundulus diaphanus), is a North American species of temperate freshwater killifish belonging to the Fundulus genus of the Fundulidae family. The natural geographic range extends from Newfoundland to South Carolina, and west to Minnesota. It occupies the Great Lakes drainages. The banded killifish is the only freshwater killifish found in the Northeastern United States, but can occasionally be found in brackish water.


Descripton

Bovichtidae Pseudaphritidae Eleginopidae Nototheniidae Harpagiferidae Artedidraconidae Bathydraconidae Channichthyidae See text for genera.
The Antarctic icefish belong to the perciform suborder Notothenioidei and are the largely endemic, dominant fish taxa in the cold continental shelf waters surrounding Antarctica. At present, the suborder includes eight families with 43 genera and 122 species. Although the Southern Ocean is relatively well sampled, new species of notothenioids are still being described.
 
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