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Cyprinodontiformes (killifishes)

Wikipedia Abstract

Cyprinodontiformes /ˌsaɪprɨnɵˌdɒntɨˈfɔrmiːz/ is an order of ray-finned fish, comprising mostly small, freshwater fish. Many popular aquarium fish, such as killifish and live-bearers, are included. They are closely related to the Atheriniformes and are occasionally included with them.
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Family

Anablepidae (four-eyes) (18)
Aplocheilidae (Rivuline) (14)   (1)
Cyprinodontidae (killifishes, pupfishes, and toothcarps) (136)   (29)
Fundulidae (killifishes and topminnows) (44)   (3)
Goodeidae (goodeid topminnows and splitfins) (49)   (13)
Nothobranchiidae (262)   (35)
Poeciliidae (livebearers and topminnows) (353)   (11)   (5)
Profundulidae (Killifish) (8)   (1)
Rivulidae (rivulines) (391)   (1)
Valenciidae (Toothcarp) (3)   (2)

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