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Atheriniformes (rainbow fishes and silversides)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Atheriniformes, also known as the silversides, are an order of ray-finned fishes that includes the Old World silversides and several less-familiar families, including the unusual Phallostethidae. The order includes at least 354 species. They are found worldwide in tropical and temperate marine and freshwater environments.
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Family

Atherinidae (silversides) (71)   (2)
Atherinopsidae (110)   (9)
Bedotiidae (Silverside) (16)   (12)
Dentatherinidae (Silverside) (1)
Isonidae (5)
Melanotaeniidae (rainbow fishes) (90)   (3)
Notocheiridae (Surf sardine) (1)
Phallostethidae (phallostedhid priapriumfishes) (23)   (1)
Pseudomugilidae (Blueeye) (18)   (3)
Telmatherinidae (Rainbowfish) (18)

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