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Gonorynchiformes (Gonorhynchid fish)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Gonorynchiformes are an order of ray-finned fish that includes the important food source, the milkfish (Chanos chanos, family Chanidae), and a number of lesser-known types, both marine and freshwater.The alternate spelling "Gonorhynchiformes", with an "h", is frequently seen but not official.Gonorynchiformes have small mouths and no teeth. They are the sole group in the clade Anotophysi, a subgroup of the superorder Ostariophysi.
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Family

Chanidae (milkfishes) (1)
Gonorynchidae (Sand eel) (5)
Kneriidae (Kneria) (30)
Phractolaemidae (African mudfishes) (1)

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