Clariidae

Clariidae

[kla′rī·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of Asian and African catfishes in the suborder Siluroidei.
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Elsheikh (2013) studied in detail the surface structures of the gill arches and gill rakers of three species, Oreochromis niloticus (Cichliformes: Cichlidae) and Chrysichthys auratus and Clarias gariepinus (Siluriformes: Claroteidae and Clariidae, respectively) from the Nile River in Egypt, finding that these structures are correlated with the food and feeding habits of the fishes.
Experimental fish: Fresh water African catfish Clarias gariepinus (Family: Clariidae, Order: Siluriformes) of average (SD) weight and length 23.
The addition of non-native species occurred in the following Orders: Siluriformes (2), Perciformes (2) and Characiformes (1), respectively in the families Callichthyidae (1) and Clariidae (1), Cichlidae (2) and Characidae (1) (Figure 2).
An earthly sangiang in the shape of an elongated catfish with gills (family Clariidae, genus Ciarias).
The lake boasts of a number of fish species including the families Gymnachidae, Characidae, Cichlidae, Clariidae and Cyprinidae among others.
The African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) is locally known as Ikan keli and belongs to the family Clariidae.
It belongs to the family Clariidae, and is found in most African countries including Nigeria [2, 9].
Such infection is however not possible with fish hosts belonging to the Percidae, Anguillidae, Ictaluridae and Clariidae.
Marine 13 Chloroscombrus chrysurus Marine 15 Chloroscombrus latus Marine 13 CICHLIDAE Hemichromis fasciatus Freshwater Sarotherodon melanotheron Freshwater Tilapia guineensis Freshwater Tilapia mariae Freshwater Tilapia zilli Freshwater CITHARIDAE Citharus linguatula Marine CLARIIDAE Clarias sp.
Some species such as the air-breathing catfish (family Clariidae, catfish with gill chambers that allow them to breathe atmospheric oxygen for a while when they are in oxygen-poor water), especially Claris anguillaris and to a lesser extent C.
Lakut Melanogaster Acrochordonichhthys chamaleon Lakut Acrochordonichhthys rugosus Kekel, Jompul Akysis fuscus Akysis polystaphtlodon Breitensteinia insignis Dekat PARAKYSIDAE Parakysis anomalopteryx Dekat SISORIDAE Glyptothorax major Kalakotai Glyptothorax plalypogan Kalakotai Glyptothorax platypogonoides Kalakotai CLARIIDAE Clarias batrachus Kelik, Lele Clarias leiacanthus Kelik, Kelih Clarias meladerma Kelik, Duri Clarias teysmanni Kelik Kuning CHACIDAE Chaca bankanensis Tuka, Beliung, Entuka ARIIDAE Arius polystanphylodon Songot, Ikan perut Djahal, Djahan Arius thalassinus Manyoung utik, Gugup, Baung gugup Cephalocassis melanochir Gugup, Songot Hemiarus stormii Dukang, Gugup, Ikan Dukang Hemipimelodus borneensis Gugup, Anak dukang SALMONI-FORMES SUNDASALANGIDAE Sundasalanx cf.