Gymnarchidae

Gymnarchidae

[‚jim′närk·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A monotypic family of electrogenic fishes in the order Osteoglossiformes in which individuals lack pelvic, anal, and caudal fins.
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Adebisi documented families like Cichlidae, Channidae, Gymnarchidae, Latidae, Hepsetidae, Clariidae, Osteoglossidae, e.t.c., as fauna resources of the lake [2].
(Bagridae), Gymnarchus niloticus (Gymnarchidae), Hepsetus odoe (Hepsetidae) and Hydrocynus forskalii (Characidae) which were predominant one year after impoundment.
A comparative study of the parasitic helminth fauna of Gymnarchus niloticus (Gymnarchidae) and Heterotis niloticus (Osteoglossidae) from Lekki Lagoon, Lagos, Nigeria.