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Monotypic Coldwater cyprinids

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Despite being titled "Monotypic", this article is about any Coldwater cyprinid that does not fall neatly into another group

Many fish-keepers' coldwater interests center around Goldfish and Koi, but there are other attractions in this field of the hobby. In spite of their relative obscurity, it is easy to keep different North American fishes, such as shiners and sunfish, as well as bitterlings and some species from Asia. Bitterling Red Shiner European Minnow Fathead Minnow Japanese rose bitterling Bitterling Oily gudgeon Rudd Monotypic Coldwater cyprinids/Bibliography

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