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Monotypic tropical cyprinids

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Barbs, Danios, and Rasboras form the largest groups of tropical cyprinids, but are not the only ones. This article deals with the smaller groups, including the sharks and flying foxes. These fish are from a variety of climes, and each requires special water conditions. Silver Shark Copper-nosed Minnow Crossocheilus Oblongus Siamese Flying Fox Red-tailed Black Shark Red-finned Shark Ruby Shark Maroon Shark Apollo Shark Black Shark Hasselt's Bony-lipped Barb Monotypic tropical cyprinids/Bibliography

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