Cyprinini

subfamilia: Cyprininae
tribus: Cyprinini (Bonaparte, 1840)
subtribus: Cyprini (Ishii, 1931)
genus: Cyprinus (Linnaeus, 1758)
Cyprinus priscus - Miocene locality: Unterkirchberg, Allgšau, Germany
Cyprinus yilongensis (Yang et al., 1977) IUCN - extinct 1996 locality: China
Cyprinus carpio (Linnaeus, 1758) IUCN Vulnerable
Cyprinus carpio carpio (Linnaeus, 1758)
Cultivar: Cyprinus carpio carpio morpha domestica
Cyprinus carpio haematopterus (Martens, 1876)
Cyprinus carpio viridiviolaceus (Lacepede, 1803)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio communis (Linnaeus, 1758)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio specularis (LacepŤde, 1803)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio lacustris (Fitzinger, 1832)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio elongatus (Walecki, 1863)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio monstrosus (Walecki, 1863)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio caspicus (Walbaum, 1792)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio oblongus (Antipa, 1909)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio anatolicus (Hanko, 1924)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio aralensis (Spiczakow, 1935)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio fluviatilis (Pravdin, 1945)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio longicirri (Misik, 1958)
Syn: Cyprinus carpio brevicirri (Misik, 1958)
Cyprinus rubrofuscus (Lacepede, 1803)
Cyprinus micristius (Regan, 1906) IUCN Critically Endangered
Cyprinus intha (Annandale, 1918)
Cyprinus cocsa (Hamilton, 1922)
Cyprinus pellegrini (Tchang, 1933)
Cyprinus yunnanensis (Tchang, 1933)
Cyprinus multitaeniata (Pellegrin & Chevey, 1936)
Cyprinus megalophthalmus (Wu et al., 1963)
Cyprinus chilia (Wu, Yang & Huang, 1963)
Cyprinus dai (Nguyen & Doan, 1969)
Cyprinus barbatus (Chen & Huang, 1977)
Cyprinus daliensis (Chen & Huang, 1977)
Cyprinus fuxianensis (Yang et al., 1977)
Cyprinus longipectoralis (Chen & Huang, 1977)
Cyprinus longzhouensis (Yang & Hwang, Chen & Huang, 1977)
Cyprinus ilishaestomus (Chen & Huang, 1977)
Cyprinus exophthalmus (Mai, 1978)
Cyprinus acutidorsalis (Wang, 1979)
Cyprinus qionghaiensis (Liu, 1981)
Cyprinus mahuensis (Liu & Ding, 1982)
Cyprinus hyperdorsalis (Nguyen, 1991)
Cyprinus centralus (Nguyen & Mai, 1994)
genus: Palaeocarassius (ObrhelovŠ, 1970)
Palaeocarassius priscus (Meyer, 1852) Middle Miocene locality: Bavarian
Palaeocarassius mydlovariensis (ObrhelovŠ, 1970) Miocene Kirchberg Fm, Karpatian, southern Germany
Palaeocarassius obesus (Gaudant, 2000)
genus: Carassius (Nilsson, 1832)
Carassius carassius (Linnaeus, 1758)
Carassius carassius jacuticus (Kirillov, 1956)
Carassius auratus (Linnaeus, 1758)
Syn: Carassius auratus buergeri (Temminck & Schlegel, 1846)
Syn: Carassius auratus grandoculis (Temminck & Schlegel, 1846)
Syn: Carassius auratus langsdorfii (Temminck & Schlegel, 1846)
Syn: Carassius auratus wui (Tchang, 1930)
Syn: Carassius auratus cantonensis (Tchang, 1933)
Carassius auratus argenteaphthalmus (Nguyen, 2001)
Carassius gibelio (Bloch, 1782) Syn: Carassius auratus gibelio
Carassius gibelio gibelio (Sakai, Iguchi, Y. Yamazaki, V. G. Sideleva & A. Goto, 2009)
Carassius cuvieri (Temminck & Schlegel, 1846)
Carassius bucephalus (Heckel, 1837)
Carassius burgeri (Temminck & Schlegel)
Carassius coeruleus (Basilewsky, 1855)
Carassius discolor (Basilewsky, 1855)
Carassius ellipticus (Heckel, 1848)
Carassius encobia (Bonaparte, 1845)
Carassius grandoculis (Temminck & Schlegel)
Carassius humilis (Heckel, 1837)
Carassius langsdorfii (Temminck & Schlegel)
Carassius linnaei (Bonaparte, 1845)
Carassius linnei (Malm, 1877)
Carassius linnei lacustrus (Malm, 1877)
Carassius linnei piscinarum (Malm, 1877)
Carassius oblongus (Heckel & Kner)
Carassius pekinensis (Basilewsky, 1855)
Carassius vulgaris (Nordmann, 1840)
Carassius vulgaris capensis (Peters, 1864)
Carassius vulgaris gibbosus (Walecki, 1863)
Carassius vulgaris kolenty (Dybowski, 1877)
Carassius vulgaris subventrosus (Walecki, 1863)
Carassius vulgaris ventrosus (Walecki, 1863)
Carassius vulgarus crassior (Walecki, 1889)
subtribus: Tores
genus: Neolissochilus (Rainboth, 1985)
Neolissochilus hexastichus (McClelland, 1839)
Neolissochilus hexagonolepis (McClelland, 1839)
Neolissochilus spinulosus (McClelland, 1845)
Neolissochilus stevensonii (Day, 1870)
Neolissochilus blythii (Day, 1870)
Neolissochilus innominatus (Day, 1870)
Neolissochilus compressus (Day, 1870)
Neolissochilus stracheyi (Day, 1871)
Neolissochilus dukai (Day, 1878)
Neolissochilus nigrovittatus (Boulenger, 1893)
Neolissochilus soroides (Duncker, 1904)
Neolissochilus longipinnis (Weber & de Beaufort, 1916)
Neolissochilus sumatranus (Weber & de Beaufort, 1916)
Neolissochilus thienemanni (Ahl, 1933)
Neolissochilus benasi (Pellegrin & Chevey, 1936)
Neolissochilus theinemanni (Ahl, 1933) IUCN Vulnerable
Neolissochilus tweediei (Myers, 1937)
Neolissochilus hendersoni (Herre, 1940)
Neolissochilus blanci (Pellegrin & Fang, 1940)
Neolissochilus paucisquamatus (Smith, 1945)
Neolissochilus vittatus (Smith, 1945)
Neolissochilus heterostomus (Chen & Yang, 1999)
Neolissochilus baoshanensis (Chen & Yang, 1999)
Neolissochilus subterraneus (Vidthayanon & Kottelat, 2003)
 
genus: Naziritor (Mirza & Javed, 1985)
Naziritor zhobensis (Mizra, 1967)
 
genus: Tor (Gray, 1833)
Tor tor (Hamilton, 1822)
Tor putitora (Hamilton, 1822)
Tor macrolepis (Heckel, 1838)
Tor progeneius (McClelland, 1839)
Tor mussullah (Sykes, 1839)
Tor khudree (Sykes, 1839)
Tor douronensis (Valenciennes, 1842)
Tor soro (Valenciennes, 1842)
Tor tambra (Valenciennes, 1842)
Tor tambroides (Bleeker, 1854)
Tor brevifilis (Peters, 1881)
Tor sinensis (Wu, 1977)
Tor qiaojiensis (Wu, 1977)
Tor yunnanensis (Wang, Zhuang & Gao, 1982) IUCN Endangered
Tor hemispinus (Chen & Chu, 1985)
Tor kulkarnii (Menon, 1992)
Tor polylepis (Zhou & Cui, 1996)
Tor laterivittatus (Zhou & Cui, 1996)
Tor ater (Roberts, 1999)
Tor barakae (Arunkumar & Basudha, 2003)
Tor yingjiangensis (Chen & Yang, 2004)
Tor remadevii (Kurup & Radhakrishnan, 2011)
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