Common carp Cyprinus carpio, copyright Ferran Turmo Gort.

Belongs within: Cypriniformes.

The Cyprininae are a group of carps found in Eurasia and Africa, many of which possess two pairs of barbels (Bond 1996).

    |--Gibelion catlaB96
    |    |--C. molitorellaB96
    |    |--C. mrigalaPP07 [=Cerrhina mrigalaPH72]
    |    `--C. rebaRM72
    |    |--C. idella (Valenciennes 1844)SE08
    |    `--C. piceusT90
    |    |--C. auratus (Linnaeus 1758)OE97
    |    |    |--C. a. auratusSM03
    |    |    `--C. a. langsdorfiiSM03
    |    |--C. buergeriT90
    |    |    |--C. b. buergeriT90
    |    |    `--C. b. grandoculisT90
    |    |--C. carassius (Linnaeus 1758)SE08
    |    |--C. cuvieriT90
    |    `--C. gibelio (Bloch 1782)SE08
    `--Cyprinus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. alburnus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. aphya Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. aspius Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. auratus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. ballerus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. barbus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. bjoerkna Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. brama Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. carassius Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. carpio Linnaeus 1758SE08
         |    |--C. c. carpioPP07
         |    `--C. c. communisPP07
         |--C. cephalus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. cultratus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. dentex Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. dobula Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. erythrophthalmus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. farenus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. gobio Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. grislagine Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. idbarus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. idus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. jeses Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. leuciscus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. nasus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. niloticus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. orfus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. phoxinus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. rutilus Linnaeus 1758L58
         |--C. tinca Linnaeus 1758L58
         `--C. vimba Linnaeus 1758L58

*Type species of generic name indicated


[B96] Bond, C. E. 1996. Biology of Fishes 2nd ed. Saunders College Publishing: Fort Worth.

[L58] Linnaeus, C. 1758. Systema Naturae per Regna Tria Naturae, secundum classes, ordines, genera, species, cum characteribus, differentiis, synonymis, locis. Tomus I. Editio decima, reformata. Laurentii Salvii: Holmiae.

[OE97] Obermeyer, B. K., D. R. Edds, C. W. Prophet & E. J. Miller. 1997. Freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in the Verdigris, Neosho, and Spring River basins of Kansas and Missouri, with emphasis on species of concern. American Malacological Bulletin 14 (1): 41–55.

[PP07] Pandey, R. P., & P. M. Padhye. 2007. Studies on phytodiversity of Arid Machia Safari Park-Kailana in Jodhpur (Rajasthan). Bulletin of the Botanical Survey of India 49: 15–78.

[PH72] Pillai, R. S., & S. J. S. Hattar. 1972. Rain of fish in Shillong, Meghalaya. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 69 (1): 202–204.

[RM72] Rajagopal, K. V., & V. Muddanna. 1972. Two unique methods of fishing for cobitids in the Tungabhadra River. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 69 (2): 429–432.

[SM03] Saitoh, K., M. Miya, J. G. Inoue, N. B. Ishiguro & M. Nishida. 2003. Mitochondrial genomics of ostariophysan fishes: perspectives on phylogeny and biogeography. Journal of Molecular Evolution 56: 464–472.

[SE08] Sevcsik, A., & T. Erös. 2008. A revised catalogue of freshwater fishes of Hungary and the neighbouring countries in the Hungarian Natural History Museum (Pisces). Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 100: 331–383.

[T90] Taguchi, S. 1990. Nihon no Sakana. Kogakukan: Tokyo.

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