Radiant fish species and class, features and characteristics | A photo

Luchye are called a subclass of bone fish, the very first radiant fish appeared about 350,000,000 years ago. At the moment, radiant fish are the most diverse, as well as a large group among all fish. Luchepe are distinguished by the lipstepers in that they have a bone spine, the few still preserve the chord, or its remnants.

Serving view

Herring are called many planktonic fish, most of the fish from this species are sea, some of them are passing, and far few of them are freshwater. They are widespread from Subantarctic to the Arctic, a large number of genera and species can be found in the tropics. Less species are found in moderate waters.

Pacific herring (lat. Clupea Pallasii)

Atlantic herring (latch. Clupea Harengus)

ANCOUS (lat. Engraulis)

Sardina (lat. Sardina pilchardus)

Salmon view

This is a family of radiant fish, which belong to a salmonshaped salmon. The composition of this family contains different types of fish, the most famous representatives of this family are Symga, Gorbush, as well as omul. The most famous collective names of several types are salmon and trout. They live in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, in the fresh waters of the northern hemisphere.

Gorbusha (lat. Oncorhynchus gorbuscha)

Atlantic salmon (salmon, lat. Salmo salar)

Keta (lat. Oncorhynchus Keta)

Trout (lat. Salmo Trutta)

Harius European (lat. Thymallus Thymallus)

Harius Mongolian (lat. Thymallus Brevirostris)

Harius Siberian (Lat. Thymallus arcticus)

Nerka (Krasnika, Lat. Oncorhynchus nerka)

Omul (Arctic omul, lat. Coregonus autumnalis)

Pelad (cheese, lat. Coregonus Peled)

Carp view

This is a family of radiant fish belonging to a detachment of carpshaped. The body is most often covered with scales, the head is naked. Fat fins are absent, there are no teeth in the mouth, but the lower bones are perfectly developed, like chewing teeth. Some types in the corners of the mouth have short antennae. Representatives of this species are widespread throughout the Earth, but not in most of the territory of South America.

Vobla (lat. Rutilus caspicus)

Taran (Azov-Black Sea Taran, Lat. Rutilus Heckelii)

Crucian carp (lat. CARASSIUS)

Lin (lat. TINCA TINCA)

Bream (ordinary, eastern, Danube bream, lat. Abramis Brama)


This is a family of radiant fish of the codshaped detachment. Representatives of this species live in fresh as well as salty reservoirs located in the Northern Hemisphere. In addition to burbot, all species are marine. There are no thorns in cod fins, spinal fins are most often about three, and anal fins are one or two. The antennae is most often located on the chin, and scales are very small. There are four subfamily, 20 genera, as well as 56 species.

Burbot (lat. Lota Lota)

Atlantic cod (lat. Gadus Morehua)

Pacific cod (lat. Gadus Macrocephalus)

Far Eastern Navaga (Wound, Lat. Eleginus gracilis)

Saika (polar cod, lat. Boreogadus saida)

Far Eastern Pill (Lat. Since 2014. Gadus Chalcogrammus, until 2014. Theragra Chalcogramma)

Northern Putassu (Lat. Micromesistius Poutassou)

Other representatives of radiant fish

Angel fish (Imperial Pramakant, Lat. POMACANTHIDAE)

Murdzhan (Bright-eyed fish-soldier, lat. Myipristis murdjan)

Sea perch (lat. Sebastes)

Sea hobby (lat. Hippocampus)

Labeotropophy (lat. Labeotropheus)

Flying fish (doublewinged, lat. Exocoetidae)

Sturgeon view of the Ganoid group

Sturgeon is a family of valuable fishing fish belonging to the sturgeon squad, from the most famous fish of this species, sturgeon, sterlet, beluga, and t can distinguish of sturgeon.D. Caviar is extracted from certain types of sturgeon, from which delicious caviar is further made. Because of this, these fish are excessively operated, so some species are currently on the verge of disappearance.

Sturgeon (lat. Acipenser)

Sterlad (lat. Acipenser ruthenus)

Beluga (lat. Huso Huso)

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