List of freshwater fish of Russia

List of freshwater fish of Russia includes species of freshwater fish found in Russian Federation, and includes those introduced.

AcipenseriformesEdit

Acipenseridae (Sturgeons)Edit

Polyodontidae (Paddlefishes)Edit

ClupeiformesEdit

Clupeidae (Herring, shads, sardines, and menhadens))Edit

SalmoniformesEdit

SalmonidaeEdit

Subfamily SalmoninaeEdit

Subfamily CoregoninaeEdit

Subfamily ThymallinaeEdit

OsmeriformesEdit

Osmeridae (Freshwater smelts, typical smelts)Edit

EsociformesEdit

Esocidae (Pikes)Edit

Umbridae (Mudminnows)Edit

AnguilliformesEdit

Anguillidae (Freshwater eels)Edit

CypriniformesEdit

CyprinidaeEdit

Catostomidae (Suckers)Edit

Nemacheilidae (Stone loaches)Edit

Cobitidae (True loaches)Edit

BotiidaeEdit

SiluriformesEdit

SiluridaeEdit

Bagridae (Naked catfishes, bagrid catfishes)Edit

IctaluridaeEdit

BeloniformesEdit

Adrianichthyidae (Ricefishes)Edit

CyprinodontiformesEdit

PoeciliidaeEdit

GadiformesEdit

Lotidae (Rocklings)Edit

GasterosteiformesEdit

Gasterosteidae (Sticklebacks)Edit

SyngnathiformesEdit

SyngnathidaeEdit

PerciformesEdit

Percichthyidae (Temperate perches)Edit

Moronidae (Temperate bassess)Edit

CentrarchidaeEdit

PercidaeEdit

Cichlidae (Cichlids)Edit

Odontobutidae (Freshwater sleepers)Edit

Gobiidae (Gobies)Edit

Channidae (Snakeheads)Edit

ScorpaeniformesEdit

Cottidae (Cottids)Edit

Cottocomephoridae (Bighead sculpins, Baikal sculpins)Edit

This entire family is mostly endemic to Russia, where it found in Lake Baikal and surrounding lakes and rivers.

ComephoridaeEdit

This entire family is endemic to Russia, Lake Baikal.

Abyssocottidae (Deep-water sculpins)Edit

This entire family is endemic to Russia, Lake Baikal.

ReferencesEdit