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Actual Scientific name : French name English name
Acapoeta tanganicae    
Barbus afrovernayi   Spottail barb  
Barbus altianalis   Ripon barbel 
Barbus apleurogramma   East african red finned barb 
Barbus brachygramma   Linespotted ufipa barb 
Barbus brevidorsalis   Dwarf barb  
Barbus caudovittatus    
Barbus eutaenia   Orangefin barb  
Barbus fasciolatus   African banded barb  
Barbus haasianus   Sickle barb  
Barbus humeralis    
Barbus innocens   Inconspicious barb 
Barbus lineomaculatus   Line-spotted barb 
Barbus luapulae    
Barbus lufukiensis    
Barbus lukindae    
Barbus lukusiensis    
Barbus luluae    
Barbus macrotaenia   Broadband barb  
Barbus marmoratus    
Barbus miolepis   Zigzag barb  
Barbus multilineatus   Copperstripe barb  
Barbus neumayeri   Neumayer's barb  
Barbus nigrifilis    
Barbus paludinosus   Straightfin barb  
Barbus pellegrini   Pellegrin's barb  
Barbus platyrhinus    
Barbus pseudognathodon    
Barbus radiatus radiatus   Redeye barb  
Barbus stappersii    
Barbus taeniopleura    
Barbus trachypterus    
Barbus trimaculatus   Threespot barb  
Barbus tropidolepis    
Barbus unitaeniatus   Slender barb  
Barbus urostigma    
Chelaethiops congicus    
Chelaethiops elongatus    
Chelaethiops minutus    
Coptostomabarbus wittei   Upjaw barb  
Labeo altivelis   Rednose labeo  
Labeo annectens    
Labeo ansorgii   Cunene labeo  
Labeo congoro   Purple labeo  
Labeo cylindricus   Redeye labeo 
Labeo dhonti    
Labeo fuelleborni   Fuelleborn's labeo  
Labeo kibimbi    
Labeo lineatus    
Labeo longipinnis    
Labeo luluae    
Labeo parvus    
Labeo weeksii   Sicklefin labeo  
Leptocypris weynsii    
Opsaridium boweni    
Opsaridium ubangiense    
Opsaridium zambezense   Barred minnow  
Raiamas moorii   Lake Rukwa minnow  
Raiamas salmolucius    

Warning :

This database was established according to official pieces of work and with the help of famous scientists. However, there might be some errors.

The vernacular names were collected in the field and in the colonial literature from the first part of the 20th century. The monks who established the first dictionaries were not necessarily informed naturalists. Therefore, errors must have been committed.

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