Family Cyprinidae Bonaparte 1832 (carp-like fish)

Actinopteri - Cypriniformes - Cyprinidae

Parent taxon: Cypriniformes according to R. Betancur-R et al. 2013

See also Böhme 2008, Böhme 2010, Jordan 1963, Mors et al. 2000, Seymour 2004 and Woodward 1901

Sister taxa: Acheilognathidae, Botiidae, Catostomidae, Cobitidae, Gyrinocheilidae, Nemacheilidae, Siluri

Subtaxa: Alisodon Amblypharyngodon Amyzon Aspius Barbinae Barbus Catostomus Cultrinae Cyprininae Cyprinus Ecocarpia Gobio Gobioninae Hexapsephus Leuciscinae Leuciscus Nemachilus Orthodon Palaeoleuciscus Palaeotinca Phoxininae Planktophaga Puntius Rhodeus Thynichthys Tinca Tincinae Xenocyprinae

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Ecology: nektonic omnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of the Congo-Kinshasa (5 collections), the Czech Republic (1), Egypt (5), Ethiopia (1), Hungary (2), Kenya (9), Mexico (1), Niger (2), Portugal (1), the Russian Federation (1), Spain (2), Sudan (1), Syria (1), the United Kingdom (11), United States (12: California, Kansas, Michigan, South Dakota, Virginia)

• Blancan of United States (1: Arizona)

• Pliocene to Holocene of the Congo-Kinshasa (2)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of the Congo-Kinshasa (1), Kenya (8), Spain (3)

• Pliocene of China (1), Ethiopia (1), Kenya (5), Slovakia (1), Spain (7), Ukraine (1), United States (1: California)

• Miocene to Pliocene of Kenya (1), Uganda (2)

• Miocene of Austria (2), China (4), Egypt (1), France (1), Germany (9), Greece (2), Kenya (7), Moldova (1), Nepal (1), Portugal (4), the Russian Federation (1), Saudi Arabia (1), Slovakia (1), South Korea (1), Spain (1), Switzerland (2), Thailand (3), Tunisia (2), Turkey (2), United States (1: Nebraska)

• Oligocene of China (1), the Czech Republic (2), Germany (3), Kazakhstan (1), Romania (1), Switzerland (1), United States (1: Montana)

• Eocene of Canada (1: British Columbia), China (2), Pakistan (1), United States (2: Wyoming), Vietnam (2)

• Jurassic of Greenland (2)

Total: 157 collections including 216 occurrences

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