Habitats for Cypriniformes
Cypriniform species are extremely variable morphologically and ecologically. The latter is evident from their wide distribution that includes virtually every type of freshwater habitat and an amazing diversity of reproductive and life-history strategies, as discussed by Winfield & Nelson (1991) and MacDonald (2008), and at http://cypriniformes.org/ctol/home.html and http://www.loaches.com/ websites.
Winfield, I. J. and J. S. Nelson (Eds.). 1991. Cyprinid fishes: systematics, biology and exploitation. Chapman and Hall, London.
MacDonald, M. 2008. Loaches: Natural History and Aquarium Care (Hardcover). TFH publications, LTD.MacDonald (2008)
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