Poeciliini

Limia

Luis Rivas in his paper entitled ‘Eight new species of Poeciliid fishes of the genus Limia from Hispaniola’ categorised the genus Limia into Limia and orthodontolimia.

Limia

Orthodontolimia

Micropoecilia

  • Micropoecilia bifurca
  • Micropoecilia branneri
  • Micropoecilia minima
  • Micropoecilia picta

Pamphorichthys

  • Pamphorichthys araguaiensis
  • Pamphorichthys hasemani
  • Pamphorichthys hollandi
  • Pamphorichthys minor
  • Pamphorichthys pertapeh
  • Pamphorichthys scalpridens
  • Limia fuscomaculata
  • Limia garnieri
  • Limia grossidens
  • Limia immaculata
  • Limia miragoanensis
  • Limia ornata
  • Limia mandibularis

Phallichthys

  • Phallichthys amates
  • Phallichthys fairweatheri
  • Phallichthys quadripunctatus
  • Phallichthys tico

Poecilia

  • Poecilia boesemani
  • Poecilia butleri
  • Poecilia catemaconis
  • Poecilia caucana
  • Poecilia caudofasciata
  • Poecilia chica
  • Poecilia dauli
  • Poecilia dominicensis
  • Poecilia elegans
  • Poecilia formosa
  • Poecilia gillii
  • Poecilia hispaniolana
  • Poecilia hondurensis
  • Poecilia kempkesi
  • Poecilia koperi
  • Poecilia kykesis
  • Poecilia latipinna
  • Poecilia latipunctata
  • Poecilia marcellinoi
  • Poecilia maylandi
  • Poecilia mechthildae
  • Poecilia mexicana
  • Poecilia nicholsi
  • Poecilia obscura
  • Poecilia orri
  • Poecilia parae
  • Poecilia petenensis
  • Poecilia reticulata
  • Poecilia rositae
  • Poecilia salvatoris
  • Poecilia sarrafae
  • Poecilia sphenops
  • Poecilia sulphuraria
  • Poecilia teresae
  • Poecilia vandepolli
  • Poecilia velifera
  • Poecilia vivipara
  • Poecilia waiapi
  • Poecilia wandae
  • Poecilia wingei

Xiphophorus

The fishes of the genus Xiphophorus are generally thought of as two groups swordtails and platies. There is no scientific reason for this, it is only a carry over from previous generations that has stayed with us over the years.

Swordtails

Platies