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Swaziland's Fishes

Swaziland includes a wide variety of acquatic habitats and a diverse fish fauna. Fifty four species of fishes have been recorded, representing about a fifth of southern Africa's freshwater species. Several alien species have been introduced since the early 1900's, some of which are still well established as angling species. Indigenous species include snoutfishes, ells, barbs, yellowfishes, labeos, catfishes, rock catlets, cichlids and gobies.

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Swaziland's Fish
Malolotja Fish Checklist
Mlawula Fish Checklist


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