M. C. W. Weber, 1913
Adrianichthys is a genus of ricefishes. The genus is endemic to Lake Poso in Sulawesi, Indonesia and all species are highly threatened (two species possibly already extinct). They are larger than the Oryzias ricefish, reaching lengths of 8.5–17.1 cm (3.3–6.7 in) depending on the exact species involved.
There are currently four recognized species in this genus:
- Adrianichthys kruyti M. C. W. Weber, 1913 (Duckbilled buntingi)
- Adrianichthys oophorus (Kottelat, 1990) (Eggcarrying buntingi)
- Adrianichthys poptae (M. C. W. Weber & de Beaufort, 1922) (Popta's buntingi)
- Adrianichthys roseni Parenti & Soeroto, 2004
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