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Chub is a common fish name. It pertains to any one of a number of ray-finned fish in several families and genera. In Europe, the term "chub" usually refers to the European chub (Squalius cephalus). See Sea chub.
Other fish called "chubs" are:
In family Cyprinidae
- Bigeye chub, genus Hybopsis
- Creek chub, genus Semotilus
- Fallfish, genus Semotilus
- European chub, genus Squalius
- Flame chub, Hemitremia flammea (a monotypic genus)
- Flathead chub, genus Platygobio
- Hornyhead chub, genus Nocomis
- Lake chub, genus Couesius
- Least chub, Iotichthys phlegethontis (a monotypic genus)
- Leatherside chub, Snyderichthys copei (a monotypic genus)
- Oregon chub, genus Oregonichthys
- Ponto-Caspian chub, genus Petroleuciscus
- Slender chub, genus Erimystax
- Western chub, genus Gila (including Siphateles)
- Genus Algansea
- Genus Notropis (eastern shiners) are also sometimes called "chubs"
In other families
- Sea chub, the family Kyphosidae
- Coregonus artedi, commonly known as cisco, lake herring, chub
- Tautog or black porgy
- Bermuda chub, Centrolophus niger
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