Snowtrout

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A snowtrout is any of a number of ray-finned fishes from the Himalayas region. These cyprinids resemble the very distantly related trouts in habitus due to convergent evolution.

Genera containing "snowtrouts" are:

The species most often called "the snowtrout" is Schizothorax richardsonii, but locally the term may refer to any other snowtrout species.