The fish sold at a kiosk at Lembang traditional market in the north of Bandung. In the front part of the picture are the common carp (cyprinus carpio), locally known as ikan mas, and freshwater pomfret, locally known as bawal.
Both common carp and pomfret are farmed locally and are popular food among the local people. The common carp is a native Asian fish. The freshwater pomfret is a native of South American rivers which was introduced to Asia in the early 1980's.
Ikan-ikan yang dijual di salah satu kios ikan di pasar Lembang.