Fish - I'm horrified of being touched by or touching fish. Not fish in general - one of my favorite places to visit is the aquarium! But those fish can't touch me. It doesn't matter if they're dead or alive. Can't be around seafood that looks like it's a whole fish or around crabs and lobsters and all that. If it's in pieces though, it's okay.
Unsupported heights- I can stand on a cliff and be fine. I went ziplining in Alaska and was a couple of hundred feet in the air and was OK. But things like cable cars, elevators, airplanes, ladders are scary. Things that are really high in the air that have nothing under them holding them up or things that don't feel securely held.
Horse injury- I get very worried about my horse getting horribly injured, particularly of falling into gopher holes. I think it's a result of the last place I boarded - where I worked. I get nervous about gopher holes, even though the new place I'm at has mostly clay in the fields and very few gophers. They also actually groom their trails but I still get worried about running in the fields so I scout them out first.
Rape- I'm violently afraid of it. Can't watch it on TV, can't really read about it. I generally can avoid shows and movies with it, or at least fast forward those parts. It makes me intensely angry and turns on my fight response in a BIG way.
Standard "girly" fears of bugs, spiders, snakes, worms, etc.
* I'm often reading and posting from mobile and Siri loves to make a mockery of the English language.