2 edition of Systematics and zoogeography of the American cyprinid fish Notropis (Opsopoeodus) emiliae found in the catalog.
Systematics and zoogeography of the American cyprinid fish Notropis (Opsopoeodus) emiliae
Carter Rowell Gilbert
Bibliography: p. 28-33.
|Statement||by Carter R. Gilbert and Reeve M. Bailey.|
|Series||University of Michigan. Occasional papers of the Museum of Zoology, no. 664, Occasional papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan ;, no. 664.|
|Contributions||Bailey, Reeve M. joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL638.C94 G47|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||72612170|
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– Google ScholarCited by: Notropis bifrenatus, the bridle shiner, occurs from southeastern Canada along the Atlantic slope of the United States to the Neuse River drainage in North Carolina. First records from the Rappahannock, York, James, Chowan, and Neuse drainages are documented.
This species inhabits lentic and moderate to low gradient lotic situations. Reports of its capture in waters of low salinity are Cited by: 4.
Chromosomal NOR Phenotypes of Seven Species of North American Cyprinidae, with Comments on Cytosystematic Relationships of the Notropis volucellus Species. Chromosomal NORs as taxonomic and systematic characters in North American cyprinid fish systematics is based on the premise that the distribution of the American cyprinid fish Notropis.
Excerpt from Morphometric Variation and Life History of the Cyprinid Fish Notropis Stramineus (Cope) Diagnosis - Circumference scales ; postorbital length of head percent of standard length; orbital diameter more than 8 percent of standard length; head width less than 15 percent of standard length; predorsal scale-rows usually Author: Jülide Tanyolaç.
A further analysis of isozyme variability at the Pgm-A and Gpi-A loci may clarify the relationship between N. cornutus and N. chrysocephalus. Introduction The cyprinid genus Notropis contains the most species and is the most taxonomically confusing of the North American teleost by: Pages in category "Cyprinid fish of North America" The following 35 pages are in this category, out of 35 total.
This list may not reflect recent changes (). Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Geographic Variation in the North American Cyprinid Fish, Hybopsis gracilis - Free Ebook Project Gutenberg.
American cyprinid species. The distributions of DNA values within populations of the 49 cyprinid species were essentially continuous and normal. The proportion of DNA which apparently is free to vary quantitatively within cyprinid populations appears be be-tween 4 and 5 % of the genome.
The distribution of DNA values among cyprinid speciesCited by: Gilbert, C. and Bailey, R. Systematics and zoogeography of the American cyprinid fish Notropis (Opsopoeodus) emiliae.
Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan,Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, Number 35 pages with 2 plates. Phylogeny and Zoogeography of the Cyprinid Hemicultrine Group (Cyprinidae: Cultrinae) Ying-Gui Dai1,2 and Jun-Xing Yang2,* 1Animal Science College, Guizhou University, Guiyang, GuizhouChina 2Department of Systematic Zoology, Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming, YunnanChina (Accepted September 4, ).
A highly repeated, satellite DNA family from the North American cyprinid fish, Notropis lutrensis, was identified as a fragment band following re Cited by: The choice of freshwater aquarium you plan to set up often begins with the choice of tropical fish species you would like to keep in it.
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Notropis mekistocholas, aNewHerbivorous Cyprinid Fish ~ndernic totheCapeFearRiverBasin,North Carolina FRA1"lKLINF. SNELSON, JR. Notropis mekistocholas isdescribed asanew species. It isunusual within the genus in exhibiting herbivorous adaptations-an elongate, convoluted intestine and black peritoneum.
It iscompared with N. Reference no. Description Year Named Used: Page: Linnaeus, C., Systema naturae per regna tria naturae, secundum classes, ordinus, genera, species, cum. Notropis, commonly known as the eastern shiners or simply shiners, is a genus of cyprinid fish found in North America, and is the second largest genus of freshwater fish on the continent.
Information about the classification of the Genus Notropis. Includes facts, pictures and articles. SYNOPSIS: A type catalogue is presented for the North American cyprinid fish genus Notropis.
This genus, as presently constituted, is the largest of any group of North American fishes, com- prising valid described species and subspecies ( respectively, of which one of the.
Four species of Capoeta (C. baliki, C. banarescui, C. sieboldii and C. ekmekciae) have been reported from Black Sea drainages, to date. We recognised an additional species in the Ezine Stream in the Southern Black Sea basin. Based on the analysis of 21 metric and 8 meristic data, we concluded that the Ezine Stream population forms a distinct, unnamed species, which we have Author: Mahmut Elp, Mustafa İbrahim Osmanoğlu, Ali Eslem Kadak, Davut Turan.
North America: St. Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada to Altamaha and upper Chattahoochee River in Georgia, USA; Hudson Bay, Great Lakes, and Mississippi River basins from Ontario, Canada to Mackenzie River drainage in Canada and south to northern Ohio. Systematics and zoogeography of the American cyprinid fish Notropis (Opsopoeodus) emiliae.
Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology of the University of Michigan Gilbert, C.R., R.C. Cashner & E.O. Wiley. An analysis of the systematics, zoogeography and evolution of the Dolly Varden char species complex in British Columbia is presented. These features of this species complex and the morphometric statistical procedures used in these analyses have both long been the subjects of strong debate and also have recently seen much renewed interest and work.
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Never before has the genus been demonstrated to be monophyletic. We investigate both the phylogenetic relationships and the phylogeography of some species in the genus using mitochondrial ND2 sequences. In no analysis is the genus resolved as monophyletic if Notropis harperiCited by: 2.
Type catalogue of the North American cyprinid fish genus Notropis. Behavior and ecology of the rock iguana, Cyclura carinata Taxonomy and ecology of the genus Chasmodes (Pisces Blenniidae) with a discussion of its zoogeography.
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'~'l M/^ '., The taxonomy, systematics, and zoogeography of Hypsibarbus, a new genus of large barbs (Pisces, Cyprinidae) from the rivers of southeastern Asia. University of California Publications in Zoology v. i-xiii, FEEDING PATTERNS OF SOME CYPRINID FISH LARVAE IN LICHEÑSKIE AND GOS£AWSKIE LAKES IN Halina Wilkoñska, Aleksandra Strelnikova* The Stanis³aw Sakowicz Inland Fisheries Institute in Olsztyn *Institute of Biology of Inland Waters Russian Ac.
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