3 edition of genera of pelmatochromine fishes (Teleostei, Cichlidae) found in the catalog.
genera of pelmatochromine fishes (Teleostei, Cichlidae)
P. H. Greenwood
|Series||Bulletin. Zoology series / British Museum (Natural History) -- 53/3|
|The Physical Object|
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Subclass Chimaerae: Pectoral fins of a normal type. Most arise fro the pituitary, although they can be produced in the hypothalamus, pineal, thyroid and other endocrine glands. Cleavage is meroblastic, i. Gadines are also the more familiar forms, and include such species as codfish, pollocks, haddock, and whiting.
Caudal fin heterocercal, diphycercal or hetero-diphycercal. On the side of the body, extending from the head to the caudal fin, is, in most fishes, a line made up of a series of small tubes which open upon the surface. The developed dorsal fin is separated from the caudal fin by a notch, e. Snout beak-like with upper and or lower jaws greatly prolonged except 2 genera.
Although their manner of swimming is similar and they are superficially similar in appearance, the two groups are not closely related. The intestine has a well-developed spiral valve. By the inclusion of the above chapters the present edition will be more useful to the readers. After his death, some of his pupils continued his ichthyological research.
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Deep sea forms. It could be that the color is in some way related to storage of oxygen. Diphycercal caudal fin. They constitute a sort of transitional group between the teleostei and the amphibians.
As a result, the terms Holostei, Teleostei and Chondrostei have been dropped from most formal classifications.
As the red-end spectra of sunlight are the first to be selectively absorbed in the upper water of the sea this red coloration is a mystery.
Gadines, the most widely distributed subfamily, have their greatest diversity in the Atlantic Ocean, but several species are endemic to Pacific waters. Family Bregmacerotidae Codlets : Body elongated with short head; two dorsal fins, the first dorsal fin longer, with a single ray on the head; the second dorsal fin long; anal fin like second dorsal fin much longer; pelvic fins much longer than the 1st dorsal fin.
Some members of marine fishes and most of the freshwater fishes lay adhesive eggs on aquatic vegetation, rocks, sands and gravels, and single or both sexes of the parents guard the eggs and youngs. Further, there are two types of iridophores or reflecting pigment cells, ones with decidedly larger and smaller quanine crystals.
Danio: Danio fish are known for their activeness, vigilance and liveliness. The pelvic fins in male are provided with claspers. We conclude that, although morphological data are compatible with the molecular tree, the reverse is not true.
Five-gill openings. His cheeks are orange-color streaked with wavy lines of blue. Air bladder serving as a lung with special pulmonary circulation. As the season goes, the bright colors gradually fade until finally, in the fall and winter, the little black-nose is again clothed in his more modest attire.
Both "paths" are often employed, one working more gradually, the other more immediately. Like the chub, he has small horny tubercles developed on the snout. It was found Abbott that this fish did not depend on light intensity or vision at all and that blind fish still went through the diurnal matching periods.
Fish with numerous iridophores often do not exhibit elaborate color changes they're "shiny" all the time. The class Teleostomi is divided into two subclasses: i Crossopterygii Lobe fin fishes and ii Actinopterygii Ray fin fishes.
Scales are cycloid and thin. Marine, worldwide, tropical, sub-tropical and cold-temperate waters.
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Greenwood, P.H. The genera of pelmatochromine fishes (Teleostei, Cichlidae). A phylogenetic review. A phylogenetic review. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Zoology 53 (3): – Chromidotilapiini is a tribe of small cichlids from tropical West and Middle Africa.
There are thirteen genera and over fifty described species in this tribe. Genera. The following genera are classified within the tribe Chromidotilapiini: Benitochromis Lamboj, ;Class: Actinopterygii. The Physiology of Fishes - CRC Press Book. Following the success of the bestselling third edition, this newly updated and completely revised fourth edition of The Physiology of Fishes provides comprehensive coverage of the most important aspects of the form and function of fishes.
It covers the most recent advances as well as fundamental sub. eral genera of molds. Water molds occur in fresh and brackish water less than ppt salinity. Most are saprophytes occurring naturally in the environment and are opportunistic pathogens, usu-ally requiring prior injury of external tissues from mechanical abrasion or other primary pathogens.
Some species of. Saprolegnia (parasitica) are primary.