A remarkable genus of fishes--the umbras
Read Online
Share

A remarkable genus of fishes--the umbras by Theodore Gill

  • 296 Want to read
  • ·
  • 74 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Umbra (Fish)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Theodore Gill.
SeriesSmithsonian miscellaneous collections -- v. 45, art. 25, Publication -- 1453, Publication (Smithsonian Institution) -- 1453.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 295-305 :
Number of Pages305
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22940878M
LC Control Number16011329

Download A remarkable genus of fishes--the umbras

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

  A remarkable genus of fishes, the umbras. Smithsonian, Washington Angler fishes. Notes on the structure and habits of the wolffishes. Washington Примечания Литература William Healey Dall (—): Biographical Memoir of Theodore › wiki › Гилл,_Теодор.   A remarkable genus of fishes, the umbras. Smithsonian, Washington Angler fishes. Notes on the structure and habits of the wolffishes. Washington Gill è l'abbreviazione standard utilizzata per le specie animali descritte da Theodore Nicholas :// › wiki › Theodore_Gill.   A remarkable genus of fishes, the umbras. Smithsonian, Washington (укр. Дивовижний рід риб, умбра. Смітсонівський університет, Вашингтон ) Angler fishes. Notes on the structure and habits of the :// › wiki › Теодор_Гілл. Nevertheless, his book is still a reference on the fishes of the region. Also, the freshwater fishes of Iran, have been the subject of two theses abroad (Saadati, ; Armantrout, ). › publication ›

Genus Ompax This is the record of a fish that has never been found, indeed never existed. Ompax was an invention, a scientific hoax sprung in outback Queensland at the height of excitement over new species and how they might fit in Charles Darwin’s atheistic theory of :// › magazine › › › fishiest-fish.    A remarkable genus of fishes, the umbras. Smithsonian, Washington. Angler fishes. Notes on the structure and habits of the wolffishes. Washington. liste complète; Notes et références Bibliographie Sources › wiki › Theodore_Gill.   Three species (central mudminnow, fathead minnow and brook stickleback) survive when a northern Wisconsin lake becomes anoxic in winter. Some gas bubbles beneath the ice contained as much as 11° oxygen when the lake water contained › article › › BF   Günther's literature and morphography of fishes. Forest and Stream, New York Scientific and popular views of nature contrasted. Judd & Detweiler, Washington Addresses in memory of Edward Drinker Cope. Philadelphia A remarkable genus of fishes, the umbras. Smithsonian, Washington Angler fishes. Leben  Schriften  Literatur  Einzelnachweise › wiki › Theodore_Nicholas_Gill.

Paedocypris is a new genus of paedomorphic cyprinid fish from highly acidic blackwater peat swamps in Southeast Asia. It includes two new species, one of which (Paedocypris progenetica) appears to be the smallest fish and vertebrate known, with the smallest mature female measuring a mere mm. Paedocypris has many ’larval’ features typically associated with paedomorphic fish (e.g. narrow › doi › › rspb   Dazzling freshwater fishes discovered from Western Ghats; Dazzling freshwater fishes discovered from Western Ghats. "This study on filament barb is a remarkable contribution to Indian › city › mangaluru › dazzling-freshwater-fishes.   Three new species of fishes found in Western Ghats the taxonomy of fishes of the genus Dawkinsia remains poorly known and further intensive explorations and  › News › National. "A remarkable accomplishment [This volume] has been and will continue to be a major force advancing freshwater fish parasitology."―Ernest H. Williams Jr., from the ForewordThis thoroughly revised and updated edition of a classic reference work is the definitive guide to the identification of the parasites of freshwater fishes of North  › Books › Science & Math › Biological Sciences.