Bibliography of the family Catostomidae (Cypriniformes)

by John Clay Bruner

Publisher: Natural History Section, Provincial Museum of Alberta in Edmonton, Alta

Written in English
Published: Pages: 213 Downloads: 704
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Edition Notes

StatementJohn Clay Bruner.
SeriesNatural history occasional paper,, no. 14
ContributionsProvincial Museum of Alberta.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ7996.F5 B78 1991, QL638.C27 B78 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 213 p. ;
Number of Pages213
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1623124M
ISBN 10077320539X
LC Control Number91168542

SELECTED AQUATIC BIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS IN THE GREAT SALT LAKE BASINS, , NATIONAL WATER-QUALITY ASSESSMENT PROGRAM By Elise M. Giddings and Doyle Stephens U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report National Water-Quality Assessment Program Salt Lake City, Utah Cited by: 3. The book covers more than species with descriptions and line drawings to illustrate almost all of them. The authors discuss recently introduced species and their importance to sportsmen and provide current data on the distribution of northern fishes. For further reading or reference there is a bibliography. eISBN: Book reviews principles and what is an increasingly large literature dealing with freshwater fishes in North America. Most chapters contain tables summarizing pertinent literature by family (e.g., life history traits, feeding guilds, forms of communica tion) or system studied (e.g., long term assemblage datasets). LITERATURE CITED. Copeia. Sign In View Cart Help.

Helpful sections like "Try This," "Talk about This," and "Check In" show your family how to have open and balanced conversations to keep SEPTEMBER pages 7 x 10 1 b&w photo, 2 b&w illus., 2. Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg, History of coelacanth fishes by Peter L. Forey: Ichthyological Bulletin of the JLB Smith Institute: pp: Fraser T.H. Comparative osteology of the shallow water cardinal fishes (Perciformes: Apogonidæ) . Variable Z-spacing within the Family Pomacentridae (Perciformes). American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Sixty-eighth Annual Meeting, Program and Abstracts: p. Bruner, J. C. Comments on the genus Amyzon (Family Catostomidae). Journal of Paleontology, 65 (4): Bruner, J. C. Bibliography of Catfish Taxonomy. Compiled by Carl J. Ferraris, Jr. Updated 15 January Abbott, C. C. Descriptions of two new species of Pimelodus from Kansas. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia,

Many references are yet to be identified and added to the bibliography for the period of through and especially the year Users of the bibliography, AFS Early Life History Section members, and anyone else having published in the field are encouraged to submit additional corrections and bibliographic records to me for future updates.   Suckers (Catostomidae) Utah sucker Desert sucker Bridgelip sucker Bluehead sucker Owens sucker Largescale sucker Mountain sucker Tahoe sucker Warner sucker Cui-ui June sucker 10 Siluriformes Bullhead Catfishes (Ictaluridae) White catfish Black bullhead Yellow Brand: University of Nevada Press. Family Catostomidae Agassiz, Subfamily Ictiobinae Smith, Genus Ictiobus Rafinesque, Taxon classification Animalia Cypriniformes Catostomidae ‎† A22ACA4DE-5BBB3E-8C Ictiobus aguilerai Alvarado-Ortega, Carranza-Castañeda & Álvarez-Reyes, Bibliography of Catfish Taxonomy through by Carl J. Ferraris, Jr. Abbott, C. C. Descriptions of two new species of Pimelodus from Kansas. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia – Abu Gideiri, Y. B. A new species of .

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Edmonton, Alta.: Natural History Section, Provincial Museum of Alberta, OCLC: Emery, E.B., T.P. Simon, and R. Ovies. Influence of the family Catostomidae on the metrics developed for a Great River index of biotic integrity.

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University Museum, University of Tokyo, Bull. 42 pp. Threatened fishes of the world: Chasmistes liorus Jordan, (Catostomidae) Mike Whitney & Mark C. Belk Department of Zoology, Bringham Y oung University, Pr ovo, UTU.S.A.

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