2 edition of On the classification and origin of the family Cottidae found in the catalog.
On the classification and origin of the family Cottidae
Anatoly Yakovlevich Taranets
1959 by University of British Columbia, Institute of Fisheries in Vancouver .
Written in English
|Statement||by Anatoly Yakovlevich Taranets ; translated by Norman J. Wilimovsky and Elizabeth Lanz.|
|Series||Museum contribution -- 5, Museum contribution (University of British Columbia. Institute of Fisheries) -- 5|
|Contributions||Wilimovsky, Norman J., Lanz, Elizabeth.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Get this from a library. On the classification and origin of the family Cottidae. [A I︠A︡ Taranet︠s︡] -- Translation of: Taranets, A. "K Klassifikatsii i proiskhozhdenif bychkov semeystua Cottidae.
Izvestiya Akad. Nauk SSSR. Otd. Biol.,no.3, p". Family of cold and freshwater fish found. The Cottidae are a family of fish in the superfamily Cottoidea, the is the largest sculpin family, with about species in 70 genera. They are referred to simply as cottids to avoid confusion with sculpins of other families.
Cottids are distributed worldwide, especially in boreal and colder temperate climates. The center of diversity is the northern Pacific : Actinopterygii. Reproductive Biology and Life History Accounts for Ohio River Drainage Fishes of the Families Percopsidae Through Cottidae, Moronidae, and Sciaenidae: An Introduction to the Volume.
Family Percopsidae, trout-perches. Family Aphredoderidae, pirate perch. Family Amblyopsidae, cavefishes.
Family Gadidae, cods. Family Mugilidae, mullets. The Cottidae is the largest family of sculpins with about 70 genera and species worldwide, found primarily in boreal and cold-temperate regions (Mecklenburg et al., ; Nelson, ), and the family is considered to be of recent Oligocene or Miocene origin (Macfarlane,David,Berg, ).Cited by: Antipodocottus megalops, the second species of the family Cottidae to be discovered in the Southern Hemisphere, is described from a single specimen obtained near the Antipodes Islands in m.
Classification unranked Biota kingdom Animalia phylum Chordata superclass Pisces class Actinopterygii order Scorpaeniformes family Cottidae genus Artediellus Jordan, genus Cottus Linnaeus, genus Icelus Kröyer, genus Micrenophrys Andriashev.
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Species/Synonymy list for the family Cottidae as currently in FishBase Important recommendation: The list below must not be used as an authority reference synonymy list like those found in scientific published revisions, which must be the source to be used and cited eventually when they exist.
Book PDF Available. species from the Cottidae family are the most numerous group of fishes. On the classification and origin of the. family Cottidae // Mus. Contr. N 3. This page was last edited on 7 Septemberat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may Sculpin, any of the numerous, usually small fish of the family Cottidae (order Scorpaeniformes), found in both salt water and fresh water, principally in northern regions of the world.
Sculpins are elongated, tapered fish, usually with wide, heavy heads. The gill covers have one or more spines, the. This comprehensive work on the fishes of WV is the culmination of more than 20 years On the classification and origin of the family Cottidae book res.
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Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Scorpaeniformes (Scorpionfishes and flatheads) > Cottidae (Sculpins) Etymology: Cottus: Greek, kottos = a fish (Ref. ); chattahoochee: The specific name is in reference to the Chattahoochee River, to which this species is endemic.
Chattahoochee is derived from a Lower Creek American Indian town on the river; originally means 'marked or picture rocks.'. Bayesian length-weight: a= ( - ), b= ( - ), in cm Total Length, based on LWR estimates for this species & (Sub)family-body (Ref.
The species are divided into three families, the Cottidae with 7 species, the Abyssocottidae with 20 species, and the Comephoridae with 2 species. Nucleotide sequences of the rod opsin gene from 12 of these species, plus a non-Baikal marine species, have been used to examine the evolutionary relations and the divergence time of the flock.
Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Scorpaeniformes (Scorpionfishes and flatheads) > Cottidae (Sculpins) Etymology: Cottus: Greek, kottos = a fish (Ref.
); scaturigo: Derived from the Latin scaturigo, meaning spouting water, spring, in reference to the type locality. More on. Definition noun, plural: families (1) A taxonomic rank in the classification of organisms between genus and order.
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Family Cottidae - Sculpins - mostly freshwater: Family Scorpaenidae - Sea Ravens, Lionfish, Rockfishes, History of Classification. Originally, when Linnaus founded taxonomy, organisms were divided based on solely visible physical characteristics. The Omphalos hypothesis was named after the title of an book, Creation (Omphalos) by.
Cottidae Biological Family, Organism Classification. The Cottidae are a family of fish in the superfamily Cottoidea, the sculpins. It is the largest sculpin family, with about species in 70 genera.
They are referred to simply as cottids to avoid confusion with sculpins of other families. Cottids. Hypernyms ("family Cottidae" is a kind of): fish family (any of various families of fish).
Meronyms (members of "family Cottidae"): Cottus; genus Cottus (type genus of the Cottidae: sculpins). sculpin (any of numerous spiny large-headed usually scaleless scorpaenoid fishes with broad mouths). genus Hemitripterus; Hemitripterus (sea ravens). genus Myxocephalus; Myxocephalus (grubby).
Translingual: A taxonomic family within the order Perciformes – the family of sculpins. Sampling and DNA Extraction. A specimen of C. crocodilus was captured in the Pearl River estuary (N 21°45′, E °36′), China, in July The field study did not involve endangered or protected species, in accordance with the IUCN Red List.
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Cottidae definition is - a family of fishes (order Scleroparei) comprising the sculpins and related forms all of which have a tapering body, wide mouth, and large head and occur in fresh and salt water in the cold and temperate parts of the northern hemisphere.
Cottidae[′kädə‚dē] (vertebrate zoology) The sculpins, a family of perciform fishes in the suborder Cottoidei. Cottidae (sculpins), a family of fishes of the order Scorpae-niformes. The fishes have a large head and two dorsal fins (the first being the shorter of the two).
The body is usually naked but sometimes has bony platelets or knobs. Some. The Classification of Fishes There are ab species of fishes known to science. They are divided into 4 classes, 59 orders, families and 4, or so genera. The classification system of fish is not stagnant and it will change when we have more knowledge, perhaps from DNA analyses.
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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. Family definition ata free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation.
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Sculpin fishes belonging to the family Cottidae represent a large and complex group, inhabiting a wide range of freshwater, brackish-water, and marine environments. Numerous studies based on analysis of their morphology and genetic makeup frequently provided controversial results.
In the present work, we sequenced complete mitochondrial (mt) genomes and fragments of nuclear ribosomal DNA (rDNA. Biological classification is a system used by scientists to describe organisms, or living things. It is also known as scientific classification or taxonomy.
To classify things means to place them in different categories, or groups. Scientists place living things in groups based on. Dorsal spines (total): 7 - 9; Dorsal soft rays (total): ; Anal soft rays: 12 - Distinguished from all other congeners, except Cottus hypselurus and Cottus caeruleomentum, by the blue chin and belly on spawning s from Cottus hypselurus by dorsal fin spines (versus ); pectoral fin rays (versus ); pigmentation of the ventral surface of the peritoneum weak.
Sculpin definition, any small, freshwater fish of the genus Cottus, of the family Cottidae, having a large head with one or more spines on each side; bullhead. See more. In chemistry, a family is a group of elements with similar chemical al families tend to be associated with the vertical columns on the periodic term "family" is synonymous with the term "group".Because the two words have defined different sets of elements over the years, the IUPAC recommends the numerical system numbering elements from group 1 to group.
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