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anatomy, phylogeny, and classification of bariliine cyprinid fishes
|Other titles||Bariliine cyprinid fishes.|
|Statement||G. J. Howes.|
|Series||Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History)., v. 37, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .B75 vol. 37, no. 3, QL638.C94 .B75 vol. 37, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 129-198 :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||80486880|
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Get this from a library. The anatomy, phylogeny, and classification of bariliine cyprinid fishes. [Gordon Howes]. Howes, G.J. The anatomy, phylogeny and classification of bariliine cyprinid fishes. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Zoology, 37 (3): – BHL; Howes, G.J.
Additional notes on bariliine cyprinid fishes. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural. Tokai University Press, Tokyo, pp – Howes GJ () The anatomy, phylogeny and classification of barillin cyprinid fishes.
Bull Br (Nat Hist) Zool – Abstract Phylogeny and larval development of an Indian cyprinid fish, Barilius canarensis, is described from laboratory-reared specimens.
The eggs, measuring – mm in diameter, were. Howes GJ () Notes on the anatomy of Macrochirichthys macrochirus (Valenciennes),with comments on the Cultrinae (Pisces, Cyprinidae).
Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History, Zoology Howes GJ () The anatomy, phylogeny, and classification of bariliine cyprinid fishes.
Unfortunately, their taxonomy and classification is unsatisfactory; the historical reasons are discussed here and a revised classification is presented. First, a brief overview of cyprinid anatomy.
The anatomy, phylogeny, and classification of bariliine cyprinid fishes. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Zoology 37(3): – Lumbantobing, D.N.
Four new species of Rasbora of the sumatrana group (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from northern Sumatra, Indonesia. Zootaxa (1): 1– DOI: /zootaxa Abstract. The inhabitants of the Fertile Crescent have been involved with the fishes of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers for over years.
The oldest-known fishponds were built in temples by the Sumerians and, before long, many of the settlements throughout the region had their own fishponds.
Enter search terms. Keep search filters New search. Advanced search. The anatomy, phylogeny and classification of bariliine cyprinid fishes Vol Page The Accacoeliidae (Digenea) of fishes from the north-east Atlantic. The anatomy, phylogeny and classification of bariliine cyprinid fishes.
Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), IUCN Standards and Petitions Subcommittee. The cyprinid subfamily Danioninae (Teleostei: Ostariophysi: Cypriniformes) is a species-rich and widespread group of small- to medium-sized fishes restricted primarily to freshwater habitats.
Putative members of this group are distributed across Africa, through southern and southeastern Asia (including the islands of Indonesia and the.
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Myxobolus infections of the cyprinid fishes from Lesser Zab and Greater Zab rivers, north of Iraq with the record of seven species of Myxobolus for the first time in Iraq.
Ibn Al-Haitham Journal for Pure and Applied Sciences, 18(1) Abdullah, S. and Mhaisen, F. Bibliography. This section contains all the papers and books which are the basis for my book Freshwater Fishes of Iraq (Pensoft Publishers, Sofia-Moscow, ). Additions to this site were terminated at the end of on completion of the book although occasional systematic and taxonomic works may be added.
INTRODUCTION. The Chang Jiang (Yangtze River), the longest river in China and the third largest in the world, harbours fish species, of which are endemic (Fu et al., ).The basin is usually divided into three ecological parts (upper, middle and lower basins), or into five (headwaters, upper, middle, lower and mouth of the river), but these divisions are not supported by the fish.
Certain lateral line canals of the head in cyprinid fishes, with particular reference to the derivation of North American forms // Jap.
Ichthyol. VN1.P. A Abban E.K., Samman J., Preliminary observations on the effect of the insect larvicide Abate on fish catches in the river Oti, nmental Pollution, Abban E.K., Samman J., Further observations on the effect of Abate on fish catches. Environmental Pollution, Adams S.M.
(ED.), Biological indicators of aquatic ecosystem stress. American Fisheries. Arunkumar, L. and H.T. Singh, Bariliine fishes of Manipur, India, with the description of a Nematodes of freshwater fishes of the Neotropical region. (Book review). Caribb. Sci. 38() The taxonomy and phylogeny of the cyprinid genus Opsariichthys Bleeker (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from Taiwan, with description.
Several ways of classifying organisms are in use, the main being based on degree of similarity (phenetics) or on phylogenetic relationships (cladistics). Although most current classification of Afiicari fishes depends on morphological similarity, cladistic classifications based on Hennig’s () principles are being presented more frequently.Among the non-cichlid fishes ascending rivers from the lake, Whitehead () recognized three distinct patterns of migration: (1) long duration, fishes such as the large cyprinid Barbus altianalis entering the river over an extended period and ascending 80 km or more to spawn in swift rocky upper reaches; (2) medium duration, exhibited by most.Bariliine cyprinids include 16 African species of Raiamas (see Howes, ) and small zooplanktivore lacustrine cyprinids (Howes, ), of which Engraulicypris in Malawi and Rastrineobola in Victoria are increasingly important as food fishes.
Among some 20 other cyprinid genera, a .