2 edition of Osteology and phylogeny of the American cyprinid fishes allied to the genus Gila. found in the catalog.
Osteology and phylogeny of the American cyprinid fishes allied to the genus Gila.
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Uyeno, T. () Osteology and phylogeny of American cyprinid fishes allied to the genus Gila, PhD dissertation, Univ.
Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Google Scholar Uyeno, T. () Late Cenozoic cyprinid fishes from Idaho with notes on other fossil minnows in North by: Uyeno, T.Osteology and Phylogeny of the American Cyprinid fishes allied to the genusGila, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Google Scholar.
Uyeno, R.R. MillerChromosomes and the evolution of the plagopterin fishes (Cyprinidae) of Cited by: Evolution of genome size in North American fishes, p.
In: Systematics, historical ecology, and North Osteology and phylogeny of the American cyprinid fishes allied to the genus Gila. Unpubl. Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Michigan, Ann Ar-bor.
WALLACE, R. Richardsonius balteatus (Rich. Parsimony analysis of the mitochondrial 12S and 16S rRNA sequences of North American phoxinin taxa indicated the existence of three major clades, the Cited by: Osteology and phylogeny of the.
American cyprinid fishes allied to the genus Gila. Unpubl. Inter-relationships of North American cyprinid fishes, p. In: Systematics, historical. That species was placed in the monotypic genus Snyderichthys by Miller () but considered a monotypic subgenus of the genus Gila by Uyeno ().
Coburn and Cavender () completed an extensive analysis of phylogenetic relationships among North American cyprinids based on morphological and osteological characters. Osteology and phylogeny of the American cyprinid fishes allied to the genus Gila. Unpublished PhD Dissertation, University of Michigan.
Van de Peer. Y, Van den Brock. I, De Rijk. P, De Wachter. Database on the structure of small ribosomal subunit RNA. Nucleic Acids Research.
Previous studies in our laboratory have documented extensive differences in chromosomal NOR phenotypes among North American cyprinid fishes, many of which are useful both in identifying (or. Roberts, T. and M. Kottelat Description and osteology of Thryssocypris, a new genus of anchovylike cyprinid fishes, based on two new species from southeast Asia.
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crassicauda (Miller, ). 2 Osteology and phylogeny of the American cyprinid fishes allied to the genus Gila. Ph.D. thesis. University of Michigan,pp., 35 pis.
Osteology and phylogeny of the American cyprinid fishes allied to the genus Gila. Unpubl. Ph.D. diss., Univ. of Michigan, Ann Ar-bor. Late Cenozoic cyprinid fishes from Idaho with notes on other fossil minnows in North America. Pap. Michigan Acad. Sci.
Arts Lett. Fangfangia spinicleithralis, new genus, new species, is described from peat swamp forest habitats in Kalimantan Tengah, Borneo, differs from all other cyprinids in having the anteroventral tip of the left cleithrum projecting into a strong anteriorly directed spine and a pointed posteriorly directed spine at the posteroventral aspect of each cleithrum.
This book is the only field guide and laboratory manual to combine animal ecology and natural history with the detailed osteology of all the vertebrate classes (fishes, amphibians, birds, and mammals) and all the primary orders native to western North America.
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73) scales along the middle from the root to the extremity, and is surrounded by a rayed fringe similar to the rays of the vertical fins. Eigenmann specialized in South American freshwater fishes, and one can barely throw a stone into a South American stream without hitting at least one fish studied by him or one of his students.
In the Order Characiformes alone, Eigenmann is the author or. Bailey's classification was not widely accepted, and Uyeno (), in his study of the osteology and phylogeny of Gila and relatives, resurrected Richardsonius (including Clinostomus) from synonymy with Gila.
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