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Four new genera and ten new species of eels from the Pacific coast of tropical America.
George S. Myers
|Statement||(Plates 7-16) By George S. Myers and Charles B. Wade.|
|Series||Los Angeles (Calif.). University of Southern California. Allan Hancock Foundation for Scientific Research. Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions. [Reports] -- v. 9, no. 4., Allan Hancock Pacific expeditions -- v. 9, no. 4.|
|Contributions||Wade, Charles Barkley, 1908- joint author.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||42022023|
Five new species belonging to the gobiid fish genus Grallenia of the tropical western Pacific Ocean are described from sand-bottom habitats. G. compta n. sp. (11 specimens, – mm SL) from Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea and G. rubrilineata n. sp. (81 specimens, – mm SL) from Luzon, Philippines share a suite. Entire communities of new marine and seashore organisms have arrived in Hawaii and along the West Coast in the aftermath of the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. Almost species, including fish, snails, sponges, and many microorganisms, survived the 5,mile drift as organic clumps around floating islands of the rubble that was swept.
Scientists have confirmed that a mysterious, unnamed species of beaked whale roams the northern Pacific Ocean. Sightings of the creature, which has a . coast of South America. On the Galapagos Islands, Darwin saw that the plants and animals closely resembled those of the extinct. Over time, change within species leads to the replacement of old species by new species as less sucessful species become. Amino acid or nucleotide sequence similarities. species, and genera.
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Allan Hancock Foundation Pacific Expeditions Four new genera and ten new species of eels from the Pacific coast of tropical America.
plates B. The Pouch snake eel (Paraletharchus opercularis) is an eel in the family Ophichthidae (worm/snake eels). It was described by George S.
Myers and Charles Barkley Wade inoriginally under the genus Letharchus. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the eastern central and southeastern Pacific Ocean, including the Galapagos Islands, the Revillagigedo Islands, and the Cocos : Actinopterygii.
Type species: Leptenchelys vermiformis Myers & Wade, Fixation: original designation [also monotypic] References Primary references. Myers, G.S. & Wade, C.B. Four new genera and ten new species of eels from the Pacific coast of tropical America.
Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions, 9 (4): 65–, Pls. BHL. Myers, G.S. & Wade, C.B. Four new genera and ten new species of eels from the Pacific coast of tropical America.
Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions, 9 (4): 65–, Pls. BHL. Myers, G. & Wade, C. () Four new genera and ten new species of eels from the Pacific coast o f tropical America.
Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions, 9 (4), 65–1 Four new genera and ten new species of eels from tho Pacific coast of Tropical America Volume 9, Page 65 New fishes of the families Dactylosco-pidae, Microdesmidae and Antennariidae from the west coast of Mexico and the Galapagos Islands, with a brief account of the use of rotenone fish poisons in ichthyological collecting.
español: Overview: Main identification features. uniform grey-brown; lower jaw curved - greater than gap between jaws; Dorsal and anal fins developed as skin-covered ridges, but clearly evident; rear nostril not tubular, at most with a raised rim; mouth large, lower jaw curved, so that a gap is present and teeth visible when mouth is closed; sharp, canine-like teeth of both jaws in rows.
New records of occurrence of two snipe eels (Avocettina bowersii and Nemichthys scolopaceus), poorly known for the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and Panama are herein reported. Specimens, 45 in total (28 respectively), were collected between and at depths between and m.
Descriptions based on specimens as well as comparative morphometric. Myers, G.S. & Wade, C.B. () Four new genera and ten new species of eels from the Pacific coast of tropical America.
Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions, 9, Central Pacific Eels of the Genus Uropterygius, with Descriptions of Two New Species' WILLIAM A. GOSLINE2 INTHE CENTRAL PACIFIC, at least, Uropterygius is, after the related Gymnothorax, the largest and most difficult genus of eels.
Inadequate knowledge precludes any final revision at the present time either of the genus as a whole or. NEW SPECIES OF MELANOPHYCEAE FROM THE PACIFIC COAST OF NORTH AMERICA [Gardner, N.L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
NEW SPECIES OF MELANOPHYCEAE FROM THE PACIFIC COAST OF NORTH AMERICAAuthor: N.L. Gardner. This is the only species of sea snake that is “pelagic,” drifting and following the broad circulation patterns of oceanic currents. It has the broadest distribution of any squamate reptile (the group that includes lizards and snakes), ranging from the tip of South Africa across the Indo-Pacific to the Pacific coast of Central America.
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The animal looks similar to a. the formation of new species Two species of clams inhabit the same marine habitat along the Atlantic coast. One releases gametes into the water in early spring, and the second species releases gametes into the water in late summer.
One species is found only in North America, the other only in Europe. New records of snipe eels (Anguilliformes: Nemichthyidae) from the Pacific coast of lower Central America Óscar Isaac Cruz-Mena1 and Arturo Angulo2,3,4* Abstract Background: New records of occurrence of two snipe eels (Avocettina bowersii and Nemichthys scolopaceus), poorly known for the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and Panama are herein by: 6.
The new classification includes four new genera and nine new species described here, many of which were collected from rarely sampled deep Caribbean reefs using manned submersibles. The group now contains 38 species in the genera Carrigobius gen. nov., Chriolepis, Eleotrica, Gobulus, Gymneleotris, Nes, Paedovaricus gen.
nov., Pinnichthys. This one will be the 24th in that group, alongside the brown eelpout and the snubnose eelpout. The species is living in one of the deepest points on earth, or rather in the ocean.
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Smithsonian scientists have discovered a biodiversity bounty in the Eastern Pacific -- approximately 50 percent of the organisms found in some groups are new to.
Dec. 21, — Inresearchers at the California Academy of Sciences added new plant and animal species to our family tree. The new species .downstream site, S Density was eels per ha at site S and eels less than mm were the most abundant size class (Figure 2, Table 2).
Between S and S there is a series of cascades used as a local private recreation area. At site S, near the International Institute of Tropical Forestry work.