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Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of Goodeid fish from southwestern Mexico

Robert Rush Miller

Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of Goodeid fish from southwestern Mexico

by Robert Rush Miller

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Published by Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico
    • Subjects:
    • Allodontichthys hubbsi -- Classification.,
    • Fishes -- Classification.,
    • Fishes -- Mexico -- Classification.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Robert Rush Miller and Teruya Uyeno.
      SeriesOccasional papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan ;, no. 692, Occasional papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan ;, no. 692.
      ContributionsUyeno, Teruya, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL638.G82 M54
      The Physical Object
      Pagination13 p. :
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4241313M
      LC Control Number80622059

        Disproportionate species richness among clades is one of the most interesting patterns in evolutionary biology, with some clades being exceedingly diverse while others are relatively depauperate [1,2,3].The drivers of speciation and diversification that result in clade imbalance have been the subject of an ongoing discussion within the literature for decades [4,5,6,7,8,9].Cited by: 5.   A total of 1, goodeid fish representing 35 species collected from 51 localities in Mexico was examined for adult intestinal helminths. Sampling was conducted between September and December Ten helminth species were collected (4 digeneans, 2 cestodes, and 4 nematodes). Allocreadium lobatum and Proteocephalus longicollis are reported for the first time in Mexico. The Cited by:

      cultivable fish species and are found to range between –% of dietary protein (Table 1). The reported dietary histidine requirements among different species show a wide variation with some contradictions in the data on dietary histidine requirements for certain species. For instance, dietary histidine requirementsFile Size: KB. The Mexican Goodeid, Zoogoneticus tequila, is considered nearly extinct in the wild and it is maintained in captivity by the nonprofit international “Goodeid Working Group.”The unique Italian colony has produced about fish so far. The observable diseases were registered and some fish were submitted, immediately after spontaneous death, to necroscopic and histopathologic by: 2.

      The Goodeinae is a speciose group of viviparous freshwater fishes endemic to the Mesa Central of Mexico. The current taxonomy of the group is based on Cited by: Notes on the cutthroat and rainbow trouts with the description of a new species from the Gila River, New Mexico. 43 pp., 1 plate, 1 map, 2 tables. $ OP Hubbs, C.L., Notropis amnis, a new cyprinid fish of the Mississippi fauna, with two subspecies. 31 pp., 1 plate, 1 map, 5 tables. $


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Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of goodeid fish from southwestern Mexico,Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, Number 13 pages with 6 figures and 1 table. Paperback – January 1, Author: T. Miller, R. and Uyeno. MILLER, R. & T. UYENO (): Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of Goodeid fish from Southwestern Mexico.

Occasional Papers of the Museum of. Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of Goodeid fish from southwestern Mexico. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Rush Miller; Teruya Uyeno.

Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of goodeid fish from southwestern Mexico By R. Miller and T. Uyeno Publisher: University of Michigan Museum of ZoologyAuthor: R.

Miller and T. Uyeno. Original description as Allodontichthys hubbsi. Miller, Robert Rush & T. Uyeno. "Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of goodeid a new species of Goodeid fish from southwestern Mexico book from southwestern Mexico".Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan.

), pp. ()Nomenclature history. Miller, R.R. & Uyeno, T. Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of goodeid fish from southwestern Mexico. Occasional papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan 1– Reference page.

R.R. Miller & T. Uyeno (): Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of Goodeid fish from Southwestern Mexico. Occasional papers of the museum of zoology University of Michigan (): A.C. Radda (): Cyprinodonte vissen in Mexico 3. Poecilia Nieuws (2): The two species thatare broadly sympatric, A.

hubbsi and A. tamazulae, are not sister ntichthys was found the sistergroup of a clade including Ilyodon andXenotaenia. Allotoca goslinei, a new species of goodeid fish from Jalisco, Mexico. Copeia (no. 3): Allotoca maculata Smith & Miller, — alotoka skvrnitá Popis: Smith, M.

& Miller, R. Allotoca maculata, a new species of goodeid fish from western México, with comments on Allotoca dugesi. Copeia (no. 3): Synopsis. Some populations of one or more species of the goodeid fish genus Ilyodon in certain tributaties of Coahuayana and Armeriá rivers (Jalisco and Colima, Mexico) are dichotomous with respect to morphological features that are presumptive trophic adaptations.

A narrow mouth ‘morph’ (described as 1. furcidens in the Río Armería) is sympatric with a broad mouth morph (named 1. xantusi).Cited by:   Hubbs and Turner (), recognizing aspects plateau is the center of endemism of the viviparous of morphology unique among goodeid fishes, erected Goodeidae (Smith, ; Miller and Smith, ).

the genus Allodontichthys for A. This natural group of approximately 36 species is placed the genus reluctantly within their. Erstbeschreibung als Allodontichthys hubbsi: Miller, Robert Rush & T.

Uyeno. "Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of goodeid fish from southwestern Mexico". Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan. ), pp. ; Nomenklatur Geschichte: Allodontichthys hubbsi, Miller et al.,ursprüngliche Kombination.

Second discovery of multiple sex chromosomes among fishes. are confined to Mexico. Allodontichthys hubbsi, a new species of goodeid fish from southwestern Mexico. Allodontichthys hubbsi és una espècie de peix de la família dels goodèids i de l'ordre dels A new species of Allodontichthys (Cyprinodontiformes: Goodeidae), with comparative morphometrics for the genus.

Copeia (núm. 2): Multiple sex chromosomes in a monodactylid fish. Jap. Ichthyol. 35(1) Uyeno, T., R.R Fílum: Chordata. Allodontichthys és un gènere de peixos pertanyent a la família dels goodèids.

Distribució geogràfica. Es troba a Mèxic. Espècies. Allodontichthys hubbsi (Miller & Uyeno, ) Allodontichthys polylepis (Rauchenberger, ) Allodontichthys tamazulae (Turner, ) Allodontichthys zonistius (Hubbs, ) Referències.

Bibliografia Fílum: Chordata. Some populations of one or more species of the goodeid fish genusIlyodon in certain tributaties of Coahuayana and Armeriá rivers .Jalisco and Colima, Mexico) are dichotomous with respect to morphological features that are presumptive trophic adaptations.

A narrow mouth ‘morph’ (described asI. furcidens in the Río Armería) is sympatric with a broad mouth morph (namedI. xantusi).Cited by: RAUCHENBERGER-NEW ALLODONTICHTHYS freshwater fish fauna of Mexico. Esc. Nac. Cienc. Biol. Mex.AND T.

UYENO Allodontichthys hubbsi. Smith ML, Miller RR. () Allotoca maculata, a new species of goodeid fish from western Mexico, with comments on Allotoca dugesi. Copeia, – / [Google Scholar] Smith ML, Miller RR.

() Mexican goodeid fishes of the genus Characodon, with description of a new species. American Museum Novitates 1– Allodontichthys hubbsi: Miller & Uyeno, into the country with carp which has become widely disseminated in the country and has been found in at least 15 fish species (Ref.

Recorded from the Balsas river basin (Ref. Lake Texcoco and Zumpango lagoon east and southeast of the center of Mexico City. Marketed as dry fish. impacts of invasive stream salmonids on native fish: using meta-analysis to summarize four decades of research Kai Korsu1)2)*, ari huusko2) and timo muotka1)3) 1) Department of Biology, P.O.

BoxFI University of Oulu, Finland (*corresponding author’s e-mail: @)Cited by: A total of endemic freshwater fish species are known from Mexico and some of them are highly-endangered. In order to assist around 20 % of the cover price of each book is donated to the Fish Ark Project based at the Aqualab, Universidad Michoacána, Morelia.Goodeidae is a family of teleost fish endemic to Mexico and some areas of the United species are known as family contains about 50 species within 18 genera.

The family is named after ichthyologist George Brown Goode ().Class: Actinopterygii.