Cottus


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Synonyms for Cottus

type genus of the Cottidae: sculpins

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Lahnsteiner F, Berger B, Weismann T, Patzner RA (1997) Sperm structure and motility of the freshwater teleost Cottus gobio.
Station-holding by the mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdi (Teleostei: Cottidae), and other fishes.
According to Reinecke et al [136] in most bony fish species with the exception of Cottus, IGF-1 and insulin display a distinct cellular distribution, similar to that of mammals which may indicate that the branching of IGF-1 and insulin has occurred at the phylogenetic level of bony fish.
A fourth cottid in the Baltic Sea, the European bullhead Cottus gobio Linnaeus, 1758, was not included in the study because of insufficient material.
Hesiod relates how Briareos and his brothers, Cottus and Gyes, threw three hundred rocks against the Titans and cast them into Tartarus, and that the hundred-handed monsters guarded them in the underworld (Theog.
Geographical distribution and variation of two types of Cottus nozawae in Hokkaido, and morphological characteristics of C.
ABSTRACT -- The banded sculpin, Cottus carolinae (Gill), is a common benthic fish found throughout much of the Ohio River Basin, including the Cumberland and Tennessee River drainages.
Troglomorphic sculpins of Cottus carolinae species group in Perry County, Missouri: distribution, external morphology, and conservation status.
Cottus carolinae collected from caves and resurgence streams in Perry County exhibit reduced pi gmentation and pelvic fin ray counts compared to other surface streams in Missouri and to the literature.
Competitive interactions between benthic stream fishes, riffle sculpin, Cottus gulosus, and speckled dace, Rhinichthys osculus.