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Synonyms for Cottus

type genus of the Cottidae: sculpins

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Station-holding by the mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdi (Teleostei: Cottidae), and other fishes.
The cost of parental care and egg cannibalism in the river bullhead, Cottus gobio L.
Reproductive behaviour of a river sculpin, Cottus nozawae Snyder.
The banded sculpin, Cottus carolinae (Gill), is a widely distributed benthic fish commonly found throughout much of the Ohio River Basin, including the Cumberland and Tennessee River drainages in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia.
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.
Even though Cottus [12] and Baxter, Coutts and Ross [7] argued for no significant role of interaction terms, Samson and Thomas [39] and Harrington [23] noted that there were clear patterns in the prediction errors for the models without interaction terms and these patterns could be mitigated by including some selected interaction terms.
Contract notice: The contract is to perform an inventory of natural species including river lamprey lampetra fluviatilis, brook lamprey lampetra planeri, goats cobitis taenia, barbel barbus peloponnesius, cottus gobio bullhead, atlantic salmon salmo salar in the natura 2000
Microhabitat use of Venustaconcha sima Bivalvia: Unionidae) and its host, Cottus carolinae, in the Collins River, Grundy County, Tennessee.
No species was found at all 22 sites, but Hypentelium etowanum and Lepomis auritus were both found at 21 sites and Cottus carolinae, Percina nigrofasciata and Campostoma oligolepis were found at 20 sites.
Six specimens of Cottus carolinae zopherus (BU 379) from Cave Spring, Georgia were likewise returned to the Smithsonian and are catalogued as USNM 329282.
To test this assumption, we assessed stomach contents of 45 banded culpin, Cottus carolinae, from 9 separate streams of varying water quality in Bartow County, Georgia.
Recruitment failure of mottled sculpin Cottus bairdi in Calumet Harbor, Southern Lake Michigan, induced by the newly introduced round goby Neogobius melanostomus.
Morphometric measurements of Missouri sculpin populations have previously been used to suggest distributions of two species, Cottus bairdi and Cottus hypselurus.