Lophius Americanus

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Synonyms for Lophius Americanus

fishes having large mouths with a wormlike filament attached for luring prey

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Stages of development of the goosefish, Lophius americanus, and comments on the phylogenetic significance of the development of the luring apparatus in Lophiiformes.
Lophius americanus Cuvier & Valenciennes 1837 (1), the goosefish, anglerfish, or monkfish, is common in coastal waters of the northeastern United States.
The population biology of the goosefish, Lophius americanus, in the Gulf of Maine.
Tumors containing Spraguea lophii spores were harvested from fresh Lophius americanus nervous tissue.
Spraguea lophii spores were recovered from the central nervous system of the monkfish, Lophius americanus.
The freshwater teleost Hoplias malabarica (1), the marine teleost Lophius americanus (2), and the clown fish, Amphiprion (3) are the only bony fishes reported to have hemoglobins that polymerize.