Percidae


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Such infections are however not possible in fish hosts belonging to fish families like Percidae, Anguillidae, Ictaluridae and Clariidae.
New geographic distribution records are documented for 17 taxa of Arkansas fishes within seven families (Atherinopsidae, Catostomidae, Cyprinidae, Fundulidae, Lepisosteidae, Percidae, Petromyzontidae) from 15 counties of the central and northern portions of the state.
This book attempts to help fill that gap, with detailed information on members of the family Percidae present in the Ohio River drainage.
Two families, Percidae and Gasterosteidae in the Elkhorn and North Platte basins, respectively, were related to Plains Topminnow population persistence (Table 2).
Similar findings were also reported for the genus Urocleidus Muller 1934 which is a North American genus and infects the members of the host families Percidae and Percopsidae.
The utility of mitochondrial DNA control region sequences for analyzing phylogenetic relationships among populations, species, and genera of the Percidae.
The Poeciliidae, Esocidae, Ictaluridae, Catostomidae, Percidae and the Amiidae had one species each.
9 Percidae Greenside darter Etheostoma blennioides 4 6.
These values make cyprinids relatively low in phosphorus compared to other fish that have been previously studied, especially members of the Percidae and Centrarchidne.
The stripetail darter Etheostoma kennicotti and spottail darter Etheostoma squamiceps are diminutive (typically < 100 mm), short-lived (typically [less than or equal to] 3 years) fishes in the family Percidae, subgenus Catonotus (Page, 1974; Page, 1975).
Lepisosteidae, Catostomidae, Characidae, Ictaluridae, Fundulidae, Percidae, and Cichlidae each comprised less than 2% of the overall assemblage.
Sous-ordre des Percoidei (families des Apogonidae, Centrachidae, Centropomidae, Dinolestidae, Glaucosomatidae, Grammatidae, Kuhliidae, Percidae, Percichthyidae, Plesiopidae, Priacanthidae, Pseudochromidae, Teraponidae).
Representatives of Cyprinidae, Centrarchidae and Percidae accounted for the majority of diversity with 16, 12 and 8 species, respectively.