Psettichthys


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Food and feeding studies on adults of two species of pleuronecrids (Platichthys stellatus and Psettichthys melanostictus) in East Sound, Orcas Island (Washington).
1989) decided to include a partial description of the unknown pleuronectid (referred to as "Lepidopsetta 2") and compared various stages with larvae of Psettichthys and other Lepidopsetta.
Larvae of Psettichthys 2 were determined to be Lepidopsetta by rearing wild-caught larvae(1) and finally confirmed to be Lepidopsetta by rearing larvae spawned from Lepidopsetta adults collected in Puget Sound (Mulligan et al.
This subset included all reidentified samples that had been originally identified as Psettichthys 2, Lepidopsetta 2, and L.
Lepidopsetta Gill, 1862:330 (type species Platichthys umbrosus Girard, 1856 [originally cited as Psettichthys umbrosus but subsequently corrected by Gill (1864)], by monotypy).
pinnifasciatus, Psettichthys melanostictus, and Inopsetta ischyra (a possible hybrid of Platichthys stellatus and Parophrys vetulus) have a single pore.
bilineata closely resemble those of Psettichthys among other genera (Table 12).
Other eastern North Pacific pleuronectids that undergo transformation at similar sizes include Acanthopsetta, Eopsetta, Hippoglossus, Isopsetta, Lyopsetta, Parophrys, and Psettichthys.
Hickman (1959) described egg and larval development of the sand sole, Psettichthys melanostictus, on the basis of material collected from Puget Sound, Washington.
1984) correctly illustrated Psettichthys larvae but presented data and a figure for L.
Charter and Moser (1996) presented figures of both Psettichthys melanostictus and L.