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a fossil hagfish of the genus Eptatretus

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We measured strength and stiffness in the skins of the Pacific hagfish Eptatretus stoutii, and, for comparison, we collected similar data sets from the skins of the penpoint gunnel Apodichthys flavidus (Fig.
Specimens of Pacific hagfish Eptatretus stoutii (Lockington, 1878) were collected from about one mile off the coast of San Pedro, California, in July 2011, by the California Fish and Game Commission.
Two species of hagfish are commonly found off Oregon: Pacific hagfish, Eptatretus stouti, and black hagfish, E.
Previous accounts of hagfish behaviors casually mention that healthy individuals of Eptatretus coil at rest, both in the field and in captivity, unless burrowing in soft sediment or confined in a narrow space (Strahan, 1963; Martini, 1998).
M T 5 Fourteen-gill hagfish Eptatretus polytrema M T 3 Largenose catshark Apristurus nasutus M T 3 Yellownose skate Dipturus chilensis M T 1 Spider crab Libidoclaea granaria M T 4 Snail Unidentified gastropod M T 2 Pink cusk-eel Genypterus blacodes M T Catch Group Species "Amancay I" "Isabel S" 3 Hooktooth dogfish 0.
Circadian rhythms in locomotor activity in hagfish, Eptatretus burgeri, and the effect of reversal of light-dark cycle.
The number of recognized genera in the subfamily Eptatretinae is still controversial, with various specialists recognizing only Eptatretus Cloquet, 1819 (e.
Recent studies on the hagfishes Eptatretus burgeri and E.
First, the aortic muscles of the two marine osmoconformers surveyed--the hagfish Eptatretus stouti and the sandbar shark Carcharinus milberti--were relaxed by [H.
2% of the total abundance: Microstomus pacificus, Ophiodon elongatus, Sebastolobus alascanus, Eptatretus stouti, Merluccius productus, and an unidentified species (or possibly a complex of species) in the family Agonidae (most likely Xeneretmus spp.
Adaptations for scavenging by three diverse bathyl species, Eptatretus stouti, Neptunea amianta and Orchomene obstusus.
Adaptations for scavenging by three diverse bathyal species, Eptatretus stouti, Neptunea amianta and Orchomene obtusus.
In the sea near the Misaki Marine Biological Station in the Kanagawa Prefecture of Japan, the hagfish species Eptatretus burgeri migrates from depths of 50-100 m to the shore (10-12 m deep) between November and June (Kobayashi et al.