killifish


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speciation processes and genomic expansion in the neotropical annual killifish genus Austrolebias (Cyprin-odontiformes, Rivulidae).
Northern studfish, Blackstripe topminnow, Banded killifish, Food habits, Diet overlap
ANALYSIS ON THE GENETIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE MANGROVE KILLIFISH KRYPTOLEBIAS MARMORATUS AND KRYPTOLEBIAS OCCELATUS **, Fiifi A.
Banded killifish typically inhabit shallow cool water with abundant aquatic vegetation (Osborne and Brazil, 2006).
Species profiles: life histories and environmental requirements of coastal fishes and invertebrates (mid Atlantic): mummichog and striped killifish.
Infected killifish are four times more likely than uninfected fish to make conspicuous displays -- shimmying, jerking, flashing their sides, and surfacing -- according to researchers.
SCALING THE FEEDING MECHANISM OF PIKE KILLIFISH (BELONESOX BELIZANUS).
section] Other species include single occurrences of banded killifish (Fundulus diaphanus), black bullhead (Ictalurus melds), bluntnose minnow (Pimephales notatus), chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha), and yellow perch (Perca flavescens).
Mangrove killifish are small fish-only about an inch or two long-that live in temporary pools in the coastal mangrove forests of Central and South America and Florida.
The same little kingfisher I've seen before is balancing on the dock rope and pecking killifish from the water with swift jabs of his telescoping neck.
In the lab, Labella measured how genes are expressed, or activated to produce proteins, in killifish exposed to BPA and in zebrafish embryos exposed to DES.
An abundance of yellow perch is also a good sign, as is the presence of five lesser-known 'indicator' species intolerant of habitat disturbance: blackchin and blacknose shiners, least and Iowa darters, and banded killifish.
The killifish, a tiny freshwater fish from the Americas, matures faster when predators are lurking nearby.