Ameiurus


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Related to Ameiurus: Ameiurus Melas, Ameiurus nebulosus
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Synonyms for Ameiurus

type genus of the Ameiuridae: bullhead catfishes

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ochoteranai (1) (De Buen, 1940) Ictalurus Bagre del Yaqui Rio Yaqui, Rio Mayo, Rio pricei Casas y Rio Fuerte (Rutter, 1986) Ictalurus Bagre del Panuco Rio Forlon (Minckley australis (3) et al., 1986) Nombre cienliuco Taxonomia adicional Ictalurus Silurus punctatus punctatus Ictalurus Pimelodus furcatus, furcatus Pimelodus affinis, Amiurus meridionalis, Amiurus pondersosus Ictalurus Amiurus mexicanus mexicanus Ictalurus Ameiurus melas melas Ictalurus Pimelodus lupus lupus (2) Ictalurus Istialurus balsanus balsanus Ictalurus Ameiurus dugesii dugesii Ictalurus Haustor ochoterenai ochoteranai (1) Ictalurus Villarius pricei, pricei Amiurus meeki Ictalurus Amiurus australis australis (3) (1) Especie descrita como valida en Lundberg (1992), pero como sinonima de I.
Ameiurus natalis was collected exclusively in Cypress Creek and is often associated with small, clear, rock- or gravel-bottomed streams (Robison & Buchanan 1988).
(1) Species 1884 1937 Bullhead catfishes (Ictaluridae) Flathead catfish, Pylodictis olivaris X Channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus X Brown bullhead, Ameiurus nebulosus X X Carp (Cyprinidae) Common carp, Cyprinius carpio carpio X X Ide, Leuciscus idus auratus X Goldfish, Carassius auratous X Tench, Tinca tinca X Suckers (Catostomidae) Buffalo, Ictiobus sp.
No gonadal abnormalities were observed in goldfish (Carassius auratus), common carp (Cyprinus carpio), gizzard shad (Dorosoma eepedianum), brown bullhead (Ictalurus ameiurus), pumpkinseed (Lepomis gibbosus), and bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus).
Glochidia remain attached to yellow and black bullheads (Ameiurus natalis and A.
Three species (black bullhead, Ameiurus melas, tadpole madtom, Noturus gyrinus, and sea catfish, Arius felis) were represented by single individuals.
We captured 14 species of fish over the course of the study: bluehead chub (Cyprinidae: Nocomis leptocephalus), creek chub (Cyprinidae: Semotilus atromaculatus), rosyside dace (Cyprinidae: Clinostomus funduloides), redbreast sunfish (Centrarchidae: Lepomis auritus), yellow bullhead (Ictaluridae: Ameiurus natalis), American eel (Anguillidae: Anguilla rostrata), swallowtail shiner (Cyprinidae: Notropis procne), white shiner (Cyprinidae: Notropis albeolus), margined madtom (Ictaluridae: Noturus insignis), green sunfish (Centrarchidae: Lepomis cyanellus), bluegill sunfish (Centrarchidae: Lepomis macrochirus), mosquitofish (Poeciliidae: Gambusia affinis), warmouth sunfish (Centrarchidae: Lepomis gulosus), and a darter (Percidae: Percina spp.) (Menhinick 1991).
Catch rates of the six most captured warmwater nonnative species (fathead minnow Pimephales prometas, common carp Cyprinus carpio, channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus, black bulthead Ameiurus melas, red shiner Cyprinella lutrensis, and plains killifish Fundulus zebrinus) were used to examine for immigration, reproduction of progeny, and abiotic controls of their populations in the LCR.
Three other species were over 1%, namely black bullhead, Ameiurus melas (1096; 2.0%), deepbody anchovy, Anchoa compressa (922; 1.7%) and green sunfish, Lepomis cyanellus (796; 1.5%) and the remaining species under 1% each; striped mullet, Mugil cephalus (264), slough anchovy, Anchoa delicatissima (261), grunion, Leuresthes tenuis (246), staghorn sculpin, Leptocottus armatus (140), largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides (122), topsmelt, Atherinops affinis (62), California killifish, Fundulus parvipinnis (51), arrow goby, Clevelandia ios (14), reef surfperch, Micrometrus aurora (8), yellowfin goby, Acanthogobius flavimanus (6), longjaw mudsucker, Gillichthys mirabilis (2), and bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus (1).
Comparison of organochlorine pesticides, PCBs, and heavy metal contamination and of detoxifying response in tissues of Ameiurus melas from corbara, alviano, and trasimeno lakes, Italy.
Only three species, Black Bullhead (Ameiurus melas), Central Mudminnow (Umbra limi), and Green Sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus), were collected from more than three of the seven locations sampled.
Nonnative predators such as smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu), rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), and yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis) are present in the community of fishes in the Gila River (Propst et al., 2008) and consume native fishes and predacious aquatic invertebrates (Pilger et al., 2010).
La concentracion promedio de cobalto hallada en este estudio (0,243 [micron]g [g.sup.-1]) es inferior (2,8%) a la reportada por Smith & Carson (1981) en peces, y menor (87,9%) a la encontrada en bagre negro (Ameiurus melas) por Moeller et al.
In addition to common carp, Marsh Lake primarily contained black bullhead (Ameiurus melas), golden shiner (Notemigonus crysoleucas), and yellow perch (Perca flavescens).
Three species of Ameiurus are classified as benthic invertivores, particulate herbivores, and carnivores (Goldstein & Simon 1999).