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Synonyms for Cottidae

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While it feed on a variety of crustaceans and bivalves, this species appears to be unique among cottids in ingesting large numbers of snails (Norton 1988).
Norton, "Capture success and diet of cottid fishes: the role of predator morphology and attack kinematics," Ecology, vol.
Ontogeny of feeding morphology and kinematics in juvenile fishes: a case study of the cottid fish Clinocottus analis.
Uniformity between larval Icelinus and other cottid larvae is noted in the assignment of phenetic groups based on shared larval characters (e.g., preopercular spine pattern, body shape, and pigmentation) (Richardson, 1981).
Arctic staghorn sculpin 0 (0) (Gymnocanthus tricuspis) (4) Arctic hookear sculpin 0 (0) (Artediellus uncinatus) (4) Cottid larvae 3 (0.1) Sturgeon poacher (Agonus 1 (0) acipenserinus) (4) Kelp snailfish (Liparis 0 (0) tunicatus) (4) Liparis sp.
The cottid genus Triglops Reinhardt (1830), including Prionistius Bean (1884), Elanura Gilbert (1896), and Sternias Jordan and Evermann (1898) as junior synonyms, contains 19 nominal species and subspecies, of which nine are currently recognized as valid (Pietsch, 1993).
Sea stars, glycerid polychaetes, and freshwater cottid fish may detect prey by vibrational cues (Doering, 1982; Ockelmann and Vahl, 1970; Janssen, 1990).
The sites, Two-Mile Run (39[degrees]67'85", -79[degrees]05'87"), Mill Run (39[degrees]71'98", -79[degrees]29'81"), Casselman River (39[degrees]59'85", -79[degrees]20'71"), and Little Bear Creek (39[degrees]65'60", -79[degrees]26'11") were selected based upon the following criteria: (1) mottled sculpin as the only cottid species present, (2) sculpin populations greater than 60 sculpin per 100 m of stream in order for the population to be considered large enough for removal offish samples, and (3) the appropriate level of embeddedness (15% or 35%) as measured by the Maryland Biological Stream Survey (2005).
A functional approach to ecomorphological patterns of feeding in cottid fishes.
of Prey name (mm) (mm) (mm) individuals Tanner crab 22.1 10.5 4.5-42.3 70 Zoarcid 86.4 73.5 36.2-256.6 15 Cottid 48.2 9.4 41.8-59 3 Stichaeid 46.9 19.6 32.7-81.5 5 Pacific sand 44.8 0.0 44.8-44.8 1 lance Arrowtooth 7.4 33.8-44.3 2 flounder Flathead sole 58.2 14.4 47.5-80.4 4
Behavioral, metabolic, and seasonal size comparisons of an introduced gobiid fish, Acanthogobius flavimanus, and a native cottid, Leptocottus armatus, from upper Newport Bay, California.
This mode of reproduction was first described in the cottid Alcichthys alcicornis (Elkhorn Sculpin), and is characterized by the association of eggs and spermatozoa in the ovary (Munehara and others 1989).
Temperature, salinity, and southern limits of three species of Pacific cottid fishes.
1997 The euryhaline cottid fish, Leptocottus armatus (Girard), second intermediate host of the trematode Ascocotyle (P.) diminuta.