Gadiformes


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These included species within the orders Gadiformes (N = 7) and Batrachoidiformes (N = 2) (Table 1).
In summer-fall, of 32 orders of prey identified, Gadiformes predominated (54.26% FO), followed by Clupeiformes (51.3%), Salmoniformes (24.96%), and Perciformes (22.09%) (Table 4).
Number of Species specimens Order Clupeiformes (0.1%) Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii) 1 Order Salmoniformes (6.8%) Arctic cisco (Coregonus autumnalis) * 15 Sheefish (Stenodus leucichthys) * 1 Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) * 4 Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) * 21(1) Lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) 6 Order Osmeriformes (0.1%) Capelin (Mallotus villosus) 0(1) Order Gadiformes (2.3%) Polar cod (Arctogadus glacialis) * 3 Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida) * 11(1) Greenland cod (Gadus ogac) * 1 Order Gasterosteiformes (37.8%) Ninespine stickleback (Pungitius pungitius) * 260(4) Order Scorpaeniformes (52.2%) Whitespotted greenling (Hexagrammos stelleri) 1 Threaded sculpin (Gymnocanthus pistilliger) * 1(1) Arctic staghorn sculpin (Gymnocanthus tricuspis) * 2 Myoxocephalus sp.
Order Gadiformes Family Gadidae--Cods 1 species Microgadus tomcod (Walbaum, 1792).
Ishawytscha (Walbaum), chinook salmon NW Salmo salar Linnaeus, Atlantic salmon NW trout (pirate perch) Aphredoderus sayanus (Gilliams), pirate perch N, SW Family Amblyopsidae (cavefish) Amblyopsis spelaea (DeKay), northern cavefish S Typhilchthys subterraneus Girard, southern cavefish S Order Percopsiformes Family Percopsidae (trout-perch) Percopsis omiscomaycus (Walbaum), trout-perch NW, S Order Gadiformes (cod) Family Lotidae (freshwater cod) Lota lota (Linnaeus), burbot NW, WE Order Cyprinodonitiformes (topminnows, silversides) Family Fundulidae (topminnows) Fundulus catenatus (Storer), northern studfish C F.
Micromesistius, exceptionally for a member of the normally benthic gadiforms (Gadiformes), is mainly pelagic but tends to form extensive layers rather than dense masses.
Distribuicao, biomassas e ecologia de Macrouridae (Teleostei, Gadiformes) no talude continental do sul do Brasil, com enfase em Coelorinchus marinii Hubbs 1934 e Malacocephalus occidentalis Goode & Bean 1885.
Phylogenetic relationships among families of Gadiformes (Teleostei, Paracanthopterygii) based on nuclear and mitochondrial data.
Contributions to the Biology of Carapid Fishes (Paracanthopterygii: Gadiformes).
Key words: Alaska, central Aleutian Islands, Gadiformes, Lepidion, Moridae, range extension
The isolation of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua (Gadiformes), populations in northern meromictic lakes--A recurrent Arctic phenomenon.
Descriptions of larvae of Merluccius australis, Macruronus magellanicus, and observations of a larva of Micromesistius australis from southern Chile (Pisces: Gadiformes).
Clupea harengus Clupeidae 0.091 0.546 Anchoa hepsetus 0.062 0.397 Gadiformes Gadus morhua Melanogrammus aeglefinus 0.014 0.106 Enchelyopus cimbrius Urophycis chuss 1.166 5.166 Urophycis regia 4.379 13.265 Merluccius bilinearis 1.355 4.068 Ophidiiformes Ophidiidae 0.042 0.254 Lophiiformes Lophius americanus Gasterosteiformes Sygnathidae 0.042 0.156 Scorpaeniformes Prionotus spp.
Ontogeny of feeding and respiration in larval Atlantic cod Gadus morhua (Teleostei, Gadiformes): H.