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Synonyms for Ictiobus

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Life History, Ecology, and Management of the Smallmouth Buffalo, Ictiobus bubalus (Ratinesque), with Reference to Elephant Butte Lake.
The first extirpation period (pre-1915) resulted in disappearance of large-bodied, big-river natives (shovelnose sturgeon, longnose gar Lepisosteus osseus, American eel, blue sucker Cycleptus elongatus, smallmouth buffalo Ictiobus bubalus, gray redhorse Moxostoma congestum, blue catfish Ictalurus furcatus, flathead catfish Pylodictis olivaris, freshwater drum Aplodinotus grunniens) that were only known from archaeological evidence or 19th-century surveys.
Neither of these species was recorded in either of Hay's papers, but taxonomy of the genera Carpiodes and Ictiobus was not clarified until Hubbs' (1930) study.
* Ictiobus cyprinellus.--The bigmouth buffalo is abundant in the eastern United States.
Collections of silverband shiner (Notropis schumardi), bigmouth buffalo (Ictiobus cyprinellus), striped bass (M.
commersoni, white sucker 2441 194 298 Cycleptus elongatus, blue sucker 85 14 29 Erimyzon oblongus, creek chubsucker 139 29 46 Hypentilium nigricans, northern hogsucker 990 370 242 Ictiobus bubalus, smallmouth buffalo 40 2 11 I.
They include only two astomatous fishes, reported herein for the first time; a smallmouth buffalo, Ictiobus bubalus and a common carp, Cyprinus carpio.
0.11(0.33) Ictiobus bubalus 1.11(3.33) Ictalurus punctatus 0.50(1.00) 0.11(0.33) Ictalurus melas 3.75(6.18) 0.11(0.33) Fundulus grandis 2.89(5.51) Cyprinodon variegatus 0.25(0.50) 1.22(2.05) Gambusia affinis 1.00(1.41) 1.67(3.64) Poecilia sp.
Furthermore, because of inadequate scale samples to construct body-scale regressions the size of mooneyes (Hiodon spp.), quillback (Carpiodes cyprinus) and Ictiobus spp.
sucetta (Lacepede), lake N chubsucker Hypentelium nigricans (LeSueur), N, C northern hogsucker Ictiobus bubalus (Rafinesque), W, S smallmouth buffalo I.
Bigmouth buffalo Ictiobus bubalus, river carpsucker Carpiodes carpio and freshwater drum Aplodinotus grunniens are generalist fishes that prefer slow water and occur in the highly impacted, channelized lower river (Galat et al., 2005).
The American eel (Anguilla rostrata), northern pike (Esox lucius), black buffalo (Ictiobus niger), burbot (Lota Iota), yellow perch (Perca flavescens), and eastern sand darter (Ammocrypta pellucida) were recorded by Curry and Spacie (1978) but were not collected during the current survey.