Pholis


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Related to Pholis: Pholis gunnellus, Blennius pholis
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Nisqually Eld Inlet Reach Scientific Name Common Name GF C GF C Cancer gracilis Graceful crab 300 421 70 95 Leptocottus armatus Staghorn Sculpin 4 4 53 83 Cancer productus Red rock crab 4 1 53 17 Pholis ornata Saddleback gunnel 1 0 21 7 Pandalas danae Dock shrimp 6 6 0 1 Pugettia producta Kelp crab 1 1 1 0 Cymatogaster aggregata Shiner perch 1 0 0 1 Pycnopodia helianthoides Sunflower star 0 1 0 1 Hemigrapsus oregonensis Shore crab 0 0 1 0 Crangon sp.
Unidentified clinid O Pholidaide Apodichthys flavidus Penpoint Gunnel R Xererpes fucorum Rockweed Gunnel R Pholis ornata Saddleback Gunnel R Ammodytidae Ammodytes hexapterus Pacific Sand Lance R Gobiidae Lepidogobius lepidus Bay Goby O Gobiidae spp.
flavidus development can be used to distinguish larvae of this species from co-occurring species of Pholis spp., Apodichthys, Ulvicola, and Xererpes along the West Coast of the United States.
Phylogeny of the family Pholidae (Blennioidei) with a redescription of Pholis Scopoli.
There were many species of fish that were unique to SAG including the American eel (Anguilla rostrata), oyster toadfish (Opsanus tau), rock gunnel (Pholis gunnellus), and Atlantic tomcod (Microgadus tomcod).
Occurrence of Haemogregarina bigemina (Protozoan: Apicomplexa) in Blennius pholis (Pisces: Blenniidae) along the Portuguese west coast.
The sticheid-pholid group included fish from a variety of families: three spine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus), snake prickleback (Lumpenus sagitta), high cockscomb (Anoplarchus purpurescens), wattled eelpout (Lycodes palearis), Pacific sandfish (Trichodon trichodon), and saddleback gunnel (Pholis ornata).
Larvae of taxa that spawn from late winter through early spring, such as sculpins (Myoxocephalus spp.), sand lance (Ammodytes sp.), and rock gunnel (Pholis gunnellus) were dominant in Penobscot Bay in March and April.
1997 1998 Family Egg Species type Density FO Density FO Anguillidae Anguilla rostrata -- 0.004 2 Clupeidae Clupea harengus D 0.009 4 0.072 15 Osmeridae Mallotus villosus D 0.022 5 Gadidae Enchelyopus cimbrius P 0.034 11 Gadus morhua P 0.002 1 0.022 5 Microgadus tomcod D 0.007 2 Pollachius virens P 0.007 3 Labridae Tautogolabrus adspersus P 0.007 3 Stichaeidae Lumpenus lampraetiformis D 0.086 23 Ulvaria subbifurcata D 0.462 41 0.014 5 Stichaeus punctatus D 0.014 3 Pholidae Pholis gunnellus D 0.099 27 1.428 75 Cryptacanthodeidae Cryptacanthodes maculatus D 0.054 12 0.294 33 Ammodytidae Ammodytes sp.
The most common larvae ([is greater than] 35% of the samples) were rock gunnel (Pholis gunnellus), sea raven (Hemitripterus americanus), longhorn sculpin (Myoxocephalus octodecimspinosus), grubby (M.
Larvae that hatched from demersal eggs from late winter through early spring, such as Myoxocephalus spp., Ammodytes sp., and Pholis gunnellus, were abundant in Penobscot Bay in March and April and gradually their numbers in plankton samples declined.