Psettichthys


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The larval development of the sand sole (Psettichthys melanostictus).
Food and feeding studies on adults of two species of pleuronecrids (Platichthys stellatus and Psettichthys melanostictus) in East Sound, Orcas Island (Washington).
Growth and development of sand sole post larvae (Psettichthys melanostictus).
The most abundant larvae, in descending order, were northern anchovy, English sole (Parophrys vetulus), sand sole (Psettichthys melanostictus), rex sole (Glyptocephalus zachirus), and Pacific tomcod (Microgadus proximus) (Fig.
The four species examined were English sole (Pleuronectes vetulus), Pacific sanddab (Citharichthys sordidus), sand sole (Psettichthys melanostictus), and starry flounder (Platichthys stellatus).
[bilineata.sup.IMO] Longhead dab Limanda [proboscidea.sup.I] Yellowfin sole Limanda [aspera.sup.IM] Rex sole Glyptocephalus [zachirus.sup.O] Oher flatfish * Isopsetta [isolepis.sup.IM], * Limanda [sakhalinensis.sup.MO], Psettichthys melanostictus, Microstomus pacificus Table 2 Roundfish guild species or species groups used for biodiversity indexes.
Pacific sanddab (j) Citharichthys sordidus Speckled sanddab (j) Citharichthys stigmaeus Pleuronectidae Dover sole (j) Microstomus pacificus Sand sole (j) Psettichthys melanostictus Slender sole (j) Eopsetta exilis Starry flounder Platichthys stellatus Curlfin sole (j) Pleuronichthys decurrens English sole Parophrys vetulus Rex sole (j) Errex zachirus Molidae Ocean sunfish Mola mola Total June (84 stations) Class and Family Number F.O.
Larvae from the developmental series of this unidentified pleuronectid most closely resembled larvae previously described as Psettichthys melanostictus (Hickman, 1959; Pertseva-Ostroumova, 1961) and, for the following few years, larval pigment patterns and morphological characters were used to separate what were then considered Psettichthys into two readily distinguishable morphotypes.
During winter and spring 1987, larvae of both morphotypes of "Psettichthys" were collected from Puget Sound and reared through transformation and settlement stages, and upon examination of the reared juveniles, Kendall and Matarese(1) determined that larvae previously referred to as "Psettichthys 2" were, in fact, another form of Lepidopsetta.
The unidentified series (Psettichthys 2) was similar to larvae previously described for P.
This subset included all reidentified samples that had been originally identified as Psettichthys 2, Lepidopsetta 2, and L.
Lepidopsetta Gill, 1862:330 (type species Platichthys umbrosus Girard, 1856 [originally cited as Psettichthys umbrosus but subsequently corrected by Gill (1864)], by monotypy).
pinnifasciatus, Psettichthys melanostictus, and Inopsetta ischyra (a possible hybrid of Platichthys stellatus and Parophrys vetulus) have a single pore.
bilineata closely resemble those of Psettichthys among other genera (Table 12).