catostomid


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a cypriniform fish of the family Catostomidae

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Introgressive hybridization and the evolution of lake-adapted catostomid fishes.
As expected, catostomids and percids were the first families to be present in the drift, followed by cyprinids, centrarchids, and ictalurids as the summer progressed (Table 1).
As with the cyprinid fossils, these catostomid specimens were not identified to genus due to their fragmentary nature.
Tetraploidy and the evolution of the catostomid fishes.
Most of the USNM lots are of no particular historical importance, but some have been determined to comprise type material, including a few nominal North American cyprinid, catostomid, and centrarchid species (Gilbert 1998).
An expansive sampling effort with multiple gears is warranted not only at historic collecting sites but throughout the Pearl River system to evaluate available habitat and current status of this catostomid, as well as the river redhorse Moxostoma carinatum, which has also declined precipitously in several systems throughout its range (Ross, 2001; Adams et al., 2006) and has not been encountered in the lower Pearl River in over a decade (H.
The razorback sucker (Xyrauchen texanus) is a large, riverine catostomid endemic to the Colorado River Basin.
Mutton Creek was dominated by centrarchid and catostomid species.
Life histories of two species of catostomid fishes in Sixteenmile Lake, British Columbia, with particular reference to inlet stream spawning.
Six catostomid species, all native, composed 1% of the catch.
Morphology and foods of Arizona catostomid fishes: Catostomus insiginis, Pantosteus clarki, and their putative hybrids.
Eleven catostomid species inhabit the Baraboo River, a tributary of the Wisconsin River, located in south central Wisconsin.
Catostomid spawning migrations and late-summer fish assemblages in Lower Muddy Creek, an intermittent watershed in southern Carbon County, Wyoming.