ichthyologist


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a zoologist who studies fishes

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CSIRO ichthyologist John Pogonoski described the trip as "frontier science" which was vital for increasing scientists' understanding of the deep-sea environment.
Recently, on April 24, 2014, in the publication of the Ichthyological Society of Japan, Ichthyological Research, the well known ichthyologist Gerald R.
Identification of fish was carried out by an Iranian Ichthyologist in accordance with [3].
TEHRAN (FNA)- Discovering a new species is, among biologists, akin to hitting a grand slam, and University of South Carolina ichthyologist Joe Quattro led a team that recently cleared the bases.
Tyson Roberts, an ichthyologist with the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, has long hypothesized that oarfish can jettison sections of their bodies below the abdomen, much the way lizards can shed their tails.
Eugene Willis Gudger (1866-1956) was the first American ichthyologist that can be considered a true naturalist and the first to study the biology of elasmobranchs.
However, Florida State University ichthyologist Dean Grubbs says this sea monster is simply a shark.
Neil is an ichthyologist, which isn't spelled at all the way it sounds.
Pethiyagoda, an ichthyologist and internationally acclaimed conservationist, said extensive studies in India and Sri Lanka showed that the level of diversity among such fish was "much greater than previously suspected".
They decided to replace the salmon model in the Alaskan brown bear diorama after consulting a museum ichthyologist, who determined that the fish needed to be recolored to an accurate shade based on the season represented.
Courtenay-Latimer, a curator at a natural history museum in East London, South Africa, sent a sketch to an amateur ichthyologist who later confirmed that the fish was indeed special--a coelacanth, a member of a group known only from fossil evidence and thought to be extinct for millions of years.
In addition to expelling the roach, I half expected her to burp up a car licence plate or a tyre like that scene in Jaws where Richard Dreyfuss' ichthyologist opens a Great White on the dockside.
According to a University of Alberta ichthyologist, the fish's protuberant "second jaw" was a result of the normal process of the fish's bony tongue pushing through its decomposing lower mandible (p.
As human populations increase and more people enjoy recreation in sharks' habitats, the number of shark-on-human attacks is likely to continue to increase, says University of Florida ichthyologist George Burgess.