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Two new gobiid fishes of the genus Gobiopsis and a redescription of Feia nympha Smith
Ernest A. Lachner
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|Statement||Ernest A. Lachner and James F. McKinney.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology ; no. 299, Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 299.|
|Contributions||McKinney, James F., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 299, QL638.G7 .S54 no. 299|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||79011929|
by Steven Grant () Introduction. In recent years there have been numerous works on fishes of the family Botiidae (I use Botiidae rather than Cobitidae as per Šlechtová et al ); but most of them discuss nomenclature of the names of genus rank and above, or are descriptions or synonymies of the genera and species that inhabit waters of China, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and. A previously unknown genus of electric fish has been identified in a remote region of South America by a team of international researchers including University of . Bali, Indonesia Menjangan, Mimpi chanal (night dive) back to Home back to Categories index Fishes: Valenciennea helsdingenii. Twostripe goby. Bali, Indonesia Dive site: Seraya. Valenciennea helsdingenii. Twostripe goby. Bali, Indonesia Dive site: Seraya slope. Valenciennea longipinnis. Long-finned goby. Cebu, Philippines
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Get this from a library. Two new gobiid fishes of the genus Gobiopsis and a redescription of Feia nympha Smith. [Ernest A Lachner; James F McKinney]. Ikeda, Y., Ono, A., Sakamoto, K. & T. Suzuki. New record of the gobiid fish Feia nympha from Japan and comments on its unique cephalic sensory papillae rows.
Biogeography 2: Lachner, E. & J. McKinney. Two new gobiid fishes of the genus Gobiopsis and a redescription of Feia nympha Smith. Gobiidae is a family of bony fish in the order Gobiiformes, one of the largest fish families comprising more than 2, species in more than genera, sometimes referred to as the "true gobies".
Most of them are relatively small, typically less than 10 cm ( in) in length. The Gobiidae includes some of the smallest vertebrates in the world, such as Trimmatom nanus and Pandaka pygmaea Class: Actinopterygii.
Gobiopsis is a genus of fish in the family Gobiidae native to the Indian and Pacific Ocean. Species. There are currently 15 recognized species in this genus: Gobiopsis angustifrons Lachner & McKinney, (Narrow-nape barbelgoby); Gobiopsis arenaria (Snyder, ) (Patch-work barbelgoby); Gobiopsis atrata (Griffin, ) (New Zealand barbelgoby); Gobiopsis bravoi (Herre, ) (Bravo's Class: Actinopterygii.
Two new species of the gobiid fish genus Trimma, T. imaii and T. caudipunctatum, are described based on a specimen from Izu-oshima Island, the Izu Islands in the former and two specimens from. Two new species from the Indian Ocean are described, Eviota notata and Eviota springeri.
Eviota notata has a complete cephalic sensory pore system (pattern 1), a dorsal/anal fin-ray formula of 7/7 Author: David Greenfield.
A recent () expedition to the Chagos Archipelago resulted in the collection of about 40 new taxa of fishes. A new genus,Trimmatom, and two new species,T. nanus andT. offucius, are described here. The new genus is characterized by having all pelvic-fin rays simple (unbranched), a scaleless body, no head pores, a wide gill opening extending anteroventrally to below the eye, and Cited by: Fish Genus Gobiopsis with Descriptions of Four New Species (Pisces: Gobiidae).
Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number52 pages, 7 figures, 11 plates, 8 tables, —The genus Gobiopsis Steindachner comprises ten species, four of which are described as new. Five monotypic genera are placed in the synonymy. Descriptions of two new gobies (Gobiidae: Acentrogobius) from Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea GERALD R.
ALLEN Department of Aquatic Zoology, Western Australian Museum, Locked Welshpool DC, Perth, Western Australia Abstract Two new species belonging to the gobiid genus Acentrogobius are described from mud-bottom habitat in the.
Classification of fishes both recent and fossil. synonymy and a redescription of the gobiid fish Aruma histrio and a discussion of the related genus Ophiogobius. Copeia A new genus and two new species of gobiid fishes (Perciformes) from the Chagos Archipelago, central Indian Ocean. Environmental Biology of Fishes.
6: Ctenogobiops mitodes is described as a new species of gobiid fish from 12 specimens from Pratas Reef in the South China Sea and the Marshall Is., with nontype specimens from the Solomon Is.
and Papua New Guinea, and photographic records from New Caledonia, Fiji, and Flores, Indonesia. Like others of the genus, it shares a burrow with alpheid Cited by: 5. Introduction. The generally small body-sized gobiid fishes of the family Gobiidae constitute the most diverse group of marine teleost fishes (Miller ; Chen and Kottelat ).Within the family, the Luciogobius generic complex includes three related genera: Luciogobius Gill (), Astrabe Jordan and Snyder () and Clariger Jordan and Snyder (), which share the following features Author: Nian-Hong Jang-Liaw, You-Hai Gong, I-Shiung Chen.
Two new gobiid fish species in Trimmaand Trimmatomfrom the Indian and Western Pacific Oceans nanus complex includes five described species; T. na - nus, T. macropodus, T. zapodes, T. officius, and T. sag - T.
eviotops group consists of T. eviotops plus six undescribed species, one of which is. Hugh Smith began it all originally by describing a new genus and species of goby, Eugnathogobius microps, from a single specimen from the lower Bangpakong River, Thailand (Smith, ).
He characterized the genus by its enormous mouth with elongate maxillary, but did not compare it with any known genus. Koumans () considered that Eugnathogobius.
A new species of the gobiid genus Gobius (Gobiidae, Perciformes), Gobius incognitus sp. nov. is described from the Mediterranean Sea, and its most morphologically similar species Gobius bucchichi is redescribed.
The new species is distinguished from its congeners by: scales in lateral series 51–59; predorsal scales 25–35; opercle scaled in adults with 10–16 scales present; pectoral fin.
Two New Species of the Gobiid Fish Genus Trimma (Perciformes: Gobioidei) from Southern Japan Toshiyuki Suzuki1 and Hiroshi Senou2 1Amagasaki-kita Senior High School, 3–38–1, Nishikoya, Amagasaki, Hyogo –, Japan E-mail: [email protected] A Review of the Indo-Pacific Gobiid Fish Genus Ctenogobiops, with Descriptions of Two New Species John E.
Randall1, Kwang-Tsao Shao2 and Jeng-Ping Chen3,* 1Bishop Museum, Bernice St., Honolulu, HIUSA 2Institute of Zoology, Academia Sinica, Nankang, Taipei, TaiwanR.O.C. 3National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium, Checheng, Pingtung, Taiwanby: Gilbert, C.H.,A preliminary report on the fishes collected by the steamer "Albatross" on the Pacific coast of North America during the yearwith descriptions of twelve new genera and ninety-two new species., Proc.
U.S. Nat. Mus., Smith () erected the genus Feia to accommodate his new species F. nympha from Pinda, Mozambique. Lachner and McKinney () redescribed the species based on a reexamination of the holotype and on additional specimens from the Seychelles, Indonesia and the Great Barrier Reef.
They also reported on two specimens of a possibly undescribed. The examination of a species of Japanese gobiid fishes with five branchiostegals and completely separated pelvic fins revealed that it agrees well with the holotype of Riukiuia poecila Fowler,known only from the fact that no specimen has been identified as a since is considered to be due to the original description, where a is described as having five Cited by: 2.
Ophieleotris aporos was originally described by Bleeker ( 59) as Eleotris Gill ( ) established the genus Ophiocara based on Eleotris ophicephalusValenciennes, a synonym of Ophiocara porocephala (Valenciennes), wasassigned to the genus Ophiocara by Bleeker ( 27).Aurich ( ) established a new genus Ophieleotris for based on the study of Author: Prince Akihito, Katsusuke Meguro.
NOTES ON FISHES OF THE G~NUS GLYPTOTHORA.X BLYTH. By M.A. MENON, ,Of/g. Scientific Assistant, Zoological Survey of India, Oalcutta. INTRODUCTION. Horal in created the genus Laguvia to accommodate two small species of Sisorid fishes, L.
skawi and L. riberoi obtained from the rivers of the Darjeeling District, W Bengal. Abstract A new gobiid genus, Grallenia, is described based on 2 new species from the western Paciﬁc. Grallenia belongs to the gobiid subfamily Gobiinae, and is distinguished from the other gobiine genera in having the following combination of characters: usually VI-I, 7–10 dorsal-ﬁn.
Download book Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text Descriptions of two new gobiiform fishes from the Cape of Good Hope / by G. Boulenger. Abstract. Gobius salamansa sp.
nov., a new species of tropical eastern Atlantic goby (Teleostei: Gobiidae: Gobiinae) is described from the island of São Vicente in the Republic of Cabo Verde. With adults measuring less than 35 mm TL (total length) it is the smallest species among is easily distinguishable from its Atlantico-Mediterranean congeners thanks to a unique character: an Cited by: 4.
Two species of small gobiid fishes genus Luciogobius, i.e., L. elongatus, L. platycephaluswere described as the first records from Korea based on specimens collected from gravel beaches of Gijang-gun, Busan-si, Korea. Luciogobius elongatusis distinguished from.
The gobioid fishes are generally small fishes and rarely exceed 50 cm. The smallest of all the fishes is found among them, i.e a species identified as Trimmatom of the Gobiidae whose matured females are 8–10 mm in standard length (Winterbottom and Emery, ).The geographical distribution of the gobioid fishes is worldwide, and they are absent only from the Arctic and Antarctic by: Two new western Atlantic species of Gobionellus (family Gobiidae) are described and figured.
comma, which is presently known only from the southern Caribbean Sea, off Venezuela, is characterized primarily by a dark, comma-shaped bar in the suborbital area. atripinnis, which has been found only in the western Gulf of Mexico, from southern Texas to Veracruz, Mexico, is most readily Cited by: 6.
About this book. The Indo-Pacific gobiid genus Istigobius Whitley is most closely related to Exyrias, but is easily separated from Exyrias by its lack of fully scaled cheeks and bius comprises 10 species: the type-species I.
ornatus (Rüppell), distributed from the Red Sea to Fiji; I. perspicillatus (Herre), known only from India, Thailand, and Australia; I. hoshinonis (Tanaka. A new species of the gobiid fish genus. Pseudogobiopsis (Teleostei, Gobiidae, Gobionellinae) from Indonesia.
Helen K. Larson. 1*, Renny K. Hadiaty. and Nicolas Hubert. Abstract. A new species of. Pseudogobiopsis. is described, solving the identity of a goby from Java in. Oxudercinae are elongate gobiid fishes, compressed posteriorly; cycloid scales and vary in size from small to large; predorsal scales 0 or as many as ; head is small to moderate (% SL); eyes located dorsally on head; moderate to wide gape; caninoid teeth, obtusely pointed, or bifid, and uniserialin both jaws (Ref.
) Amblyopinae are. Greenfield, D.W. and S.L. Jewett, Two new gobiid fishes of the genus Eviota from the Indian Ocean (Teleostei: Gobiidae).
Zootaxa Zootaxa A review of the gobioid fishes of Japan: With descriptions of twenty-one new species [Jordan, David Starr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A review of the gobioid fishes of Japan: With descriptions of twenty-one new speciesAuthor: David Starr Jordan. Two remarkable genera and species of the millipede family Julidae, Titanophyllum spiliarum gen.
n., sp. and Mammamia profuga gen. sp., n., are described from caves in Greece and Italy, presence of a flagellum and the absence of a ‘pro-mesomerital forceps’ on the gonopods place them in the tribe Brachyiulini Verhoeff,an unnatural grouping based on plesiomorphic Cited by: 5. A PRELIMINARY REVIEW OF THE INDO-PACIFIC GOBIID FISHES OF THE GENUS GNATHOLEPIS.
John E. Randall 1 and David W. Greenfield 2 1 Bishop Museum, Bernice St., Honolulu, HawaiiU.S.A. 2 Department of Zoology, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HawaiiU.S.A. Code Number: FB INTRODUCTION. During a study of gobiid fishes from the Hawaiian Islands.
A review of the triplefin fishes (Perciformes: Blennioidei: Tripterygiidae) of Oman, with descriptions of two new species of Enneapterygius. Revue française d'Aquariologie Herpétologie 22 (): Randall, J.E. Second revision of the labrid fish genus Leptojulis, with descriptions of two new species.
Indo-Pacific Fishes Cited by: 1. Description of a new genus of Gobioid fishes from the Andes of Equador: The Annals and Magazine of Natural History (7)4: Oreogobius rosenbergii; Boulenger, G.A.
Description of a new fish of the Gobiid genus Rhiacicthys from British New Guinea: Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London: Gobiidae: Boulenger, G.
In their book The Fishes of the Seychelles, Smith & Smith ( 22, pl. 88 B) named a new species of Parupeneus as Pseudupeneus seychellensis from one specimen from a market in Mahé, Seychelles. Their description consisted of the following, “Many at Seych, differs from all known species in markings and 6 +18 gillrakers.
Type, male, 10 in.”.Cited by: 7. A New Genus and New Species of Hawaiian Gobiid Fishl WAYNE J. BALDWIN2 Psilogobius new genus series BPBM Also, the vertebral count was taken from one partially dissected alizarin stained specimen from this series. The value for the holotype is shown in parentheses and the values for the paratypes follow.
METHODS RECENT FISH COLLECTIONS. Feia nota Gill & Mooi mark, referring to pale spots on dorsal part of body. Feia nympha Smith nymph, an immature form of an insect that does not change greatly as it grows, probably referring to this goby’s small size (27 mm), and reflecting Smith’s comment that.
This article is from ctAbstractA new species of Clariger Jordan & Snyder, was collected from northern Taiwan. The genus was previously known.More than million years ago an ancestral aquatic vertebrate began diverging into two species that would ultimately represent the ancestors to clades comprising the bony fishes and cartilaginous fishes.
Today bony fishes comprise more t extant species, while there are only about living species of cartilaginous fishes.Gobies. Gobies are a common community fish that will often times command their territory.
There are many different kinds of Gobies that swim at the top waters or down in the sand bed. Gobies can be kept together as long as they are different kinds or bonded pairs. Some of these particular fish have a symbiotic relationship with Pistol Shrimp.