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Revision of the genus Poromitra (Melamphaidae): Part 2. New species of the group P. crassiceps
TLDR
Five new species of the genus Poromitra belonging to the group of species P. crassiceps are described, in which bony crests of the anterior edge are at an acute angle to each other, and the posterior and lower edges are uniformly (without break) spinulated with small spinules.
Revision of the genus Poromitra (Melamphaidae): Part 1. Species of group P. crassiceps
TLDR
Revision of mesopelagic fish of the genus Poromitra (family Melamphaidae) has been performed on a large collection material, showing that the genus includes five groups of species: P. crassiceps, P. capito, P., crassa, and P. megalops.
Revision of the genus Poromitra (Melamphaidae): Part 6. Species of the P. megalops group
  • A. N. Kotlyar
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of Ichthyology
  • 2 May 2010
TLDR
This study demonstrated that P. megalops occurs only in the Atlantic Ocean and that in the Indian Ocean and the central part of the Pacific Ocean, P. macrophthalma (Gilchrist) dwells.
Revision of genus Melamphaes (Melamphaidae). II. Multi-Raker species: M. polylepis, M. falsidicus sp. nova, M. pachystomus sp. nova, M. macrocephalus, M. leprus
  • A. N. Kotlyar
  • Environmental Science, Biology
    Journal of Ichthyology
  • 14 October 2011
The second part of the publication is devoted to the Melamphaes species (family Melamphaidae), which are characterized by 20 and more rakers on the first gill arch, by seven soft rays in the ventral
Revision of the genus Melamphaes (Melamphaidae): 1. Oligo-Raker species M. laeviceps, M. spinifer, and M. eulepis
  • A. N. Kotlyar
  • Environmental Science, Biology
    Journal of Ichthyology
  • 24 December 2014
The redescription of three oligo-raker species of Melamphaes genus (≤19 rakers on the gill arch)—M. laeviceps, M. spinifer, and M. eulepis—is presented. These species are characterized by eye
Melamphaes uniformis, a new species of the family Melamphaidae from the Tasman Sea
TLDR
During the investigation of the collections of the Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, I found a specimen from the Tasman Sea, which (based on the combina tion of the characters) cannot be referred to any known species of the family Melamphaidae.
A new genus and species of early Sarmatian porgies (Perciformes, Sparidae) from the Krasnodar Region
A new genus and species of porgies (Perciformes, Sparidae), Pshekharus yesinorum gen. et sp. nov., from the Lower Sarmatian locality of bony fishes on the Pshekha River (northern Caucasus) is
Holocentridae from Borodino submarine elevation (Philippine Sea)
  • A. N. Kotlyar
  • Biology, Environmental Science
    Journal of Ichthyology
  • 24 February 2017
TLDR
The Sargocentron borodinoensis new species is described based on one specimen found at 100–190 m depth, and the Holocentrid fishes from the Borodino submarine elevation (Philippine Sea) is reported for the first time.
Revision of genus Melamphaes (Melamphaidae). I. Multi-Raker species: M. lugubris, M. xestoachidus sp. nova, M. microps, M. manifestus sp. nova
  • A. N. Kotlyar
  • Biology, Environmental Science
    Journal of Ichthyology
  • 14 October 2011
TLDR
The taxonomic revision of mesopelagic fish species of Melamphaes genus (Melamphaidae family) was performed on a significant number of specimens, resulting in new species M. lugubris, M. xestoachidus, and M. manifestus, all of which are found in the equatorial areas of the eastern Atlantic Ocean.
Revision of genus Melamphaes (Melamphaidae): Part 4. Multi-raker species: M. ebelingi, M. occlusus sp. nova, and M. nikolayi sp. nova
In the fourth part of the revision of the genus Melamphaes (Melamphaidae) multi-raker species (20 and more rakers at the first gill arch, rarely 19—in M. ebelingi) with eight soft rays in the ventral
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