Atlas of North American Freshwater Fishes
The poeciliid fishes (Cyprinodontiformes) : their structure, zoogeography, and systematics. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 126, article 1
The poeciliid fishes (Cyprinidontiformes), their structure, zoogeography and systematics.
Origin and Geography of the Fish Fauna of the Laurentian Great Lakes Basin
The native fishes of the Great Lakes basin consist of 153 species, 64 genera, and 25 families. The total ichthyofaunal lists for the several lakes and (in parentheses) their tributary basins are as…
Comments on the Classification and Nomenclature of Lampreys — An Alternative View
- R. Bailey
- 1 November 1980
It is suggested that modern lampreys be classified in one family, three subfamilies, and six genera, and most species are in a single genus Lampetra consisting of six subgenera.
Fishes of South Dakota
A revision of the black basses (Micropterus and Huro) with descriptions of four new forms
Comments on the subgenera of darters (Percidae) with descriptions of two new species of Etheostoma (Ulocentra) from southeastern United States
Darters are classified in three genera of which Percinu, with nine subgenera and about 35 species, is the rriost primitive, Ammoc~pta, which is highly adapted to a s:uiti habitat, and Etheostoma, with over 100 species, are the most diverse.
Variation and Systematic Significance of Vertebral Counts in the American Fishes of the Family Percidae