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Global diversity of fishlice (Crustacea: Branchiura: Argulidae) in freshwater
The Branchiura of freshwater habitats, consisting of the valid genera Argulus, Chonopeltis, Dipteropeltis, and Dolops, presently contains 113 valid species and 12 undescribed species. The entireExpand
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NONTROGLOBITIC FISHES IN CAVES : THEIR ABNORMALITIES, ECOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION AND IMPORTANCE
-A total of 190 individuals representing 14 fish species were discovered from surveys of four West Virginia caves. Cottus carolinae ssp. and Lepomis macrochirus were c a p tured in Buckeye CreekExpand
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Nontroglobitic Fishes in Bruffey-Hills Creek Cave, West Virginia, and other Caves Worldwide
  • W. Poly
  • Geography
  • Environmental Biology of Fishes
  • 1 October 2001
Six species of fishes were tagged and released in September and November 1995 and on five dates between November 1998 and October 1999 inside Bruffey-Hills Creek Cave. Most of the tagged fishes wereExpand
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Selected Illinois Fishes in Jeopardy: New Records and Status Evaluations
Recent collections (late 1980s, early 1990s) in Illinois waters by resource management and university personnel conducting status surveys of jeopardized fishes, drainage-wide biotic integrityExpand
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Nongenetic variation, genetic-environmental interactions and altered gene expression. I. Temperature, photoperiod, diet, pH and sex-related effects.
  • W. Poly
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A…
  • 1 May 1997
The use of protein electrophoretic data for determining the relationships among species or populations is widespread and generally accepted. However, many confounding factors may alter the results ofExpand
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Predation on Horsehair Worms (Phylum Nematomorpha)
ABSTRACT Field observations revealed cases of predation on horsehair worms by brown trout (Salmo trutta) in Maryland and Minnesota, a rock bass (Ambloplites rupestris) in Kentucky, and a crayfish inExpand
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New State, Host, and Distribution Records of the Fish Ectoparasite, Argulus (Branchiura), From Illinois (U.S.a.)
Argulus americanus, A. flavescens, A. lepidostei, and A. japonicus are reported from Illinois for the first time. Gizzard shad (Dorosoma cepedianum) is a new host record for A. japonicus, bigmouthExpand
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HOST AND LOCALITY RECORDS OF THE FISH ECTOPARASITE, ARGULUS (BRANCHIURA), FROM OHIO (U.S.A.)
Argulus flavescens and A. appendiculosus were collected from five fish species in two major Ohio river basins during August-October, 1994. The golden redhorse, Moxostoma erythrurum, is a new hostExpand
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New host and distribution records for parasitic copepods in the Northeast Pacific Ocean with a discussion of taxonomy of the genus Acanthochondria
Five species of parasitic copepods were collected near Unimak Island, Alaska in May 1999 from starry flounder (Platichthys stellatus (Pallas, 1788)) and northern rock sole (Lepidopsetta polyxystraExpand
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