Fishes of the Great Lakes Region, Revised Edition

  title={Fishes of the Great Lakes Region, Revised Edition},
  author={C. Hubbs and K. F. Lagler and Gerald R. Smith},
Occupancy and detection of Yellow Perch in Great Lakes coastal wetlands
Monitoring the Milwaukee Harbor breakwater : an Engineering With Nature® (EWN®) demonstration project
The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) maintains breakwaters in Milwaukee Harbor. USACE’s Engineering With Nature® (EWN®) breakwater demonstration project created rocky aquatic habitat with cobblesExpand
First record of Bathygobius hongkongensis (Perciformes: Gobiidae) from Jeju Island, Korea
The new Korean name proposed for B. hongkongensis is “Nam-bang-mu-nui-mang-duk,” which is similar to B. fuscus but differs in having more dorsalmost free pectoral fin rays. Expand
Redescription of the Korean sandlance Hypoptychus dybowskii from Korea
Hypoptychus dybowskii, the Korean sandlance, is widespread in cold areas of the North Pacific. Although H. dybowskii has been considered to occur on the coast of Hamgyeongnam-do in Korea, the speciesExpand
Revising the distribution of a threatened goby, Apocryptodon punctatus (Perciformes, Oxudercidae), in Japan with the discovery of an isolated population
A review of distributional records of Apocryptodon punctatus revealed that this population represents the southernmost record of the species in Japanese waters, and is isolated ca. Expand
New Record of Gadella jordani and Redescription of Physiculus japonicus (Pisces: Moridae) in Korea
We describe the morphological characteristics of two morids, Gadella jordani and Physiculus japonicus, belonging to the order Gadiformes, based on Korean specimens collected from the Korean ocean.Expand
Preliminary report on fish diversity in the tidal pools of Jeju Island, Korea
Comprehensive and intensive research is required into the rocky marine biodiversity of this island, including tidal pools, to better understand the fish diversity, and the species richness of Jeju Island is high. Expand
The Hoosier cavefish, a new and endangered species (Amblyopsidae, Amblyopsis) from the caves of southern Indiana
This is the first new cavefish species described from the United States in 40 years and exemplifies how molecular data can alert us to the presence of otherwise cryptic biodiversity. Expand
Description of a new species of cryptic snubnose darter (Percidae: Etheostomatinae) endemic to north-central Mississippi
Analysis of morphological truss and geometric measurements and meristic and male color characters yielded quantitative differences in E. raneyi from the two drainages consistent with genetic evidence, which is foundational for research and conservation efforts of this group of stream fishes. Expand