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Lampreys of the world unite. An annotated and illustrated catalogue of lamprey species known to date.

  title={Lampreys of the world unite. An annotated and illustrated catalogue of lamprey species known to date.},
  author={Claude B Renaud},

Landlocked Pacific Lamprey Entosphenus tridentatus in the Middle Fork Willamette River, Oregon

Pacific Lamprey Entosphenus tridentatus is an anadromous fish native to the west coast of North America and the Pacific coast of Asia. In the 1950s, construction of dams on the Middle Fork Willamette

New Data on the Distribution of Lamprey Petromyzon marinus and Lethenteron camtschaticum (Petromyzontidae) in Barents and White Seas

Information about the sites of catches of the sea lamprey Petromyzon marinus in the western Barents Sea and Arctic lamprey Lethenteron camtschaticum in the Barents and White seas is presented based

The complete mitogenome of two Australian lampreys: mordacia mordax and mordacia praecox

The recovered topology strongly supported the hypothesis that lampreys separated from hagfishes about 409 MYA, and that lamprey divergence involved the early radiation of Mordaciidae followed by the monophyletic divergence of Geotriidae plus Petromyzontidae about 85 MYA.

Phylogeny of the lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs 1922 and closely related genera using the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene and nuclear gene introns

This chapter discusses the phylogenetic status of the genus Lethenteron, which includes Lampreys and satellite species, and Mitochondrial cyt b gene and nuclear gene introns, as well as other aspects of mitochondrial function.

Filogeografia das Lampreias da Europa Ocidental: contributos para a compreensão dos seus padrões de especiação

This paper presents a meta-analysing of the phytochemical relationships between phosphorous, nitrogen, and phosphorus in a stream as well as some of the properties of these relationships as determined by a variety of methods.

Lamprea marina – Petromyzon marinus Linnaeus, 1758

Peces - Orden Petromyzontiformes - Familia Petromyzontidae en la Enciclopedia Virtual de Vertrebrados Espanoles, http://www.vertebradosibericos.org/.

Parasitism offers large rewards but carries high risks: Predicting parasitic strategies under different life history conditions in lampreys

The results suggest that nonparasitic lineages in lampreys are common because parasitism, while offering better growth, also has lower survival, and non parasitic species may be generated at different rates because growth and survival thresholds in the model favouring parasitism are close to observed estimates.

Characterizing the diet and population structure of lampreys Lethenteron spp. using molecular techniques

The diet analyses indicated anadromous L. camtschaticum function as flesh-feeding predators that prey upon pelagic fishes, and the genetic diversity of larval lampreys was investigated, a recognized knowledge gap for populations in Alaska.

Biological characteristics of smolts of European river lamprey Lampetra fluviatilis from the Chernaya River basin (Gulf of Finland, Baltic Sea)

Biology of parasitic nonanadromous species of lampreys during the feeding phase (juvenile postmetamorphic phase) differs from biology of smolts.

The central nervous system of agnathans: an ontogenetic and phylogenetic study of encephalization and brain organization in lampreys and hagfishes

It is suggested that the manuscript should be rewritten in a chapters-by- chapters format to facilitate more detailed discussion of the author’s motivations and methods.