On the first occurrence of the rockling Gaidropsarus pakhorukovi Shcherbachev (Gairdropsarini, Lotidae, Gadidae) and on species diagnostics of G. pakhorukovi and G. parini Svetovidov

@article{Balushkin2009OnTF,
  title={On the first occurrence of the rockling Gaidropsarus pakhorukovi Shcherbachev (Gairdropsarini, Lotidae, Gadidae) and on species diagnostics of G. pakhorukovi and G. parini Svetovidov},
  author={Arcady V. Balushkin},
  journal={Journal of Ichthyology},
  year={2009},
  volume={49},
  pages={723-729}
}
  • A. Balushkin
  • Published 29 December 2009
  • Biology
  • Journal of Ichthyology
Descriptions of rare species of rocklings of the southern hemisphere Gaidropsarus pakhorukovi (the Atlantic Ocean, Rio Grande Plateau) and G. parini (the Pacific Ocean, Nazca Ridge) are verified. A rockling caught for the first time on Rio Grande Plateau in 1974, whose classification previously was doubtful, is attributed to G. pakhorukovi. New diagnostic characters of closely related G. pakhorukovi and G. parini are found. In contrast to the existing opinion on the complete loss by bony fish… 

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New insights into the systematics of North Atlantic Gaidropsarus (Gadiformes, Gadidae): flagging synonymies and hidden diversity

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A multidisciplinary approach combining the analysis of meristic data and the DNA barcode standard was applied in a species delimitation approach, showing that more studies will be necessary to solve the systematics of this branch of the Gadiformes.

New insights into the systematics of fish genus Gaidropsarus (Gadiformes, Gadidae): flagging synonymies and hidden diversity

1 Department of Biochemistry, Genetics and Immunology, University of Vigo, C/ Fonte das Abelleiras s/n, 36310 Vigo, Spain. E-mails: davbarros@uvigo.es; adcarlos@uvigo.es 2 Instituto de

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