2 edition of new species of the scorpionfish genus Helicolenus from the North Pacific Ocean found in the catalog.
new species of the scorpionfish genus Helicolenus from the North Pacific Ocean
|Statement||by Tokiharu Abe and William N. Eschmeyer.|
|Series||Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th ser., v. 39, no. 4, Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences ;, v. 39, no. 4.|
|Contributions||Eschmeyer, William N., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .C253 vol. 39, no. 4, QL638.S42 .C253 vol. 39, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||72193695|
deeperwaters of the North Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea squids form a major part of their diet. In the eastern North Pacific Ocean the neritic squid Loligo opalescens is the most importantspecies preyed on by marine mammals over the continental shelf. However, the data available on consumption of squid by marine mammals have not beensystem. Two new species of the Pterostichus macrogenys species group (Coleoptera, Carabidae) 51 Figures 8– Dorsal view of species of the macrogenys species group. 8 Pterostichus shinbodakensis sp. n., holotype male 9 A female of the unidentified species sympatric with P. shinbodakensis 10 P. tateishiy- amanus sp. n., holotype male 11 P. tateishiyamanus sp. n., paratype : Kôji Sasakawa, Hirotarô Itô. The new hogfish is a member of the subgenus Trochocopus, whose members frequent deep-reef habitats and are amongst the smallest species of this speciose labrid genus. The new species closely resembles two red-striped species, the western Pacific B. neopercularis and the Indian Ocean B. opercularis, differing from them in. Buy Second Revision of the Surgeonfish Genus Ctenochaetus (Perciformes: Acanthuridae), With Descriptions of Two New Species (Indo-Pacific Fishes Number 32) on .
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Publication date Topics Helicolenus Collection citebank Language English Volume 4th ser. 39 () Addeddate. Tw o new species of the sco rpionfish genus T rachyscorpia ar e described on the basis of 20 and 7 specimens collected from Australasia at depths of – m and the southwestern Indian Ocean.
Tokiharu Abe (阿部 宗明, Abe Tokiharu, April 3,in Tokyo – August 9,in Tokyo) was a Japanese worked for the University Museum of the University of became notable for his taxonomic studies on the pufferfish (Tetraodontidae, Teleostei) from East Asia, in particular the genus Takifugu which he first described in Authority control: CiNii: DAX, ISNI:.
The stellate scorpionfish is now the deepest dwelling member of its genus in the Caribbean. barrybrowni is also the ninth newly discovered fish Author: Max Carol.
Abstract. A new species of scorpaenid fish, Ebosia vespertina sp. nov., is described on the basis of 19 specimens from off Mozambique, South Africa, and Madagascar, southwestern Indian Ocean.
The new species is most similar to Ebosia falcata and Ebosia saya, known from the northern and eastern Indian Ocean and Saya de Malha Bank, respectively, in having usually 8 anal-fin soft rays, usually Cited by: 1.
Shallow genetic and morphological divergence among seaperches in the South Pacific (family Scorpaenidae; Genus Helicolenus) Article in Journal of Fish Biology 74(5). A new species of the scorpionfish genus Helicolenus from the North Pacific Ocean Vol Page 47 Two new scorpionfishes (genus Scorpaenodes) from the Indo-West Pacific, with comments on Scorpaenodes muciparus (Alcock).
Abstract. A new species of lionfish (Scorpaenidae: Pteroinae), Pterois paucispinula sp. nov., is described on the basis of 37 specimens from the western Pacific Ocean.
The new species is closely related to and has been previously confused with Pterois mombasae (Smith ), both species sharing usually XIII, 10 dorsal-fin rays, usually more than 18 pectoral-fin rays, numerous black Cited by: 5.
About this book. The following 11 species of filefishes (Monacanthidae) are recognized in the genus Cantherhines Swainson: C. cerinus, a new species represented by three specimens from the Philippines, is distinguished by lacking spines or a patch of setae on the caudal peduncle, relatively short first dorsal spine, elevated anterior soft dorsal fin, low count of gill rakers, and.
About this book. Twenty-seven species of squirrelfishes (Holocentridae) of the genus Sargocentron are known from the Indo-Pacific region. The following 7 species are wide-ranging from the coast of East Africa to French Polynesia: S. caudimaculatum (Rüppell), S.
diadema (Lacepède), S. ittodai (Jordan and Fowler), S. praslin (Lacepède), S. punctatissimum (Cuvier), S. spiniferum (Forsskål. Taxonomy, marine fishes, Chrysiptera, new species, Pomacentridae, Central Pacific Ocean Abstract A new species of pomacentrid, Chrysiptera albata, is described from 3 specimens, mm SL, col-lected during a marine biological expedition to the Phoenix Islands in It is closely related to C.
caeruleolineatafrom the western Pacific. A new genus and species of intertidal octocoral is described from the Pacific coast of North America. The new taxon is placed in the stolon-bearing family Clavulariidae, and although superficially similar in appearance to species in both the genera Clavularia and Sarcodictyon, it exhibits some unique char-acters to differentiate it from these.
Sea Perch – Helicolenus percoides – the fish with many names Sea Perch The Maori name for sea perch is Pohuiakaroa. It is also widely known as Jock Stewart, scarpee, flinger, bouraki, and Highlander.
I suspect that many of the names are derogatory in the sense that the angler is expressing disappointment at not boating [ ]. In this paper, two new pterostichid ground beetles, Pterostichus (Cryobius) splendidus sp. nov. and Pterostichus (Phaenoraphis) sagittus sp.
nov., are described. And also a subspecies Pterostichus bellator togyusanus Park and Kwon, a is upgraded to a species Pterostichus togyusanus stat. nov. The descriptions, identification key, distribution data and photos of adults and their genitalia Cited by: 1.
A new scorpionfish of the genus Scorpaenodes and S. muciparus (Alcock) from the Indian Ocean, with comments on the limits of the genus. Responsibility By William N. Eschmeyer. Imprint San Francisco, The Academy, Physical description 11 p.
illus. 26 cm. Series. The species of Chaunax are reported from the eastern Indian Ocean side of Indonesia based on a recent. collection made in and Two new species from the genus. Chaunax. are described from Indonesia and the Philippines, both belonging to the. Chaunax abei-species group.
Chaunax gomoni. nov. is distinguished by. A new genus and species of deep-sea anglerfish from the eastern North Pacific Ocean with a review of the allied genera Leptacanthichthys, Chirophryne, and Ctenochirichthys (family Oneirodidae).
[Pietsch, Theodore W] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A new genus and species of deep-sea anglerfish from the eastern North Pacific Ocean with a review of the allied genera Author: Theodore W Pietsch.
Pensoft Publishers. (, July 21). Scorpionfish too deep for SCUBA divers caught by submersible turns out to be a new species. ScienceDaily. Retrieved Decem from The new deep-sea copepod species of the family Paramesochridae (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) presented here was collected during the scientific ANtarctic benthic DEEP-sea biodiversity cruise II (ANDEEP II) to the Weddell Abyssal Plain and western Weddell Sea and the CROZet natural iron bloom and EXport experiment (CROZEX cruise) to the Crozet Isles in the Indian by: 5.
Full text of "Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th series" See other formats. BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Scientists have discovered a new species of the vibrantly coloured scorpionfish in the Caribbean Sea.
The. The stellate scorpionfish is now the deepest dwelling member of its genus in the Caribbean. barrybrowni is also the ninth newly discovered fish species to be described by DROP investigators.
Hiding in the depths of the Caribbean, a previously undiscovered species has come to light at last. The Smithsonian Deep Reef Conservation Project (DROP) has announced the discovery of a new species of scorpionfish, found off the coast of deep dwelling fish has remained a mystery until now, due to largely unstudied waters below 50 meters depth in this area.
This bright orange-red fish occurs at depths of 95 to meters (or to feet) and is the deepest-living member of its genus in the western Atlantic Ocean, researchers write in a new study.
- New species - Australia - Indonesia - New Caledonia. Over the t sawl t o deacde, s hnceFr nda A u s t r a l i a n research agencies have undertaken several deepwater exploratory trawl surveys to the remote seamounts and con-tinental margins of the tropical western Indian Ocean and southwestern Pacific.
The fish faunas of these regions are. Neomerinthe is a genus of fish in the family Scorpaenidae found in Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Ocean. Species. There are currently 11 recognized species in this genus: Neomerinthe amplisquamiceps (Fowler, ) (Orange scorpionfish); Neomerinthe bauchotae Poss & Duhamel, ; Neomerinthe beanorum (Evermann & M.
Marsh, ); Neomerinthe erostris (Alcock, ) (Round scorpionfish)Class: Actinopterygii. Steven L Leipertz, Theodore W Pietsch () A new species of ceratioid anglerfish of the genus Dolopichthys (Pisces: Lophiiformes) from the western North Atlantic Ocean.
Copeia, (2): Psychrolutes phrictus is a benthic deep sea fish known from the eastern North Pacific. On 30 Marcha specimen of the blob sculpin P. phrictus ( mm LT) was caught off the Guerrero coast, Mexico (17°45′24″N, °59′04″W).
The blob sculpin was taken at a depth of 1, m within a temperature range of – °C, where hypoxic (– mg/l) conditions prevailed; the Cited by: 1. Review of the fish genus Epinnula Poey (Perciformes: Gempylidae), with description of a new species from the Pacific Ocean Dataset homepage.
Citation Ho H, Motomura H, Hata H, Jiang W (). Review of the fish genus Epinnula Poey (Perciformes: Gempylidae), with description of. REVIEW OF THE DEEP-SEAFISH GENUS SCOPELENGYS (NEOSCOPELIDAE) WITH A DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES, SCOPELENGYS CLARKEI, FROM THE CENTRAL PACIFIC JOHN L.
BUTLER'AND ELBERT H. AHLSTROM2 ABSTRACT Scopelengys hasbeen known previouslyfrom a few widely scatteredcollections. Other articles where Helicolenus is discussed: scorpaeniform: Reproduction: The sebastine rosefishes (Helicolenus), found in both the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans, have morphological affinities with the subfamily Scorpaeninae.
Studies of their reproductive biology have shown that the sebastine rosefishes have intraovarian embryos embedded in a gelatinous matrix, and they thus appear to. the northwestern Pacific Ocean, with descriptions of three new species, Eptatretus fernholmi, Paramyxine moki, and P.
walkeri. Zoological Studies43(1): Sixteen known species of Asian hagfishes are reviewed and 3 new species are described: Eptatretus fernholmi, Paramyxine moki, and P.
walkeri. The study area includes. Scorpionfish too deep for SCUBA divers caught by submersible turns out to be a new species Smithsonian Institution's DROP project describes a tenth new fish species near the Caribbean island of.
nized genus of the family was established by Giinther () with the description of Mel anocetus johnsoni, based on a single female specimen collected in the Atlantic Ocean, off Madeira. Since that time, 10 additional species based on females have been described (Table 1).
From a comparison ofthe characters used to dis. Three New Species of Hagfishes, Genus Eptatretus (Cyclostomata, Myxinidae), from the Pacific Coast of North America, with New Data on E.
deani and E. stoutii Issue: 88(4). Molecular phylogenetic perspective on speciation in the genus Sebastes (Scorpaenidae) from the northwest Pacific and the position of Sebastes within the subfamily Sebastinae. Ichthyological Research, vol. 50 (núm. 3): Kendall, A.
W., Jr., Systematics and identification of larvae and juveniles of the genus Sebastes. Environmental Sebastidae: Sebastes (Cuvier, ), Sebastes. Species have always used the oceans to move about the planet.
By swimming or hitching a ride on a log, leaf, or coconut, organisms have found new worlds in which to thrive. These two species differ from the related C. iomelas Jordan & Seale, of the western and central Pacific in having modally 12 dorsal and anal fin soft rays (vs.
13 for C. iomelas), the demarcation of dark brown and white distinctly anterior to the origin of the anal fin, Cited by: 7. Scientists investigating in one of the world's deepest ocean trenches -- previously thought to be void of fish -- have discovered an entirely new species.
New hexactinellid sponges were collected from m depth on the Carlsberg Ridge in the Indian Ocean during deep-sea dredging. All fragments belong to a new genus and species, Indiella gen. n. ridgenensis sp. n., a representative of the family Aulocalycidae described here.
The peculiar features of this sponge, not described earlier for other Aulocalycidae, are: longitudinal strands present in Cited by: 1.A New Species of Deep-sea Ceratioid Anglerfish, Genus Himantolophus (Lophiiformes: Himantolophidae), from Southern Waters of All Three Major Oceans of the World Theodore W.
Pietsch1 and Christopher P. Kenaley1 A new species of the deep-sea ceratioid anglerfish genus Himantolophus, long hidden within material identified as H.Skeletal remains of a new genus and species of vespertilionid bat are herein described from various Late Pleistocene and Holocene/Recent deposits on the five largest Hawaiian Islands.
The new taxon is diagnosed by a mosaic of features including dental formula, molar morphology, skull shape, and metacarpal formula.