2 edition of Two new genera and two new species of western Pacific snake-eels (Apodes: Ophichthidae) found in the catalog.
Two new genera and two new species of western Pacific snake-eels (Apodes: Ophichthidae)
John E. McCosker
in [San Francisco
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 119.
|Statement||by John E. McCosker.|
|Series||Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th ser., v. 39, no. 10, Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences ;, v. 39, no. 10.|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .C253 vol. 39, no. 10, QL638.O633 .C253 vol. 39, no. 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||77363716|
New species of the gorgonian genus Plumigorgia (Coelenterata: Octocorallia) with a review of the family Ifalukellidae. In: The Beagle, Records of the Northern Territory Museum of Arts and Sciences. 3(1), , S. 95– A new species of Sinularia (Octocorallia: Coelenterata) from Western Australia, with extraordinary large sclerites. A new genus and some new species of crabs of the family Goneplacidae. Scientific Results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries Steamer “Albatross”, — No. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 48(): Rathbun M. J., Preliminary descriptions of new species of Japanese crabs.
Callionymus boucheti sp. nov. from northern New Ireland Province, Papua New Guinea, is described on the basis of seven specimens collected with dredges and trawls in about m depth between northeastern New Hanover and off Kavieng. The new species is characterised within Margaretichthys subgen. nov. by a short head ( in standard lenght); eye large ( in head length. 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.
Mr Fraussen, Koen. Toggle navigation. marine only. The two species differ in colour pattern details, including the presence of a single dark mark on the lower caudal-fin base of E. pamae compared to marks on both the upper and lower base in E. raja. The new species also differs in having a yellow rather than white mid-dorsal snout stripe and has a much-reduced blue marking on the lower cheek.
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Volume: 39Start Page: End Page: 12 Publisher: San Francisco,California Academy of Sciences. Year: OAI identifier: oai::part/ Author: J E Mccosker. The Pacific snake-eel (Ophichthus triserialis, also known as the spotted snake eel in the United States) is an eel in the family Ophichthidae (worm/snake eels).
It was described by Johann Jakob Kaup inoriginally under the genus Muraenopsis. It is a marine, subtropical eel which is known from the eastern central and southeastern Pacific Ocean, including California, USA, Peru, the Gulf of Family: Ophichthidae.
A new genus and two new species of remarkable Pacific worm eels (Ophichthidae, subfamily Myrophinae). Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences (Series 4) 43(5): 59– McCosker, J.E.
Two new genera and two new species of deepwater western. SPECIES Published in McCosker, John E. Two new genera and two new species of western Pacific snake-eels (Apodes: Ophichthidae).
Proceedings of the California Academy of. McCosker, J.E. () A new genus and two new species of remarkable Pacific worm eels (Ophichthidae, subfamily Myrophinae). Proceedings of the California Academy of. Three new species of Indo-Pacific moray eels, (Pisces, Muraenidae) Two new genera and two new species of western Pacific snake-eels (Apodes: Ophichthidae) Selected Co-authors.
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The ophichthid eel genus Neenchelys Bamber is a group of small elongate ophichthid eels, subfamily Myrophinae, characterized by a posterior nostril opening on the side of the head above the lip and by having one or two preopercular pores and a pectoral fin.
Species of Neenchelys inhabit the western Pacific and Indian oceans, and some, like species of Benthenchelys. A New Genus And Species Of Goneplacid Crab (Decapoda, Brachyura, Goneplacidae) From The Western Pacific A Redescription Of Potamonautes Loveni (Colosi, ), A Medically Important Freshwater Crab From Western Kenya And Eastern Uganda.
Recent expeditions (NANHAIDONGSHA and ZHONGSHA ) conducted in deep waters of the South China Sea obtained interesting material of various spider crabs (Majoidea) including several new records for the area, and two new species of epialtids of the genera Oxypleurodon Miers, and Stegopleurodon Richer de Forges & Ng, Two poorly known species, previously only.
However, P. elegantus n. g differs from all known Haploporus species from mugilids of the Indo-West Pacific by the structure of the armament of the hermaphroditic duct and also by size of body, organs and eggs.
The validity of designating two new species and a new genus of trematodes is supported by ITS and 28S rDNA sequence data. The first specimen and holotype of Planonasus parini g.
and sp. was caught during cruise 17 of RV ‘Vityaz’ in /89 along the deep western Indian Ocean. Two further specimens of the new genus and species were caught somewhat later by commercial trawlers close to the locality of the holotype. The new genus differs.
In their remarks on P. heteroptera, the authors write: “Previously considered a single pan-Indo-Pacific species, the western Indian Ocean population is described here (P.
occidentalis) as a new two sibling species differ slightly in the number of lateral-line scales (Table 1) and in the number of gill rakers, as well as in the coloration of juveniles and the terminal-phase male.
Two new species of sea basses of the genus Diplectrum, with a key to the Pacific species. Calif. Fish Game 60(4) Rosenblatt, R.H., and J.E. McCosker. A key to the genera of the ophichthid eels, with descriptions of two new genera and three new species from the eastern Pacific.
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b. Four new species of Parathelges Bonnier, (Isopoda, Bopyridae), the first record of the genus from the western Atlantic.Species are found in the Indo-west Pacific from the Red Sea eastwards to Papua New Guinea, north to Japan, and south to western Australia.
Unlike to vast majority of ophichthids, some species of Neenchelys are mesopelagic as adults. The genus contains at least nine species, with a single species Neenchelys cheni found in Australia.Beckhoplia elkeae Dombrow, in Dombrow & Colville, DOI: /zootaxa Abstract Fifteen years after establishing the g.