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new nonparasitic species of the holarctic lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs, 1922, (Petromyzonidae) from northwestern North America, with notes on other species of the same genus

Vladykov, Vadim D.

new nonparasitic species of the holarctic lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs, 1922, (Petromyzonidae) from northwestern North America, with notes on other species of the same genus

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Published by University of Alaska] in [Fairbanks .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska,
  • Northwest Territories
    • Subjects:
    • Alaskan brook lamprey -- Classification.,
    • Lampetra -- Classification.,
    • Fishes -- Classification.,
    • Fishes -- Alaska -- Classification.,
    • Fishes -- Northwest Territories -- Classification.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 68-74.

      Statementby Vadim D. Valdykov and Edward Kott.
      GenreClassification.
      SeriesBiological papers of the University of Alaska ;, no. 19
      ContributionsKott, Edward.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH1 .A258 no. 19, QL638.25.P48 .A258 no. 19
      The Physical Object
      Pagination74 p. :
      Number of Pages74
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4378779M
      LC Control Number78622997

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new nonparasitic species of the holarctic lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs, 1922, (Petromyzonidae) from northwestern North America, with notes on other species of the same genus by Vladykov, Vadim D. Download PDF EPUB FB2

A new nonparasitic species of the holarctic lamprey genus Lethenteron Crease1 and Hubbs,(Petromyzonidae) from northwestern Nortt America with notes on other species of the same genus. A new nonparasitic species of the Holarctic lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs,(Petromyzonidae) from northwestern North America with notes on other species of the same genus.

Biological Papers of the University of Alaska(19): A new nonparasitic species of the Holarctic lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs,(Petromyzonidae) from northwestern North America with notes on other species of the same genus. Biological Papers of the University of Alaska 1– Reference page.

Links. Lethenteron alaskense in Catalog of Fishes. Mean and maximum TL of the three freshwater parasitic species of the genus Entosphenus are: and mm for Miller Lake lamprey (Bond and Kan ;Lorion et al. ) and and mm for. A New Nonparasitic Species of the Holarctic Lamprey Genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs,(Petromyzonidae) from Northwestern North America with Notes on Other Species of the Same Genus By Vadim D.

Vladykov and Edward KottAuthor: Vadim D. Vladykov and Edward Kott. A new parasitic lamprey is described from 29 metamorphosed specimens in feeding stage.

The holotype (No. NMC ) is deposited in the National Museum of Natural Sciences. Ottawa, Canada. It is easily separable by its functional intestinal tract and strong dentition from the three nonparasitic species: Entosphenus folletti, E.

hubbsi, and E. A new nonparasitic species of the Holarctic lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs,(Petromyzonidae) from northwestern North America with notes on other species of the same genus. Biological Papers of the University of Alaska 1– Reference page. A new nonparasitic species of Holarctic lamprey, genus Lethenteron, Creaser and Hubbs, (Petromyzonidae) from north-western North America with notes on other species of the same genus.

Biol. Pap. Univ. Alaska 1– Google Scholar. Vladykov, V.D. & E. Kott. A new nonparasitic species of Lethenteron, Creaser and Hubbs, A new parasitic species of the holarctic lamprey genus Entosphenus Gill, (Petromyzonidae) Satellite species among the holarctic lampreys (Petromyzonidae) Vadim D.

Vladykov, Edward Kott A new nonparasitic species of Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs. A new nonparasitic species of the holarctic lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs,(Petromyzonidae) from northwestern North America with notes on other species of the same genus.

1The information on this new species became available too late in the publishing process to make any changes to the species accounts or keys. Reference: Renaud, C.B. and P.S. Economidis. Eudontomyzon graecus, a new nonparasitic lamprey from Greece (Petromyzontiformes: Petromyzontidae).

Zootaxa 37–   Introduction. The lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser & Hubbs, is widely distributed across the Northern Hemisphere, but the number and distribution of its constituent species is not firmly established. Originally erected by Creaser and Hubbs () as a subgenus of Entosphenus Gill,the cladistic study of Gill et al.

() based on morphological characters of parasitic species. Nonparasitic Lethenteron reissneri (Dybowski) is redescribed based on four syntypes (two adults and two ammocoetes) from the Onon and Ingoda rivers, Russia, and 15 topotypic specimens (seven metamorphosing ammocoetes and eight ammocoetes) from the.

Lethenteron alaskense Vladykov & Kott, Espesye sa mananap nga una nga gihulagway ni Vadim Dmitrij Vladykov ug Kott ni adtong ang Lethenteron alaskense. Ang Lethenteron alaskense sakop sa kahenera nga Lampetra sa kabanay nga Petromyzontidae.

the lamprey genus Lampetra (comprising the subgenera Entosphenus, Lethenteron, and 1922. A total of base pairs new nonparasitic species of the holarctic lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs sequenced from the cytochrome b and NADH dehydrogenase subunit 3 (ND3) genes in 11 lamprey species.

With the exception of L.(E.) hubbsi from California, species of the Entosphenus subgenus formed a tight-knit clade. A new nonparasitic species of the holarctic lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser and Hubbs,(Petromyzonidae) from northwestern North America with notes on other species of the same genus.

Biol. Pap. Univ. Alaska, 19, 74 p. Vladykov, V. D.; Kott, E. List of northern hemisphere lampreys (Petromyzonidae) and their distribution.

The Northern Hemisphere lamprey genus Lethenteronwas originally erected as a subgenus of Entosphenusby Creaser and Hubbs ()and elevated to generic rank by. The genus Lampetra is a Holarctic genus presently composed of two parasitic (anadromous) and five non-parasitic (freshwater resident) species distributed across Eurasia and North America in both Atlantic and Pacific watersheds (Holčík, a).

Europe is inhabited by the European river lamprey. Lethenteron alaskense Vladykov & Kott, [2] Hitta fler artiklar om djur med. Djurportalen. Lampetra alaskensis [1] är en ryggsträngsdjursart som först beskrevs av Vadim Dmitrij Vladykov och Kott Lampetra alaskensis ingår i släktet Lampetra och familjen nejonögon.

Freshwater parasitic lamprey on Van- couver Island and a theory of the evolution of the freshwa-ter parasitic and nonparasitic life history types.

Pages in R. Foreman, A. Gorbman, J. Dodd and R. Olsson eds. Evolutionary Biology of Primitive Fishes, Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York. Lampreys / ˈ l æ m p r i z / (sometimes inaccurately called lamprey eels) are an ancient extant lineage of jawless fish of the order Petromyzontiformes / ˌ p ɛ t r oʊ m ɪ ˈ z ɒ n t ɪ f ɔːr m iː z /, placed in the superclass adult lamprey may be characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth.

The common name "lamprey" is probably derived from Latin lampetra. An Lampetra alaskensis in uska species han Chordata nga syahan ginhulagway ni Vadim Dmitrij Vladykov ngan Kott hadton An Lampetra alaskensis in nahilalakip ha genus nga Lampetra, ngan familia nga Petromyzontidae.

Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. ;   fossil lamprey larva; Lower Cretaceous; three-phased life cycle; The larva of lamprey was at first mistaken for a different agnathan adult animal because of its distinctive appearance and was given a generic name, Ammocoetes, by Duméril ().The name of Ammocoetes came from the Greek “ammos” (sand) and “koites” (dwelling).

Nearly a dozen species of Ammocoetes were erected before, some. The stages in typical lamprey and hagfish life cycles are shown in Fig. Two lamprey species, Petromyzon marinus and Lethenteron japonicum, account for the majority of published lamprey studies, although other species such as Lampetra fluviatilis and Lampetra planeri are also studied.

Adult lampreys are usually ectoparasites and many are marine. Abstract: The lamprey genus Lethenteron Creaser & Hubbs, is widespread across Eurasia and North America, but the number and distribution of its constituent species is not firmly established.

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