3 edition of gymnotid eels of tropical America. found in the catalog.
|Series||Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, v.6, no.3, Publications of the Carnegie Museum, serial no.77|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
May 17, · for a few areas of South America, but it is doubtful that these are complete. Tropical fish dealers, the usual source of supply of gymnotids, often bring in fish from other areas that are clearly new species. On the Rio Negro expedition of the R. V. Alpha Helix, perhaps one-third of the gymnotid species collected were undescribed taxomically. While. With David Greenfield he co-authored the book Fishes of the Continental Waters of Belize (). In , the doradid catfish Rhinodoras thomersoni of Venezuela and Colombia was named in his honor. Dr. Thomerson introduced the senior author (Donald C. Taphorn) to the study of fishes and led Taphorn’s first trip to South America.
About two hundred species are known. The Genus Phyllostoma-Vampires - is characterized by a membrane in the form of a leaf, which is reflected crosswise on the end of the nose. They belong wholly to tropical America, and have the reputation of inflicting. severe wounds upon men and animals, which they bite in order to suck their blood. Richard van der Laan: Freshwater Fish List J. R. Norman (), A History of Fishes, p 2 Richard van der Laan: Freshwater Fish List SUMMARY An alphabetic list with the scientific names of all known recent freshwater fish species is presented.
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Title. The gymnotid eels of tropical America / Related Titles. Series: Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory of Indiana University ; no Series: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum ; vol.6, no.3 By. Ellis, Max Mapes, The gymnotid eels of tropical America. [Max Mapes Ellis] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
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However, the book may still have imperfections suchCited by: extracted picklistPages: Under the joint auspices of Indiana University and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History this expedition made valuable biological discoveries about the gymnotidae eels and fish of the region.
These discoveries were chronicled in his paper Gymnotid Eels of Tropical America which was published in Alma mater: Vincennes University. Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored.
It is a perfect literature for studying. The Gymnotid Eels of Tropical America Vol. 6 No. Carnegie Museum. The Gymnotid Eels of Tropical America Vol.
by Carnegie Museum. Field Guide to the Fishes of the Amazon, Orinoco, and Guianas Book Description: The Amazon and Orinoco basins in northern South America are home to the highest concentration of freshwater fish.
Campos-da-Paz R, Albert JS () The gymnotiform “eels” of tropical America: a history of classification and phylogenetic studies of South American electric knife-fishes (Teleostei: Ostariophysi).
In: Malabarba L, Reis RE, Vari RP, de Lucena CAS, de Lucena ZMS (eds), Phylogeny and Classification of Cited by: A detailed osteological study of the poorly known and critical endangered ghost knifefish, Tembeassu marauna, from the rio Paraná, Brazil, was conducted using X-ray microcom-puted tomography.
The Gymnotid eels of tropical America. [Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, ] QP6 v.6 no Record of fishes obtained in Japan inby David Starr Jordan and William Francis Thompson. [Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, ] QP6 v.7 no The Cheirodontinae, a subfamily of minute characid fishes of South America, by Carl H.
Eigenmann. The gymnotid eels range north to Guatemala, the pimelodid catfishes to southern Mexico and Yucatan, the cichlids to Texas and the fifth family of characins to New Mexico. None of these northern or southern invaders save the cichlids has produced many startling endemic forms in Central America.
We collected weakly electric gymnotoid fish in the vicinity of Manaus, Amazonas, in the Solimoes river (white water). We tried to find out whether Electric Organ Discharges (EODs) are species specific which is essential for their presumed role in recognition of conspecifics and reproductive cheathamhillelementary.com by: Electric Eels are found in the waters of South America, and are capable of generating a electric shock through of still water.
The shock that the electric eel produces is enough to harm any large mammal, including cheathamhillelementary.comic eels can grow. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
America, Europe, and Asia, most fishes live in southern regions. These ar-eas have few large lakes, so again rivers are more species-rich.
Also, the tropical regions of Asia, Africa, and South and Central America contain the largest number of species. And again, fish diversity is greatest in tropicalCited by: 2. Holland, W. et al. Volume 6 Contains MemoirsCatalog of Fishes and one on Eels: Korean Waters by Jordan and Metz, Japanese Lantern-Fishes by Gilbert, Gymnotid Eals of Tropical America by Ellis, Japanese Waters by Jordan and Thompson, and three more on fossils by Eastman, Eocene Monte Bolca, Cerin France, Solenhofen Bavaria.
Carnegie. Nov 24, - Come visit cheathamhillelementary.comiceelfashion for more accessories. See more ideas about Electric eel, Accessories and Michael kors website. By the early Cretaceous, South America was separated from Africa and, by the late Cretaceous-Paleocene, the peninsular connection to North America was broken.
Prior to its 60 Ma of isolation, South America had probably received from North America primitive .The extremely large shore-fish faunas of the Indian and tropical Pacific oceans comprise a related complex, but the tropical shore fauna of the Atlantic, although containing Indo-Pacific components, is relatively limited and probably younger.
The Arctic and Antarctic marine faunas are .Sep 13, · Orthosternarchus tamandua (Boulenger ) genus name for edentate anteaters of tropical America, from the Portuguese tamanduá, derived from the Tupí taa, ant, and mundeu, trap or catch, presumably referring to long and nearly straight tubular snout, resembling that of an anteater.