Fundulus


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Noun1.Fundulus - killifishFundulus - killifish        
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
Cyprinodontidae, family Cyprinodontidae - large family of small soft-finned fishes; killifishes; flagfishes; swordtails; guppies
Fundulus heteroclitus, mummichog - silver-and-black killifish of saltwater marshes along the Atlantic coast of the United States
Fundulus majalis, may fish, mayfish, striped killifish - black-barred fish of bays and coastal marshes of the Atlantic and Gulf Coast of the United States
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The blackspotted topminnow Fundulus olivaceus and bluntnose minnow Pimephales notatus were significant indicators of perennial flow in both 2012 and 2013 (Table 4).
The influence of salinity on acute nickel toxicity to the two euryhaline fish species, Fundulus heteroclitus and Kryptolebias marmoratus.
El periodo de clivaje abarca las primeras seis divisiones incluyendo la blastulacion, donde el blastodisco -inicialmente deforme- inicia su organizacion y la evolucion de sus bordes sobre la vesicula vitelina (31), donde se diferencian dos polos, por lo que se reconoce que los huevos son del tipo telolecitico, similares a los reportados para Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum (27), Danio rerio y Fundulus heteroclitus entre otros, ya que acumulan vitelo en el polo vegetal y presentan una division parcial o meroblastica durante los primeros estadios del desarrollo (28).
New localities for Notropis buchanani, Fundulus diaphanus menona, Aphredoderus sayanus, Ammocrypta pellucida, and Percina sciera have been recorded from the Western basin.
Nonnative Gulf killifish, Fundulus grandis, have been observed in the Pecos River in Texas since the late 1970s (Hillis et al.
Elskus, PCB congener distributions in muscle, liver and gonad of Fundulus heteroclitus from the lower Hudson River Estuary and Newark Bay", Chemosphere.
Labridae) proves to be new, excluding from consideration several land-locked species of Fundulus.
In breeding systems such as those characterizing the genus Fundulus, eggs are laid and fertilized on submerged substrates, in extremely shallow waters, with males competing for rapid physical proximity to females and engaging often in multiple spawning (Petersen et al.
reticulata) and a few other locally available fish species (Aphanius, Oreochromis, Fundulus and other Killi fishes) had been successfully field-tested and utilized against vector mosquito in a variety of situations and have been found self-sustainable for longer periods.
The Fundulus lineolatus complex includes both eastern and western forms with only one population of the western form found in the study area.