Metal contents in Cancer polyodon
(Crustacea: Decapoda) in a bay system of northern Chile (27[degrees]S).
Riveros, "Towards development of innovative bioinspired materials by analyzing the hydrodynamic properties of polyodon
spathula (paddlefish) rostrum," ERDC/ITL TR-13-4.
Extirpation of Polyodon
spatula, Alosa sapidissima, Moxostoma lacerum, and Sander glacum occurred; however, A.
(Calegari, Lehmann & Reis 2013) Site 3 Astyanax aff.
Such was Rutter's first introduction to the paddlefish, Polyodon
spathula, a species he would later study in depth while employed as an Assistant with the USFC.
by Bertaco & Malabarba (2010), who noted that H.
In their natural beds, Argopecten purpuratus are mostly preyed on by the sea star Mevenaster gelatinosus, but also by fast-moving predators such as the crabs Cancer polyodon
and Cranopsis porteri (Ortiz et al.
rhombifer Mouth Parker, 1941 Diclybothrium Polyodon
Intestine Bangham & hamulatus spathula Venard, 1942 Diplostomum Didelphis Intestine Byrd et al.
2008) and in the dinosaur Pelecanimimus polyodon
(Briggs et al.
spathula or Ictiobus niger are large-bodied adult fish and difficult to capture with a seine, Amia calva, Hybognathus nuchalis, or Phoxinus erythrogaster have a limited distribution, Notropis ortenburgeri or Noturus miurus occur in small numbers, Erimyzon oblongus, Etheostoma microperca, or Lythrurus fumeus are only in specific habitat types, and two were subspecies of Etheostoma spectabile and Luxilus chrysocephalus.
Intra-oral flow speeds have been measured for only one pump suspension-feeding fish species (Sacramento black-fish, Orthodon microiepidotus, Cyprinidae; Sanderson et al, 1991) and one ram suspension-feeding species (paddle-fish, Polyodon
spathula, Polyodontidae; Sanderson et al, 1994).
16); this is also the case in other basal Actinopteri such as many members of the extant genera Acipenser, Psephurus and Polyodon