Mitogenomic evolution and interrelationships of the cypriniformes
(Actinopterygii: Ostariophysi): the first evidence toward resolution of higher-level relationships of the world's largest freshwater fish clade based on 59 whole mitogenome sequences.
Genetic and morphometric comparison of two isolated populations of Barilius bendelisis (Cypriniformes
: Cyprinidae) from the Indian Himalayas
A focus on non-game fishes is necessary as these fishes--most notably small-bodied Cypriniformes
and Perciformes--represent the majority of diversity in North American waterways, and occupy essential roles within ecosystems (Page and Burr 2011).
2009: A review of the spined loaches, family Cobitidae (Cypriniformes
) in Korea.
Order wise percentage of Meghna River fish species: Siluriformes was found to be the most dominant order consisting 32% of the total fish population followed by Perciformes (30.4%), Cypriniformes
(21.4%) (Figure 5).
The other orders combined (Atheriniformes, Cypriniformes
, Cyprinodontiformes, Gymnotiformesand Synbranchiformes) were responsible for 9% of the families, 25% of the species, 4% of the biomass caught and only 1% of the number of individuals caught during the sample period.
Genetic variation of wild and hatchery populations of the catla Indian major carp (Catla catla Hamilton 1822: Cypriniformes
, Cyprinidae) revealed by RAPD markers.
A new species of Cycleptus (Cypriniformes
: Catostomidae) from Gulf Slope Drainages of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, with a review of the distribution, biology and conservation status of the genus.
Distribution and systematics of Notropis wickliffi (Cypriniformes
: Cyprinidae) in Illinois.
The sagittae are the biggest pair of otoliths, the lapillii are the smallest in most bony fishes; however, in the members of Cypriniformes
and Siluriformes the asteriscii are the largest otoliths, and the sagittae are the smallest (Assis, 2003; Campana, 2004).
Los ergasilideos parasitan peces de los ordenes Clupeiformes, Cypriniformes
, Siluriformes, Atheriniformes y Perciformes en peces de la amazonia brasilera (Thatcher et al., 1983), afectando no solo las branquias sino, ademas, pueden localizarse en piel y fosas nasales (Thatcher, 1998).
Melanism in endangered Mohave tui chub Siphateles bicolor mohavensis Snyder, 1918 (Cypriniformes