There were 33 species common to both stream types, with Flier (Centrarchus macropterus), Chestnut Lamprey (Ichthyomyzon castaneus), and Blackspot Shiner (Notropis atrocaudalis) found only in river tributaries, and Harlequin Darter (Etheostoma histrio), Golden Topminnow (Fundulus chrysotus), Brook Silverside (Labidesthes sicculus), Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus
oculatus), Spotted Sucker (Minytrema melanops), and White Crappie (Pomoxis annularis) captured only in reservoir tributaries.
tyrannus) and the eleven publically available fish genomes (Poecilia formosa, Amazon molly; Astyanax mexicanus, Mexican tetra; Gadus morhua, Atlantic cod; Takifugu rubripes, Japanese pufferfish; Oryzias latipes, medaka; Xiphophorus maculatus, southern platyfish; Lepisosteus
oculatus, spotted gar; Gasterosteus aculeatus, stickleback; Tetraodon nigroviridis, green spotted pufferfish; Oreochromis niloticus, Nile tilapia; and Danio rerio, zebrafish) on Ensembl.
Algunas consideraciones ecologicas sobre el pejelagarto Lepisosteus
tropicus (Gill) y descripcion de sus habitos alimenticios.
fulvescens in Schoolhouse Bay near Middle Bass Island in May 2012; Umbra limi populations on Middle Bass Island and Kelley's Island; and Lepisosteus
oculatus populations along the southeastern shoreline of North Bass Island are stable in Lake Erie despite cultural eutrophication.
Functions of fish skin: flexural stiffness and steady swimming of longnose gar, Lepisosteus
grandis occupies a unique trophic niche in assemblages of high-salinity reaches of the Lower Pecos, where native piscivores such as Micropterus salmoides and Lepisosteus
osseus have not been observed in recent surveys (Cheek and Taylor, 2015; East, 2015).
Yellow Sandshell is thought to parasitize gars (Lepisosteus
sp.), whereas Black Sandshell parasitize percids (e.g., Sander sp.) and centrarchids (Lepomis sp., Micropterus sp., and Pomoxis sp.) (Watters et al.
Melanism in longnose gar, Lepisosteus
osseus Linnaeus (Lepisosteidae).
5) assigns the scales from Lo Hueco to Atractosteus, in contrast to previous works that assigned them to Lepisosteus
(Serrano et al., 2012).
(15) The fishes last collected specifically by Rutter in Lake Erie are the spotted gar, Lepisosteus
oculatus, and the pugnose shiner, Notropis anogenus, (Trautman, 1957).
elongatus included: Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula), Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus
oculatus), Longnose Gar (Lepisosteus
osseus), Gizzard Shad (Dorosoma cepedianum), Threadfin Shad (Dorosoma petenense), Central Stoneroller (Campostoma anomalum), Blacktail Shiner (Cyprinella venusta), Whitetail Shiner (Cyprinella galacturus), River Carpsucker (Carpiodes carpio), Quillback (Carpiodes cyprinus), Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio), Smallmouth Buffalo (Ictiobus bubalus).