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Placement of the prowfishes, Zaproridae, in the superfamily Stichaeoidae

Don E. McAllister

Placement of the prowfishes, Zaproridae, in the superfamily Stichaeoidae

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Published by National Museum of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishes -- Classification.,
  • Stichaeidae.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [4]

    StatementD.E. McAllister and R.J. Krejsa.
    GenreClassification.
    SeriesNatural history papers / National Museum of Canada -- no. 11, Natural history papers (National Museum of Canada) -- no. 11
    ContributionsKrejsa, R. J., National Museum of Canada.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL638S84 M25
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3, [1] p. --
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19366235M

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Placement of the prowfishes, Zaproridae, in the superfamily Stichaeoidae by Don E. McAllister Download PDF EPUB FB2

Placement of the prowfishes, Zaproridae, in the superfamily Stichaeoidae. Natural History Papers of the National Museum of Canada No.

II: Ottawa, ONT. Mecklenburg, C.W. Family Zaproridae In the superfamily Stichaeoidae book & Evermann prowfishes. National Marine. characteristics, classified the Zaproridae with Makushok’s ( [ref.

]) “northern blennioids” in a superfamily “Stichaeoidae” and suggested they are most in the superfamily Stichaeoidae book related to the Stichaeidae. Following McAllister and Kresja (), Nelson ( [ref.

], [ref. ]) classified the Zaproridae in. Both molecular and morphological data show Zaproridae to be closely related to at least a portion of the Stichaeidae and some other families of the superfamily Stichaeoidae sensu McAllister.

Fossil prowfish, Zaprora koreana, sp. nov. (Pisces, Zaproridae), from the Neogene of South Korea. Placement of the prowfishes, Zaproridae, in the superfamily Stichaeoidae. Natural History. Bayesian tree for the superfamily Stichaeoidae, families Zoarcidae, Cryptacanthodidae, and Neozoarcidae, resulting from the analysis of combined sequences.

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