2 edition of life history of the slabrock darter, Etheostoma smithi, in Ferguson Creek, Kentucky found in the catalog.
life history of the slabrock darter, Etheostoma smithi, in Ferguson Creek, Kentucky
Lawrence M. Page
by State of Illinois, Dept. of Registration and Education, Natural History Survey Division in Urbana, Ill
Written in English
|Statement||Lawrence M. Page, Brooks M. Burr.|
|Series||Biological notes -- no. 99|
|Contributions||Burr, Brooks M., Illinois. Natural History Survey Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
J.H. BandoliBrood defense and filial cannibalism in the spottail darter, (Etheostoma squamiceps): the effects of parental status and prior experience. Behav. Ecol. B.M. BurrThe life history of the slabrock darter, Etheostoma smithi, in Ferguson Creek, Kentucky. Ill. Natl. Hist. Surv. Biol. Notes, 99 (1–12) (). A comparative morphology study of female genital papillae in Etheostoma was conducted, including an examination of the evolution of these structures using four phylogenetic hypotheses. Fourteen characters were used to describe the variation in papilla morphology throughout Etheostoma. Examining papillae, developing descriptive terminology, and.
Page, L. M. The life history of the spottail darter, Etheostoma squamiceps, in Big Creek, Illinois, and Ferguson Creek, Kentucky. Illinois Natural History Survey Biological Notes No. 20 p. Page, L. M. Aquatic Malacostraca recorded for Illinois, with . TAJHS 7 Natural History Survey %0 0oU /i /Libnry FINAL REPORT STATUS SURVEYS OF THE CROWN DARTER (ETHEOSTOMA CORONA) AND THE LOLLYPOP DARTER (ETHEOSTOMA NEOPTERUM) IN THE CYPRESS CREEK AND SHOAL CREEK SYSTEMS OF TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA, AND THE EGG-MIMIC DARTER (ETHEOSTOMA PSEUDOVULATUM) IN THE DUCK .
identified as spottail darter (Etheostoma squamiceps), which occurs in southeastern Illi- nois, Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee (Braasch and Mayden, ; Page et al., ). Page () and Poly and Wilson () reported ecological and life history information. Barcheek darter species are restricted to rocky headwater streams containing suitable “slab-rock” pool spawning habitats and both niche conservatism and sexual selection have been hypothesized to be important in the history of diversification in the clade (Page and Schemske ; Porter et al. ). Barcheek darters are also noted for the.
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Synopsis. Etheostoma swaini, the gulf darter, was collected from the Black Creek drainage in southern Mississippi (February — April ).The gulf darter generally inhabits small- to moderate-size creeks and occurs over a sand or sandy mud bottom, often in association with aquatic vegetation or a layer of organic debris.
The slabrock darter (Etheostoma smithi) is a species of darter endemic to the eastern United States. It occurs in the drainages of the lower Cumberland River and the lower Tennessee River in the states of Kentucky and Tennessee. Kentucky Darter. Etheostoma rafinesquei. Lake Chubsucker.
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Full text of "The life histories of Etheostoma olivaceum and Etheostoma striatulum, two species of darters in central Tennessee". COPEIA,NO. 2 mortality occurring in early fall. Page () predicted a maximum life span of two or three years for this species, but Hill () indicated.
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of the rivers of Kentucky, with lists of the fishes obtained. Bull. Fish Comm. ILLINOIS NATURAL HISTORY SURVEY, URBANA, ILLINOIS Accepted 21 March Copeia, (4), pp. Behavior of an Unobservable Species: Diet Selection by.
Synopsis. The life history of Etheostoma caeruleum was studied from collections made between September and July in Bayou Sara, a lower Mississippi River tributary. The principal habitat of rainbow darters was shallow gravel riffles or runs over firm substrates.
In Bayou Sara, the reproductive season extended from late March through April and possibly into June. Buy The life history of the slabrock darter: Etheostoma smithi, in Ferguson Creek, Kentucky (Biological notes - Illinois Natural History Survey) by Lawrence M Page (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Lawrence M Page. Inhabit rocky pools of headwaters, creeks and small rivers, and rocky margins of medium-sized rivers and impoundments (Ref. ); also found in streams (Ref. ).Adults feed on midge, mayfly, and immature caddisfly, with copepods and other microcrustaceans (Ref.
).Eggs are found clustered on underside of stone and guarded by males (Ref. Burr, B.M. & Page, L.M., () The life history of the least darter, Etheostoma microperca, in the Iroquois River, Illinois. Illinois Natural History Survey Biological Notes1 – Google Scholar.
The Slabrock Darter is found in the lower Cumberland and Tennessee river drainages. As the common name suggest, Slabrock Darters are found over slab rocks and bedrock in pools of creeks and small rivers. As with other members of the Barcheek Darter group, the Slabrock Darter has a .Specimens of larval to early juvenile Etheostoma smithi from Ferguson Creek, Kentucky, are described with emphasis on meristic, morphometric, and pigment characteristics.
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