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ecological study of four darters of the genus Percina (Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois
David Laurence Thomas
by State of Illinois, Dept. of Registration and Education, Natural History Survey Division in Urbana, Ill
Written in English
|Statement||by David L. Thomas.|
|Series||Biological notes -- no. 70|
|Contributions||Illinois. Natural History Survey Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
Knowledge of the early life stages of fishes is crucial for the effective monitoring and management of fish populations and habitats, and the evaluation of environmental impacts and recovery of endangered species. Unfortunately, the proper identification of targeted species has stunted the development of the field. Now a series has emerged that stands as the leading resource on the. contains the species of the genus Percina. Some of the largest darters (including the logperch) are in this group. Several are colorful, others not, and species in this group occur from sand darter habitat to fast-running riffles, depending on the species. The third group is the largest and.
Percina brucethompsoni is included in the darter subgenus Swainia. Unlike the other darters discussed, the Ouachita darter is a robust, medium-sized species (less than 10 cm) of Percina and has a long head and snout. If measured, the snout length goes into the head length times or less while the head length will go into the standard length. The genus Percina includes darters with modified midventral scales. Both Ammocrypta and Crystallaria were reassigned subgeneric ranking in the genus Ammocrypta based on their elongated shape, single anal spine, translucent flesh, and their peculiar behavior of burying themselves in the sand. All remaining darters were placed in the genus.
Studies of most darters indicate, however, that many of these species are darter, Percina sciera (Page and Smith, ); slenderhead darter, P. phoxo- An ecological study of four darters of the genus Percina (Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois. Ill. Nat. Hist. Surv. Biol. Notes No. 18 p. INTRODUCTION The breeding fidelity of the orangethroat darter, Eth- eostoma spectabile (Agassiz), has long been ques- tioned. Distler (), in a review of the literature, cited reports of natural hybridization between E. spec- tabile and E. radiosum, E. whipplei, E. caeruleum and Percina .
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AN ECOLOGICAL STUDY OF FOUR DARTERS OF THE GENUS PERCINA (PERCIDAE) IN THE KASKASKIA RIVER, ILLINOIS REPRODCCTION OF DARTERS of the genus Percina has been studied and reported on by Reighard (), Petravicz (), Winn (, a, b), New (), Page & Smith (), and others.
These and other studies, such as those of Karr (), were. Get this from a library. An ecological study of four darters of the genus Percina (Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois. [David L Thomas; Illinois.
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Illinois Natural History Survey, Biological Notes Illinois Natural History Survey, Biological Notes An ecological study of four darter species of the genus percina (Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois."Illinois Natural History Survey, Biological Notes Trautman, M.B.
A natural hybrid catfish, Schilbeodes miurus x Schilbeodes mollis. The life history of the slenderhead darter, Percina phoxocephala, in the Embarras River, Illinois / Article (PDF Available) studies, the two species were generally found occupying.
letic group (Percina caprodes species clade) within the mono-phyletic genus Percina (Page ; Near ), a fact we exploited in selecting outgroup species for our analyses (Ap-pendix). Darters are classiﬁed in Percidae, and along with Moronidae and Centrarchidae are grouped in Perciformes (Nelson ).
We included nine other darter. Part of the Developments in environmental biology of fishes book series (DEBF, volume 4) Synopsis. Darters feed on small benthic organisms, primarily insects, and evolutionarily have become increasingly small and benthic; most species are less than 80mm in standard length.
An ecological study of four darters of the genus Percina (Percidae. Synopsis. Specimens of Percina palmaris from tributaries of the Tallapoosa River were examined for food, reproductive biology, age, and growth. Individuals were largely restricted to riffle areas with fast current and rubblegravel substrate where fish density was higher than that reported for other species of other species were commonly taken with P.
palmaris in its preferred habitat. Percina synonyms, Percina pronunciation, Percina translation, English dictionary definition of Percina. Noun 1. Percina - a genus of Percidae genus Percina fish genus - any of various genus of fish family Percidae, Percidae - active freshwater fishes; true.
Food of logperch (Percina caprodes), and brook silverside (Labidesthes sicculus), in a new and old Ozark reservoir. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 97(3) Page, L.M. Natural darter hybrids: Etheostoma gracile X Percina maculata, Percina caprodes X Percina maculata, and Percina phoxocephala X Percina maculata.
Southwestern Naturalist 21(2. An ecological study of four darters of the genus Percina (Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois. Illinois Natural History Survey. Biological Notes Trautman, M. The fishes of Ohio. Second edition. Ohio State Univ. Press, Columbus. Abstract Citation: Carman, S.M.
Special Animal Abstract for Percina shumardi (River. An ecological study of four darter species of the genus Percina (Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois. Illinois Natural History Survey, Biological Notes.
Percina is the second largest genus (40 spe-cies) of darters. Phenetic analyses of external morphological characters have been used to classify species of Percina into nine subgenera (Page, ).
Despite many shared ecological and morphological features, darter life histories vary among species and covary with phylogeny (Bart and Page ). Members of the an cestral genera Crystallaria (monotypic) and Percina (c.
38 species) tend to be larger, more fecund, and have smaller eggs than genus Etheostoma (c. species). Within. In this study, we describe the morphological diversity of darter fishes with a focus on characters of the skull that have been linked to feeding ecology in other perciform species, particularly prey type and capture method.
In addition, we identify several instances of morphological and apparent ecological convergence among darter species. Thomas, D.L. An ecological study of four darter species of genus Percina (Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois.
Ill. Nat. Hist. Surv. Biol. Notes Thompson, B.A. An analysis of sympatric populations of two closely related species of Percina, with notes on food habits of the subgenus Imostoma.
ASB Bull. An Ecological Study of Four Darters of the Genus Percina (Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois: Author(s): Thomas, David L. Subject(s): Habitat Distribution Reproduction Food: Geographic Coverage: Kankakee River- Illinois: Issue Date: Publisher: Illinois Natural History Survey, Prairie Research Institute, University of Illinois.
Scott M. Reid, Leon M. Carl, Jason Lean, Influence of riffle characteristics, surficial geology, and natural barriers on the distribution of the channel darter, Percina copelandi, in the Lake Ontario basin, Environmental Biology of Fishes, /sx, 72, 3, (), ().
The River Darter (Percina shumardi) is a native, rarely sampled fish that has been detected in relatively small numbers since the s. It has a wide North American distribution, but little is known about the species biology and distribution across the Canadian portion of its range.
We revisited many historic sampling locations and sampled additional areas to (i) confirm and update the.
An ecological study of four darters of the genus Percina (Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois. Range expansions and new drainage records for select Illinois fishes Population differences and life history of Emerald Darter, Etheostoma baileyi (Pisces: Percidae).
INHS BN Lactate Dehydrogenase Isozymes of Darters and the Inclusiveness of the Genus Percina $ Authors: Page, L.M. and G.S. Whitt ; 7 pages. Quantity INHS BN An Ecological Study of the Four Darters of the Genus Percina (Percidae) in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois $ Author: Thomas, D.L. ; 18 pages.
Quantity.Identification: The body of the River Darter Percina shumardi is elongate and slightly compressed laterally. The back is brown to olive brown in color with lighter sides and a white belly.
The snout is curved downwards and short. The mouth is slightly slanted and jaw protrudes past the eyes. River Darters are distinguished by saddle marks.Thomas, D.L. An Ecological Study Of Four Darters Of The Genus Percina (Percidae) In The Kaskaskia River, Illinois.
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