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taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of the Oxudercine gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae)

Edward O. Murdy

taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of the Oxudercine gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae)

by Edward O. Murdy

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Published by Australian Museum in [Sydney] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gobiidae -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 77-80).

    StatementEdward O. Murdy.
    SeriesRecords of the Australian Museum -- 11
    ContributionsAustralian Museum.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination93 p. :
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18567663M
    ISBN 10073056374X

    The paper is entitled A Taxonomic Revision and Cladistic Analysis of the Oxudercine Gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae). * Almost 10 years later again, and Ed Murdy is Director of the Tokyo Regional Office of National Science Foundation. I asked him why he had chosen Zappa as the name of the new genus. He replied, succinctly. Cantor, Theodore. General features of Chusan, with remarks on the flora and fauna of that island. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Including Zoology, Botany and Geology, Being a Continuation of the 'Magazine of Botany and Zoology', and of Louden and Charlesworth's 'Magazine of .

    A taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of the Oxudercine gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae). Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement ; Thomson, J. M. The Mugilidae of the world. Murdy E.O., – A Taxonomic Revision and Cladistic Analysis of the Oxudercine Gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae) – Records of the Australian Museum Suppl. N° 1– Murdy E.O., Takita T., – Periophthalmus spilotus, a new species of mudskipper from Sumatra (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae) – Ichthyological Research, 46 (4): –

    Five specimens of a threatened goby, Apocryptodon punctatus (– mm in standard length), were collected at a mudflat site of Kushima City, Miyazaki Prefecture, Kyushu, southern Japan over two seasons, autumn (September ) and spring (April ). A review of distributional records of A. punctatus revealed that this population represents the southernmost record of the species in Cited by: 1. Morfologia. Os machos podem atingir 6,7 cm de comprimento total. [4] [5]Habitat. É um peixe de clima subtropical e demersal. [4]Distribuição geográfica. É encontrado no Japão e Coreia do Sul. [4] [6]Observações. É inofensivo para os humanos. [4]ReferênciasClasse: Actinopterygii.


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Taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of the Oxudercine gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae) by Edward O. Murdy Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Taxonomic Revision and Cladistic Analysis of the Oxudercine Gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae) Article (PDF Available) in Records of the Australian Museum Supplement 11 · August with Reads. Get this from a library. A taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of the oxudercine gobies (Gobiidae, Oxudercinae).

[Edward O Murdy]. The mudskipper pectoral fin differs from most actinopterygian fishes in that the radials of the mudskipper pectoral fin are elongate and protrude from the body wall.

This unusual morphology creates a pectoral fin with two fin segments (the radials and the rays) and two movable hinge joints: a 'shoulder' joint where the cleithrum meets the radials and an 'intra-fin' joint where the radials meet Class: Actinopterygii.

A Taxonomic Revision and Cladistic Analysis of the Oxudercine Gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae) EDW ARD O. MURDY' Postdoctoral Fellow Division of Fishes, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.e.

USA I Present Address: Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, Department of State. Zappa confluentus, the New Guinea slender mudskipper, endemic to New Guinea where it is only known from the lower parts of the Fly, Ramu and Bintuni Rivers. It is found on mudflats adjacent to turbid rivers.

This species can reach a length of centimetres ( in) blogorazzia.com: Oxudercidae. Murdy, E.O., A taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of the oxudercine gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae). Rec. Aust. Mus., Suppl. (Ref. An intertidal species (Ref. ) found on sand and mud flats along bay blogorazzia.com in estuarine areas, swamps, marshy areas and on tidal mud flats (Ref.

).Also found in the freshwater tidal zone (Ref. ).Actively shuttling back and forth between rock pools and air (Ref. ).Feeds on algae and harpacticoids, chromodorids and nematodes (Ref. The status of valid species and distributional range of mudskippers (oxudercine gobies) in Indonesian waters are reviewed here.

There are 24 species of mudskippers recently recorded. Periophthalmus gracilis Male picture by Polgar, G. A taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of the oxudercine gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae). Rec. Aust. Mus., Suppl. (Ref. Sign our Guest Book.

Back to Search. Random Species. Back to Top. Inhabits brackish water of estuaries and freshwater tidal zone. Occurs in burrows and is often found on mudflats in extremely shallow water where it browses on algae (Ref. ).Feeds on algae and harpacticoids (Ref.

).An intertidal and amphibious air-breather that actively shuttles back and forth between rock pools and air (Ref. Jun 26,  · Most of the studies nowadays concentrate on the behavior and ecology of oxudercinae gobies (Khaironizam, ); taxonomic and cladistic of the oxudercine gobies (Murdy, ); and the nitrogen excretion of mudskipper in water and on land, the growth of mudskipper, habitat of mudskipper and osmoregulation system among this species (Clayton, )/5(8).

Mar 01,  · Book Reviews; Published E.O. () A taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of the oxudercine gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae). Rec. Aust. Mus., suppl. 11, 93 pp. Pethiyagoda R.R () [Review of] Indochinese nemacheilines: a revision of nemacheiline loaches (Pisces, Cypriniformes) of Thailand, Burma, Laos, Cambodia and southern Cited by: 2.

An intertidal and amphibious air-breather (Ref. ) which inhabits brackish mangrove and nipa palm areas, sometimes enters the lower reaches of freshwater streams (Ref.

).Occurs in the margin of estuaries and tidal creeks (Ref. ).Actively shuttling back and forth between rock pools and air (Ref. Jun 20,  · Amphibious air-breather (Ref. ) that spends most of its time out of the water; able to meet its oxygen requirements as long as it stays blogorazzia.comlly resting on mud, rocks, or mangrove roots with their tails dipped in the water.

Active at low tide and hunt in the intertidal zone for invertebrates; feeds on worms, crustaceans, and insects as well as polychaetes living on or near surface. Gobies live only in the sea, but mudskippers live both on land and in water. They have made many adaptations to live on the land.

These include: Anatomical (body) and behavioral adaptations let them move better on land and water. These fish use their fins to move around in skips. This gives them their name, "mudskipper".Class: Actinopterygii. Jun 01,  · Indonesian and Malaysian tidal flats along the Straits of Malacca were surveyed to determine the distributions of oxudercine gobies and their habitat conditions.

Eight species from Penang Island and Selangor, Malaysia, and 12 species from Tebing Tinggi and Bengkalis Islands, Sumatra, were collected, including 2 species that had not been previously known to occur in these areas. Depending Cited by: Distinguished by the following characteristics: 3 or 4 vertical, narrow, brown bars along the sides; predorsal scales (Ref.

A cladistic analysis of subfamilial relationships in the Chrysomelidae sensu lato (Chrysomeloidea) Author Reid C.A.M.

Editor Pakaluk, J. and Slipinski, S.A. Year Publication Type Book Chapter Publisher Muzeum i Instytut Zoologii PAN Book Title Biology, phylogeny and classification of Coleoptera: papers celebrating the 80th birthday of Roy. History of Gobioid Classification. By: James L. Van Tassell.

InLinnaeus recognized one genus (Gobius) with seven species. This was increased to seven genera in by Lacepède, eleven genera in by Bloch and Schneider, twenty-three genera by Günther in b, and ninety-nine genera by Bleeker in Global Biodiversity Information Facility.

Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Discover Life's page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of Periophthalmus kalolo - Common Mudskipper -- Discover Life.Book Title The Mammals of Australia, 3rd edition Number of pages Images False Publisher A taxonomic revision and cladistic analysis of the oxudercine gobies (Gobiidae: Oxudercinae) AM Journal Article.

A systematic revision of the deep-sea subfamily Lipomerinae of the .Issue Eschmeyer (CofF ver. Sep. Ref. ) recognizes Periophthalmus cantonensis (Osbeck, ) as valid on the basis of Cyprinus ccantonensis Osbeck, after several publications posterior to Murdy ( Ref.

) but without mentioning the later author that we follow here, The original description must be re-assessed as there is few chances that it is a Gobiidae.