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Taxonomy and ecology of the inconnu, Stenodus leucichthys nelma, in Alaska
Kenneth T. Alt
in [College, Alaska]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 57-61.
|Statement||by Kenneth T. Alt.|
|Series||Biological papers of the University of Alaska, no. 12|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .A258 no. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 63 p.|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||72631287|
Stenodus leucichthys - (Guldenstadt, ) Inconnu Taxonomic Status: Accepted Related ITIS Name(s): Stenodus leucichthys (Güldenstädt, ) (TSN ) French Common Names: inconnu, sténode blanc Unique Identifier: ELEMENT_GLOBAL Element Code: AFCHA Informal Taxonomy: Animals, Vertebrates - Fishes - Bony Fishes - Salmon and. Bibliography on the Marine Fishes of Arctic Canada Brian W. Coad1 and James D. Reist2 1. Canadian Museum of Nature Ottawa, ON K1P 6P4 [email protected] 2. Fisheries and Oceans Canada University Crescent Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N6.
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Get this from a library. Taxonomy and ecology of the inconnu, Stenodus leucichthys nelma, in Alaska. [Kenneth T Alt] -- Study of taxonomy, basic biology, and ecology with emphasis on determining the systematic relationship between the inconnu (Stenodus leucichthys nelma) of Alaska (eastcentral and northwest)and the.
Buy Taxonomy and Ecology of the Inconnu, Stenodus Leucichthys Nelma, in Alaska on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Systematics. Alternatively, the name Stenodus leucichtys has been used in a broader sense, referring to a widespread species composed of two subspecies.
In addition to the landlocked subspecies Stenodus leucichthys leucichthys, it comprises the nelma, Stenodus leucichthys nelma (Pallas, ) which lives in Eurasian and North American rivers of the Arctic : Salmonidae. Buy Taxonomy and ecology of the inconnu, Stenodus leucichthys nelma, in Alaska, (Biological papers of the University of Alaska, no.
12) by Alt, Kenneth T (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Kenneth T Alt. Taxonomy and Ecology of the Inconnu, Stenodus Leucichthys Nelma, in Alaska. By Kenneth T. Alt. the inconnu in Alaska is designated as Stenodus leufifhthys nelma (Pallas).
For arctic fish, the inconnu exhibits a rapid growth rate. Growth rates for males and females are similar, but females live longer than : Kenneth T.
Alt. Figu•tE Hybrids of Stenodus leucichthys nelma X Coregonus pidschian taken in Chatanika River, Alaska. Photo of upper two fish taken immediately after capture. Breeding tubercles became more ap- parent on middle fish after it had been in formalin.
The three specimens, from top to bottom, correspond with Numbers 1, 2, and 3 in Table 1. Issue Stenodus nelma (Pallas, ) is a valid species according to Kottelat and Freyhof ( Ref.
).The corresponding species summary page will be created in the future. Environment: milieu / climate zone / depth range / distribution range Ecology. acteristics of the Inconnu (Stenodus leucichthys leucichthys).
This is a Caspian Sea endemic species of the family Salmonidae, listed as Extinct in the Wild in IUCN’s Red Data Book due to restricted access to spawning grounds, dam construction, illegal fishing, and environmental pol-lution.
This valuable species has considerable ecological. Samaneh Poursaeid & Bahram Falahatkar aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology, pp.
Vol Issue 1 – 15 January Abstract This paper introduces the ecological and biological characteristics of the Inconnu (Stenodus leucichthys leucichthys). This is a Caspian Sea endemic species of the family Salmonidae, listed as Extinct in.
Nomenclatura valida come Stenodus nelma (Pallas ), vedere Kottelat & Freyhof Località tipo - Grandi fiumi della Siberia, Russia. Tipo - Nessun esemplare noto. Stenodus leucichthys nelma (Pallas, ). Reise durch verschiedene Provinzen des russischen Reiches. Inconnu Stenodus leucichthys are a large, long-lived, piscivorous whitefish harvested in subsistence and sport fisheries in Alaska.
In the Kotzebue region of northwestern Alaska, Inconnu are one. Inconnu Stenodus leucichthys is a large, long-lived piscivorous whitefish found in the Arctic and subarctic waters of Alaska.
In the Kotzebue region of northwestern Alaska, Inconnu is one of the most important fishes harvested for subsistence purposes. With ongoing climate change, it is important to understand how a changing environment will affect Inconnu habitat use.
Stenodus leucichthys Name Synonyms Salmo leucichthys Güldenstädt, Salmo mackenzii Richardson, Morrow, J.E. () The freshwater fishes of Alaska.: University of. B.C. Animal Resources Ecology Library. A radiotelemetry study conducted during ‐ in the Kuskokwim River drainage in Alaska expands our understanding of Inconnu Stenodus leucichthys life history strategies.
Taxonomy and Ecology of the Inconnu, Stenodus Leucichthys Nelma, in Alaska - by Kenneth T. Alt A Arte da Sedução (Portuguese Edition) - by Nelma Penteado Reflections of the Heart - by Nelma Moore. Nelma (Stenodus leucichthys nelma) – semi-anadromous and freshwater fish of the whitefish family (Coregoninae).It is abundant in the Arctic Ocean Basin.
The length is cm and weight of 50 kg. The mouth and scales are large, silvery flanks. It begins migrating for spawning early, under the ice, and continues to spawn through the summer. Multilingual Dictionary of Fish and Fish Products Fifth Edition (). 5e Edition by OECD. INCONNU FIN: Nelma GER: Weisslachs POL: Białorybica nelma RUS: Нельма, белорыбица INCONNU Stenodus leucichthys nelma (Freshwater – N.
America) (Eaux douces – Ame ́rique du Belonging to the family us leucichthys nelma. Taxonomy and ecology of the inconnu, Stenodus leucichthys nelma, in Alaska.
Biological Papers of the University of Alaska 63 pp. Barton, D.R. Benthic macroinvertebrate communities of the Athabasca River near Fort Mackay, Alberta. Hydrobiologia – Available in the National Library of Australia collection.
Author: Middaugh, Douglas P; Format: Book, Microform; p. Stenodus leucichthys in Catalog of Fishes, Eschmeyer, W.N., Fricke, R. & van der Laan, R. (eds.) Catalog of Fishes electronic version. Stenodus leucichthys - Taxon details on Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS).
IUCN: Stenodus leucichthys (Extinct in. The distribution of Stenodus in Great Slave Lake, and in northern North America is outlined. The rate of growth was determined from an examination of scale samples from fish, and it was found that the inconnu has a rapid growth rate, even in this highly oligotrophic lake.Alt, K.T.
Taxonomy and ecology of the inconnu (Stenodus leucichthys nelma) in Alaska. Biological Papers of the University of Alaska Alt, K.T. A life history study of sheefish and whitefish in Alaska. Job R-ll-C. Movements, age and growth, spawning ecology, population dynamics, and utilization of sheefish in.Ecology.
In Lake Superior, the pygmy whitefish spawns during November and December at depths of 31 to 46 metres ( to ft). Females lay an average of orange eggs, with a diameter of millimetres ( in). Elsewhere, the pygmy whitefish migrates upstream to spawn, usually spawning in November or December in gravelly streams.