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December 2007 Fishes, Hydrology, and Ecology of the Klamath River Basin * The*Klamath*River*basin*in*southern*Oregon*and*northern*California*is*the*focus*of* a prominent conflict over competing uses for water in the American West.
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The Ecology of Coral Reef Fishes Modified in May 2003 for QUEST by Leon E. Hallacher University of Hawaii at Hilo Introduction One of the first things that catches the attention of a diver entering the warm waters of the coral reef is the phenomenal diversity, abundance, and beauty of fishes ...
Page Theme I: Getting to Know Fishes 6 Activity 1 Something Fishy There are lots of fishes in the sea, but not all that swims is a fish. Learn what it takes to be a fish and find out why animals such as octopi or dolphins don't fit the bill.
1 September, 1958 Revised February, 1975 Revised October, 1982 Revised October, 1991 Revised October, 2002 NAMES OF MICHIGAN FISHES *This*list*of*names*for*the*fishes*of*Michigan*has*been*prepared*by*Dr.*Reeve*M.* Bailey ,*Curator*Emeritus*of*Fishes,*and*Dr.*Gerald*R.*Smith,*Curator*of*Fishes ...
1 FishTraits: A Database of Ecological and Life-history Traits of Freshwater Fishes of the United States Emmanuel A. Frimpong 1* and Paul L. Angermeier 1,2 1 Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA 2 U.S ...
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CLASS: A GNAT HA JAWLESS FISHES includes the living forms LAMPREYS and HAGFISHES, and several extinct forms The jawless fish (supraclass Agnatha; a = without, gnathos = jaws) include the extinct ostracoderms and the living lamprey eels and hagfishes.